Peoples Obvious Worries On Policy of Land Pooling

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 In New Delhi, there is a need for clarity about the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) land pooling policy. In January the agency places out its revised summary in the public domain and welcoming objections and suggestions. The policy of draft has received 734 responses and the DDA seized the public hearing.

Many of the Delhi landowners are not obvious about the Land Pooling Policy so the DDA send out their teams to make clear its features to the residents says Vijender Kumar. Some respondents felt that the policy was on the paper so that the DDA should execute the policy at initial. Some bottlenecks are there in the policy which DDA should take away. For five years the policy already late says Vijay Risbud who is the former commissioner of DDA.

The DDA needs to take more energetic part in the land policy development instead of relying on the developers. There should be divide land pool group in DDA and an objection redressal system.

Many of respondents say that the DDA should do left with the plan called the External Development Charges on the landowners. The Risbud says that the EDC is not reasonable. The other respondent of N Srivastava says that on what source the EDC has been decided. There is no charge. Most of the respondents felt that the DDA should permit further mixed-land employ in developed areas below the land pooling policy. The main basis of income is the farming for the landowners and when they provide up their land. But they should have the option income. DDA must permit up to 33 percent commercial use instead of 5 percent says Vijender Kumar.

The DDA says that the current land pooling policy has been promoted basic when compared to the draft in the year 2013. The DDA has been working on different regulations aspects to shorten the accomplishment and implementation of the land pooling policy. The DDA vice-chairman had discussions with a variety of people plus farmers who have been urgent for a long instance to realize the land pooling policy.

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