A quick look at the status of the Pradhan Mantri – Unauthorized Colony in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojna’s initiatives in these areas.
On Wednesday, Parliament passed the National Capital Territory of Delhi Laws (Special Provisions) Second (Amendment) Bill, 2021, which would exempt around 1,700 illegal colonies in Delhi from penalty for the next three years. At stake for the success of a political party in contested elections in the nation’s capital are voters in unofficial colonies.
This bill will delay the implementation of measures such as demolition and sealing for illegal construction against 1,731 recognised unauthorized colonies until December 2023.
This bill, which the Rajya Sabha had previously passed on February 9, was comfortably passed by the Lok Sabha on Wednesday. Uday D. Datto, Prime Minister
The law would delay the closure of unrecognized colonies till December 31, 2023, as stated in the Lok Sabha by Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Housing and Urban Affairs.
Ordinances and laws in 2007, 2009, 2014, and 2017 increased these protections further.
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Adesh Gupta, leader of the BJP’s Delhi unit, has said that this is a great relief for the residents of these colonies.
We applaud Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s efforts as leader to shepherd this bill through the legislature. He also noted that the much-needed break had been granted to those living in unofficial communities. Pm uday yojana
Aam Aadmi Party members have spoken out in favour of the protection extension, but they have also called for the colonies to be given legal status.
No matter how much we value the expansion, it is critical that colonies be formalised. AAP spokesman Durgesh Pathak said, “the BJP vowed to fulfil it and is now backing from it.”
Unrecognized colonial areas in Delhi are typically a focal point of national elections.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), and the Congress Party are the three main political parties vying for votes this election.
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The proposed budget for the city of Delhi for 2021-22 was presented on Tuesday, and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia recommended investing Rs 1,550 crore for development activities in unauthorised colonies.
Sisodia further claimed that construction was complete or in progress in 1,345 of the 1,797 illegal settlements.
Union Cabinet approved a proposal to allow people living in illegal colonies to legally purchase property in 2019. A law was passed by the legislature that allowed people to legally own their houses entirely. Dda pm uday
Residents of illegal settlements in Delhi may apply for house ownership documents under the Pradhan Mantri-Unauthorized Colonies in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojana (PM-UDAY).
The Delhi Development Authority has launched a website where residents of these colonies may register for ownership rights under PM-UDAY. Da de la Atmósfera del Diablo (Uday)