Dwarka e-way project oustees up ante against Huda
GURGAON: Hundreds of New Palam Vihar residents, whose houses will be demolished to construct Dwarka expressway, locked down the Huda office at Sector 14 on Thursday to protest against the delay in allotment of alternative plots to them.
The half-an-hour agitation forced Huda estate officer Tarun Pawaria to come out and calm down the protesters. Later, Pawaria took a delegation of protesters to Huda administrator Hardeep Singh for a meeting.
During the two-hour discussion, the administrator assured the protesters that Huda would expedite payment of compensation and give them a six-month time to construct houses at new plots that would be allotted to them. However, the administrator, sources said, didn’t reveal when the project-affected families would get alternative plots.
“The completion of Dwarka expressway tops our list. We are making all efforts to complete the e-way at the earliest,” Hardeep said.
As many as 528 houses at New Palam Vihar, Tekchand Nagar and Kherki Daula will be demolished to construct Dwarka expressway. According to the plan, all the oustees will be rehabilitated by Huda, which will allot alternative plots in Sector 110A and 37C.
The oustees, whose land were acquired under the land-pooling plan for developing Sector 110A alleged Huda changed the layout plan of the sector without informing them.