Oustees of Dwarka Expressway threaten to move court against Huda
GURGAON: Residents of New Palam Vihar, whose houses are coming in the way of Dwarka Expressway, protested at Huda office at sector 14 on Wednesday to register their protest over delay in allotment of alternate plots to oustees. Residents also expressed their anger over repeated change of Huda administrator, which affect the rehabilitation process.
MCG Councillor Rishi Raj Rana, who was leading the protest, said, “A year back Punjab and Haryana High Court has directed Huda to give alternate plots to around 400 oustees of New Palam Vihar in sector 110A and urban development body had given affidavit in court claiming that land is free from litigation and promise to give alternate plots by August 2015. But till date they have failed to develop sector 110A and oustees are still waiting for alternate plots.”
Rana said in contrary to the Huda’s claim in HC they realised that land of sector 110A is under litigation. “So we waited. They reduce the size of sector from proposed 70 acre to around 23 acre and supposed to hold draw of lots for allotting plots to oustees. Now there is again some problem and draw was postponed,” said Sharma adding that if Huda failed to allot alternate plots in a month, as promised, then they will file a contempt petition against Huda.
Around 528 houses in New Palam Vihar, Tekchand Nagar and Kedki Daula are coming in the way of the Dwarka Expressway. All these oustees were supposed to be rehabilitated by allotting alternate plots in sector 110A and 37C.