DDA allots plots to 750 applicants of Rohini scheme
The long wait ends for the applicants of Rohini 1981 Rohini Residential Scheme, finally the 750 individuals received their plots on 8 August, from the new draw held by Delhi Development Authority (DDA) for allotment of lands.
The total plots allotted were as per the eligibility criteria, out of total 750 plots there were 639 LIG plots and 111 Janta plots have been allotted in the draw. According to the DDA, 82,384 applicants had registered for the scheme, which was launched in 1981.The first draw was held in 1982 and, subsequently, draws were continuously held until 2007.
Up to 2007, 55,169 applicants had been allotted plots while around 25,298 applicants of all categories were waitlisted. Another mega draw was held in 2012 and out of 25,298 waitlisted registrants, 24,668 were allotted plots on June 12 the same year.
DDA official said, “With this draw, all applicants of the 1981 Rohini Residential Scheme have been allotted plots and the scheme now stands closed.”
DDA decided to held the draw after the Supreme Court ordered the authority to allot developed plots to the remaining applicants of the scheme within four months. The court had made it clear to the land-owning agency that the plots have to be developed ones, which means they must have basic amenities such as roads, electricity and water.