The Haryana Urban Development Authority also sold the plot which did not belong to it in the e-auction four years ago. When the buyer of the plot in the bid started the construction work, he came to know that this place does not belong to HSVP. For four years, in lieu of this, he was demanding a plot at some other place. The HSVP officials first assured of giving the plot, later they were pressurizing to withdraw the payment deposited for the plot.
In July, he met Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala, who had asked the chief administrator of the HSVP to resolve the issue at the earliest. After the intervention of Deputy CM, now HSVP has allotted the plot to him at some other place.
Praveen Kumar, who is working in a company in Manesar, had bought plot number 843 in Sector-6 of Jhajjar in an e-auction held in 2017 by bidding Rs 25.11 lakh. It was a plot of six marlas. After the registry, Praveen Kumar got bricks, sand, gravel, cement, bars placed on the purchase site to build the house in May 2018. When the junior engineer of HSVP was called for spotting, it came to know that the place belongs to IOC.
Instead of accepting their mistake, the officers kept pressurizing them to return the deposited money.
He was making rounds of HSVP officials for the last four years to get the plot. Wrote more than 100 e-mails to various officers of HSVP. From the estate officer of Bahadurgarh to the administrator of HSVP in Rohtak, from the administrator in Chandigarh to the chief administrator. Every time their problem was returned with an assurance of a quick solution. Had given more than 20 reminders on CM Window too. He made the first complaint on CM Window on May 3, 2018. Apart from this, the Union Home Minister, Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister, had also pleaded for justice through social media several times to the Home Minister of the state. HSVP officials said that he should withdraw the entire payment deposited for the plot.