Meeting in Chamber Building: Meeting regarding regularization of buildings constructed years ago in Jharkhand; Building Regularization Bill is the only solution

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A meeting was held in the Chamber building to regularize the buildings constructed years ago in Jharkhand. Rajya Sabha MP Mahua Maji was mainly present. Chamber President Kishor Mantri said that people are frightened by the notices issued earlier by the municipal corporations/bodies related to the order to demolish the buildings constructed years ago in Ranchi and other districts. It is to be known that the buildings constructed years ago in Bada Bazar located at Chandni Chowk / Connaught Place, Kolkata, Delhi have been regularized under the practical policy. The decision to be taken by the state government in this direction will be a revolutionary decision and it will be possible to solve the problems of the people of the state since years ago.

Former president of the chamber Manoj Naredi said that the government will have to think practically in this direction because those who will get it regularised. CREDAI Secretary Alok Saraogi, Architect Association’s Arun Kumar and Sandeep Jha said that the draft bill has been proposed by us only after studying the regularization policy of various states. The government should now initiate a solution without delaying much. Former Chairman Anchal Kinger, Former Chairman Vinay Agrawal said that a large number of people had applied under the regularization scheme of the year 2011, in which crores of rupees are deposited in the corporation today.

Mahua Maji said – will talk to the Chief Minister
Rajya Sabha MP Mahua Maji will hold talks with the departmental officers and the Chief Minister in this matter. He accepted that in view of the concern of the people, it is necessary that the building regularization bill should be brought in the state at the earliest. Because, demolishing buildings built years ago is not a permanent solution to the problem.

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