NEW DELHI — According to Union Minister Hardeep Puri on Saturday, over 7,300 homes have been awarded ownership rights, and over 4.1 lakh people have registered for the PM-Unauthorised Colony in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojna (pm uday yojana). On October 29, 2019, PM-UDAY was announced to provide residents of Delhi’s 1,731 illegal colonies ownership rights (UCs).
So far, 4,19,485 people have enrolled under the PM-UDAY programme, and 7,329 homes in Delhi’s illegal colonies have been given ownership rights. Puri, the Minister of Housing and Urban Development, responded with a Hindi tweet.
He also offered a two-part video from the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) that leads people through the online registration procedure.
The registration for this plan is entirely online.
If a person is unable to do it at home, the video suggests that he or she go to the local Common Service Centre (CSC) or phone a registered organisation that has been authorised to assist persons in executing the registration for a fee.
The DDA has been identified as the initiative’s nodal agency, which utilises satellite data from 2015 to delineate the boundaries of these UCs with the help of the Survey of India and the Delhi government’s Revenue Department.
“We made a promise, and we honoured it,” Puri added.
“People living in illegal colonies will no longer have to fear bulldozers. The registration process is rather simple “He said.
Under the proposal, the DDA will evaluate files and award transfer titles for government properties, as well as permission slips for private lands purely for residential use.
Beneficiaries may register these documents at the sub-office.
NEW DELHI: Union minister Hardeep Singh Puri told the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday that 4,731 conveyance deeds and authorisation slips were issued under the Pradhan Mantri Unauthorised Colonies in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojana (PM-UDAY) till February 26.
Puri responded in writing to a question that the Delhi Development Authority received 61,184 applications for the allocation of rights under the scheme on the PM-UDAY site till February 26, of which 23,884 were processed and 12,959 were disposed of.
“As of February 26, 2021, 4,731 conveyance deeds and permission slips have been issued under the Pradhan Mantri – Unauthorized Colonies in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojana (PM-UDAY) Scheme,” Puri added.
Under the idea, those living in unlawful colonies may pursue property ownership rights.
Puri said that the application submission and processing technique is simple, computer-enabled, and online.
In 2019, the Union Cabinet approved a proposal to provide ownership rights to those living in unlawful colonies. Following that, Parliament passed laws granting residents ownership rights.
The Central Government afterwards adopted the PM-UDAY plan, which allows inhabitants of these colonies to seek for land ownership rights pm uday scheme.