Chandigarh, July 13 (MNN) With thousands of poor people uprooted from Khori slums in Faridabad district facing an uncertain future, the Haryana government said on Tuesday that it had come up with a rehabilitation scheme wherein they would be EWS flats elsewhere.
Basic facilities like electricity, water and toilets would be provided to them in Economically Weaker Sections flats in Dabua Colony and Bapu Nagar area, Faridabad Municipal Corporation Commissioner Garima Mittal said.
The rehabilitation plan has been prepared for Khori residents and a camp would be held for persons who wish to avail of the rehabilitation scheme, the officer said.
Conditions have been set for rehabilitation scheme — income of applicant family should not exceed Rs three lakh annually; name of family head should be registered in voter lists of Badkhal Assembly constituency in Haryana as on January 1, 2021.
People included in the voter lists of the National Capital Territory of Delhi would not be eligible for the scheme.
The family head should have a family identity card issued by the state of Haryana by January 1, 2021. Any member of the family, male or female, should have an electricity connection issued by the Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam.
Garima said that those found eligible would get EWS flat with all facilities like electricity, water and toilet in a 30 square metre multi-storey building in Dabua and Bapu Nagar area.
Till the time the construction was completed, Rs 2,000 per month would be given to eligible persons for renting houses for six months.
He said that any person who fulfils the criteria would get each flat costing Rs 3,77,500 through monthly installments. While Rs 17,000 would have to be deposited in lump sum within 15 days of allotment, followed by Rs 2,500 monthly installment for 15 years.