BJP chief Kirit Somaiya demanded an audit into unlawful structures in Mumbai days after the Noida Supertech Twin Towers were demolished for violating constructing norms.
BJP chief Kirit Somaiya (File photograph)
BJP chief Kirit Somaiya on Tuesday wrote a letter to Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis tense an audit into unlawful structures in Mumbai. This comes after the demolition of the Noida Supertech Twin Towers for violating constructing norms.
Somaiya talked about there are several unlawful structures in the city which either have not any occupation certificate (OC) or are supreme following it partly. He requested the chief minister to habits a extraordinary audit into such structures.
He added that moral flat investors must still be protected and notable action must be taken against execrable Brihanmumbai Municipal Company (BMC) officials and builders.
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ADARSH SOCIETY CASE IN MUMBAI
The Adarsh Society in Mumbai is one constructing that has remained in the highlight for years. In 2010, the then chief minister Ashok Chavan resigned from his post following the controversy surrounding the trend. The 31-storey constructing turn into as soon as constructed for the welfare of war widows in the plush device of Colaba in South Mumbai.
Because the scam broke, it turn into as soon as alleged that several politicians, bureaucrats and military officials had conspired and zigzag the principles to gather flat bookings for themselves in the society at below market rates. The scam turn into as soon as unearthed in November 2010.
In 2011, a two-member judicial commissioner turn into as soon as made to survey into the topic by the bellow authorities. In 2012, the Extra chief secretary of the UDD (Urban Pattern Division) truly helpful the Adarsh price that the MMRDA (Mumbai Metropolitan Location Pattern Authority) issued an OC to the society despite the incontrovertible truth that the UDD had apprehensions about it.
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The price then submitted its file in April 2013 after deposing 182 witnesses. The file highlighted unlawful allotments and purchases made by proxy. Lots of gargantuan names, including Ashok Chavan were indicted.
CAN ADARSH SOCIETY GO THE TWIN TOWER WAY?
In 2016, the Bombay High Court docket ordered the constructing’s demolition because it violated the principles. Nevertheless, in 2018, the Supreme Court docket stayed the demolition after an enchantment by the society.
The Indian Military then took over the constructing pending appeals. Efforts are now on to regularise the constructing.
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