Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Mahrashtra Government proposes to regularise Ulhasnagar buildings

Maharashtra Government has recommended an ordinance to regularlised illegal buidlings in Ulhasnagar. It is a move in the right direction.

As long as a system is in place and functioning, common people follow them. It is in the absence of such a system, that people misinterprete rules and regulations and then problems arises, sooner and later. This is what was happening in Ulhasnagar. Government proposes now to put a system in place to check the unplanned growth of Ulhasnagar. This should have been done long time ago. But okay, better late than never. I hope this ordinance is approved by the Governor of Maharashtra and promulgated soon. I also hope that Bombay High Court will take a considerate view about this.

This has come too late for the Narang family, whose Laxmi Ganga Niwas, is now demolished.

Read the full story here .

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