CHANDIGARH: Haryana government, taking yet another step in the interest of Industrialists, for the allottees of ‘Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation’ (HSIIDC) on Friday approved ‘one time settlement scheme’ for payment of outstanding dues for the cost of plot, enhanced cost, maintenance charges and extension charges, which will directly benefit about 300 Industrialists of the State.
HSIIDC, Managing Director, Anurag Agarwal said that a meeting of the Board of Directors of HSIIDC, which was presided over by Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, V.Umashankar gave go ahead to this agenda.
He said that keeping in view the interests of the existing allottees of industrial, residential, group housing, institutional and commercial housing plots of HSIIDC, it has been decided that the allottee shall pay the outstanding cost of his plot, enhanced cost and maintenance charges. If the allottee he has not been able to pay till June 30, 2021 and he is willing to settle the entire outstanding amount in lump sum, then he can avail the benefit till 30 September, 2021.
He said that such willing allottees would get 25 percent rebate in outstanding interest and 100 percent rebate in penal interest. He said that the decision of HSIIDC in all matters regarding this scheme would be final and would not be questioned by any allottee at any stage. He said that if the amount paid as per the scheme is not complete, it will not be refunded but will be adjusted against the default amount.
He said that under the ‘One Time Settlement Scheme’ it has also been decided that this scheme will be applicable to allottees of HSIIDC, Haryana Urban Development Authority (HSVP) and allottees of Industrial Estate transferred from Industries Department. He said that according to the above scheme, the cut-off date for charging interest/delayed interest would be July 30, 2021.