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No role of private person or middlemen in allotment of flats, clarifies CHB, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate

No role of private person or middlemen in allotment of flats, clarifies CHB, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate
CHANDIGARH: In the wake of a recent case, where a woman had duped many by claiming to be a member of the Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) allotment committee, the board on Friday clarified that the process of allotment of CHB dwelling units is transparent and there is no role of any private person or middlemen in allotment of flats.

Board’s CEO Yashpal Garg said that in the general housing scheme, the applications are invited from general public through public notices in newspapers and on the website of CHB about launch of general housing scheme with its detailed features and eligibility conditions.

Such schemes are widely published and applications remain open for about a month. Thereafter the allotment is done through a computerised draw in a fair and transparent manner. The result of the draw is immediately uploaded on the website of the CHB. There is no scope of any private person or middlemen in allotment of flats, he clarified.

Similarly, under small flats scheme, the eligibility for allotment under the scheme is decided by the estate office, based on some survey and some clear criteria. Thereafter the details of eligible persons are forwarded to the CHB. The allotments are done by the CHB through a computerised draw in a fair and transparent manner. The result of the draw is immediately uploaded on the website of the Chandigarh Housing Board, Garg added.

Likewise in the e-auction and e-tender of properties, the public notice are issued in newspapers and on the website of board about schedule of the e-auction/e-tender. The details of vacant properties with reserve prices is provided on the website of the Chandigarh Housing Board and prospective bidders are allowed to inspect the units on specified days, prior to submission of their bids. On the scheduled day, the e-bids are opened and dwelling units are allotted to Highest Bidders. There is no scope of involvement of any private person, he clarified.

In the oustee scheme, which relates to people whose land has been acquired by the UT administration, the applications are invited about launch of the Oustee Scheme with its detailed features and eligibility conditions. Such schemes are widely published and applications remain open for about a month. Thereafter the allotment is done through a computerized draw in a fair and transparent manner. The result of the draw is immediately uploaded on the website of the CHB, he further added.

Garg appealed to all the citizens not to believe any false promise of getting CHB flats allotted by other means. It is one again clarified that there is no role of any private persons in the process of allotment of dwelling units by the CHB, he clarified.


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