Residents of Khori will be given EWS dwellings in Faridabad after their homes are demolished- Conditions apply
According to the official study, there are around 6157 structures that must be removed. The district government has already turned off the area's electricity and water supplies, which officials claim was also arranged illegally.
After their homes in Faridabad's Khori hamlet are razed, residents will be relocated to EWS flats in the district's Dabua Colony and Bapu Nagar. As the Supreme Court's six-week deadline to clear encroachments from "forest land" in Khori approaches, the Municipal Corporation of Faridabad has drafted a "Policy for Rehabilitation of Khori Jhuggi Dwellers."
Officials in Faridabad, however, have set down a series of requirements for residents who wish to apply for this scheme. To begin, the citizen must have a valid voter ID card from the Badhkal constituency, which includes Khori village. Residents must also have Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam electricity bills (DHBVN). Residents must also meet the financial requirements of having a yearly salary of Rs 3 lakh to qualify for the flats. Families that have obtained or filed for a Haryana family identity card will be given special consideration.
EWS units designated for the purpose, according to officials, will be supplied with all amenities, including electricity, water, and toilets. Residents would be paid Rs 2,000 per month for six months to rent a house elsewhere until these are ready.
Anyone who meets the rehabilitation scheme's eligibility requirements would be granted a flat valued Rs 3,77,300. The Commissioner stated that a lump sum deposit of Rs 17,000 must be made within 15 days of the apartment allotment, followed by a monthly installment of ₹ 2,500 for 15 years.