NEW DELHI: Officials said on Friday that more than 87,000 people have signed up for the PM-UDAY programme,
which aims to give or recognise ownership rights to people who live in unapproved colonies in Delhi. The deadline to sign up for the programme is October 22.
They also said that more than 4 lakh people have signed up on the portal.
The Delhi Development Authority is in charge of running the Pradhan Mantri –
Unauthorized Colony in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojna (PM-UDAY) scheme (DDA).
The statement also said that 30,717 of the 87,275 applications
had been dealt with as of the date of the statement.
The Delhi Development Authority is in charge of running the Pradhan Mantri – Unauthorized Colony in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojna (PM-UDAY) scheme ().
The whole plan is run through an online application portal called PM-UDAY.
From Friday night until Monday night,
the portal will be closed for maintenance.
“As of October 22, 2021, about 4,37,255 people had signed up for
the portal and 87,275 people had sent in applications. So far, 30,717 out of 87,275 applications
(10,650 CD/AS issued) have been dealt with “what was being said.
It said that the portal’s capacity is being increased so that stakeholders have a
smooth experience and services are given on time.
The PM-UDAY online application portal, website, and mobile app will be unavailable
from 8 p.m. on Friday, October 29, until 8pm on Monday, November 1,
for maintenance, the DDA said in a statement.
This is to improve the user experience and make things work better.
It also said that DDA’s other online public services, like its website,
conversion, mutation, and so on, will continue as usual.
NEW DELHI: So far, under PM-UDAY, 7,576
families have been given ownership rights to
their homes in undeveloped, unauthorized colonies in the national capital. This was
announced in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday by Kaushal Kishore,
who works for the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs.
The minister told the Upper House of Parliament that 7,576 conveyance deeds
and authorization slips had been given to
people living in Delhi’s illegal colonies.
The BJP-led Central government started the PM-UDAY or Pradhan Mantri Unauthorized
Colonies in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojana scheme in October 2019.
The National Capital Territory of Delhi (Recognition of Property Rights of Residents
in Unauthorized Colonies) Act, 2019, was
passed by the Centre in December 2019 to
give residents of unauthorized colonies the right to own property.
Residents of the national capital have been waiting for this plan for a long time.
It will give residents of 1,731 recognised unauthorized colonies across the national capital the right to own their homes.
In an official statement, the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs said,
“The scheme allows registration of properties at nominal rates by recognising a
General Power of Attorney (GPA), a Will, an Agreement to Sell, a Possession Letter, and any other documents
that show payment of consideration and are
held by residents of unauthorized colonies.”
Hardeep Singh Puri, the Union Minister for Urban Development, said on July 18 that
more than 4 lakh people have signed up for the PM-Unauthorized Colony in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojana A. (PM-UDAY).
The nodal agency for the scheme is the pm uday scheme,
which is the government agency in the capital city that owns land.