DDA Housing draw Postponed to Nov 10

DDA Housing draw Postponed to Nov 10

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, October 31, 2014
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Bangalore : The Delhi Development Authority’s housing scheme draws which was predicted to be held on November 5 is delayed and declared to be scheduled on November 10 due to the slowdown of data applications uploading on DDA website.DDA with its biggest housing scheme 2014 offered 25,034 flats across various categories for middle income people and it has received more than 8.5 Lakh applications.

A business man, Raju Kumar after applying for the DDA housing scheme, he is in a state of apprehension from the past two weeks as his apprehension is not about landing a flat in the DDA draw but his application has been endorsed whereas the scheme was closed on October 15th and only few applicants’ details have been uploaded on DDA site. He again said that “I am not sure whether my application has been accepted or not as Till Today, the DDA site says no date can be found. I have submitted my application on October 4th at the bank, which I have financed the Registration sum.”

In many Lakhs of applicants, Kumar is the only one who is in a state of concern. The delay in the status updating of applicants implies there will be no time to amend errors or shortcomings, if any.Finally, DDA has decided to suspend the draw of lots to aid applicants by offering a sufficient time to make amends in application if required.

Balvinder Kumar, DDA vice-chairman said that “while blaming the empanelled banks for the delay, the status of all the applicants would be made available from October 31. “We have offered sufficient time to the empanelled banks till October 30 to put all the required information on the website, so that it will be accessible to every applicant by October 31” Balvinder added. He also said show cause notices have been released to a few banks for delaying the process.

“They were requesting for extension till November 5th however, we have said we will take a severe action in case of delay. Once the information is uploaded, we would inform the applicants to check the information and correct mistakes if there are any. However, changes in selection of flats wouldn’t be allowed”, he said.

Applicants would be given three days to correct the details provided and banks would be given two days to amend the mistakes. “We will postpone our draw if required, but applicants would be given sufficient time to make changes in application if necessary,” he said.

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