DDA to Penalised Flat Allottees who gave Wrong Info
DDA has officially announced that those flat allottees of the mega housing scheme 2014 who gave wrong info will be penalised and will also not refund their Rs 1 lakh or Rs 5,000 application money
“If flat allottees are found to have given wrong information or addresses in applications, we will cancel their allotment,” said Delhi Development Authority Vice-Chairman Balvinder Kumar.
“We will also not refund their Rs 1 lakh or Rs 5,000 application money,” he said.
Following allegations of discrepancies in the result of the draw, the DDA has started scrutinising applications of the allottees of the over 25,000 flats.
“All original applications (totalling over a million) have been sought from all the banks which accepted the forms and these will be scrutinised,” he said.
“We want to find out whether mistakes crept in at the time of the punching in of data or if these were inadvertent mistakes committed by the applicants themselves,” he said.
“Preliminary scrutiny has revealed that in some cases, the successful allottees’ names and father’s names are the same even when their application numbers, address, and PAN are different,” he added.
“After scrutiny if it is found that allottees have deliberately given wrong information, then we will not return the token money,” said Neemo Dhar, director communication of the DDA.