Haryana to hold draw for EWS flats from April 10 onwards

North Gazette News/Chandigarh
Haryana government on Friday announced to conduct draw for EWS flats for BPL applicants in various major cities of the state from April 10 onwards.

A Haryana government spokesperson said that the draw for EWS flats in Sector 36 in Karnal, Sector 32 in Kurukshetra, Sector 11 in Ratia, Sector 77-78 in Faridabad, Sector 12 in Yamuna Nagar, Sector 40-19 in Panipat and Sector 8-9 in Palwal would be held on April 10 at 11 a.m.

“While the draw for EWS flats in Sonepat, Sector-6 in Ratia and Narwana would be held on April 13, 2015 at 11 am,” the spokesperson said.

He said that the list of successful applicants would be prepared by draw of lots subject to eligibility in the office of Housing Board, Panchkula.

“Haryana Housing Board has uploaded details on its website regarding the BPL families of the state who had applied for triple storey flats and invited discrepancies and objections, if any, latest by April 9,” he said.

The registration for triple storey flats for BPL families of the state was floated from August 19, 2014 to October 13, 2014 in Sector 36, Karnal; Sector 32, Kurukshetra; Sector 11, Ratia; Sector 77-78, Faridabad; Sector 12, Yamuna Nagar; Sector 40-19, Panipat; Sector 8-9, Palwal and Sector 9, Palwal.

Similarly, the registration for such flats was floated from July 1, 2014 to August 31, 2014 in Sonepat, Ratia Sector-6 and Narwana. Details of all the registered applicants showing complete particulars of the estate have been uploaded on the website of Housing Board www.hbh.nic.in.

The Details are also available for inspection in the office of the CRO (PM), Housing Board, Panchkula as well as in the office of the Executive Engineer, Housing Board, Panchkula, Karnal, Rohtak, Faridabad and Gurgaon.

He said that the discrepancies and objections be submitted in writing to the Secretary, Housing Board, Panchkula by April 9 where after Housing Board would not be responsible for any error or omission. No objections will be entertained after April 9, he added.