The department of town and nation planning (DTCP) on Monday authorized a 9-member committee of Sare Home inhabitants for collecting electrical power bills from citizens and depositing the identical with Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (DHBVN).
Close to 900 people residing in the society in Sector 92 experienced been pleading with the department and district administration that collection of electricity fees and deposit of charges need to be handed more than to the residents’ welfare affiliation (RWA)as the facility administration appointed by developer was not routinely paying out the bills on behalf of the people.
The DTCP on Monday issued a letter, offering approval to the interim committee comprising 9 users, such as the president of the RWA of distinct phases and a representative from the facility administration company.
RS Bhath, district town planner, said that inhabitants of the modern society have been complaining that even with payment of advance bills owing to pay as you go metres, the money was not being paid out regularly and as a result the buyers ended up facing challenges because of to regular outages and disconnections. “The committee will enable in selection of expenses and payment to the utility,” he explained.
Pravin Malik, president of 1 of the RWAs of Sare Property condominium, stated that the difficulties currently being confronted by people due to non-payment of costs would be resolved now.
Push in opposition to encroachments
In the meantime, in a connected progress, the enforcement team on Monday visited the current market of Malibu Town and taken off the encroachments from the corridors. The enforcement crew also asked the store entrepreneurs to obvious encroachments and explained to them that they would pay a visit to all over again for inspection in a week’s time.
Bhath said that the crew also visited the Nirvana State Property current market and eliminated encroachments. A senior citizen experienced lodged criticism in this matter at CM Window, he claimed.
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