A delegation of the three municipal corporations met the Lieutenant-Governor on Monday to demand regularisation of all the 1,639 colonies on an as-is,where-is basis,without charging any land cost or penalty.
In the letter submitted to the L-G,the councillors said these colonies were are developed on public land. For regularisation,they have been asked for additional charges like cost of land and penalty according to the circle rate.
They demanded that the condition should be done away,as the residents would not be able to bear the additional economic burden.
The delegation also demanded that the boundaries of these colonies should be marked clearly. The land for civic services park,dispensary,school,community hall,etc should also be properly earmarked. The drainage system of the colonies be planned well,up to the outfall,in consultation with the municipal officials.
The letter also also that the condition of obtaining a no-objection certificate from Delhi Fire Services should also be done away with.
The delegation included mayors of three corporations,Standing Committee chairpersons and leaders of the three Houses.