The government has given four months time for reguralising illegal properties. The police was also notified about the same in October. A total of 94 colonies were identified as illegal under the jurisdiction of GMADA.
According to officials of GMADA, the licence was issued to M/S Sky Rock Welfare Society in May 2014 for developing a residential project in sectors 111 and 112. The project was to be developed in an area of 25 acres of land.
Chief Administrator (CA) of Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) Ravi Bhagat explains to The Indian Express what shall be the impact of government’s decision of regularising the unauthorised colonies