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 LIT demands one-time settlement of non-construction dues

The chairman had put up these demands in a recent meeting held with local bodies minister Dr Inderbir Singh Nijjar, where chairmen from other districts were also present.

Ludhiana Improvement Trust (LIT) chairman Tarsem Bhinder has requested a ‘one-time settlement policy’ for waiving off the interest of people who are yet to clear their non-construction charges.

The chairman had put up these demands in a recent meeting held with local bodies minister Dr Inderbir Singh Nijjar, where chairmen from other districts were also present.

Bhinder claimed that people were ready to clear the outstanding dues, but due to heavy interest on amount they were not coming forward for the same. There are many colonies where people did not construct the house on the allotted plots. He asked to waive off the interest applicable for last some years, and asked to notify this policy for a time period of 30 days.

Besides, he has also demanded the permission for renting out the multi-storey building at Rani Jhansi Road. This building has become a white elephant for the LIT as it has been unable to sell it off many times in the past due to its high cost. Bhinder informed they’ll renovate the building and will ask private entities to rent out the floors in it.

The chairman has also asked the minister to fill the vacant posts in the LIT to ensure “smooth working”. He also demanded for an online system to ensure smooth working and transparency in the department. He also demanded a free hand from the minister in removing encroachments of all kinds, and early completion of Atal Apartment scheme.

While talking, Bhinder said, “In a recent meeting with local bodies minister, we demanded certain things for better administration. One-time settlement is also required for solving irregularities in colonies.”

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