Some of the allottees have replied while clarification of some allottees was not satisfactory. The officials are planning to cancel the allotment of flats after completing the formality of notices.
The Glada had allotted nearly 300 flats under special scheme in Dugri Phase 2. Some of the allottees have converted the flats to shops at main road. Many of the flats are converted into shops on main road. Some of the owners have even clubbed two to three flats into one and from one shop at least Rs 25,000 to Rs 35,000 rent is being collected.
A few years ago too, this matter had come to light but at that time officials had served the notices and no action was taken. Now, when matter was again highlighted, the officials have taken it strictly .
The estate officer of Glada Baljit Singh Walia said already notices were served to the defaulters twice and now it is third and last notice to them and after completing the departmental procedure they will recommend the allotment of flats.
The chief administrator of Glada, Bhupinder Singh said conversion of flats in commercial activity is a serious matter so he has instructed the estate officer to take action against violations in residential areas.