JAIPUR: Nearly after a decade several plot owners of Amrit Kunj Housing Scheme will receive their plots in another scheme. The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) has decided to allot plots to successful allottees in another scheme named Amirt Kunj-2 in zone-12.
The Amrit Kunj scheme on Kalwar Road was stalled after negligent JDA developed the scheme in the catchment area of Bandi river. Due to this, 733 successful allottees could not receive possession of their plots.
AN official said, “The new scheme will be developed on 100 bighas of land. The JDA has reserved four parks in the scheme. The nod has been given to scheme in the recent meeting.”
The JDA developed the previous scheme on 151 bighas of land in 2010. In the scheme, 1,417 plots were developed, out of which allotments were made for 1,182. The remaining corner plots were held back for auction.
An official said, “As colony was falling under the catchment area, 733 plot owners were not provided with allotment.”
The Amrit Kunj scheme was in some controversy since its inception. The JDA was forced to re-plan the layout after facing a strong protest from the nearby villagers and NGOs.