To track ongoing residential projects and facilitate consumers in the State, Haryana Government on Thursday launched a web portal of Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority (HRERA) of Panchkula and Gurugram.
The portal will enable the consumers to register their complaints besides allowing the buyers to upload information of the projects.
“The State Government has also decided to constitute an Appellate Tribunal with its Head Office in Karnal to hear the complaints of stakeholders against the decision of Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority (H-RERA). The chairman of the Appellate Tribunal has been appointed whereas the process of appointing its members is in progress,” said the Chief Minister Manohar Lal, while addressing the mediapersons after inaugurating the web portal.
He said that that Real Estate sector contributes about 9 to 10 per cent in the National Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
The H-RERA of Panchkula and Gurugram have been set up to balancing the interest of all the three stakeholders- allottees, promoters and real estate agents/brokers, said the Chief Minister.
He said that, homes being the necessity of almost every family, efforts are being made to ensure that the real estate sector shift from unplanned to planned. In view of the complications faced by the people in unplanned real estate sector, the State Government set up one H-RERA exclusively to deal with cases of Gurugram, the highly populated and developed city, and another authority in Panchkula to deal with real estate issues of rest of Haryana, he added.
Now after the launch of online portal of HRERA, the stakeholders could not only make complaints by sitting at their home but also check the status of their complaints, he said
The general complaints would be resolved by HRERA within a time period of 60 days, he added.
Chairman, Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority, Panchkula Rajan Gupta informed that after starting the functioning of HRERA in February 2018, as many as 1500 complaints have been received by both the authorities out of which 450 complaints have been disposed off.
Replying to a question, chairman, HRERA Gurugram, KK Khandelwal said the on an average basis, the authorities receive 15 complaints per day.
Let the bureaucrats pay Rs 1000 for 1000 km first: Hry CM
Replying to a question related to Haryana Government’s decision to allow its bureaucrats to use government vehicles for non-officials journeys for upto a total distance of 1000 km on payment of Rs 1000 per month, the Chief Minister said they were already covering such distance every month.
“Let them pay atleast Rs 1000 first and we will increase the amount later,” he added when asked whether it is right to charge only Rs 1 per km from bureaucrats when the common man is suffering due to hike in petroleum prices.
A day before, the permissible limit for non-officials journeys was increased from 400 km to 1000 km for bureaucrats of Haryana.
“In case of Administrative Secretaries, Managing Directors of Board/Corporations, Heads of Departments, PSCM, APSCM /DPSCMI and OSD to Haryana CM, who are having government vehicles attached with them, use of vehicles for non-official journeys including journeys between the residence and the office, upto a total distance of 1000 km will be allowed on payment of Rs 1000 per month,” a government order had stated.