The state cabinet recently provided relief to builders in Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway by giving them six additional months to complete pending projects. The deadline has been extended from June 30, 2021 to December 31, 2021, with no additional charge on the builder for any delay.
Besides, to make it easier to acquire land or change its land use, the cabinet also decided to delegate the responsibility to the collector or divisional commissioner. In a cabinet by circulation on Monday night, the cabinet approved of proposed changes to Section 219 of the UP Revenue Code 2006 to give the collector or divisional commissioner the power to change land use of the required land.
This, an official explained, will help in faster acquisition of land for projects and provide a push to Purvanchal Expressway project, dedicated freight corridor, Bundelkhand Expressway, Eastern Peripheral Expressway and establishment of state medical colleges and degree colleges.
The cabinet has also put its stamp on the proposal to allocate public distribution system ration shops to self-help groups. The CM had earlier announced that self-help groups will be allowed to apply for PDS shops in an effort to strengthen these groups financially and also bring greater transparency to the system.
The cabinet has approved of a change in the definition of the ‘owner’ to allow self-help groups to also apply now.
A committee will be set up under the commissioner of Varanasi division to take decisions at the local level for change in drawings and designs pertaining to the Kashi Vishwanath beautification and expansion project.
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