Jabalpur/Hyderabad, Aug 26 (Hydnow): Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced the regularisation of 2,792 unauthorized colonies across the state, which is expected to benefit 35 lakh residents.
The announcement was made by Chauhan, months ahead of the state assembly polls that are scheduled to be held by the year-end.
“I am happy to announce the regularisation of 2,792 colonies in which the people have bought land with hard-earned money. People have toiled and sweated to purchase tracts of lands, he said while addressing a public meeting at Shahid Smarak here.
Chouhan, however, warned that those developing residential colonies in the future must take all permissions, and failure to do so will invite action. “It must be ensured at all costs that people who buy lands do not suffer, the CM asserted. As per an estimate, 35 lakh people living in these unauthorized colonies are expected to get relief due to the state government’s move. (Hydnow)
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