Haryana Allocates Rs 1.2K Crore for Infra; Illegal Buildings Fined
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Haryana Allocates Rs 1.2K Crore for Infra; Illegal Buildings Fined

The Haryana government has allocated Rs 1,200 crore for infrastructure upgrades, focusing on enhancing urban amenities and public facilities. However, in a stringent move, owners of illegal four-floor buildings will face penalties up to ten times the regular rate.

This dual approach aims to improve the state's urban infrastructure while addressing the rampant issue of unauthorised constructions. The significant investment will be directed towards upgrading roads, water supply systems, sewage networks, and other critical infrastructure projects to improve the quality of life for residents.

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar emphasised the importance of adhering to building regulations to ensure safe and sustainable urban development. The government has identified numerous unauthorised constructions, particularly four-floor buildings that violate existing norms and pose safety risks.

Owners of such illegal structures will now face hefty penalties, which are ten times the regular fines. This measure is intended to deter further unauthorised construction and encourage compliance with legal building standards. The funds collected from these penalties will be reinvested into urban development projects, creating a cycle of improvement and accountability.

The government's crackdown on illegal buildings comes as part of a broader effort to enforce urban planning laws more effectively. The Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) will oversee the implementation of these penalties and ensure that the funds are utilised for infrastructure projects.

Residents have welcomed the investment in infrastructure but expressed mixed reactions to the strict penalties for illegal buildings. Some believe it is necessary for safety and urban planning, while others are concerned about the financial impact on affected homeowners.

Overall, Haryana's Rs 1,200 crore infrastructure plan, coupled with stringent penalties for illegal constructions, aims to foster a more organised and safe urban environment, ensuring sustainable growth and development for the state.

The Haryana government has allocated Rs 1,200 crore for infrastructure upgrades, focusing on enhancing urban amenities and public facilities. However, in a stringent move, owners of illegal four-floor buildings will face penalties up to ten times the regular rate. This dual approach aims to improve the state's urban infrastructure while addressing the rampant issue of unauthorised constructions. The significant investment will be directed towards upgrading roads, water supply systems, sewage networks, and other critical infrastructure projects to improve the quality of life for residents. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar emphasised the importance of adhering to building regulations to ensure safe and sustainable urban development. The government has identified numerous unauthorised constructions, particularly four-floor buildings that violate existing norms and pose safety risks. Owners of such illegal structures will now face hefty penalties, which are ten times the regular fines. This measure is intended to deter further unauthorised construction and encourage compliance with legal building standards. The funds collected from these penalties will be reinvested into urban development projects, creating a cycle of improvement and accountability. The government's crackdown on illegal buildings comes as part of a broader effort to enforce urban planning laws more effectively. The Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) will oversee the implementation of these penalties and ensure that the funds are utilised for infrastructure projects. Residents have welcomed the investment in infrastructure but expressed mixed reactions to the strict penalties for illegal buildings. Some believe it is necessary for safety and urban planning, while others are concerned about the financial impact on affected homeowners. Overall, Haryana's Rs 1,200 crore infrastructure plan, coupled with stringent penalties for illegal constructions, aims to foster a more organised and safe urban environment, ensuring sustainable growth and development for the state.

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