Monday, 4 November 2013
BJP WILL FORM SEPARATE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF UNAUTHORISED COLONIES & VILLAGES - DR. HARSH VARDHAN
Dr. Harsh Vardhan has said that after coming to power in Delhi, BJP will form a separate Development Authority on the lines of DDA for all round development of the unauthorized colonies and the rural areas. This will drastically change the system of providing facilities like education, health, roads, transport, sewerage, power and water, other basic amenities, housing, employment and increasing income of every family.
There are 1639 unauthorized colonies in Delhi and 400 urban and rural villages. The condition in these villages is worse than the villages of other most backward states. It is surprising that even after 66 years of independence, 40 percent people of Delhi are not supplied drinking water by the Government. Power load shedding is common in unauthorized colonies and villages and the quality of supply is of very low grade. Congress is the ruling party for the 15 years in Delhi but it has done nothing for the betterment of these colonies and villages. People feel to have been cheated.
He accused that the Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit did not try to solve the problems of 40 lakh people of unauthorized colonies, urban and rural villages and migrants living in Delhi during the last 15 years. On the occasion of every election she made false promises to lakhs of people and left them in lurch. In spite of the announcement by Delhi Government the registry of the properties has not been started in unauthorized colonies. Prices of land is sky rocketing. The dream of the poor man to have a house has remained unfulfilled.
BJP wants that there should be all round development of Delhi so that the rays of development reach every family. BJP is also committed for the empowerment of women and youth. Lakhs of youth are unemployed in Delhi. Lakhs of posts are vacant under the Government but it is not making appointments because the Congress is busy in the loot of public money and fueling price rise.