Sensitive decision of Chief Minister, people of low income group settled on agricultural land will get lease at concessional rate
Taking a sensitive decision, Chief Minister Shri Ashok Gehlot has approved the proposal to give exemption in premium rate of plots to the people of low income group in the colonies settled on agricultural land.
According to the proposal, a freehold lease can be given for residential plots up to 120 square meters at the premium rate of Rs.5 per square meter and four times the premium rate on depositing one-time lease amount for ten years and on depositing building approval fee of Rs.500. Will be able These include such colonies whose layout plans have been approved or the layout plans/ survey plans are to be approved by taking action under suo-moto survey and section 90-A.
It is noteworthy that before their formation in various municipalities or before the implementation of the master plan, colonies have been settled on agricultural land. In these colonies there are plots of economically weaker income group, low income group and middle income group. With the approval of the Chief Minister, people living in these colonies will be able to get lease easily at concessional rates and their dream of getting legal ownership of their plots will be realized.