AMBALA: On Monday, the Ambala Property Consultants Association (APCA) staged a protest for the fifth day in front of the sub-divisional magistrate (SDM) office, Ambala Cantonment. The APCA has submitted a letter of demand to the Haryana governor through SDM, demanding repayment for the families of these property dealers who have committed suicide inside and beyond. The markets are that the family individuals of each provider who have committed suicide have to receive Rs 20 lakh as an ex gratia quantity. One of the circles of relatives individuals must obtain a central authority job to aid the circle of relatives in destiny. On May 24, an association member, Sanjay Mittal, committed suicide after dealing with losses in his business. He left a 14-web page suicide, aware that he held the government and business companions answerable for his severe step. Since then, the APCA has been staging a protest at the Ambala cantonment SDM workplace, worrying about the the registration of houses under the municipal employer’s (MC) jurisdiction.
According to the present coverage, the MC isn’t always registering the homes in unapproved regions. In contrast, it’s far from gathering belongings tax and facilitating the citizens with water and power connections inside the identical unapproved areas. The APCA alleges that because of the existing policies of the authorities, the belongings sellers are committing suicide. Seven participants of APCA have already dedicated death because in 2014. Today, the APCA has submitted every other memorandum to the SDM, which states extraordinary needs from the association in thirteen factors. One of the vital demands is to open the registration of houses in the regions from where the MC is accumulating taxes.
Ashok Goyal, president of APCA, said, “We have surpassed over specific documents of demands to the SDM, one for the governor of Haryana and one for the SDM. Ashok was introduced at the same time as receiving the files. SDM Subhash Sihag has the confidence to talk about the matter with the concerned officers on pinnacle precedence and conduct an assembly with district town planning and MC officers as soon as viable. SDM Subhash Sihag stated, “We have received the representation of demands from the APCA, and we can conduct an assembly with the worried officers as soon as viable to clear up the problems faced by using the belongings sellers. The representation of the demands for governor might be sent to his office with the aid of the following day.”