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Good news: DDA again brought special scheme, these people can get cheap house

Good news: DDA again brought special scheme, these people can get cheap house
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Good news: DDA again brought a special scheme, these people can get cheap house

These people will not get a chance

These people will not get a chance

Those waiting list applicants, who are unable to deposit Rs. 2,00,000 for MIG (Middle Income Group) and HIG (High Income Group) category, Rs. 1 lakh for LIG category, and Rs. 25,000 for EWS/Janata category. will not be considered. The registration amount in DDA Vishesh Awas Yojana 2021 has been fixed category wise and if this amount is not deposited then the draw will not be considered for allotment.

How will the allocation be done?

How will the allocation be done?

The allotment of flats under DDA Vishesh Awas Yojana 2021 will be done through a draw of lots by the applicant as per his/her choice/preference mentioned in his/her application form. Please note that payment of the registration amount will be done only through challan generated from the DDA website.

how to make payment

how to make payment

The registration amount will be paid through RTGS/NEFT. This money is to be enjoyed through generating a DDA flats e-challan. You can pay it by visiting the DDA website i.e. dda.gov.in/dda.org.in.

was live streamed

was live streamed

The DDA on April 18 conducted the draw for its special housing scheme for applicants, in 2021. The draw for the allotment of flats was live streamed to the general public. The draw was done on the basis of the “Random Number Generation System”. A retired High Court judge and senior officials were present on the occasion. They were presided over by a retired judge.

Application for all flats not received

Application for all flats not received

The DDA had initially put up for sale 18,335 flats located in 28 localities under its special scheme. But only 12,387 applicants deposited the required registration fee. But around 22,100 had registered themselves. 18,335 flats of different categories are located at Dwarka, Narela, Rohini, and Jasola among other places. Then the DDA had said that the allotment of the remaining flats after the draw would be done on a first-come, first-served basis.

Then the last date for submission of applications for the scheme was February 7. On public demand and due to the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, the date was extended till March 10. The DDA had given the green signal to amend the housing norms to allow people to participate in its schemes under which the application or their family members own a flat or plot of land in Delhi even if they could apply for this scheme.

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