12-27-2014, 08:50 PM
Delhi Development Authority has begun examining the results of the draw of lots of housing by 2014, a day after reports of alleged differences have emerged with three members of a family with consecutive numbers of applications among the list of successful allottees.
ADD on Wednesday reiterated that the results of the draw were no provisional document were asked at the time of submission of the application and requests of applicants for appointment under different categories or otherwise have been accepted as such.
DDA Balvinder Kumar vice President had on November 25, the date of the draw, said the camp will be held in 15 days where all successful allottees should submit documents to verify their identity and eligibility.
CHRIS, a senior official on Wednesday, said: "some people are creating unnecessary fear among the public by building antijoc at the draw. They're twisting things beyond imaginable proportion. CHRIS always said traction results are provisional. All applications were included in the draw if there are several observations from a person or family.Claims and control of documents will be made to successful applicants. "
"This is why we have a waiting list of over 1,250 applicants. Any allottee of success, if not otherwise eligible or is unable to authenticate the claims, will not be allotted flat, while the allocation will be void in such cases. Such flats will be allocated to candidates waitlisted ", said the official.
On Tuesday, requesting RTI Rahul Gupta pointed out that three members of a family and four consecutive application numbers were declared successful in the draw and the alleged antijoc.
Preliminary inspection showed that, in some cases, successful allottees "name and the name of his father's are the same, even when their number, address and PAN are different.
In some of the pairs of consecutive numbers, address and number of application is different, ADD said.
In the list of war widows, at some places, gender is male, even though the name is a woman and vice versa.
The Venice Commission has asked for all original applications of all complainants from banks. The same thing will be analyzed to see if there have been mistakes in punching or inadvertent errors by the complainants themselves.
DAISY, however, reiterated that "the above differences did not affect the draw as the draw has been completely computerized and rely on random numbers where the allocation was done on the basis of the number randomized application."