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Transfer policy must for construction of another storey: Dhawan

Harmohan DhawanDhawan promises GARIB AWAS YOZNA
Mr. Harmohan Dhawan Former Union Minister and BSP candidate from Chandigarh addressed a large gathering at Indira colony in Manimajra today. Speaking on the occasion Mr. Dhawan said that without a proper transfer policy in place how can Mr. Bansal assure the residents another storey whereas they don’t have the ownership right. Mr. Dhawan said, he is well aware of the problems of housing board residents and if they elect him to power he will regularize need based changes and transfer policies will be implemented.
Speaking on the occasion Mr. Dhawan said all those people who have been living in Chandigarh whether they are self employed, businessmen and employers has contributed in Chandigarh’s growth all of them will get two bedroom flats under ‘Garib Awass Yozna’ on Uttar Pradesh Pattern.
Mr. Dhawan said, Mr. Bansal who has been promising people that he will regularize need based changes and transfer policies will be implemented, was a mute spectator when their houses were razed by the Chandigarh Administration Buldozers.
Mr. Dhawan said, that Mr. Bansal has proven to be a very weak parliamentarian as the Admiistration Officials don’t listen to him, whereas, he was elected to promote the rights of the Chandigarh residents and he seems to have surrendered himself to the Bureauocrats, whereas, people are being harassed.
Mr. Dhawan said, elect me to power and I will get the transfer policy in place and Chandigarh will be a Free Hold City and CHB will work on “No profit No loss” basis and the residents of the CHB should be kept in mind while serving any notice on need based changes. He said, the dictorial attitude of CHB will be changed and it will be compelled to work for the betterment of its residents.
Mr. Dhawan Said elected to power, he will get GPA or Sub Attorney cases which are pending with CHB for over one year, he will get it done in a very short span of time, whereas, Mr. Bansal has been promising it for the last 15 years and has failed badly.

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