Protest Against Diluting UP RERA Rules

UP RERA

UP flat owners call for reversal of RERA dilution

The Flat Owners Federation of Ghaziabad gave a call to the UP Government to withdraw its move to dilute the UP RERA Rules and to appoint a permanent RERA Authority. Otherwise its repercussions will be seen in 2019, the Federation warned at a General Body meeting.

The President, Col. Tejandra Pal Tyagi stressed that  despite the fact that two years have already passed since the enactment of RERA, the UP Government is yet to appoint a permanent Real Estate Regulatory Authority.

“Furthermore, it has also come to our notice that there is no tab to check the cause list and judgements passed by RERA in the web site of UP RERA, which clearly indicates that the UP RERA is yet to become fully operational. The officers nominated to the Interim Regulatory Authorities are responsible for their own departments as well and hence they cannot devote much time”, he added.

The ASSOCHAM has recommended in their report that Permanent Regulatory Authority for RERA should be nominated by state without any further delay whatsoever. Now, when the builders want it and when the Home Buyers are already asking for it, then what is the delay? Further, the officers may have to be strictly answerable for delay in giving Ownership Title, Land Use Conversion, Environment NOC, Pollution NOC, Non Encumbrance Certificate, Occupancy Certificate, Municipal Services permission.

Vice Presidents of Flat Owners Federation, Shri M K Machama, Shri R K Garg and Secy Mukesh Agrawal said that since Uttar Pradesh is a big state and  the bulk of the ongoing projects are situated in Noida/Ghaziabad region, it is desirable to set up a branch of UP RERA in Noida/Ghaziabad region.

Shri C M Vaid, Shri Gaurav Mittal, Shri P S Singh, Smt Anuranjana Tyagi and Shri Mendiratta have brought out in their talk that they have raised the issue of dilution in the Real Estate rules notified by erstwhile Government in the favour of real estate Developers by notification no.1438 dated 27 Oct 2016. It may further be noted that the Governor of UP had also written in Oct 2016 to the then Chief Minister of UP to re-consider the dilution of rules. It may also be noted that that “Completion Certificate” is not included in 32 items of section 84(2) of the RERA Act on which the States can make rules, then how come the State has diluted norms on Completion Certificate?

It was unanimously decided to write a letter to the Chief Minister of UP Govt  with a request to take corrective actions, failing which the Home Buyers may go for a wider protest.


Jalam Jeevam Poster Released – SAVE Water

Water Board General Manager, Vanasthalipuram, Hyderabad, released a poster under the programme   “ Jalam- Jeevam” organized by “ Safe Earth Foundation at Sri. Krishna Devaraya Nagar under B.N. Reddy Nagar Div. He stressed on saving every drop of water and from water soaking pits wherever possible. Special Officer Sri. Satyanarayana, Surender, Smt. Krishnaveni and others have participated.


 CREDAI, Warangal

The First Stakeholder’s Workshop on draft Master Plan of Warangal was organised by CREDAI Warangal in Association with KUDA (Kakatiya Urban Development Authority) on 7th June,2018. Sri P Venkateshwarlu, President, CREDAI Warangal actively participated and gave several suggestions and they were well received by the Chairman & Official of KUDA. The workshop was fruitful and about 100 stakeholders have participated actively, given suggestions and also got clarifications from the officials.


 Gokul Nagar Welfare Society, Tarnaka                                          

Gokulnagar
GokulNagar Park under renovation

Renovation of Gokul Nagar (Tarnaka) park at a cost of Rs. 2.0 lakhs commenced and the beautification is going on in full speed.

By T. Bala Swamy


Shanthi nagar Residents Welfare Association

Elections for Shantinagar Welfare association are conducted in June and the following members are elected: Sri. M.Srinivas-President, Sri.P. Ashwin Kumar-Secretary (unanimously elected), Sri. Narayana Swamy-Vice-President, R. Jayant-Jt. Secretary.  Maj. Shiv Kiran has acted as election officer.


GAASA members highlight Alwal issues to Corporator      

Alwal
Alwal residents with Corporator

GAASA team, along with the Corporator (134 ward) Mrs. Shanthi Srinivas Reddy and the officials from GHMC, Water Works, Sanitation and Streetlights have visited Venugopal Nagar and Yadamma Nagar colonies.   it was a very productive and hands on meeting. The Corporator took note of pending problems and took steps to initiate works immediately. We hope that such initiatives with coordination from the citizen-oriented groups like GAASA would make Alwal a better place to live in, very soon.


Plastic Free Malkajgiri Campaign

Malkajgiri
UFERWAS volunteers and residents launched to make Malkajgiri plastic free

In this campaign, the U-FERWAS team has conducted SWACH BHARAT drive, identifying garbage vulnerable points in our area namely AOC Driving Training Center near Safilguda Railway Station on 1st June.

We got permission from GOC and local AOC Commandant, who extended his support to this activity. GHMC Malkajgiri Dy Commissioner Sri Venugopal also sent his sanitation staff.

Telangana Pollution Control Board also actively participated by giving cloth and Jute bags which were distributed by the Corporator Mrs Shirisha Jitender Reddy and TRS Leader Jitender Reddy Garu. This mission was able to clear four truck loads of dumped garbage and polythene. GHMC, Pollution Control Board, and various NGOs such as Feko Math, IYFS, Manirathna charitable trust, Lions club of Gautamnagar, Sanitation Committee Gautamnagar  are honoured with surprise gift, water, cool drinks, and break fast.

By K Raghavendra Rao,

Gen Secretary, Uttamnagar Welfare Association


 Kukatpally targets best colony award 

Kukkatpally
Kukattpally RWA targets best RWA award

Every week on Saturday we conduct sanitation meetings with different stake holders, GHMC sanitation staff, sweepers, door to door trash collectors, drainage cleaners, to update the sanitation condition in the colony. This year we are heading towards achieving the best colony award from Swatchh Hyderabad initiative.

KukatpallyFelicitation to the ACP Kukatpally, Bhujanga Rao Garu, an Vishista Seva Puraskar awardee on the Telangana formation day.

By V. V. RAO, General secretary, Kukatpally


APSA Dengue Campaign in 14 GHMC division 

            

Commissioner,  Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation, Dr.B. Janardhan Reddy released a poster on the symptoms of Dengue fever and its prevention on July 15.  The poster was  prepared by APSA & Plan India, Hyderabad. Speaking on the occasion Dr Janardhan Reddy said APSA has taken the programme to prevent Dengue fever in 14 divisions of GHMC and that it’s Entomology Department would support the NGOs who undertake such programmes. APSA Director Sri.S. Srinivas Reddy, Zonal Commissioner Smt. Hari Chandana, Smt. Saraswati from PLAN India, U-FERWAS Gen. Secretary Sri.B.T. Srinivasan, Smt. Sujata Raj, Smt.Siva Rani, and Sri. Satya Kumar have participated in releasing the poster.


Grandhalaya Samiti Chairperson Inspects site for Tarnaka Library Building  

Tarnaka library
Inspection for Tarnaka library building underway

 Hyderabad City Grandhalaya Samstha Chairman Smt. G.Prasanna Ram Murthy accompanied by the officials has inspected the library site, admeasuring 250 sq.yds allotted by district collector for the construction of a library building. The district collector Smt. Yogita Rana, has approved to take up the construction which is estimated at Rs.25 lakhs, accommodating e-library, children’s’ reading room and reading room for the residents.

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Forum for A Better Hyderabad

On the occasion of their annual celebration at Indira Priyadarshini Auditorium, Hyderabad on 1.06.18, eminent invitees of the Forum have stressed on the need for environment protection and to avoid the usage of plastic. At the opening, the president, Sri. M. Ved Kumar explained the various activities that are being carried out by the Forum. Sri. B. Vinod Kumar, M.P. said that every individual should take part in keeping the environment safe and NGOs should advise the govt. on pollution, traffic issues etc. Prof. J.V. Ravindra, JNFAU Vice- Chancellor , Prof. Kavita Daryani Rao, Sri. M. M. Gopala  Krishna, IAS (rtd.), Sri. K. Vidyadhar, Sri.S.D. Mukherji, Vice-President of Forum for Better Hyderabad, Sri. M.H. Rao, Mr. Manekshah Dabera and Treasurer Sri. Rao VBJ Chelikani spoke on the occasion. While Mrs. Shobha singh has welcomed the guests, Mrs. Sanghamitra Mallick has offered the vote of thanks.


World environment day
Boudha Nagar residents observe world environment day

World Environment Day Oath by Boudha Nagar Residents  

 Celebrating World Environment Day  on 5th June of every year began in 1974 by the U.N. General Assembly. Accordingly GHMC, Secunderabad, Circle -29 has celebrated in Boudhanagar Community Hall which was largely attended. Sri. Ravi Kumar, Dy. Commissioner, Sri. Ramana, Medical Officer, Sri. Tirupathaiah, Project Officer-Urban Development, Ms.Hema, Corporator, Boudhanagar spoke on the occasion. After the meeting a Pledge was administered by Sri. B. Om Prakash on issues to protect the Earth, to save the lakes from pollution, not to use the plastic bags, to segregate dry and waste garbage, not to waste water, to build more rain water  harvesting pits, to help in reducing global warming and to plant more trees and protect them.  Meeting ended with demonstration for enhancing greenery every where.

By B. Om Prakash


  Save Trees Organisation,  Karimnagar

Save trees
Save trees campaign

Sri. Mohd Azam, President, Save Trees Organisation,  Karimnagar was honoured by Tula Uma , and Naradasu Laxman Rao & others for having planted and protected a number of plants at Karimnagar .


SHIELD CITIZEN’s INITIATIVE in New Delhi

Here is what we can do!

  1. Be an informed and aware consumer.
  2. Say NO!, To one time use plastic like, polybags, straws, stirrers, chopsticks, plastic glasses, plastic spoons and plastic plates.
  3. Carry a water bottle and refill it.
  4. Use a biodegradable or reusable cloth bag.
  5. Conserve water by usingnatural chemical free soaps instead of shower gels as these gels contain micro plastics.
  6. Carry a cloth napkin! ( rumaal)Say NO, to tissue paper as they contains micro plastics.
  7. Segregate waste for effective recycling.
  8. Learn to Compost kitchen waste.
  9. Grow chemical free greens/ herbs in terrace garden/ balcony garden for a healthier family.
  10. Check entry of vendors in your colony who are in possession of polybags.
  11. Work for community composting solutions in our colonies.
  12. Remember green natural waste is a valuable resource.

Team SHIELD,

Harit Kachra Kranti.

Women of Wards Delhi, MMRWA phase 1

PURE WASH, 8178303517.

By Ranju Minhas


YOGA DAY

Nagarjuna Nagar Residents Celebrate World Yoga Day  

In Nagarjuna Nagar Community Hall International Yoga Day was celebrated where ladies gents participated. Prof. T. Tirupathi Rao, lit the lamp followed by a Yoga & Pranayam  pakage. The benefits enjoyed by doing yoga regularly were narrated by Sri. B. Om Prakash and thanked Baba Ramdev for inculcating yoga practice throughout the world ever since the UNO has declared 21st June as International Yoga Day in  2014.

By B. Om Prakash


Mahila Patanjali Yog Samithi,  North East Zone

Yoga Day
World Yoga day

On 22.06.2018, Yamuna N Shoba, of  Mahila Patanjali Yog Samithi,  North East Zone,  has  joined the Sanghi Vidyaniketan School, Tarnaka, to celebrate the Yoga Day.


Jawahar nagar
Jawahar Nagar Co.Op. Housing Society  Ltd, Moula Ali , Hyderabad

 Jawahar Nagar Co.Op. Housing Society  Ltd, Moula Ali , Hyderabad

 The Society celebrated International Yoga Day on 21/06 at 5.30 a.m. at their community hall under the leadership of their president Sri. VBB Satyanarayana and Secretary Sri. Ch. Ramesh, Sri. Haranath Reddy, President of the Zone,  Bharathiya Yoga Samsthan conducted the programme, wherein  several residents of the colony participated in Yoga. The Aasanas started after lighting the lamp by the colony President, other senior members and Yoga Samsthan President.

The Association has been conducting yoga for the last 4 years  everyday in two batches in the morning By K.Jagannatha Swamy


                        Vivekananda Rock Memorial Kendra, Kanyakumari at Nagole

They have conducted yoga at Shiva function hall, Nagole on21st June for 180 students, at Vanasthalipuram for 64, at Snehapuri colony for 24  students. Around fifteen hundred students have attended in Degree College, Govt.  ZP High School,  Private High School and in other places.


 Activities and Achievements of COVA during April 2018

In April, 2018 the Ministry of Human Resources Development, GoI has accepted the recommendations of COVA  to promote entrepreneurship. Several religious and Faith leaders came together with Civil Society to propagate easy accessing of civic services  from different government departments, as entitlements.

We solicit your continued partnership, financial contributions whenever possible and feedback. Please do write to us at: covanetwork@gmail.com


Eid mubaraak
Eid Celebrated with fervour

Eid Mubarak

Eid greetings are addressed by Dr. NVSS Prabhakar, MLA, Uppal to the residents in the presence of Syed Khaled Shah Chisthi Hussaini, Jt. Secretary, SCOTRWA, along with Mohammed Yusuf, President P&T Colony Residents Welfare Association, Habsiguda, Shaik Naseeruddin Baba, Executive Committee Member Camp 3,  of O.U. Residents Welfare Association.