By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: The BDA cannot allot sites without checking eligibility as per rules Government officers can have seniority list for their promotions and not for BDA site alloments.. The Kempegowda Layout seniority list is allegedly questionable as BDA has not published it online and on its notice board .It has publish all particulars from first attempt to attempts till date online and on its notice board. The previous allottees should be excluded from the seniority list.BDA should publish all two lakhs allottees list previously allotted by BDA.The process should be transparent and visible to everybody It is reported that till date BDA has allotted about 2 lakhs sites in Bangalore and most of allotments were made to the people who were owning more than one sites and just taking one affidavit and without actually checking whether they own site or not. BDA even do not check whether the person had allotted site or flat earlier or not..Many people allegedly who got sites under number of attempt basis earlieragain apply for sites after selling it after allotment previously . Needy people do not get sites .Most of the people who have attempted 5 or 6 attempts get sites and they won't would have waitedand bought some sites but they again get allotted sites as their seniority get them sites in BDA. They get allotted sites and most of the people even sell the allotment letters itself. It is reported that allegedly these senior attempted person again apply for sites as there is no bar in the rules to apply again and again they get sites on the basis of seniority and their attempt and fresher's get cheated..There by BDA officers in connivance with these so called senior hijack the allotment and no fresher's will get any sites from BDA.As per rules eligibility to apply for a BDA site is • Persons who have attained 18 years of age.• Domicile of Karnataka for 15 years prior to date of registration.• All India services 2 years Domicile Certificate (Central Govt Employees).• Persons who does not own Site/House/Flat. The computerization of site allotments being carried out by the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) will open up or has opened up a Pandora's box. Site allotments , false affidavits submitted by the allottees, involvement of BDA officials. Now, BDA need tocancelthe allotments and will register criminal cases againstfalse affidavits.One of the objectives of the BDA is to provide shelter to those who do not own property in the Bangalore Metropolitan area limits. The rule is applicable sites under 'G' category, . An applicant needs to file affidavit declaring that she/he owns no property in the City. Applicants are ineligible if their family members or dependents own a site or house in the State capital.