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NETAS OR COMMON MAN BDA CAN TAKE BACK SITES , AND GIVE THEM TO SITE LESS AS RULES PROHIBIT SITE OWNERS FROM GETTING SECOND PLOT

 
 
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NETAS OR COMMON MAN BDA CAN TAKE BACK SITES , AND GIVE THEM TO SITE LESS AS RULES PROHIBIT SITE OWNERS FROM GETTING SECOND PLOT
by System Administrator - Saturday, 3 September 2016, 2:32 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Common man or politician or Neta take action as per law taking BDA site is illegal if they are owning one already.. About two lakhs site allotted by BDA to common mans and huge plots of land allotted to 115 politicians, BDA need to find whether these site allottees werehaving sites in their name prior to their allotment .BDA allotted sites without verifying this aspect and just got an affidavit and it is reported that many people have furnished false affidavits. .Why only target politicians why not common man .Let BDA verify and check the record with Terence to documents available in registration department.BDA need to find out how many sites were allotted in violation of BDA's allotment rule 10(3), could fulfill the dreams of many site less citizens, frustrated by a long wait for a BDA site.

The Bangalore Development Authority can use proper software and hardware and automate the process of digitization for every day it create information and full potential of Digital India can only be realized when all the information created is made available instantly anytime anywhere on any device .Sadly this is not happening despite Bangalore is IT capital of Asia. Lot of information is still in silos and major chunk is still on paper and every day information on paper is created.E mails are still not used by the departments. Organaisations must digitize their records every day not only to reduce the paper but to ensure smooth flow of nformation.Government to motivate and prioritize the digitization and understand what to digitize and how to digitize and how to name the files for retrieval of the information by selecting best hard ware platforms and best software platforms for document management systems. This will reduce the corruption. Bangalore development authority failed digitize its developed layouts plan to counter check site allotments of about 2 lakh numbersmade to general public up till date with reference to allotment orders or allotment list made as per rules and to find out how many site wereneed to be regularized in BDA notified area under re-convey schemes under section 38-C of amended BDA Act..If this data is made out available in public domain entire story of unlimited corruption is BDA will be out in public domain and it will be easy to find out the many scams that are made in BDA since its inception. Allotment list and site numbers in layout plan and registered documents all need to be compared and matched.If it is not matching culprits need to be found out. .Site Numbers which are not allotted but occupied by the owners need to be re-conveyed under section 38-C of BDA Act. The status of project of digitization taken up by BDA is not known. Bangalore Development Authority from the day of its inception has developed layouts and has made site allotments of about 2 lakh numbers of sites to general public. During the last one decade more than 10 new layouts have been added to the growing city by BDA. It can also check whether the sites allotted were still with original allottees or all have sold it for profit. The city of Bangalore has been growing at an unprecedented scale during the past 15 years. No longer the sleepy town that it used to be, with the winds of the IT boom beneath its wings, it has soared to such heights that it is widely acclaimed to be the Silicon Valley of India. All the internationally renowned IT companies have established a centre in Bangalore which now contributes a substantial percentage of the State of Karnataka's revenue.