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RITU SHARMA Relief from fear of demolition Vadodara Inside his 51 sq m home at Swami Suryanarayan Nagar in Vadodara’s Manjalpur area Gulabrao Meghraj Patil was busy supervising his flour mill running from a 65 sq m room — it’s noise is the only sound one can hear in the quiet society on a scorching afternoon Gulabrao 57 is one of the 77 beneficiaries in Vadodara of the state government’s policy to regularise homes built on encroached lands under the ULC Act His father Meghraj Tanaji Patil 80 received the land deed (called sanad) from the District Collectorate on March 11 making him a legal owner of two of his homes located in the same row Gulabrao said “While I live with my father and my family — wife and son Durgesh — in this house just four homes away is another of my father’s homes where two of my brothers Bharat and Dilip live with their families Till we received this deed we were under a lot of stress as the VMC had declared a Town Planning scheme in our area two years ago which would have meant demolition” A former mill worker Gulabrao’s family paid approximately Rs 92000 for each of their homes to secure the deed “We had purchased the house for Rs 50000 from a farmer who sold part of his land in 1985 At that time it was just a tin house We built the pucca house over a period of time We feel very blessed that this law amendment came just in time for us to regularise our homes” said Gulabrao adding that arranging the money was not a problem “I was forced out of work in 1999 when the mills shut down but I have been running the flour mill since then My brothers also work in private firms and my son is now working at a private company after completing BCA (Bachelor of Computer Applications) Arranging the money was not a problem” The ULC certificate however prohibits the use of the premise for any other purpose except residential Gulabrao said “The flour mill is my source of living today as I cannot sit idle People around me are supportive and I do not think it should be a problem running this mill from here It is my home-based business and not a commercial establishment” Just three homes away lives Vasant Mahadik who has served at Bombay Engineering Group a regiment of Corps of Engineers in the Army Mahadik took voluntary retirement in 1988 and since has worked in private banks as special security officer and currently works as a security staffer in ONGC Mahadik is also leading the association of residents of the settlement to ensure that every home is regularised in the area “We have made 349 applications in all under the ULC Act Out of these 22 have been approved and received their sanad on March 11 We are hopeful that the others will also receive their sanads in batches” Mahadik said Mahadik’s house is two storey each floor measuring about 37 sq m Mahadik received joint sanad with his wife Ashwini after paying Rs 40700 as per the prevailing jantri rates for the area to regularise his home Originally purchased for Rs 40000 in 1980 Mahadik says he constructed the home over a period of time “I have two sons One son is away and the other lives with his wife with us So far we were afraid that the home could be demolished But we are very grateful to the government regardless of which political party is in power that it took this necessary step to stop people from getting homeless” he said Mahadik said the residents were first called to the town hall in January where the process was explained and officials “personally helped out” fill and process applications “We must mention that they have extended complete support in completing the process for most families even visiting us at odd hours to help in the process of documentation after the measurements were taken” he said He was confident that all of the 349 will be completed soon “There are a few cases where the families are not able to pay the premium calculated as per jantri rates Although their applications have been approved until they make the payment they will not receive the sanad for regularisation” ADITI RAJA Property prices set to rise Rajkot Officials in Rajkot said unauthorised houses have been built on around 245 lakh square metre of land vested in government and land ownership rights were given to 22 applicants on March 10 Out these 22 applicants 12 were from the jurisdiction of mamlatdar (South) — majority of them nine were residents of New Meghani Nagar society on Sahkar Main Road There was one applicant each from Shreenathji Society and Somnath Society on 150 feet Ring Road where property prices are amongst the highest in the city The remaining applicants were from the jurisdiction of mamlatdar (East) and residing at Triveni Society on Sant Kabir Raod Bhagvati Society on Doodhsagar Road and other areas At New Meghani Nagar Society on Sahakar Society main road Sundarji Parmar and his son Rajesh run a tailoring shop at their house “The jantri rate for our area is Rs 4000/sqm Since my house stands on 89 sq m plit the applicable rate of jantri for me was 30 per cent of the standard rate Accordingly I had to pay 107 lakh” said Parmar The 64-year-old tailor explained that jantri rate of for plots along the northern edge of Sahakar Society main road was Rs8500 and that effective rate can vary according to size of the plot “On January 4 local talati Jasminben Makwana came to me and said that my home was standing on ULC land that there was a chance to get it regularised As suggested by her I went to Aravind Maniyar Hall the next day when Minister Jayesh Radadiya launched the drive of regularising homes constructed on ULC land I trusted what district collector Vikrant Pandey said at the ceremony studied the issue and applied to have my home regularised The revenue officers were very cooperative Our mamlatdar Hasmukh Gohil guided me through the entire process and here I am with the title of land on which my home stands” said Sundarji who has studied till SSC The Parmars are native of Gadhadiya (Jam) village of Rajkot district Sundarji said that he purchased 89 sq m land from Khodidas Meghani in 1989 for Rs 30000 and constructed a 2 BHK tenament “Meghani the developer of the society gave me just a receipt stating I was a member of the society That was the only document of this property I had I didn’t know that my house was on ULC land till recently What I knew was that the society was launched in 1981-82 that the land originally belonged to one Vali Luvani and that Meghani was selling plots” he said Sundarji lives in the house with six other members He and Rajesh run the tailoring shop out of one the bedrooms facing Sahkar main road His elder son Satish also a tailor purchased a new house in New Meghani Nagar area in 2010-11 for Rs 9 lakh and has moved there since Around seven years ago the RMC demolished more than three dozen houses to clear encroachment on the main road but Parmar’s house was spared He has never received any notice for demolition so far He said the Rs one lakh was not “too big an amount” to raise for the land which would be his For him owning the home which was so far illegal was a “dream come true” The tailor added that there are 200 houses in New Meghani Nagar but all of them sit on ULC land which measures more than 25000 sq m He adds that application of his elder son Satish was also cleared and that he was making arrangement for money to pay the premium He added how he did not have to seek help of local politicians or any middlemen to get the work done and regarded local MLA and former minister Govind Patel as “a good man” However 33-year-old Rajesh who has also studied till SSC said he understands what getting land title means “Now we shall seek regularisation of construction from the RMC The price of the property will certainly go up now that title of the land is clear” he said One the conditions of awarding land title to ULC home-owners is that the property cannot be sold to anybody for 15 years but it can be transferred in the name of legal heir A few metres away Manjula Patel was sitting in the doorway of Prayagraj a duplex with eight rooms and a kitchen spread over 112 sqm Manjula and her 75-year-old husband Madhavji were awarded title of the ULC land plot on which their house stands “I have been living here for the last seven-eight years I am an illiterate woman I don’t know what is an authorised housing property and what is unauthorised” she said with a broad smile adding her husband was away to meet his friends in the society But Madhavji a farmer from Jamnagar district was quite excited after getting the land title the family said “He has been showing the title to every visitor for the last five days He tells visitors to go apply and have their homes also cleared” said Shailesh elder son of Madhavji The elderly couple are the only people who presently occupy of the big house “Till a few years ago we all used to live here But shortage of drinking water was a big issue Therefore me and my younger brother Atul bought new houses in Mavdi area and have moved there” said Shailesh who sells life insurance policies and does odd accounting jobs Shailesh claimed that his father purchased the land in 1988 Atul who holds a degree in commerce also works as an accountant “We have a tubewell here But it runs dry after monsoon and drinking water becomes a big issue Therefore we don’t rent our rooms in this house” said Atul Shailesh said that now they are trying to avail loan “We had to pay Rs 225 lakh towards premium We didn’t have that much money and we had to borrow from relatives I am trying to avail loan so that I can pay back to those who have lent us As government officers had announced that they will help in getting loans after land title is awarded” he added The family gives their agricultural land to share-croppers for cultivation every year?


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