CIDCO’s decision reflects during Standing Committee meeting
CIDCO’s decision to rebuild dilapidated buildings witnessed strong reflection in Standing Committee meeting
Navi Mumbai: CIDCO’s decision to rebuild dilapidated buildings witnessed strong reflection in Standing Committee meeting on Wednesday. The members of Standing Committee aggressively demanded Municipal Corporation to take back notices issued for structural examination. The Municipal Corporation had issued notices for structural examination to the societies without discrimination.
The list of structural engineers is mentioned in those notices. But members of standing committee took aggressive stand against the corporation for mutually sending the list of engineers along with notice. Therefore, the corporation had to withdraw notices.
Division officers have sent a notice for structural examination to dilapidated buildings in Nerul. Congress Corporator Santosh Shetty confronted corporation for mentioning list of engineers. Shivram Patil of National Congress also alleged that corporation is sending such notices to save themselves and to facilitate developers.
When asked to take back the notices and asked if these notices are as per the government’s criteria, corporation withdrew the notices and allowed societies to do the structural examination by their own. Corporation had to keep mum when the members of Standing Committee indicated that CIDCO owns the land in Navi Mumbai and Corporation does not need to look into structural examination of dilapidated buildings.
Meanwhile, the Member of Parliament Sanjeev Naik visited old buildings in Vashi. When CIDCO President Pramod Hindurao has announced that only CIDCO will rebuild the dilapidated buildings, it is likely that the disputes may occur among Municipal Corporation, CIDCO and the Minister In-charge Ganesh Naik.