Maharashtra Housing Area Development Authority (MHADA) Survey of pre-monsoon cess buildings Have done. In the survey, MHADA found 21 buildings in South Mumbai unfit for residential accommodation. MHADA has declared 21 buildings as very dangerous. The process of vacating the building begins Done. A total of 460 families live in these buildings, while 257 citizens use the building for commercial purposes.
it is dangerous
MHADA has constructed Building No. 144 MG Road A-1163, 101-111 Bara Imam Road, 74 Nizam Street, 123 Kika Street, 166D Mumba Devi, 2-4A Bhoiwada Lane, 42 Masjid Street, 14 Bhandari Street Mumbai, 64-64A Bhandari Street Mumbai, Building No. 1-3-5, Sant Sena Maharaj, 3 Sonapur 2nd Cross Lane, Building 2-4 Sorabji Santuk Lane, 387-391 Badamwadi VP Road, 273-281 Falkland Road, Building No. 1 Khetwadi 12 Other buildings including Gali, 31C and 33A Girgaon, 104-106 Magji Building, Road No. 15-19K have been declared dangerous.
transition camp will be the new home
Vinod Ghosalkar, chairman of the Mumbai Building Repair and Reconstruction Board, said that the process of vacating the buildings will be started from Wednesday. The accommodation of all the families will be made in the transition camp. Out of 460 families, 193 families have made their own arrangement for second place. From Wednesday, the occupants of the building will be given a notice to vacate the house, they will be asked for necessary documents. On the basis of the documents, the houses for the citizens will be allotted in the transition camps.
Tenants Act not applicable to MHADA
According to Ghosalkar, the new tenant law issued by the central government does not apply to 14,500 buildings in MHADA. For this reason the tenants of MHADA need to panic. Whether the Center left this law to the state or whether to implement it.