As per the one month promise, Delhi Development Authority“>Delhi Development Authority is all set to refund the registration amount by 24 December to all unsuccessful applicants of its Housing Scheme 2014. The draw result of DDA housing scheme was announced on 26th November and if the authority is able to process the refund by 24th December, it will definitely live up to the promise made.
The Delhi Development Authority will transfer the amount to the bank account of the unsuccessful applicants which was filled in the application form by 18 December. The authority has directed all the banks to make sure that the registration amount is refunded to the individual bank accounts of respective applicants. The authority charged Rs. 1 Lakh from LIG, HIG and MIG applicants and Rs. 10,000/- from the EWS applicants as the registration amount.
Earlier, DDA was supposed to refund the money within 90 days after the draw of lots but later it decided to refund it back in 30 days. The authority offered 25,034 flats for different categories at different locations across the city and received over a million (10,08,985 to be specific) applications from across the country.
The authority has also released the waiting list for 2014 housing scheme where there are about 1500 applicants. There will be a separate draw held after about 10 months for the applicants in waiting list from the surrendered or unsold flats.
The authority is about to begin the camps for allotments of flats for the successful candidates.