Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann (file photo)
The Punjab government is soon going to bring a bill which will ban the construction of illegal colonies in future. This bill will be brought in the next session of the Punjab Assembly. Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has said that this law will provide strict punishment to those building illegal colonies in the state. He has asked the officials to prepare a draft of a bill in this regard. The Chief Minister said that illegal colonizers loot people by showing them dreams and earn money and the common people suffer the consequences of their mistakes.
After the meeting with the officials, the Chief Minister said that strict action will be taken against the colonizers who are selling plots without taking permission. The Chief Minister said that such people will not be tolerated at any cost. He said that the state government will not allow construction of illegal colonies in Punjab. Strictest steps will be taken against all those involved in this crime. Along with this, he also said that whoever violates this law will not be spared legally.
NOC requirement for registry ended
Along with this, Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has also announced to provide major relief to the common people in the land and property registry. The Chief Minister said that a decision has been taken to abolish the condition of NOC for registration of land and property in Punjab. In this context, while presiding over the meeting today, the Chief Minister said that the intention of this decision is to provide convenience to the general public.
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Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann said that common people have to face huge difficulties in getting NOC in the land and property registry. A lot of people’s time is wasted in this. This system has also become a source of corruption. Therefore it was necessary to end it.
Crackdown on colonizers will also be tightened
Along with this, Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann also said that preparations have been made to crack down on illegal colonizers. He said that a new law will soon be made in this regard in Punjab. According to Bhagwant Singh Mann, this bill will be approved in the next session of the Assembly.