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Ram Ditti & Anr vs Delhi Development Authority on 17 July, 2015

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CM No.12469/2015 (delay)

For the reasons stated in the application, the delay of 72 days in filing
the appeal is condoned.
Application is disposed of.
LPA 453/2015
1. Krishan Lal Bhatia applied for a DDA flat under New Pattern
Registration Scheme, 1979 (in short ‘the Scheme’) vide registration
No.24317 on 27th September, 1979. He passed away on 31st January, 1988
taking no action to find out whether any allotment was made in his favour or
not. It is the claim of the appellants that while going through old papers they
came to know that Krishan Lal Bhatia had booked a flat. After the Right to
Information Act was enacted by the Parliament, the appellant No.2, son of

Krishan Lal Bhatia filed an application dated 21st February, 2007 seeking
information with respect to booking pertaining to Registration No.24317
bearing priority No.34317. From inspection of the files of DDA pursuant to
CIC order it was revealed that flat No.255, First Floor, F-5, Sector 16,
Rohini was allotted against the said registration to one Krishan Lal Batra
(strike Bhatia) on 29th January, 2003 for a sum of `1,32,100/-. On the basis
of this material, since the allotment in the name of Krishan Lal Bhatia has
been given to a wrong person, the appellants who are the wife and son of the
deceased Krishan Lal Bhatia were asked to furnish documents and a demand
of `9,16,473.71 was made for the said allotment.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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