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HARYANA CABIINET DECISIONS: AMENDMENT IN POLICY PERTAINIING TO SURRENDER OF COLONISER LICENSE APPROVED

March 05, 2019 08:32 PM

Chandigarh (Face2News) 

Haryana Cabinet, which met under the chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal here today, has given approval to amendment in policy pertaining to surrender of licence. 

As per the amendment, no third party rights should have been created in the colony. However, in case the same have been created then surrender of licence, partly or wholly, will be allowed with the consent of the allottees of the colony, which will be deemed as extinguishing of third party right to the extent of said part of the colony. The area over which such third party right stand created, should be in a compact block as defined in the Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Rules, 1976. Further, if the third party right created area is scattered over the licenced area then, the coloniser has to submit consent of each individual allottees for making it in a compact block along with detailed scheme of the relocation within licenced area. 

NEW TOLL PLAZA ON RAJASTHAN BORDER, DENOTIFY TOLL PLAZA -12

Haryana Cabinet which met under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal here today approved the installation of new Toll Plaza on Punhana to Lakarpur, Sri Singalheri, Thenkri, Jamalgarh, Ranota-Manota to Dondal Road upto Rajasthan Border in Nuh district. Since the time period for all ongoing Toll Points was extended from its earlier expiry period of March 31,2017 to March 31,2022, the time period for this new Toll Plaza was also approved upto March 31,2022. 

The licences of the project which are considered under this policy for ‘surrender of licence’ will require payment of outstanding renewal fee with interest up to date. All government dues including scrutiny fee, licence fee, conversion charges, IDC, qua the part of licenced area being surrendered, will be forfeited. 

The Cabinet further approved that the licencee will have three options qua EDC when he or she applies for surrender of licence. The licencee can get adjusted the amount of the EDC paid or due in his other licences. The licencee can get the amount of EDC refunded after deduction of 15 per cent of the total amount of EDC of the surrendered area of the licence or colony. If the licencee does not opt for any of the above two options, the amount will be refunded only upon a new licence being granted in that particular sector wherein the EDC to be demanded in the new licence is more than or equal to the EDC to be refunded in the surrendered area of the licence.All such surrender of licence applications need to be accompanied with declaration pertaining to third party rights and such corresponding area and declaration pertaining to whether internal development works are undertaken at site and where undertaken whether site restored to its original state that is before grant of licence.In case of revision of layout plan on account of only part of licenced area being surrendered, all necessary formalities pertaining to change of layout plan, fee inviting of objections and suggestions as per the prevailing policy instructions for revision of layout or building plans, as amended from time to time, will be followed. 

If the coloniser decides to surrender part of the licenced area, the area norms of the part of colony retained under the existing licence should fulfil the applicable area norms for grant of such licence. To further clarify the issue, the part of colony that is retained should be independently eligible for grant of licence under the prevailing policy parameters for such category of licence applicable as on date.This policy will be implemented with prospective effect. Any additional recoveries, if made earlier, before this policy comes into effect will not be refundable.  

CABINET APPROVED HARYANA GOOD AND DRUGS ADMINISTRATION DEPTT. GROUP A RULES

Haryana Cabinet which met under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal here today approved Haryana Food and Drugs Administration Department, Headquarter (Group A) Service Rules, 2018 to regulate the recruitment and conditions of services of persons appointed to the Headquarter (Group A) in the Haryana Food and Drugs Administration Department.

Food and Drugs Administration Department, Haryana was carved out as an independent department from the Health Department on January 4,2011. Food and Drugs Administration Department is an enforcement department and for smooth controlling of Food and Drugs Administration Department, the Cabinet today approved the Headquarter (Group A) Service Rules.

EXCHANGE OF SHAMLAT LAND

Approval for the exchange of shamilat land measuring 30 kanal 19.5 marla of Gram Panchayat Kukdola, block Badli, district Jhajjar with the land measuring 30 kanal 19.5 marla of the Model Economic Township Limited.

The Cabinet also gave approval for the exchange of shamilat land measuring 21 kanal 14.5 marla of Gram Panchayat Munimpur, block Badli, district Jhajjar with the land measuring 21 kanal 14.5 marla of the Model Economic Township Limited.

The Cabinet also gave approval for the exchange of shamilat land measuring 49 kanal 19 marla of Gram Panchayat Dadri Toe, block and district Jhajjar with the land measuring 49 kanal 19 marla of the Model Economic Township Limited. Cabinet also gave approval for the exchange of shamilat land measuring 13 kanal 8 marla of Gram Panchayat Soundhi, block Badli, district Jhajjar with the land measuring 13 kanal 8 marla of the Model Economic Township Limited. The Cabinet also gave approval for the exchange of shamilat land measuring 13 kanal 6 marla of Gram Panchayat Bamnola, block Badli, district Jhajjar with the land measuring 13 kanal 6 marla of the Model Economic Township Limited.

600 SQUARE YARDS LANDS FOR DHANK SAMAJ 

Chandigarh, March 5- Haryana Cabinet which met under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal here today approved leasing out 600 square yards land of Municipal Committee, Mahendragarh to Dhanak Samaj Uthan Sangthan, Mahendragarh for construction of Dharamshala.  The land will be leased out for a period of 99 years. \

AMENDMENT  APPROVED IN HARYANA GOOD CONDUCT PRISONERS ACT, 1988 

Haryana Cabinet which met under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal here today approved amendment in Haryana Good Conduct Prisoners (Temporary Release) Act, 1988 for making special provisions for prisoners other than hardcore prisoners.Under the Amendment, a convict other than a hardcore prisoner will be released on temporary basis or on furlough to attend marriage of his grand child or sibling, or death of his grandparent, parent, grandparent-in-law, sibling, spouse, child or grandchild under an Armed Police Escort for a period of 48 hours to be decided by the concerned Superintendent of Jail.

Further, a convict other than a hardcore prisoner may be released on temporary basis to attend the marriage of his daughter for 96 hours and for the marriage of his son for 72 hours under an Armed Police Escort, to be decided by the concerned Superintendent of Jail. He will intimate with 24 hours the concerned District Magistrate and Superintendent of Police in this regard with full particulars of the hardcore prisoners being so released. Earlier, such a provision was not available to the convicted prisoners other than the hardcore prisoners in sub section 5A in the Act. However, now the Act has been amended to insert sub section 5B so as to remove this anomaly. 

NEW TOLL PLAZA ON RAJASTHAN BORDER, DENOTIFY TOLL PLAZA -12

Haryana Cabinet which met under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal here today approved the installation of new Toll Plaza on Punhana to Lakarpur, Sri Singalheri, Thenkri, Jamalgarh, Ranota-Manota to Dondal Road upto Rajasthan Border in Nuh district. Since the time period for all ongoing Toll Points was extended from its earlier expiry period of March 31,2017 to March 31,2022, the time period for this new Toll Plaza was also approved upto March 31,2022.  Also approved the de-notification of Toll Plaza-12 (Yamunanagar-Radaur-Ladwa-Thanesar Road) as per the announcement of the Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, during his visit to village Damla, district Yamunanagar on October 28,2018.The Toll Plaza since then have been closed with effect from November 1,2018. The Cabinet today gave ex-post-facto approval for the closure of this Toll Plaza. 

Haryana Cabinet, which met under the chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal here today, has given approval for ‘Policy on Purchase of Land Voluntarily offered to Government for Developmental Projects’ (Second Amendment), 2019.Under the Policy, the quorum of the ‘Committee of Secretaries’ and ‘High Powered Land Purchase Committee’ will be at least 50 per cent of the members including Chairperson.The Committee of Secretaries headed by Chief Secretary can take decision in purchasing land upto 20 per cent over and above the fair value (collector) rates and such cases need not go to High Powered Land Purchase Committee. The Minister-in-charge of the concerned department will also be a member of the High Powered Land Purchase Committee.  

PUNJAB JAIL SERVICE RULES AMENDMENT APPROVED

Haryana Cabinet which met under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal here today approved the amendment in Punjab Jail Service (Class II) Rules, 1963.Under the Amendment, 25 per cent of the post of Deputy Superintendent Jail will be filled by direct recruitment and 75 per cent by promotion from amongst Assistant Superintendent Jail having at least seven years experience as such or by transfer or deputation of an officer already in the service of any State Government or the Government of India. The quota of 12.5 per cent to the Ministerial cadre has been dropped in view of the fact that the Superintendents are enjoying higher grade pay than Deputy Superintendents and as such were not willing for the promotion under reference resulting into permanent vacancies under this quota.    

RATIONALISATION OF RATES OF TAX APPROVED

Cabinet approval to a proposal of the Transport Department for rationalisation of rates of tax on the stage carriages operated by any State Transport Undertaking of Haryana as City Bus Service and for Educational Institutions. The proposal will benefit in specifying the rates of taxes for the stage carriages operated by any State Transport Undertaking of Haryana as City Bus Service thereby enabling them to pay the tax as specified. The motor vehicle taxes levied on the buses owned by the educational institutions will be rationalised. The buses of educational institutions registered outside the State will be required to pay 20 per cent more tax than the tax paid by the buses registered within the State.

Under the approved proposal, the rate of tax for stage carriage operated by any State Transport Undertaking of Haryana as City Bus Services will be Rs 1,000 per month. Similarly, the rate of tax for contract carriage used by educational institutions (ordinary) registered in the State, having six to 12 seats excluding driver will be Rs 5,000 per year, having 13 to 32 seats excluding driver Rs 8,000 per year and having 33 and above seats excluding driver Rs 10,000 per year.

The rate of tax for contract carriages used by educational institutions (air-conditioned) registered in Haryana having six to 12 seats excluding driver will be Rs 12,000 per year, having 13 to 32 seats excluding driver will be Rs 20,000 per year and having 33 and above seats excluding driver will be Rs 30,000 per year.

The rate of tax for contract carriages used by educational institutions (ordinary) registered outside Haryana having six to 12 seats excluding driver will be Rs 6,000 per year, having 13 to 32 seats excluding driver will be Rs 10,000 per year and having 33 and above seats excluding driver will be Rs 12,000 per year.

The rate of tax for contract carriages used by educational institutions (deluxe AC) registered outside Haryana having six to 12 seats excluding driver will be Rs 14,400 per year, having 13 to 32 seats excluding driver will be Rs 24,000 per year and having 33 and above seats excluding driver will be Rs 36,000 per year. 

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