Voice of Housing Societies (VOHS), which represents various housing societies in areas 48, 49, 50 and 51, met with UT adviser Dharam Pal on Tuesday about the issues they face.
The head of VOHS, MN Shukla, said: “Issues such as lease conversion to freehold, stamp duty, undeserved increase and certificate of completion have been discussed.”
Shukla said the advisor discussed the issues in detail with them and marked their representation to UT’s finance secretary. “The advisor assured us that in the event that the problem remains unresolved, he will hold a joint meeting to find a solution to our problems.”
The company had held a meeting in Area 49 with representatives of various companies on Sunday and discussed the issues with the upcoming municipal corporation (MC) elections in mind.
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