Nashik : The state government has decided to authorise the unauthorised constructions in the state. They will be declared as compounding structure after charging the compound charge. Fine will be recovered from unauthorised constructions and notification will be issued at the Municipal Corporation level within 15 days to make them authorised. Proposals will be sought from developers through this, informed Municipal Commissioner Abhishek Krishna.
As per this new government law, around 80% cases along 6 and 7.5 metre roads which are stuck will be resolved.
The state government had on last Saturday decided to authorise unauthorised constructions after taking the compound charge from them. Unauthorised constructions will be declared as compounding structure.
They will be authorised after taking fine from them. Four-fold fine will be recovered from them. 2% development charges, 2% compounding charges, 10% premium plus 50% construction charges will be recovered from unauthorised constructions. In this way, controversial cupboard issue and constructions along 6 and 7.5 metre roads will be authorised.
On the backdrop of this, the Municipal Commissioner informed mediapersons about the action being started by NMC. Informing about this action, the Municipal Commissioner said that as per this new law, notification will be issued within 15 days and will urge developers to table proposals regarding this with Nashik Municipal Corporation. Fine will be recovered as per government instructions and unauthorised constructions will be regularised.
These proposals will be resolved within 6 months. If needed, additional officials and employees will be appointed for this, informed the Municipal Commissioner.
The controversial cupboard issue and the unauthorised constructions along 6 and 7.5 metre roads will be authorised under new rule. Especially, the way is clear to resolve around 6500 cases along 6-7.5 metre roads, while around 2500 cupboard cases will get relief, it is being stated.
Meanwhile, the audit of commercial shops and assets owned by NMC in the city will be done again. A committee under Additional Municipal Commissioner Ramesh Pawar has been formed for this, informed the Municipal Commissioner. Fire brigade chief and chiefs of health and tax department are part of the committee.
This committee will inspect NMC shops and will inspect whether they are misused or not. Action will be taken against concerned if there is misuse of the shops. The shops will also be seized, the Municipal Commissioner made it clear.