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Haryana

Restore allotment of Kutana plots: Industrialists to govt

November 07, 2018 08:09 AM

COURTESY THE TRIUBNE NOV 7

Restore allotment of Kutana plots: Industrialists to govt
Tribune News Service

Rohtak, November 6

Rohtak-based industrialists have urged the state government to restore the allotment of 222 industrial plots located at Kutana Industrial Area in the district. A delegation of the affected industrialists recently met Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and requested him to do the needful in this regard.

KL Chawla, state president of the Small-Scale Industries Association, apprised the Chief Minister that the HSIIDC had given an advertisement for the sale of the 222 industrial plots on June 2, 2008.
“The applicants were interviewed on March 5, 2009, and the plots were subsequently allotted to the successful applicants. After paying the cost of the plots, the industrialists established manufacturing units on their plots. However, the Punjab and Haryana High Court cancelled the allotment of the plots in an order dated November 27, 2015,” he stated.

Chawla maintained that the affected industrialists then moved the Supreme Court, which stayed the order of the High Court in February 2016. Since then, the industrialists who had been allotted the plots were running from pillar to post to get the allotment restored.


“It is unfair for the industrialists who have spent crores of rupees to set up manufacturing units on the plots allotted to them,” said SK Khator, president of the Rohtak IDC Industries Association.

He said the state authorities had presented their version before the High Court in such a weak and unclear manner that the allotment of all 222 plots was cancelled.

While setting aside the allotment of the industrial plots, a Division Bench of the High Court had also ordered re-allotment of plots by adopting a transparent procedure. The Bench had maintained that the allotment committee had followed a pick-and-choose policy.

On the other hand, the allottees had rued the move, maintaining that some of the allotments might have been done in an arbitrary manner, but cancelling the entire lot of allotted plots was unfair.

They presented their case before the Supreme Court, which stayed the High Court order and ordered maintenance of status quo. The matter has been hanging fire since then.

Khator said they had moved an application for early hearing at the Supreme Court.

Chawla said the Chief Minister listened to their grievance and assured them that their concern would be addressed soon.

Total recall

HSIIDC advertises 222 industrial plots on June 2, 2008
Applicants interviewed on March 5, 2009; plots subsequently allotted to successful applicants
After paying cost of plots, industrialists establish units
Punjab and Haryana High Court cancels allotment of plots in its order dated November 27, 2015
Affected industrialists move Supreme Court, which stays High Court order in February 2016
Since then, industrialists allotted plots running from pillar to post to get the allotment restoredt

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