Representatives of Dwarka’s Cooperative Group Housing Societies (CGHS) on Thursday sought Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit's intervention in finding a solution to the deadlock relating to possession of their flats.
During an interaction with Dikshit, the representatives, asked her to take necessary steps to help them in getting possession of the flats as soon as possible.
They requested the Chief Minister to approve the self-allotment done by several societies after mutual consensus.
"The Chief Minister asked the CGHS to form a federation and assured them to provide all help to find a solution to their problems," West Delhi MP Mahabal Mishra who was present in the meeting said.
Quoting Dikshit, Mishra said the Chief Minister was of the view there should not be any difficulties to regularise allotment cleared by the CBI.
Allotment of the flats in Dwarka cooperative group housing societies were delayed by several years as a CBI probe found many societies were fake.
Some members of 10 different cooperative group housing societies (CGHS) had held their own draw earlier this year.