Delhi Development Authority will soon put to auction 100 flats at the Commonwealth Games village to public in a bid to ascertain the market value of different kind of flats.
The remaining flats of the agency's share of 711 will be disposed off to government departments and public sector undertakings through auction.
In a written reply in Rajya Sabha, minister of state for urban development Saugata Roy said the ministry has approved DDA's proposal to allot flats of CWG 2010 to central and state governments, their sub-ordinate departments and public sector undertakings.
"DDA has also informed that it has decided to dispose off these flats at the prevailing market rates and to get an idea, around 100 flats of all categories would be put to auction through seal bidding process," he said.
On the basis of the bids received, 100 flats would be disposed off to public.
"This process will enable DDA to know the market rate of different categories of flats. Thus the remaining flats shall be disposed off to the central and state governments, their sub-ordinate departments and public sector undertakings," Roy said.