Deen Dayal Daga, a PSU employee, was a strapping young man of 21 when he got a job and registered for a plot under the Rohini scheme of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) in 1981.
Now, on the verge of retirement and after changing many rented flats, Danga is yet to get the plot where he wanted to build his house.
After a wait of three decades, 24,529 applicants of the Rohini residential scheme 1981 were allotted flats on Tuesday as the DDA held a draw after the high court direction. A total of 4,402 plots under EWS, 12,350 under LIG and 7,777 under MIG category were allotted.
Though the development agency claims only 700 registrants under the LIG and EWS scheme are yet to be allotted plots and all from MIG category have got their plots, complaints are coming in from registrants of MIG category claiming their names don't figure in the list brought out by the DDA.Anju Kurar's husband, who had registered for a MIG plot, passed away in 2004 and she applied for a mutation to transfer the registration in her name. "I had to run from pillar to post and submit all the documents they asked for to get the mutation done but still my name doesn't figure in the list of allottees," she said.
"We have got complaints from registrants of the MIG category who have not been allotted a plot by the DDA in Tuesday's draw," said Mahendra Kumar Gupta, another registrant who runs a group for registrants like him on a social networking site.
"All eligible registrants of MIG category have been allotted plots,” said DDA spokesperson Neemo Dhar.