The monthly district grievances committee meeting, which is presided over by chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar in Gurgaon, will now be held on Sunday instead of Monday, said a government spokesperson.
As many as 22 complaints will be taken up in the meeting, which will be held from 9am onwards at mini-secretariat on September 4.
Out of the total complaints, five have been received from the CM window, and the majority of the grievances are related to apartment owners and cooperative housing societies.
Among the major complaints include the one by Ram Shanti Co-operative Housing Society members, alleging financial bungling and unlawful allocation by the society’s former management committee, and the other related to the identification of the real members of Sunahra Apna Ghar Co-operative Housing Society, Sector 55.
According to the spokesperson, MLA Umesh Aggarwal has also raised an issue about a road facility through police lines in Patel Nagar. The matter was raised earlier and the CM had directed the commissioner of police to submit a report, which will be discussed in this meeting.
Other complaints such as those against Emaar MGF Palam Hills, Sector 28, Emaar Group housing project, Palam Gardens, Sector 83, Emerald Hills Township Projects, Sector 65, and the housing projects of Unitech Limited will also be discussed.