Respite For Mahul Residents As They Will Now Get 300 MHADA Houses

State Environment and Tourism Minister Aditya Thackeray along with Minister for Housing Jitendra Ahwad recently announced that 300 Mahul residents will be shifted to MHADA houses by February 1.


The newly elected Tourism and Environment Minister in the Uddhav Thackeray's government, Aditya  Thackeray recently announced that 300 available Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) homes will be handed over to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) by February 1 with Occupancy Certificate (OC), to shift out families in Mahul’s high-risk zone. 


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He further said that the Joint Committee of Housing Secretary, Environment Secretary, Municipal Commissioner Mumbai have been set up for time-bound and parallel disposal of permissions for the real estate industry to rejuvenate it and give homes to home buyers on time. 

Notably, on January 9, hundreds of Mahul residents had sat on a day-long protest at Azad Maidan, opposite the headquarters of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation near CSMT. They had demanded the implementation of the Bombay High Court's order wherein the civic body had to pay ₹15,000 rent for the housing of residents until alternate rehabilitation was available.

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