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News: Missing clinics: HSVP, DTCP told to file information-02-06-2021


Gurgaon: Taking serious note of vacant sites earmarked for dispensaries in licensed colonies and sectors of the city, the deputy commissioner has written to top officials of the Haryana Shahari Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP) and the department of town and country planning (DTCP) seeking a status report of these sites.
In a letter, deputy commissioner Gurgaon Yash Garg has asked the HSVP administrator and the district town planner to furnish details about the total number of sites earmarked for dispensaries, hospitals and nursing homes in the sectors developed by HSVP and licensed colonies set up by private developers.
The move comes after TOI reported on May 28 that the district administration and the health department have been setting up Covid care facilities in stadiums and community centres while 90% of the sites officially earmarked for setting up dispensaries are lying vacant in major residential townships in the city.

The report had also mentioned that there were 28 such sites in 15 licensed colonies, which is collectively home to a large share of its urban population.

Garg, citing the TOI report in his letter, said as per Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act, 1975, it is mandatory for a developer to construct a dispensary, primary school, club and a community centre on the premises of his township. But as per the report, some of the sites have been sold by the developers to private parties, he said.


Asked about what action is being taken in this regard, Garg said he has asked the HSVP and DTCP officials to also share how many sites are operational, how many are under construction and how many developers have procured no-objection certificates from the two bodies but failed to set up dispensaries.

He has also asked the departments concerned to share details of violations carried out by developers by way of selling the sites to private parties. “Based on the details shared by HSVP and DTCP, we will decide on the further course of action,” he said.

When TOI spoke to some residents’ welfare associations (RWAs), they said while dispensary sites are lying vacant, others have been taken over by private hospitals while few have turned into garbage dumps.

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