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  • - Saturday 10th June 2017

    The allottees were allotted plots under the residential plot scheme of 2009, but could not get possession apparently due to farmer agitations despite repeated promises and assurances by the Authority. YEIDA has decided to reduce the interest rate being charged to them on the instalments from 12 per cent to 10.65 per cent. The move will benefit most allottees that have paid almost 90 per cent of their total amount. Those allottees who have already paid up to 75 per cent of the total land rate can deposit the money till September 30 without any penal interest and they have already paid the penal interest, it will be adjusted in their pending instalments.

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