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Shorthand Dictation 80 Words per minute “ Plan for Development” , Test 10 Minutes with 10 Minutes Audio Dictation, Shorthand Outline and Text Matter. Test 13

Image_54_1Sir, my friends have talked about Master Plan and Delhi’s Master Plan has been objected to. We can have differences/ on the details of the Master Plan but one thing I must say and I repeat that if Delhi has/ been saved today it is because of the Master Plan, it is because the land uses have been determined./ it is because we had decided that the town would expand in a certain way that we did not find a/ factory coming up next to Parliament House. In the Master Plan we did not find, for instance, somebody putting up (100) a mandir near the India Gate.  The Master Plan is only a pattern of growth.  Therefore, there is nothing wrong/ with the Master Plan as such.  Master Plan should be there not only for Delhi but as I said for/ everywhere.  I might say that we have decided to reappraise the Delhi Master Plan keeping in view the changed circumstances/ the experience so far gained and the need to envisage a broad pattern of development upto the year 2,000.  Moreover/ the future of Delhi’s development is to be conceived in the overall context of National Capital Region, the broad plan (200) for which has already been prepared.  While preparing the Master Plan, we will also taken into account the date that/ has become available as a result of the recent census; the population projection, the density pattern, the zonal regulation etc. / will be subjected to fresh look with a view to evolving the most suitable and equitable pattern of development consistent/ with our clear that reappraisal does not mean large/ scale amendment  of the Master Plan which has been prepared after careful analysis of the relevant factors, nor does (300) involve regularization will mean that the Plan will be made more comprehensive, more scientific/ and more compatible with our economic and social aspirations in keeping with the changing perspective.

          So far as unauthorized colonies/ are concerned, I might say, in this context, that a very big number of these colonies have been- regularized. Regarding/ those unauthorized colonies which have not yet been regularized but which are still to be looked into, a machinery has/ been set in motion to give a second look, but this can be done only if we are in a (400) position to assure that the unauthorized constructions do not continue as they continue now.  That is why I propose to/ bring forward before this Parliament in.         Image_54_2 the current session legislation for taking very penal action against those who indulge in / selling and buying of unauthorized land, because unless we are in a position to contain the problem until then the / problem cannot be solved. Recently, the Bhagavati Committee submitted a Report. The Committee also talked of rural house sites and / rural housing schemes. The committee’s Report said that housing has the biggest employment potential. With an investment of Rs. 1 (500) crore, employment for 200 persons can be generated. No other industry, I am aware of, is in a position to / generate so much employment as housing and I hope after the Committee’s Report is accepted, we will be in a/ position to do better.

When my friends here talked about shortage of houses in Delhi for Government Servants, I / am quite in agreement with them that more houses need to be built and are being built. But it is / very difficult for us to create conditions for the section of the society as entirely different from the community as a (600) whole. For Government servants, at the moment, there is 43 per cent satisfaction in Delhi. That means for 43 out / of 100 Government servants are in a position to provide Government houses. But in the current Plan we have / now undertaken a programmed for construction of houses costing about Rs. 17 crores and we will be in a position / to add about 8000 more units in Delhi. This will not go a long way to help but I hope / it will go to some extent to ameliorate their difficulty. Another part of the Government servants’ difficulty is after retirement. (700) When a Government servant retires, whether he is living in a Government house or in a non-Government house, he / does not know where to go. After retirement Government servants and the employees of public undertakings find it extremely difficult / to find suitable accommodation. The pension admissible to them is usually one-third of their income before retirement and they / are asked to vacate the Government accommodation immediately after retirement. Due to the high rents prevailing in Delhi, the Government / servants or the employees of the public undertakings cannot arrange suitable accommodation and this results in frustration, insecurity and social (800) tensions. To give relief to such Government servants and employees of public undertakings, we have decided to introduce a special / scheme for providing housing accommodation for retiring public servants. This scheme will be executed by the Delhi Development Authority.

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