Union minister Hardeep Singh Puri, on November 2, 2017, asked the DDA to strengthen their grievance redressal mechanism, to increase efficiency and ensure user satisfaction. In a meeting with Delhi Development Authority vice-chairman Udai Pratap Singh, he directed the DDA official to ensure speedy digitisation of records, including land and property and called for its completion in a time-bound manner.
The housing and urban affairs minister also stressed on the need to fill up vacancies in the DDA, which, he said, will ensure ’employment to a few thousand people’. “MoS (Puri) also directed the DDA to strengthen their grievance redressal mechanism to increase efficiency and ensure user satisfaction,” the ministry said in a tweet.
Expressing concerns over the parking problem in the national capital, Puri directed the DDA to ensure that parking was a part of the integrated planning, by the authority. Besides, the minister also asked the vice-chairman to ensure landscaping of over 1,000 parks, an official said.