Stop Lethal FAR Construction, Corruption, and Pollution in Delhi
Illegal floor area ratio (FAR) construction in Delhi housing societies
These days, a harmful floor area ratio (FAR) construction is happening in India’s capital New Delhi. The FAR scheme of the government allows Delhi’s cooperative group housing societies (CGHS) to carry out massive construction in occupied housing societies.
Since the FAR construction which runs for years spreads lethal dust pollution, noise pollution, and air pollution in housing complexes, hundreds or thousands of children, men, women – including senior citizens – who live in these houses have been suffering for the past few years.
The citywide construction-cum-corruption racket – termed as Widehouse Corruption Scandal – is being run by local criminals who operate as management committee (MC) members of housing societies.
The MC members collude with crooked politicians, corrupt bureaucrats, complicit police officials, dishonest members of judiciary, and builders’ mafia to carry out FAR construction.
“After the criminal enterprise of Nazi Germany during the Holocaust for the genocide of millions of European Jews, the Widehouse Corruption Scandal is believed to be the largest organized massacre not only in India but also in the world,” said Rakesh Raman, founder, RMN Foundation.
In this criminal attack, millions of people are victims of a single crime which is being brazenly supported by the Indian government to harm its own citizens. If not stopped, the harmful construction will continue in Delhi for many years – even until 2030.
This scandal has been given the name Widehouse, because it is being run under the garb of widening the occupied houses where men, women (including senior citizens), and children are living. The expansion of existing houses is being imposed on residents to extort massive money from them.
Although a number of departments and officials are involved in this scandal, the criminal MC members mainly collude with the corrupt officials of Delhi Development Authority (DDA), Registrar Cooperative Societies (RCS) office of Delhi Government, Delhi Fire Service (DFS), Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC), and Delhi Police.
RMN Foundation urges the law-enforcement agencies in India and abroad to intervene and get this genocidal crime stopped so that people of Delhi could live in a clean environment.
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