Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The 12,617 pads crosswise over four wage classes are situated in Rohini, Dwarka, Narela, Vasant Kunj, Jasola, Pitampura, Paschim Vihar and Siraspur. The draw for the DDA’s new lodging plan, for which the urban body has gotten more than 46,000 applications, would be hung on Thursday, a senior authority said. The draw of part for the 46,182 registrants is slated to be held in the Vikas Sadan’s Auction Hall from 11 am, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) said. The 12,617 pads crosswise over four pay classifications are situated in Rohini, Dwarka, Narela, Vasant Kunj, Jasola, Pitampura, Paschim Vihar and Siraspur. The separation of pads are: HIG – 85; MIG – 403 ; LIG – 11,757; and Janta – 372. Of the aggregate number of pads, around 10,000 empty ones are from the 2014 lodging plan, while 2,000 have been lying empty. “The draw of parts will be hung on Thursday. We are altogether prepared for it,” the DDA official said. The whole strategy will be web-spilled live. The overall population can see the live broadcast of the draw online at the URL – http://webcast.gov.in/dda, he said. Intrigued candidates can likewise visit the DDA central command for review the screening of the draw. The 2017 lodging plan, which offers the 12,000 pads, extending from near Rs 7 lakh to over Rs 1.26 crore, was propelled on June 30. After the conclusion of the expanded due date for accommodation of structures, around 90,000 structures were sold. “The due date finished on September 11 and the aggregate number of uses got remain at more than 46,000. The last date for applying for any correction in frames finished on November 10,” another senior DDA official said. DDA’s Principal Commissioner (Housing) JP Agarwal said the DDA needs certified individuals to apply and avoid advertise hypothesis. The four classifications of houses are – HIG (high-salary gathering) pads estimated between Rs 53.52 lakh and Rs 126.81 lakh; MIG (center wage gathering) pads going from Rs 31.32 lakh to Rs 93.95 lakh; LIG (low-pay gathering)/one-room pads going from Rs 14.50 lakh to Rs 30.30 lakh; and Janta pads running from Rs 7.07 lakh to Rs 12.76 lakh. The DDA has attempted to address every single corresponding issue, including water supply and transportation, Agarwal said. The 2014 plan offered 25,040 pads crosswise over classifications, with costs extending between Rs 7 lakh and Rs 1.2 crore. The online reaction was massive to the point that the DDAs official site smashed not long after the dispatch. The one-room pads were offered in Dwarka, Rohini, Narela and Siraspur ranges.