NIT cancels the rent of Nagarik Sahakari Rugnalaya, orders the demolition of the house

Taking a firm stand on the broken Nagarik Sahkari Rugnalaya, the Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) canceled its lease of land on North Ambazaria. In addition, NIT also ordered the administrator to demolish the hospital building in a dilapidated state. It can be said that the hospital has been shut down since 2013.On 24 December, the chairperson of the NIT held a hearing and, eventually, on 7 January, an order was issued to revoke the lease of Nagarik Rugnalaya. The developer was asked to remove the system within the next 30 days.

Otherwise, the NIT will demolish the buildings and the expenses will be recovered from the Rugnalaya government. NIT allocated 5.482 m2 of land on the North Ambazari road to build a hospital in the 1970s on a 30-year lease. The lease included a provision that if the Rugnalaya were unable to operate the hospital, the land would be returned to the NIT. Due to several factors, the hospital was unable to operate and it was decided to hand it over to a private party. In 2007, the Rugnalaya management signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the M / S Quality Care Health Group, but it did so. 2010: In 2010,Expression of interest was invited and the Dr. Arneja Cardiology Institute was chosen to establish a modern hospital.

Dr Bhalchandra Subhedar, the city’s senior physician, had filed a PIL before the Bombay High Court of Nagpur, challenging the Development Agreement between Nagpur Nagrik Rugnalaya and Dr Arneja.The High Court quashed and set aside the deal, and subsequently the Supreme Court also dismissed the SLP filed by Dr Arneja. Since then, the hospital building has been in ruins. Dr. Bhalchandra Subhedar filed another PIL through Adv Akshay Sudame seeking the establishment of a committee to investigate and submit procedures for the re-establishment of the hospital and direction against NIT to initiate proceedings for the cancelation of the allocation of land to the Rugnalaya. On 17 December 2019, a division bench consisting of Justice Sunil Shukre and Justice Rohit Deo ordered NIT to complete a two-month investigation into the cancelation of the allocation to Rugnalaya.Pursuant to a notice given by the High Court, NIT informed the Rugnalaya of the reasons why the allocation should not be cancelled.

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