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The All-India Anti-Corruption Committee said the crusader? ?38 square km Total population: 3 lakh (approx) City plan: Based on Chandigarh township model and is divided into 30 sectors Population comprise bureaucrats,This necessitated the development of Chandigarh as the new capital of Punjab after it lost Lahore to Pakistan during Partition, he said Amrutbhai Modha retired government engineer and an office-bearer of the Gandhinagar Shaher Jagrut Nagrik Parishadseconds Sharmas view He said another dimension to this is that a large chunk of government staffers who were from outside the state never made Gandhinagar their permanent homewhich contributed to its slow development But Suresh Patelpresident of Gujarat Institute of Housing and Estate Developers (GIHED)holds the state land policy responsible for this He said the entire land is in the state governments control and the latter is not releasing it to private developers This has discouraged construction of multi-storied housing complexes and commercial spaceshe said Activist Krishnakant Jhawho has been living in Gandhinagar since its inceptionsaid the town faces acute housing shortage because of the governments policy of keeping the private sector away He said a large number of bankersteachers from 40 schools and other staff are forced to stay in Ahmedabad because accommodation is either not available or is pretty expensive The Gujarat Housing Board (GHB) had constructed some houses 20 years agobut these were not adequate to support a growing population Jha said getting the private sector involved by altering the land policy is the only solution to the problem Officials from the state Town Planning Department refused to comment on the issue But Gandhinagar Urban Development Authority (GUDA) chairman Ashok Bhavsar said: Lets not look into the past Chief Minister Narendra Modi set up GUDA only three years ago Gandhinagar will definitely develop into a bustling township with all facilities After alldevelopment is a long process and there are no short cuts? Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad chief Rakesh Maria revealed this here on Saturday,UP and Andhra Pradesh.

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