how to generate challan for huda payment
Last month, the Haryana government has decided to rename three villages in districts Fatehabad, Hisar and Mahendragarh.
HUDA, a statutory body of the government, was established in 1977 under the Haryana Urban Development Authority Act, 1977.
9. Firstly, clause A-5 entitles the respondents to accept any bid or to reject any bid. This itself indicates that a contract could come into existence only upon the acceptance of the bid by the respondents. Till the acceptance of the bid, the respondents were entitled to reject the same. Thus, the mere fact that the bid is higher than the reserve price would make no difference.
In the written statement filed on behalf of the respondents, it has been stated that the bid was cancelled due to technical fault. The respondents had received complaints from the other bidders that the system stopped working and no last bids were shown. The Department received error reports in respect of five plots, as per report of the Service Provider vide its mail reply dated 5.4.2017 (Annexure R-1). Respondent No.4 has cancelled the e-auction in respect of plot No.780, Section 2(P), Urban Estate, Rohtak and four other plots, due to band width choking. The 4 of 10 . Downloaded on – 23-12-2017 20:44:20 . CWP No.15610 of 2017 -5- information/ page has not been updated in system and resulted into error message of ‘NON’. It has been asserted that the action is bonafide and in public interest.
2 of 5 CWP No.24551 of 2016 3 as per brochure terms and conditions. The other terms and conditions were same. After having received the email on 16.11.2016, the petitioner visited the website of the respondents to ascertain the reasons for extension of e- auction which had already been concluded at 5 PM on 15.11.2016. The petitioner located an undated corrigendum issued under the signatures of Estate Officer which did not contain any valid reason for invalidating his concluded bids in respect of the plot in question. The corrigendum referred to technical reason which according to the petitioner is wrong because he after having offered his highest bid had sent an email on 15.11.2016 at 5.11 PM to e-auction agency to which the technical work had been outsourced by HUDA. Despite personal visit of the petitioner to the office of respondent Nos. 3 and 4 on 16.11.2016 at 9.30 AM, he was not confronted with any complaint from any bidder nor copy of any such complaint was provided to him. According to the petitioner, the concluded bidding period was extended by respondent Nos. 3 and 4 with an ulterior motive to help their own men. The petitioner alongwith similarly affected bidders submitted representation dated 16.11.2016, Annexure P.5 to the Administrator, HUDA, Sector 14, Gurgaon with a prayer that their bid should be accepted and they should be allowed to pay the required earnest money amount being the highest bidder. The petitioner having successfully bided for the said plot had not participated in the extended e-auction under the bonafide belief that being the highest bidder in a concluded e-auction, bid of any other person in respect of the said plot will not be allowed. However, it came to the notice of the petitioner that one Mr. Saurabh Gautam who had offered bid of ` 98,76,400/- on 15.11.2016 in respect of the said plot, had bid for ` 1,11,76,400/- on 17.11.2016 in the extended e-auction which made him the highest bidder of the said plot, causing prejudice to the right of the
4. We have heard learned counsel for the petitioner.
“We have informed shop owners not to stack their goods outside the shop premises, else they will be forced to pay challan,” said the EO.
The authority issued challans asking the erring residents to pay Rs 5,000 each.
SCO NO 117-118, TOP FLOOR, SECTOR 17-B, CHANDIGARH
On creation of the State of Haryana in the 1966, Electrical Inspectorate Haryana started its functioning with Headquarters at Chandigarh. The Department functions under the administrative control of the Principal Secretary to Govt. Haryana, Power Department. The Department is basically a statutory and the service rendering department and falls under Non-Plan Scheme. Its Head of Department is designated as the ‘Chief Electrical Inspector’ to Government of Haryana. It is governed under the provisions of the Electricity Act, 2003 (36 of 2003) and Central Electricity Authority (Measures relating to Safety and Electric Supply) Regulations, 2010 as applicable to the State of Haryana. The Chief Electrical Inspector is assisted by other officers/officials i.e. Executive Engineer/Assistant Engineers/Junior Engineers to carry out the inspection of various electrical installations and investigation into electrical accident cases throughout the State, whether these installations belong to/erected by UHBVN/DHBVN/HVPN or its constituents or by other Government Departments/Organizations or to the Private Sector. The department has 06 sub-centres each headed by an Executive Engineer at Panipat, Gurugram I, Gurugram II, Hisar, Rohtak and Faridabad.