BENGALURU: Wednesday witnessed yet another gathering of Arkavathy Layout allottees on the BDA campus demanding justice for their sites that had been denotified by the government.
The allottees insist that they will either file a case against BDA or go on an indefinite dharna later this month if they are not given alternative sites.
Over 300 allottees took part in the protest on Wednesday. A memoradum with signatures of most of those present will be submitted to the Chief Minister, BDA Commissioner and Urban Development Minister on Thursday, said M Nagaraj who heads the Arkavathy Layout (BDA) Site Allottees Association.
Insisting that the BDA offer alternative sites within Arkavathy Layout, Nagaraj said,“We are meeting again on February 22 to decide whether to file a case of cheating or breach of trust by the BDA or to go on an indefinite dharna.”
BDA Member-Secretary P N Nayak and Member Basavaraju heard the grievances. Basavaraju assured the gathering that a final decision will be taken by the BDA during its Board meeting on February 16.