"The ownership rights papers would be handed to the people of the 45 resettlement colonies in east Delhi by the Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday," she said.

Making the announcement while laying the foundation stone of a community centre in Trilokpuri area of east Delhi, she noted her government has also opened a residential school for scheduled caste (SC) and other backward classes (OBC) orphans in the area to ensure advancement of the weaker sections.

Dikshit said that the new community centre would be constructed over an area of 2,140 square metre at an estimated cost of Rs.3.75 crore for people to organize their social functions.

The land for the construction of the community centre and the required funds are being provided by the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) and the Trans Yamuna Development Board respectively.

Speaking about her government's achievements, Dikshit said that they have constructed 66 flyovers in last 10 years and also expanded infrastructure in the field of transport, education, health apart from regularizing large number of colonies.


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