Mumbai people who won the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) lottery are very upset that their houses have no electricity, water supply. Despite this problem, Maharashtra Housing Board is planning to sell another 3,500 flats. Mid Day reported that on December 24, 2009, MHADA posted ads for on newspapers that said that MHADA forms can be bought and submitted between January 1, 2010 and January 22, 2010 from all the branches of Saraswat Bank (another report said HDFC bank). As per news paper reports, only 12% of these flats are preserved for middle and high-income groups. bolmamabol.blogspot.com says:
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The application forms for buying these houses will be available at selected 15 HDFC branches from January 12 to January 30. These houses will be handed over to persons beloging to the economically weaker sections (EWS) as well as the lower, middle and high income groups. The MHADA has constructed flats at Pratiksha Nagar in Sion, Sahakar Nagar at Chembur, Canara Engineering at Ghatkopar , Shailendra Nagar at Dahisar, Bimbisar Nagar and Siddharth Nagar at Goregaon, Chandivli, Tagore Nagar and Kannamwar Nagar at Vikroli, and Versova in Andheri.