Builders think the work will be stopped if the authorities do not reach these areas. This causes migration and can pose other challenges to the government of the country.

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JAIPUR: Government coordinators have sent a letter to the secretary-general asking management to allow their workers to search construction sites after police blocked their activities during the Covid ban.

Builders think the work will be stopped if the authorities do not reach these areas. This causes migration and can pose other challenges to the government of the country.

According to data, more than 75,000 workers are working in the construction sector. Gopal Das Gupta, president, CREDAI Rajasthan, said, “Our team has informed CS and senior police that in the last few days staff are facing difficulties in locating construction sites.

The court said that after receiving a response from the police, workers were allowed to bring the passports given to them by the manufacturer.

Meanwhile, government regulators registered with the Real Estate Authority are looking for another year to complete the project.

Many believe that the recent increase in government spending has disrupted store renovations over the past six months. “The economic downturn could have an impact on our economy, including declining demand, production, jobs, money, a crisis for all EMI payers, low purchasing power., Cost of goods and frequent cancellations. Everything has changed,” the manufacturer said.

The developer requested an automatic extension for the last year but failed to complete the extension form. “The deadline for projects completed on March 1 should be extended by RERA every year. The penalty should be abolished as it has powers as under Law 7 of the Rajasthan Property (Law and Development) Regulations 2017,” said a CREDAI member.

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