After announcement of 90% quota for Delhi students in DU majority of landlord from north and south campus area are getting worried about future of their income.
One of the owners Mrs Sheena from Roop Nagar complains, renting house has been the source of income in our family from generations and we never forced our twin son bitto and chotu to study hard. After implementation of 90% quota in DU, we won’t be having flood of students coming and renting as they do each year. Mrs Aurora who runs a mess in Mukherjee Nagar expressed similar views.
Home owner association of student rental proposed to turn their houses into Rain Basera. Commenting on practicality of their proposal, Chairmen of association said, we already renting out one small room to 3-4 students and we have infra structure to accommodate more and more people in one room. Welcoming their proposal, AAP spokesperson said they are overwhelmed with generosity of Delhiwalha.
Though, property dealer from Hari Nagar Mr Makhan see a light at the end of tunnel. Continuously chewing his pawn and typing something hastily on his blackberry he commented, “See Mr Sisodia confirms 90% quota applies to any one who did their 10+2 from Delhi considering this we should feel happy about scope of growth in rental market. Earlier, parents used to send their kids only for college education, now people will be enrolling their kids from 11 standards this will provide scope of new schools and rental demand will also increase.”
Bhiku, who is selling bhelpuri in front of Law campus from generations is very happy with this news.