KOCHI: The Maradu homeowners who are getting interim compensation approved by the Justice K. Balakrishnan Nair committee should file an affidavit before the Maradu Municipality on Sunday as the disbursal of payments will begin on Monday.
Sub-collector Snehil Kumar Singh, who is supervising the demolition of the apartment complexes in his capacity as the municipal secretary, on Saturday, said that 107 owners eligible for the interim compensation should file an affidavit stating that they are the actual owners of the flats. The affidavit should contain bank account details attached.
"The submitted details will be checked and if all the details are up to the mark, the fund will be transferred to their accounts in two days," Mr Singh said.
The panel which received 196 claim petitions, will hear the remaining on Tuesday. The Supreme Court, which ordered the demolition of these illegal constructions on May 8, will hear on its progress on Friday.
However, no government order on the disbursal of funds has reached the local body, which is responsible for the transfer of payments.
Meanwhile, the two companies assigned for the demolition of the five skyscrapers, including a twin tower, started preparatory works on Saturday.
They started removing windows and doors of Alfa Serene apartment complex....