Friday, March 19, 2010

Did you say .. EBDP.. ?

EAST BENGAL DISPLACED PERSONS’ ASSOCIATION
Established in 1954 & registered under societies Act XXI of 1860, member of Bhagiadari Scheme
I-1597, Chittaranjan Park,New Delhi110019 Phone No.26270311/26270312/40543728 Website:EPDPassociationcrpark. blogspot.com
Email: epdpsecretary@gmail.com


If you visit EBDP’s new building, you will reinvent none other than yourself. Find what you achieved by using this unifying platform called EBDP which is 56 years young today.


A. Present Continuous: -
 All RWA’s under the roof of EBDP
 Prompt follow up with MP/MLAs
 Local MCD counselor hears you at EBDP every Wednesday 8-9:30 AM
 VIPs come here to meet you
 Local police station invites you now a cup of tea to review security
 Publication of house journal, EBDP
- EBDP service saves your time and energy:
EBDP goes to-
 MCD (property tax etc.)
 Jal Board
 BSES
 IT Department
 MTNL...... to pay your taxes and bills.


- EBDP looks after Civic amenities
 Improved water supply
 Many streets resurfaced
 Many lanes completed
 Traffic management
 Installation of many electric poles/lights


B. Past Landmarks
 Allotment of plots in CR Park to the applicants during 1960s, 70s, 80s.
 Shouldered all responsibilities as an interface between residents and Govt./DDA/MCD in all matters during the formative phase of CR Park.
-remodelling of Fish Market
 Pedestrian footbridge over outer ring road between B-Block , CR Park and Pamposh enclave.
 Construction of new EBDP building.
 Database of entire population of CR Park
 Extension of Delhi Metro to Nehru Place in second phase.


C. Future Perfect
 Piped Natural Gas supply to each home.
 Rain water harvesting.
-Cleaning of Sewer and supply water pipelines of the colony
-After a steady follow up ,MCD’s outlay of Rs 611.1 crores will now be spent to carpet all roads and lanes of the colony
 Fund to each RWA for maintenance of poles, roads etc.
 Railway reservation counters at market.
*****Caring for the old and underprivileged
 Old age home at A-Block (100 sq. yds, plan for 3 floors has been submitted by us to DDA)
- general security for the dependant old population
- general and emergency medical help
-monetary help to the underprivileged for marriage, education , school fees,books,health care
 Removal of encroachment on roads, pavements and pathways.
 CGHS dispensary at CR Park.
 Strategies for traffic decongestion.
 Green and eco strategies.
 Technological inventions e.g. solar energy, waterless urinal, electricity saver etc.
 Fire fighting station during Durga puja.
 Study of migration, growth of dependent population etc and project consequences.
 Pro-active stance to fight disaster.
 Enhancement of ICT facilities towards E-governance.
 Facilities to socialize and uphold cultural activities.


Please touch the right cord by sending suggestions through letter/email.

EBDP is a non-profit earning 56 years old social institution which has left its impression on the sands of time, has been surviving on donations.
For the project ***Caring for the Old and the Underprivileged , mentioned above , we need immediate donations. Donors get Income Tax exemtions under section 80 G of IT Act, Govt. of India for all such donations .
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Spot News



Rain Water Harvesting Project for H-block park was inaugurated by Sh. S.S. Khandpal, Director ( Horticulture) in the presence of prominent citizens. Sh. S.D.Singh, CEO of an NGO for Environment and Forest was also present.



Candle Light march by nearly 500 residents on 4 Feb.2010.
EBDP organised the candle March in protest against the malicious and slanderous reporting by Hindusthan Times on 26 th and 27 th January 2010 to bring disharmony amongst various communitiues of CR Park.The March re-affirmed the feeling of oneness across caste , community and religion .


Over a dispute of allotment of the only open area ( or only lungs among the cluttered buildings) of the between M,N,P and pocket 52 which is being used by all communities around it for cultural / social functions and as the only playground for a large number of children to Buddha Tri Ratna Mission, Hon'ble High Court dismissed the petition of the local residents. Surprisingly, Hindusthan Times overdid this reporting by writing "CR Park loses land case, Delhi wins... the dominant community of an area cannot stop a member of any other community from entering any public space in that area". The residents are again moving a fresh petition to the Court.