Landlord waives lease of 70 college students for 3 months | Jaipur Information



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JAIPUR: In view of the disaster confronted by aspirants of aggressive exams and college students because of the lockdown, a landlord, who’s a excessive court docket advocate, has waived three months’ lease of 70 college students staying at his PG amounting to Rs 7 lakh. To date, complete room lease amounting to round Rs 10-15 lakh has been waived off by many landlords after the marketing campaign launched by Rajasthan Berozgar Ekikrit Mahasangh.
“I personal two PGs – one at Gurjar ki Thadi and the opposite at Maharani Farm. A lot of the college students who keep at my PG research on the teaching centres. I waived their lease for 3 months (March, April and Could). They pay Rs 3,000 every for a mattress and in the event that they go for meals, we cost them Rs 6,000 every,” stated Rohit Gautam, who stays at Gurjar ki Thadi and practices regulation on the excessive court docket. He has been working the PGs for the previous three years.
“None of them has come again but. So, I’ve determined to waive their lease until they return – be it as much as July or August. The mother and father of those college students are poor. So, how can we cost them when there’s a lockdown within the state? This is able to be very insensitive and in opposition to humanity. All of us are dealing with difficulties on this state of affairs; therefore, we must always perceive their issues as effectively. I really feel, all of the landlords ought to do the identical,” he added. Gautam’s father can also be an advocate on the excessive court docket. He has seven members in his household.
Convener of Rajasthan Berozgar Ekikrit Mahasangh Upen Yadav stated, “Had the political leaders ran such a marketing campaign, then the issues of the scholars would have been solved simply.”
“Two landlords of Jyoti Nagar, Devendra Hada and Sohan Lal, waived a complete quantity of Rs 1.90 lakh of 21 college students staying at their PG for 3 months and one other landlord waived a complete quantity of Rs 1.60 lakh of the scholars,” he added.



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