Bhubaneswar: Odisha’s duped chit fund depositors can now claim their dues online as the State finance minister Niranjan Pujhari Friday launched a new government ‘website’ – www.opid.odisha.gov.in – for the purpose in the presence of the finance principal secretary Ashok Meena.
With launch of the website, duped depositors will no more be required to go to the tahasil office for submission of their claim applications; they will submit the same either from their home or through Mo Seva Kendra (The address of the nearest Mo Seva Kendra is available in the site www.odishaone.gov.in). This website will be convenient not only for receiving claim applications but also for their processing quickly. This website will also help the field verification team for identification of genuine depositors and their actual claim. Further, this website will definitely be very beneficial for the duped depositors to submit their claim application through online during these pandemic days and consequential Lockdown/Shutdown. Taking forward the objectives of the 5T agenda of the Government, this website is another initiative of the Government for identification of genuine depositors and to ascertain their actual claim in a very transparent and time bound manner.
To start with the online claim applications are invited from the depositors of Hi-Tech Estates and Promoters Private Limited and M/s Rajdhani System and Estate Pvt. Ltd., who have invested money in the Kalyan Vihar, Kalyan Vihar Phase-II, Bhagya Nagar, Kunja Vihar and Pushpanjali Enclave plotted schemes of the Companies to get land (plots) and defrauded by them, which neither returned their deposits nor provided them with any land/ plot.
Hereafter, online claim applications will be invited from the duped depositors of different fraudulent financial establishments where the Adinterim attachment orders passed by government have been made absolute by the Designated Court.