India’s largest surveyors and surveyors of residential property are facing a major threat to their health and wellbeing.
The government has been moving aggressively to control the construction of new homes and renovate old ones, with the aim of ensuring the country’s population is fully covered.
In the past few months, it has sought to restrict the number of surveys, restrict their use and restrict their activities.
The country’s largest non-government organisation, the Surveyors’ Federation of India (SFIA), has warned that the surveyors’ vest will be the biggest threat in the country.
The surveyors are one of the few non-governmental organisations in India that have a vested interest in ensuring the construction and renovation of the countrys first home, according to the SFIA.
“The surveyor’s vest will make it impossible for the surveyor to do the survey work.
It will be a huge threat to the health and well-being of the people,” said Anil Goyal, general secretary of the SFia.
The SFIA has asked the government to implement strict regulations in the survey of residential properties, including the prohibition of surveys conducted in areas where the building is being constructed.
“We also have a concern that some of the houses which are being built in the national capital could be constructed in other areas without the permission of the government,” said Goyal.
According to Goyal and other surveyors who spoke to The Hindu, the main reasons for their concern are that the construction companies have started to construct houses in areas not designated for them, and that the government has taken away the rights of the surveyoring fraternity.
Goyal said the survey companies also feel that the land surveyors have been left behind and are being kept behind by the government.
The surveyors were also not consulted in the selection of projects and construction of houses.
The construction of the first home is seen as the next milestone in India’s development.
The government has sought that this home be constructed by the end of this year.
But the survey firms are worried that the country will be left with no house.
“When we see houses being built on land that has no natural habitat, it is quite an alarming development.
We are concerned that the new house will be built on a land that is very suitable for building houses,” said a surveyor.”
What we have seen is the construction being carried out by the construction firms without any consultation with the surveyorate.
It is a major setback to the progress of the project,” said another surveyor who declined to be named.
“We are afraid that it will be done in the next few months.
We have not been consulted on the selection and construction work.”
Another surveyor said that the entire construction process has been carried out without any proper consultation with surveyors.
“The government does not want us to go ahead with our project, which is quite important.
This is what is really going to destroy the country,” he said.”
They are saying that it is the survey surveyor vests.
The construction is all done by the contractors without our consent,” said the other surveyor on condition of anonymity.
“I feel that I will be able to get some relief from the government through a petition.”
The surveyor is now planning to lodge a petition with the National Green Tribunal seeking that the first house be constructed at the National Capital.
The land surveyor surveyor general secretary said that there is a lot of pressure on the government in the construction industry to complete the project by next year.
“This survey is not just a survey survey but also a survey of the whole land and of the entire area around the land.
We were told that it has to be done by this year but the construction is still going on,” said Dr Ramesh.
According the survey, a major hurdle is the lack of awareness about the survey.
“There is a fear that the whole survey is being done by contractors who are not interested in doing surveys,” said Ramesho.
“It is an issue that needs to be addressed,” he added.
The Surveyors Federation of Indian states and territories said that as a surveyors union, it would be difficult to challenge the government on the issue of surveys.
“At this point, we are concerned about the implementation of this survey, as we are worried about the effect of the moratorium on construction of dwellings,” said Akshay Thakkar, secretary general of the federation.