PROGRESS REPORT I: COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT

Integrated Slum Development, Jodhpur
Vijay and Kalakar Colony, Kutto ka Bada

LEED Collective and Unnati

Contents
PROGRESS REPORT I: COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT.......................................................1 Contents .....................................................................................................................................2 1. Understanding the Community ..........................................................................................3 Settlement: Location and Boundaries ................................................................................3 History of the Settlements..................................................................................................5 Community Character........................................................................................................5 2. Community Infrastructure Mapping ..................................................................................6 Entry and Exits, Road Network and hierarchy ..................................................................6 Transportation ....................................................................................................................7 Health and Hospital Services .............................................................................................8 Sewage and Defecation......................................................................................................8 Water Supply .....................................................................................................................8 Water Drainage and Logging.............................................................................................9 Solid Waste Disposal and Collection.................................................................................9 PDS Ration.......................................................................................................................10 Kirana Stores and Vegetables ..........................................................................................10 Educational Facilities.......................................................................................................10 Postal Services, Bank, Police Station ..............................................................................10 3. Community Concerns ......................................................................................................11 4. Key Discussion Issues and Program Design Approaches................................................12 General.............................................................................................................................12 Infrastructure Related.......................................................................................................13 List of Questions ..............................................................................................................15 5. Next Steps to take ................................................................................................................17 6. Appendix..............................................................................................................................19

Appendix A. Appendix B. Appendix C. Appendix D. Appendix E. Appendix F.

Community based Plot Ownership Maps Community based Plot Ownership Records UIT Survey based Ownership Records Resident Association Members (CBO) Mapping Resident Association Members Resource Contact List, Jodhpur

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Vijay Colony and Lok Kalakar Colony are the two bastis that were selected as the pilot areas for the community-based integrated slum development project after conducting a rapid assessment. This report summarizes the outcome of a series of community consultations, field surveys, interviews with officials, secondary data collection, etc. The objective is to better understand existing conditions of the slum, the needs and aspirations of its people, and its implications for the project in delivering services to the urban poor as per IHSDP goals.

1. Understanding the Community
Unnati and LEED Collective representatives engaged with the communities of the selected bastis in an effort to understand the people, their surroundings and their concerns. The meetings were notified in advanced and scheduled at a time convenient to the residents before and after work hours (before 8:00 am and after 6:00 pm) and on Amavas which is a holiday for most of residents engaged as daily wage earners.

Settlement: Location and Boundaries

The two bastis are located in the north-west part of Jodhpur city off the Sur Sagar road in Ward 1. They are mostly settled on hilly terrain with the Kutto ka Bada facility located on the flat land between them. The land belongs to UIT and the settlement was notified in 1999 but only a few households are listed on the survey. Figure 1 shows the location of the slum in the Jodhpur City.

The two bastis are part of the larger settlement generally referred to as the Kutto ka Bada because of the stray dog housing facility around which they grew. The quality of housing stock and tenure status of houses near the main access street along the east edge made it distinct from the rest of the streets. Thus, they were excluded from the project boundary and were not included in the community led plot mapping exercise. However, subsequent representation in a community consultation from the houses revealed that they face similar service delivery issues and identify with the Kutto ka Bada basti area. The lack of community mobilization and participation, distinct spatial characteristics and seemingly independent community of these houses led us to keep them out of the project boundary.

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The two settlements i.e. Vijay Colony and Lok Kalakar Colony were identified as the most vulnerable and hence were chosen as the focus of this project. The geographic extent of both the bastis was determined with the help of people living here. The boundaries were identified by the community and are shown in Figure 2.

Kalakar Colony

Kalakar Colony is situated north of the main access street that leads to the Kutto ka Bada and is flanged by hillocks on the east and west. It abuts with Ganesh Colony on the north and the dividing line as defined by the community by a small open space on the two roads that connect the Kalakar Colony with Ganesh Colony. Beyond these widening, the infrastructure provisions and economic status of households are in a comparatively better state.

Vijay Colony

Vijay Colony is situated south of the Kutto ka Bada. Its extents on the west are constrained by a towering wall of a new facility that is coming up on the location. The eastern edge is defined by the steep terrain. It abuts Jai Colony on the south and the boundary is defined by the beginning of its gentler slope. The terrain and surrounding properties divide the Vijay Colony into two distinct north and south clusters.

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History of the Settlements

The people of Kalakar colony proclaim that the area was initially settled in 1985-86 by 150 Langa families after they had an occasion to perform for Rajiv Gandhi, who heeded their request to be settled. Vijay Colony on the other hand is newer and settled in approximately 1994-95 by people who either migrated from villages to look for employment or from other parts of the city. Given the availability of free land this pattern continues even today as there is space available in the colony. People report that effort was made by the UIT in the past to coerce them to free the land while there have been cases of fleeing (two slum house walls stand enclosed within a newly built enclosure of a plot boundary wall) apparently under pressure from private parties with possible monetary compensation. The construction of a high wall along one edge of the settlement to develop a facility which is either a film studio or a resort further raises questions on the future of the settlement.

Community Character

The Kalakar colony area reveals some differences in community cohesion based on residence in either one of the two streets that compose the colony. Langas are mostly settled on the west street and refer to the area as Langa Colony. Those who live on the east street do not share the history of the artist community and thus, refer to it simply as Kutto ka Bada or even Ganesh Colony that actually lies to the north of the settlement. However since both the streets of the colony function as one community and have developed brotherhood over the years, for the purposes of this project and all official dealings the settlement will be called Lok Kalakar or simply Kalakar colony.

In Vijay Colony the enthusiasm of a few to bring sanctity to a young settlement facing a more severe threat of eviction acts as a strong binding force. However the volatile nature of the settlement given the continued pattern of people settling in the available tracts of land and the distinct north and south cluster formation creates gaps in community linkage as was evident in conversations on issues of ownership of houses that stand boarded or dilapidated during community led mapping exercise.

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A majority of residents of Kalakar Colony are Muslims, while that of Vijay Colony are Hindu in their religious leanings though a sprinkling of the other exists in both settlements. People in both settlements are primarily engaged in daily wage labour in the nearby quarries though some conduct home-based economic activities while Langas have additional earnings from occasional artistic performances. The issue of alcoholism is not overarching in the communities but some in the Langa community were prone to addiction was the consensus of a community discussion.

2. Community Infrastructure Mapping
In a detailed community consultation location of community services were mapped and issues of availability, quality and distance were discussed. It consisted of mapping the
transportation nodes, commercial centres, primary education and healthcare facilities, water supply, sewage and drainage networks and the economy within the settlement. Refer to figures 3 through 5

for the location of these amenities on the map.

Entry and Exits, Road Network and hierarchy

The main access road from the Sur Sagar road is cement topped and has a carriage way of about 10 feet. Two roads and an alley branches northwards into the Kalakar Colony, while a wide open space leads into Vijay Colony to the south. This main access road makes a big loop passing through the Mali Colony and Jalia Bara before meeting the Sur Sagar Road.

The two North-South roads in Kalakar Colony are of compact earth and stone. It is accessible to motorized traffic for most part. The road on the east extends into Ganesh Colony, while the other road ends in a pathway over difficult terrains. The alley on the west is of varying widths and often punctuated by building and changes in terrain.

Vijay Colony is settled along a north south spine which is defined more as a residual space between the houses made of compact earth and stones. Beyond few yards into the settlement, it is not accessible even to bicycle due to the terrain. There are few alleys extending from the central spine to access a row of houses on the eastern side. The main spine connects to Jai Colony on the south. Sur Sagar road can also be accesses through two exits from within the settlement via what is so called a ‘proposed road’.

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Transportation

People travel to work by walking or hitch-hiking to the Phidusar chouraha which is 3 ½ kms away and is a congregation place for daily wage earners in the quarries. Convenient public transport of buses (Bus no. 2) and tempo ply on the Sursgar Road connects to the city or to other work centers. Limited private means of transport like cycle, two-wheelers and an odd three-wheeler were also spotted in both colonies. A few carry their cycles on their backs on the difficult terrain that is the only access to their house.

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Health and Hospital Services

The two main hospitals in the city, namely the Mahatma Gandhi Hospital and the Umaid Hospital that are located at a distance of about 3 and 5 kms respectively from the slums. The nearest government hospital is in the Gaushala area, 0.8 km north on the Sur Sagar Road. It is open 7 days a week, has two doctors and provides free medicines. Additionally, it provides family planning services, immunization for mother and child and refers serious cases to the main hospital. A pravasika (mid-wife) from this hospital visits the basti 1-2 times a month including a visit every first Thursday (Friday incase of holiday) to the anganwadi. She primarily looks after the issues of child and women’s health. Some residents complain that the hospital does not open on time which is causes inconveniences. Some pregnant women travel to Baldevnagar or one of the main two hospitals mentioned above. The area however has no history of water borne diseases or major epidemics.
Sewage and Defecation

Sewage provision is lacking in the area and defecation happens in the open on the hill sides and sometimes in the dark to avoid public harassment. In the Kalakar Colony the hills at the western edge of the settlement is used. However, there too, the space is limited due to the presence of a temple at about five feet from the edge. In Vijay colony it is the area beyond its eastern hill edge. This area facing Sur Sagar Road has seen immense development, which is the reason for recent conflict over the use of the area for defecation.
Water Supply

Water supply to the area is through community taps that run for an hour or two every alternate day in the morning. This water is then stored mostly in matkas and by few in sintex or underground tanks. There are four taps in Kalakar colony of which two are inside the colony, one in front of Kutto ka Bada and other on the boundary edge with Ganesh Colony. The first tap was installed by the people themselves and the pipe pulled over tough terrain all the way from the bypass road. There is now a water pipeline on the street to the south of the colony and a new construction has pulled a connection to its house entrance from this line. In Vijay Colony there is one community tap at its north entrance from the Bada area. The south cluster of Vijay Colony uses the community tap of Jai Colony, while some people cross over to Sur Sagar Road and fetch water from there.

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Water Drainage and Logging

There is no storm water or open waste water drainage system. Water flows along the terrain from higher levels of Vijay and Kalakar Colony to the Kutto ka Bada facility. The Bada has seen water logging to a height of 2’ or more a few years back. The problem is aggravated with the Bada facility not having a drainage system either. The area between the two clusters of Vijay colony has also seen severe water logging to a height of 4-5’ according to a resident while some of the area drains to Jai Colony in the south.
Solid Waste Disposal and Collection

Garbage disposal is mostly localized near people’s own houses and sometimes covered with mud. The collection point for Vijay colony is the open ground at its north entrance, while Kalakar Colony collects its garbage on land in front of the Kutto ka Bada facility. The clearing of the collected garbage is undertaken once a year or so. The huge garbage bin towards Vijay colony north entrance just outside the wall of the Bada campus is used to throw away dead dogs; it is cleaned once in 6-7 days. This may create some foul smell and the some diseased dogs may occasionally play with children of the area but in general no real threat is reported by the stray dogs of the Kutto ka Bada facility.

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PDS Ration

The PDS ration shop of Ward 11 is at the entrance of the Kutto ka Bada area and the areas own ration shop is in the Sur Sagar area about 30 minutes away. The information about the arrival of goods is poor, distance to the shop is inconvenient and most of the time goods are sold out on enquiry from the residents. Therefore, few people from the settlements use the PDS facility.
Kirana Stores and Vegetables

There are two home-based kirana stores in Kalakar Colony and one in Vijay Colony. Biliya’s shop in Kalakar Colony sells a lot of daily use items rice, lentils, wheat flour, soaps, sweet meats even milk etc. while the other two sell only items like sweetmeats, mouth fresheners etc. Most people purchase daily use goods and vegetables on their way back from work, which can be in any part of the city, on Sur Sagar Road or stores at the entrance to the area. Mobile vegetable vendors also sell at certain times of the day in front of the Bada campus.
Educational Facilities

The provision for education is limited particularly in terms of infrastructure availability. In the basti Raju, owner of the Biliya kirana store rents a one room space to the government to run a primary school for Class I-V with two teachers. It now also houses an anganwadi for pre-school child care, maternity and child immunization support. There are two middle schools from Class I-VIII within a kilometer from the basti; one is a private institution at Jaaliya Bera to the west and the other is a government institution on Sur Sagar Road with six teachers, eleven rooms and toilet facilities. A secondary school from Class I-X is at a distance of 2 kms on Sur Sagar Road. However no one from the two bastis go there. 50% of the children in the area go to the primary school in the basti where they are also provided with mid day meals. The reason for low school attendance was linked to the lack of inclination and responsibility of household chores in the absence of parents who are at work.
Postal Services, Bank, Police Station

The post office and Police Station are located at a distance of 3 kilometers north of the basti, in the Sur Sagar area. Postman delivers mail at doorsteps in the area wherever there is mail. The nearest bank is the Jodhpur Sahkari Nagrik Bank located near the post office, but most of the residents do not use any banking services.

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3. Community Concerns
The following specific concerns were raised by the communities and described as significant for an improved quality of life and residence in the area:

Overall: • • • • Diseased dogs from the Bada facility come in contact with the children. Dog stink is unbearable at times Sewage gutter is lacking Land tenure BPL and Ration Card is not provided to many people

Kalakar Colony • • • • • No formal Sadak or road and some parts are inaccessible to even a cycle Water supply is limited to a few community taps and the supply is intermittent Latrine or toilets is described as the most important problem though people are not in favour of community toilets as it is difficult to maintain. Electrification is limited and a house connection is not affordable for most people Kachra or garbage is disposed locally and piles up in front of the Kutto ka Bada facility, which is cleared only once a year

In Vijay Colony: • • • • • • Electrification, particularly lack of street lighting makes terrain navigation difficult Water supply is every alternate day and there is only one dedicated community tap, the other is shared with Jai Colony Latrine is described as an important issue particularly with development on Sur Sagar Road and subsequent conflict with the defecation area Sadak (Road) is needed as terrain is not even conducive for pedestrian traffic Saap or snakes come out often, which is problematic given there is no street electrification Some people raised issue over the name of the colony

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4. Key Discussion Issues and Program Design Approaches
General

1. It is important to communicate to the people the true intentions of the project and eliminate any fears about Unnati being a face for a developer or financial agency.

2. Create a platform for community interaction, cohesion and community building It is significant to strengthen community character through creation of community spaces, events, resident association etc. 3. Finalize and communicate project boundary to stakeholders The inclusion of the east edge entrance street to the Kutto ka Bada basti needs consideration and the project boundaries put before the people for finalization. 4. Deliberate on the issue of colony and street names A community consensus is needed on the name of the basti since reference is simultaneously made to Langa Colony, Lok Kalakar Colony and Kutto ka Bada basti. In Vijay Colony some people raised issue over the name of the colony therefore it should be clarified and finalized. The naming of one or two streets will bring clarity in project execution, service delivery and is an opportunity to build community identity. 5. Issue of vacant houses, low density and space availability Vijay colony has some boarded houses and some vestigial with stone wall remains. The owners of such houses are sometimes known to the community but that may not always be the case. There is some empty ground space between all inhabited and uninhabited houses that hold the capacity to settle more people in the future, while in general the density of houses is less. These have important repercussion for the project and need to be discussed at this stage of the project.

6. Design a facility for migrant workers The settlement has a lot of houses that are locked and vacant possibly by seasonal migrant workers from surrounding areas. The issue should be looked at in detail and proposal for migrant housing formulated accordingly.

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Infrastructure Related

7. Building on existing infrastructure and design innovation The settlement has existing pathways, roads, community water taps, open spaces and designed entrances to the house that are used and serve a certain purpose for the people. To build on them will preserve and strengthen community sense of place, assist project development and validate community design innovation.

8. Access, convenience and comfort to be at the core of transportation and traffic regulation • • • Public means of transportation seems adequate in the area though a formal bus and tempo shelter on the Sur Sagar Road can make the experience more comfortable. Visitor parking for Kutto ka Bada facility should be better defined to avoid the current free for all parking scenario. At least cycle and if possible two-wheeler and three-wheeler vehicular access to all houses should be insured on the difficult terrain of the settlements.

9. Relocation of the PDS shop for the settlement The current PDS shop for the settlements is far away and lack of information on arrival of goods makes it of little or no use to the people. Therefore it is important to either move it to a nearby location or explore the expansion of Ward 11 PDS shop located on the Main Road, Kutto ka Bada to accommodate people of Ward 1 as well.

10. Provision of both formal and informal commercial space Community consultation should be done on the provision of commercial space both big and small for kirana stores, medical store, milk booth and some informal spaces for vending of vegetables etc.

11. Promote education and improve educational and childcare infrastructure There is evident need for improved building and open space infrastructure for primary education including that for an anganwadi facility. It is also important to promote significance of all levels of education among the children and the people of the basti.

12. Improve access to medical facilities and programs for health and addiction management

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There is apparent dissatisfaction with access to medical assistance which has to be better understood in terms of distance, expense, private and public options including issues of alcoholism and health management in the community.

13. Provide sewage connections The need for dignity in defecation is severe though people expressed a preference for individual toilet facilities as maintenance is an issue in community toilets. The current house waste water discharge is low but there is need to evaluate house waste water generation post project implementation and the need to connect it to the sewage line.

14. Improve access and storage of water Access to water is difficult in general, more so in Vijay Colony where water is carried on the head over very difficult terrain. Water supply though limited may be adequate at the moment if only the access is improved through direct house connections and better storage facility.

15. Site drainage needs to be tackled and house drainage needs to connect Water logging on site and in the Kutto ka Bada is a serious problem though the encounter is occasional as rainfall in the geographic region is usually not heavy. Storm water drainage for the site needs to be designed and house rainwater needs to drain into it. Also drainage of the Kutto ka Bada facility needs improvement.

16. Better manage garbage collection and disposal There is need to propose alternatives in household garbage collection methods and its transfer to a disposal site for final collection by the municipal authorities. It is also important to understand official garbage collection and disposal protocol in the area and to strengthen community consciousness towards promotion of safe disposal.

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List of Questions

1. Consent form a. What is the process of consent taking from the settled communities for relocation and/or in-situ redevelopment? b.What is the content of the consent form? c. What if an individual does not consent? 2. Land allotment a. What is the eligibility criterion (proof of residence) for a patta that have not been surveyed until the 2004 regularization deadline and therefore do not have an allotted UIT survey number or for households that claim to have been omitted? b.What if the existing UIT survey number is in the name of an individual who sold the land/unit to another person or gifted it to a family member? c. What is the criterion for land/unit allocation in case of current joint family structure (family/household size, income, etc.)? Eg. Is a family of 2-3 brothers or sisters that have individual families but currently reside together given one or more pattas? d.What are the steps involved in obtaining land tenure and how long does it take? 3. Financial support a. What options and terms for financial support for house improvement if the dwelling unit is in good condition? What alternative sources exist? b.What is the mechanism for money transfer to HH if they choose to build the houses themselves or through a registered CBO? c. Do agencies provide additional support for use of innovative technology? d.What if a family is unable to afford 10-12% of the cost that is to be borne by the beneficiary? e. Is property tax levied on housing given under the IHSDP scheme? f. If beneficiary is unable to afford paying bills for individual water and electricity connections what service subsidy/finance options exist?

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4. How are the issues of ownership and maintenance of community assets tackled? 5. What is the general strategy towards local home-based economy of slums in such upgradation projects, especially where high rise is proposed? 6. The minimum area for allotment of a slum unit according to IHSDP is 25 sq mts. What possible area/unit allocation solution here when the plot size in the slum is between 15-135 sq m and unit size varies depending on families of 2-24 members? 7. What are other components of integrated development apart from ones listed below: a. Housing b. Services c. Employment d. Health e. Education f. Etc. 8. Can we verify the legal status of the plots that have apparently forcibly enclosed the some of the Vijay Colony area by a boundary wall? 9. If they are on UIT land then is it possible to include it as part of the project? 10. What building byelaws to follow on issues of setbacks etc.? 11. The average plot size according to UIT survey in KKB is 119 sq yards varying from as little as about 50 to 400 sq yards. The general rule is to give back the area that is encroached, so do we give uniform plots or vary sizes, if latter than how? 12. Is it possible to change the KKB entry exit? If yes then study the activity pattern around the Bada; vehicle in and out, parking needs etc. 13. How can future squatter be controlled in and around the settlements since land in the area is available?

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5. Next Steps to take
Land Survey A total station survey will be conducted in the selected area towards informing the future infrastructure and housing program for the settlement.

Household and Lifestyle Surveys To help build a complete profile of the people; how people live, utilize space and the issues they face on a daily basis towards formulating a preliminary development program.

Redevelopment Program The finalization of the components of the redevelopment program will not only need assimilation and analysis of socio-economic and cultural survey data but further stakeholder interaction to finalize program needs and solutions including design programming, preliminary zoning and research on alternative technologies.

Letter of authority from JMC / UIT The people of the settlements nurture many fears and it is important to dispel misconceptions through official endorsement.

Meeting with elected representative, UIT officials etc. The meetings are significant from the point of view of information collection, as a confidence building measure among various stakeholders and to inform the process in general.

Study Kutto ka Bada The infrastructure like lighting and drainage, and movement patterns of people, vehicles and goods to the KBB facility needs further investigation. It will inform design program needs like visitor parking or alternative access to the building.

Assess existing housing stock To build clarity on the kind of housing that will be delivered an assessment of the existing stock is needed both through observational means and survey analysis.

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Letter of consent from the residents The delivery of the project will be facilitated by signing of consent by the people.

List Beneficiaries Investigating all terms and conditions under the IHSDP guidelines and existing proofs of residence etc. it is important to list beneficiaries for clarity of scope in project delivery.

Meeting the Community The next meeting with the community needs to clearly outline the benefits under the IHSDP scheme and convey the need for people to contribution 10-12% of the housing cost.

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6. Appendix
Appendix A. Appendix B. Appendix C. Appendix D. Appendix E. Appendix F. Community based Plot Ownership Maps Community based Plot Ownership Records UIT Survey based Ownership Records Resident Association Members (CBO) Mapping Resident Association Members Resource Contact List, Jodhpur

Community Mapping and Assessment

Appendix B. Community based Plot Ownership Records
VIJAY COLONY: Plot Owners List House ID No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 29a 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 41a 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 Name of owner/head of the household UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN Bhomaram Bhararam Somti Premji Parasji Pappuram Vijayraj Shivlal Noor Mohammed Shyamji Sugana Bansi lal Raju Tulsi Ram/Jyarsi devi Papsa Ramlal Bhola Ramlal Munsa Kishan Suryaram Beejaram Bholaram Kaluram Mangalaram Ramesh Logaram Shankarlal Number of Members Community Survey Occupancy Status Remarks vacant + boarded vacant + boarded vacant + boarded Bansi lal no.18 occupies it since his house destroyed vacant vacant 2 households single access

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6

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no.13 no.12 vacant vacant + broken vacant + broken

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vestigial vacant plot locked no.23 no. 22 in hospital

1 4 3 4 7 5 2

vacant + broken no roof, deceased wife, wonders no.29a no.29 vacant vacant + broken house without a roof no clue about vacant + broken owner

Lolaram Suresh Sua Devi Chanda Devi Khetaram Tillaram Bastiram Lalaram Mohanram

3 3 lives smowhere else vacant plot 2 2 6 vacant empty, no clue about ownership and then someone said Pappu Devi plot marked, no construction on site

Pappu devi Nawab Khan Hanumanram empty Manoharlal Buddharam

vacant 5 vacant plot 4 7

no.51

VIJAY COLONY: Plot Owners List House ID Name of owner/head No. of the household 50 51 52 Shekhar Kammu Khan Mohini Bheekhu Number of Members 4 no.49 vacant + broken Occupancy Status

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53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68

Hameeda

Kamali Devi

Shivkumar Mangaram Dharmaram Bhararam Shyamlal Sharda Sua Devi w/o Mangaram Doongar Ram Narayan Ram Ramku Vimla Mohan ji

vacant plot vacant plot vestigial vestigial no.60 no.59 5 2 1 vacant 2 3 3 vacant

recently bought from Raju, woman claims widowhood, someone said separated, no clue of ownership and then the consensus on sundar singh no construction, plot boundary demarked with branches

a plot wall construction blocked entrance

vacant + broken vacant

*vacant = if the members have not been seen in the last 6 months or so * vacant + boarded = In addition to above, house boarded/blocked *vacant + locked = In addition to above, house intact and locked *vacant + broken = In addition to above, walls or roof damaged *locked = at the time of survey *vestigial = rudiments of a house wall etc. *vacant plot = plot with suggestive enclosure

Appendix B. Community based Plot Ownership Records
KALAKAR COLONY: Plot Owners List House ID No. 1 2 3 4 4a 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 11a Name of owner/head of the household Raju/Biliya Subaan Khan Akbar Kushala Ram Kushala Ram Elaichi Sirdar Tanna Singh Rathore Maeku Zaoor Khan Phakare Khan Hanib Khan Mimmi Number of Members 9 10 3 6 8 6 4 6 5 5 4 1 Occupancy Status Community Survey

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Remarks 2 married sons + 2 others

vacant plot

used by the same family

No. 11a No.11

vacant locked locked locked locked 4 married sons, survey in the name of brother Raju who is no longer here

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47

Mohammed Ayub Jayad Bhai Liyaqat Khan Bundu Bhai Amin Nek Mohammed Asim Khan Safi Khan Dammi Bargat Khan Mangu Khan Mangu Khan Ali Khan Saliman Khan Khameez Khan Gafoor Khan Janu Khan Sheru Khan Dargah Bali Khan Gani Khan Safi Khan Bargat Khan Rehman Khan Babu Khan Safaa Khan Latif Khan Nasir Khan Musa Khan Jamaal Khan Hammu Khan Ganni Khan Rehmat Khan Hanib Khan Barkat Khan Sindhi

14 4 9 vacant 14 7 5 8 7 25 7 vacant + broken 4 7 3 5 5 3 4 3 No.20 vacant + broken

survey in name of mother who is dead

No. 24 moved to baldev nagar, goats in house belong to house no.19

vacant + broken locked vacant + broken rents at another location no. 57

locked locked locked new occupant vacant + broken locked vacant + locked vacant + locked vacant + broken

2 vacant + broken 4 4 4 10

no. 46 no.45

locked vacant + broken rents the neighboring house no.46 lives with son in baldev nagar vacant + broken

KALAKAR COLONY: Plot Owners List House ID Name of owner/head No. of the household 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 Ismail Langa Kalu Langa kasai Usman Khan Meherdeen Langa Rafiq Rahima Bilal Barqat Hadar Hamir Premiji Bali Satyanarayan Malae Khan Narpat Sikandar Khan Naini Devi Majid Khan Subbi Meherdeen Sindhi Rehmat Khan Yasin Khan Rakim Khan Mubarak Khan Kalu Khan Sheru Khan Madrassa Musa Khan Kailash Bachana Ram Bali Khan Ismail Khan Sadik Mohammed Ruparam Ruparam Gauri Khan Kasim Khan Nawab Khan Jalaluddin Langa Asim Khan Iqbal Gulam Rasool Bhaichan Babu Shanti Vikram Singh Solanki Radha Bai Number of Members Occupancy Status vacant + broken vacant + broken vacant + broken vacant + broken 4 1 6 5 1 2 2 4 no.59 no.58

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Remarks

vacant + broken vacant + broken old lady in hospital vacant + broken moved to village No. 29 rents, owner in city locked locked vacant + locked vacant+ broken

2 2 6

shop + house

vacant + locked vacant + broken no roof 8 no. 72 no.71 locked

locked vacant + broken Gao gaya hai for 10 months 4 vacant + broken 4 3 3 2 4 vacant + broken for livestock vacant plot 7 8 5 12 constructing new house with water 3 2 5 2 1

no.1 stays in closeby mangi samaj no.1

*vacant = if the members have not been seen in the last 6 months or so *vacant + boarded = In addition to above, house boarded *vacant + locked = In addition to above, house intact and locked *vacant + broken = In addition to above, walls or roof damaged *locked = at the time of survey *vestigial = rudiments of a house wall etc. *vacant plot = plot with suggestive enclosure

Appendix C. UIT Survey based Ownership Records
Urban improvement trust: Slum survey list Survey No. Occupant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 Poonam Singh Shera Raam Sonaa Raam Poona Raam Dhanaa Raam Heeraa Laal Maana Raam Ramaa Kishan Jethaa Raam Jabar Singh Dewaa Raam Hema Raam Bhanwar Singh Sukh Lal Suresh Suresh Shanti Devi Hari om Om prakash Govind Puri Ramu Raam Laal Khan Vilia Devi Nawaab Khan Vachnaa Raam X Khatoon Hakeem Khan Sheru Khan Abu Khan Mehardeen Murad Khan Alaadeen Aadal Khan Hazi Khan Samroo Khan Deenu Khan Prem Singh Raam Chandra Himmata Raam Sonaa Raam X Baboo Raam Bhoora Raam Khem Singh Kaana Raam Tara Devi Prem Singh Naini Devi Chatur Bhuj X Survey Date-26th May to 5th June, 1999 Fathers name Shree Laal Singh Keshar Raam Achlaa Raam Beeraa Raam Gegaa Raam Kistoorji Praag Raam Kishan Raam Mathuraa Raam Magan Singh Sukhaa Raam Mathuraa Raam Jujhaar Singh Jagdeesh Raam Daas Mohanlaal Harijan Naarayan Singh Laal Singh Raam paal Harijan Vishan Puri Swami Gangaa Raam Baajri Khaju Khan Raju Raam Chaukidaar Kaasam Khan Omprakash Jalaaludeen Alaadeen Kamaal Khan Bhikhe Khan Gabroo Khan Laakhe Khan Jabroo Khan Hakeem Khan Meru Khan Noor Mohammad Meethu Khan Asif Khan Jawaar Singh Nathu Raam Pokar Raam Achlaa Raam Likhmaa Raam Kaalu Raam Prabhu Raam Kishan JI Ratan Singh Prem Singh chhagni Raam Jagdeesh Bhom Raj Subhaan Khan Area Occupied 118.22 59.11 118.22 160.44 67.55 67.55 118.22 59.11 54.88 54.88 54.88 112.00 54.88 59.22 69.33 65.33 58.66 53.77 63.55 114.00 161.88 74.66 144.00 102.22 62.33 108.89 87.88 175.00 84.44 83.11 80.00 77.77 106.66 88.88 88.88 120.00 164.44 100.00 156.22 57.77 91.67 63.55 78.00 54.89 90.22 66.66 55.55 120.00 120.00 53.44 84.44 Remarks

Given on rent

Central Area Central Area Central Area Central Area Central Area Hilly Area

Urban improvement trust: Slum survey list Survey No. Occupant 52 Baboo Khan 53 X 54 Laali 55 X 56 Safi Muhammad 57 Raju urf Aslam 58 Chhotu Khan 59 Ali Khan 60 Saleem Saha 61 Khushaalaa Raam 62 X 63 Rafeek 64 Mehardeen 65 Sardaar Khan 66 Fagre Khan 67 Samandar Khan 68 Rahamat Khan 69 Dani 70 Khameese Khan 71 Subhaan Khan 72 Barkat Khan 73 X 74 X 75 Raamu Devi 76 Deva Ram 77 X 78 Mulaa Ram 79 X 80 X 81 Pema Ram 82 X 83 Deepa Ram 84 X 85 X 86 Laal Singh 87 Bhanwar Singh 88 X 89 Bhanwar Singh 90 Gopal Singh 91 X 92 Ummed Singh 93 Dhudaa Raam 94 Ganpat Ram 95 Mohmmad Hasan 96 Tulsi Devi 97 Hanumaan Raam 98 X 99 Sukh Ram 100 Rupo Devi 101 Tara Chand 102 Alwar Khan 103 Bhagwaan Ji 104 Ramesh 105 Omprakash Mahendrs 106 Kanhayaa Laal 107 Narmadaa 108 X

Survey Date-26th May to 5th June, 1999 Fathers name Fakeer Khan Bhanwar Singh Nasir Khan Nizaamuddin Nizaamuddin Muhammad Sayeed Khidoo Khan Arab Khan Akbar Saha Kaana Raam Fareed Khan Bagdaad Khan Nizaamuddin Alaadeen Khan Reedmal Khan Subhaan Khan Dhaunkal Khan Bargat Khan Rimju Khan Laakhe Khan Laakhe Khan Beshaa Ram X Nema Ram Saangaa Raam Hemaa Raam Chunaa Raam Amaanaa Raam Saroopa Raam Kaana Raam Achlaa Raam Chimnaa Raam X Uday Singh Gaj Singh Sultaan Singh Beeram Singh Devi Singh Uday Singh Aasu Singh Baabu Singh X Ruparam Mohmmad Ajij Raam Dayal Mangalaa Raam X Hardev Raam Chunni Laal Mohan Laal Lune Khan Kishan ji Bhagwaan Ji Gopikishan Gopilaal Bhanwar Laal Khem Singh Kishan Area Occupied 76.67 75.55 112.78 111.11 94.44 111.11 72.22 77.78 116.67 194.44 28.00 46.67 83.11 46.67 62.22 51.33 44.00 108.89 51.33 51.33 51.33 119.78 103.44 116.67 244.44 138.00 76.66 76.66 81.77 81.66 42.00 44.33 39.66 95.33 91.00 86.66 62.22 56.00 266.60 233.33 136.89 136.89 124.44 104.44 106.66 111.11 111.11 117.00 93.33 135.00 52.00 275.00 130.16 405.28 332.55 172.22 181.44 Remarks Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area

Urban improvement trust: Slum survey list Survey No. Occupant 109 Narsingh 110 Ganpat singh 111 Madan Laal 112 Ashok 113 Suaa 114 Hukam Singh 115 Baabu laal 116 Surendra Singh 117 Murlidhar 118 Kalyaan Singh 119 Shiv JI 120 X 121 Himmata Raam 122 Tara Chand 123 Gopal 124 Mangi Laal 125 Loona Ram 126 Anu 127 X 128 X 129 Abu Khan 130 Suaa 131 Ramesh Gahaloth 132 Madan Laal 133 Raaju Raam 134 Mohan Laal 135 Durgaa 136 Durgaa singh 137 Vikram Singh 138 Omprakash 139 Haapu Raam 140 Jai Singh\Dhanaa Raam 141 Pushpa 142 Jedaa\Santok 143 Likhmaa Raam 144 Shankar Laal 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 Kunji HukamSingh\Pukhraaj\Pramod Hari Shankar Murli Daas Baabu laal Mainaa Satyanarayan Sitaa Raam Omprakash Mohan Daas Santok Daas Raami Devi Om prakash Indu Abhaya Singh X Ratan Singh Kailaash Champaa Laal Indra sungh Bhikam Chand Chainaa Raam

Survey Date-26th May to 5th June, 1999 Fathers name Kishan Devdaa Kishan ji Lakshmi Narayan Lakshmi Narayan Ganpat Singh Nrisingh Prem Ji Ganpat Singh Ganpat JI Shyam Laal Peeraa Raam Shiv ji Narsingh Daas Dewaa Raam Shankar Laal X Chaturaa Raam Bali Khan Saadik Khan Khattu Khan Jabeeb Khan Ghewar Raam Bholaa Raam Bholaa Raam Mohan Laal LaalaRaam Ashok Kewal Raam Mohan Laal Mohan Laal Nugaa Raam Haapu Raam Mohan Raam Narayan ji Shankar Laal Prataap Raam Raam Dayal Ganpat Singh Raawat Raam Himmat Daas Bholaa Raam Sohan Laal Himmat Daas Baadar Raam Narsingh Daas Narsingh Daas Lumbaa Raam X Abhay Singh Maangi Laal Kheenv ji Jai Narayan Maangi Laal Paras Raam Shiv Raaj Bhanwar Laal Chhoi Laal Area Occupied 211.11 170.00 264.16 170.61 113.33 147.78 138.89 76.00 170.00 152.99 91.11 113.89 61.11 129.00 66.67 53.44 53.44 85.00 73.89 58.33 55.00 425.00 241.66 166.66 153.00 200.00 140.00 350.00 140.00 193.10 160.00 233.33 293.33 366.66 110.00 97.77 88.88 358.33 105.11 100.00 194.44 83.33 105.00 424.00 132.00 135.00 165.00 188.88 166.66 205.55 166.66 80.00 133.33 55.55 83.33 83.33 116.67 Remarks

Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area Hilly Area

Urban improvement trust: Slum survey list Survey No. Occupant 166 Om prakash 167 Daulat Raam 168 Ashok 169 Jeev Raaj 170 Jai Narayan 171 Ugam Singh 172 Gopal Singh Raajpoot

Survey Date-26th May to 5th June, 1999 Fathers name Pokar JI Gangaa Raam Maangi Laal Modaa Raam Jeevraj X Roop Singh Rajput Area Occupied 33.33 16.66 50.00 193.56 177.33 100.00 100.00 Remarks

Appendix D. Resident Association Members (CBO)

Vijay Colony, Kutto ka Bada, Sur Sagar Jodhpur 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Adhyaksh Upadhyaksh Sachiv Sangathan Mantri Prachar Mantri Gyarsi devi (F) Prem Singh 9828545630 Vijay Fauji Surjaram Shambhu devi (F) Mohanlal Asu devi (F) Shehnaz (F) Kaluram Narayanram Indira (F) Sugani

Kalakar Colony, Kutto ka Bada, Sur Sagar, Jodhpur 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Jaan Muhammad Ayub Khan Muhammed Ali Dami (F) Khameez Khan Nek Muhammed Biliya (F)

Note: The Kalakar Colony RA awaits ratification from the community

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Appendix F. Resource Contact List, Jodhpur
Organization JMC UIT UIT Total Station Survey RUIDP UIT UIT UIT JEN 9829797838 SE Mohanpura, Central Park 9928850450 XEN Designation/Work Address Phone 9414134936 Fax Email Remarks gave reference of station surveyor

S. No Name 1 Sampat Lal Meghwal

2 3 4

Mr. Bansal Kaluram Mr. M.G. Sharma

5

Mr. G.L Sharma

does survey for nagar nigam ADB work on slum

6

Vijay Raj Joshi

7

Ram Swaroop Sharma

Head, Kacchi Basti Division Kacchi Basti Division

8

Rameshwar Mathur

9 Unnati Unnati Unnati Unnati 9879814507 9413957631

R. S. Siddhu

surveyor

2719868 dineshc_mathur @yahoo.co.in

provided survey list kutto ka bada kutto ka bada under him, can tell whether any work order has been i d Surveyor recommended by JEN UIT

10 11 12

Hansraj Deepak Ashish

9414196625, 9829076053 9829661501 9314230887 9413637717

ashishnagha@ya hoo.co.in pchht@yahoo.com Referred by JEN UIT, can provide city wide sewage networks but water supply infor from

13 14 ADB

Arun Choti

15

16 17 RA, Vijay colony KBB

Mangal Chand Kumawat Gulab Kanwar ANM

surveyor

Jaipur 3202544 ® 9828545630 9828280475 Mid wife, Prasavika. Seth Suraj Mal Di Vijay fauji reachable h

18

Prem ji

19

Bhim Sab Thapa

The Team at work:
Arun Choti Hansraj Paep Kanwar Parul Choudhary Saket Sarraf Sandeep Kumawat Support Unnati Jodhpur office staff LEED Collective office staff

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