Illegal Camp Accomodation in Doha Jadeed

sms
By sms

Dear Sir,

We are facing big problem, all labour camp and accomodation is been growing up in Doha Jadeed. Despite goverment rule / banned labour accomodation in city. Specially where the family stay. Please take example Al Thani building (Ezdan Property) have labour accomodation. Other lot of individul villa have Pathans, Bangalis and Sirlankan etc occupied illegally converted into camp.

Please any one advise how to get rid of these, really facing hard to stay there. Need to complain in minstry for the same. Help us to stay better. 

Thanks  

 

 

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By acchabaccha• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
acchabaccha

maqsk: This is becoming interesting, really interesting!

When I had posted my comment, the post with the law had not come up at Qatar Living. If you would have just check the timing of the two posts when they were filed before jumping to post something, it would leave you "haakabakka".

The real situation here is with this person and many like him. With some people, the sudden inflow of the Riyal into their pockets drive them insane after they land in Qatar. Its possibly the first time in their life they have seen so much of money. Such people are known as "nouveau riche". Look it up in your dictionary if you have not heard this word earlier. With so much of quick money in their pockets, they begin to look down upon other humans simply forgetting their own past background.

Such has been the case with the person who posted this item. The glitter of the Riyal has driven him crazy, and you are no different.

By sms• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
sms

Dear Bachaa, Please try to be aachaa ba-chaa at least in yours this world. Not Waka Waka - !!!!!!!!!!!!

By maqsk• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
maqsk

acchabaccha after seeing the qatar article on law also, you are so!!!. can't help. its seems being acchabaccha you become haakabakka.

By acchabaccha• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
acchabaccha

My guess was right. You are definitely from another world! I checked through Google the name of your country. It just does not exist in this world of ours.

No wonder your erratic behavior!

By sms• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
sms

Bacha : Hope you understand and read article 1.

Articles (1-9)

We, Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, Deputy Emir of Qatar;

Having reviewed the Constitution; Law No. 4 of 1985 on the Organization of Buildings, as amended; And the Labour Law promulgated by Law No. 14 of 2004, as amended;

Law No. 4 of 2008 on leasing Property, as amended;

The Emiri Decree No. 36 of 2009 on the Organizational Structure of the Ministry of Municipality and Urban Planning; The proposal of the Minister of Municipality and Urban Planning; The draft law submitted by the Council of Ministers; Having consulted the Shura Council;

Hereby promulgate the following:

Articles

Article 1

It is prohibited for owners of estates or those who have the right to run such estates, or employers or their representatives to lease, rent or allocate property or parts of property of whatever nature to be a residence for workers groups within family residential areas. A decision by the Minister of Municipality and Housing Planning shall be issued to define worker group residential areas and family residential areas and all exceptions in this regard.

Article 2

In the event that workers taking up occupation of any property or part thereof within a family residential area, the municipality concerned shall gather proof of this activity and give written warning by registered mail to the person or persons committing this offence. The offender or offenders are required to ensure the building is vacated by such workers within thirty days of the date of receipt of the warning. In the event that the property is not vacated by the workers within thirty days of receipt of the written warning, the competent municipality director shall issue a decision to enforce official vacation of the property. The offender or offenders concerned may send any complaint concerning the official vacation of the property to the Minister of Municipality and Housing Planning by registered mail within fifteen days of the date on which the offender or offenders were served with the notice of the decision of the official vacation. This complaint is to be settled within thirty days of submission. In the event that this period of time elapses without the complaint having been settled then it shall be considered that the complaint has been rejected. In the event that the complaint has not been submitted within the fifteen-day time limit or in the event that the complaint is rejected enforced vacation will be undertaken using such methods as are required by the circumstances. In all cases, the enforced vacation shall not be executed before the date by which any complaint should be resolved or before any relevant period of notice has elapsed.

Article 3

The General Prosecutor in agreement with the Minister of Municipality and Housing Planning shall empower selected municipality employees as judicial officers with regard to the seizing of property and the proving of any violation for the purposes of this Law and the making of decisions with regard to the execution of this Law.

Article 4

Any person violating the provisions of Clause 1 of this Law shall be fined no less than Ten Thousand Qatari Riyals QR 10,000 and not more than Fifty Thousand Qatari Riyals QAR 50,000. In the event of a repeat offence this fineshall be no less than Twenty Thousand Qatari Riyals QR (20,000) and not more than One Hundred Thousand Qatari Riyals (QR 100,000). In all cases the court shall rule that the property shall be vacated.

Article 5

Any offence committed under the terms of Clause 1 of this Law may be resolved at the discretion of the Minister of Municipality and Housing Planning or his deputy at whatever stage the matter may have reached prior to enforced vacation on payment by the offender or offenders of 50 per cent of the maximum fine provided for in Clause 4 of this Law and the immediate reinstatement of the property for its proper use.

Article 6

Any person to whom the provisions of this Law apply shall comply with its provisions within one year of this Law entering into force. The Minister of Municipality and Housing Planning may extend such term for further similar periods.

Article 7

Any contract or agreement of any nature whatsoeverconcluded on any date prior to the resolution of any offence committed with regard to Article 1 of this Law shall be considered null and void.

Article 8

The Minister of Municipality and Housing Planning shall issue such decisions as are required for the enforcement of the provisions of this Law.

Article 9

All competent authorities, each within their respective areas of competence are liable to enforce this Law. This Law shall enter into force as from the date of its publication in the Official Gazette.

By sms• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
sms

Bache I'm from Joommeree taliaya, you are well come there.

I am worried about your education, wordering how much you have been study hardly. Please open you both eye and see the forum topic. "Illegal Camp Accomodation in Doha Jadeed" this is not related with your bakala, cafeteria and saloon friend.

It is clear mentioned (Illegal Camp Accomodation in Doha Jadeed) Hope you understand know the meaning of this sentence, if dont please ask your friend to help in expalining.

Bache for you the upper first line please your are wellcome to Jommeree Taliaya.

Please understand and act. Bye Bye.

By acchabaccha• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
acchabaccha

sms: Which country do you come from? In all countries of the world there exists no such laws which segregate humans. Take your own country as an example. You are just too fussy or oversensitive, that's all.

Possibly, you are unaware of the complete rules. People working in shops or restaurants or baqalas who have their business in in a locality can stay in that same locality where families also reside. And that is legally. Just look around your own area. There are such people living in all areas.

It is simply illogical and not possible for people to be running baqalas or shops in say in Al Rayyan and be residing in Wakra or Wukair.

The bottom line: You shift!

By sms• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
sms

I think in this discussion couple of real estate agent involved defending. They don't know or not understanding law of country and not willing understand difference between legal and illegal. If they feel bad n having pity pls do take them share yur accommodation as simple.

By sms• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
sms

It is 100% illegal for labour to stay in family residents. This all happen b'cos of agent and owner connected for money only. Why there is no labour camp or accommodation where local staying. There is no ? Of white or blue collar etc. There is rule set by country and to follow by every one either local or expait. I have located such accommodation and definitely going to complain. If any one feel bad pls take them to yur accomodatiom.

By sms• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
sms

It is 100% illegal for labour to stay in family residents. This all happen b'cos of agent and owner connected for money only. Why there is no labour camp or accommodation where local staying. There is no ? Of white or blue collar etc. There is rule set by country and to follow by every one either local or expait. I have located such accommodation and definitely going to complain. If any one feel bad pls take them to yur accomodatiom.

By pioneerpec• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
pioneerpec

The house you live in has been Constructed by Labourers...

Their sweat is embedded in your house walls...

Being a Labour or a blue collar doesnt mean they are third class humans...

They have full respect and deserve full respect from All

By pioneerpec• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
pioneerpec

Acchabaccha gave a perfect reply...

If you are facing problems, you shift...

Labours are humans...let them live..

They are only labours since they didnt have formal education...

But they may be better than us

By maqsk• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
maqsk

acchabaccha, if you are not residing there then how come you judge only one side why you had not look to the other side. Friend it easy to pass a comment simply 'you shift'.

By acchabaccha• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
acchabaccha

maqsk: No, you have got it all wrong. I hold a managerial position and don't reside in Doha Jadeed. But then I am human. I look at things from a very broad point of view. It makes me wonder why some people after coming to Doha simply forget their own city and the area where they resided from their time of birth. It's only when they get to Qatar, they become fussy about such things. My simple query: Do you have such laws back home where a labour force is not not allowed to live in your area or close to your home?

By Angelo• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
Angelo

Appears a lot of families have left Qatar.

My building was a Families only building, however, now with some of the flats empty, the realestate guys are leasing to bachelors with permission to partition from the Landlord.

By maqsk• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
maqsk

Good one acchabaccha. you also seems to be labour residing in doha jadeed

By acchabaccha• 5 months 2 weeks ago.
acchabaccha

You are facing problems? You shift.

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