"We had asked all the banks to refund the money by December 31. If people are still saying that they haven't received their money, then we could arrange a camp for them at our headquarters Vikas Sadan here on Monday or Tuesday," DDA vice chairman Balvinder Kumar said here on Friday although he did not confirm any dates for the same.
Mr Kumar also instructed officials to look into the arrangements for organising the camp.
After receiving numerous complaints, DDA had issued show cause notices to banks which were empanelled for the 2014 scheme. It had directed the banks to refund the deposit money to unsuccessful applicants by December 31.
Asked by reporters if DDA had the power to take any action against the defaulting banks, Mr Kumar said, "We may blacklist them from partnering with us in any future schemes."
For its flagship housing scheme, the largest in its history, the urban body had empanelled 18 banks and Mr Kumar has said that "two private banks among them have defaulted".
The 2014 scheme offered 25,040 flats in various categories and saw DDA receiving a whopping 10,08,985 applications, again an all-time high for the housing authority.
Meanwhile, a renovated office space was inaugurated on Friday at the DDA headquarters by Mr Kumar.