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Old March 23 2012, 05:04 AM   #181
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प्राधिकरण ने भुगतान और नए काम रोके


नोएडा, सं : सेक्टरों व गांवों में शुरू होने वाले नए काम पर फिलहाल प्राधिकरण ने रोक लगा दी है। वहीं ठेकेदार जिन कार्यो को कर चुके हैं या कर रहे हैं, उनके भुगतान पर भी फिलहाल रोक लगा दी गई है।
प्राधिकरण में शीर्ष अधिकारियों के नहीं होने और शासनादेश को इसका कारण बताया जा रहा है। सूत्रों के अनुसार, शासन से मिले आदेश के बाद फिलहाल चल रहे कार्य और पूर्ण हो चुके कार्यो के भुगतान रोकने के निर्देश दिए गए हैं। अग्रिम आदेश तक ठेकेदारों को भुगतान व एफडीआर वापस देने पर रोक लगी हुई है। वहीं नया कार्य आचार संहिता लगने से पहले से बंद हैं। नए कार्य भी फिलहाल किसी से कराए जाने पर रोक लगाई गई है। इसके चलते प्राधिकरण कार्यालयों में फिलहाल सन्नाटे की स्थिति बनी हुई है। सामान्य दिनों की अपेक्षा अधिकारियों की संख्या तो समान है, लेकिन फाइलों की संख्या नगण्य हो गई है। जिन अधिकारियों के पास सेक्टर व गांवों में काम कराने के लिए लोगों के फोन आ रहे हैं या लोग स्वयं कार्यालय पहुंच रहे हैं, उन्हें शुरू करने में अधिकारी असमर्थता जता रहे हैं। अधिकारी लोगों को यह बताने की स्थिति में नहीं हैं कि नए काम कब शुरू होंगे।

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प्राधिकरण में सीईओ की तैनाती का इंतजार


विकास कार्यों की निविदा सहित कई फाइलें लटकी
- किसानों के मुआवजा व प्लॉट आवंटन की फाइल तैयार, अनुमोदन बाकी

नोएडा, : प्राधिकरण में पिछले एक सप्ताह से खाली चल रहे मुख्य कार्यपालक अधिकारी के पद की वजह से तमाम आवश्यक कार्यों पर ब्रेक लग गया है। विकास कार्यों संबंधी निविदाओं की फाइल सहित किसानों के मुआवजा और प्लॉट आवंटन की फाइल को भी सीईओ का इंतजार है। नए सीईओ की नियुक्ति के बाद ही इनका काम आगे बढ़ सकेगा।
ज्ञात हो कि शासन ने पिछले शुक्रवार की रात नोएडा प्राधिकरण के सीईओ कैप्टन एसके द्विवेदी को कार्यमुक्त कर दिया था। वह फिलहाल प्रतिक्षारत हैं और उनकी जगह अब तक नोएडा प्राधिकरण में नए सीईओ की तैनाती नही हुई है। इसके साथ ही चेयरमैन का पद भी मोहिंदर सिंह को कार्यमुक्त किए जाने के बाद से खाली चल रहा है। उनकी जगह भी अब तक किसी अधिकारी को तैनात नहीं किया गया है। ऐसे में विकास सहित किसानों से संबंधित तमाम फाइलें पूरी होने के बावजूद लटकी पड़ी हैं। इन फाइलों पर सीईओ का अनुमोदन प्राप्त किया जाना है। शहर में वर्तमान में कई विकास परियोजनाएं प्रस्तावित हैं। चुनाव आचार संहिता घोषित होने की वजह से इनकी निविदाएं जारी नहंी की जा सकी थी। सरकार बनते ही यह निविदाएं जारी की जानी थी, इसके लिए कागजी कार्रवाई पूरी कर ली गई थी। इससे पहले की सीईओ इन फाइलों को अनुमोदित करते, उनका तबादला कर दिया गया। लिहाजा अब नए सीईओ की तैनाती के बाद ही आगे की कार्रवाई की जाएगी। इस बीच प्राधिकरण में सीईओ की तैनाती की चर्चाएं जोरों पर हैं। अधिकारी-कर्मचारीलखनऊ से आने वाली पल-पल की सूचना पर नजर बनाए हुए हैं। सीईओ के लिए जिन नामों की चर्चा हो रही है, अधिकारी-कर्मचारी उनके बारे में एक-दूसरे से पता कर उनकी कार्यशैली का आंकलन करने में जुटे हुए हैं।



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Realtors face old issues as new Uttar Pradesh government gets going


The return of the Samajwadi Party to power has cleared the political air in Uttar Pradesh, but uncertainty and confusion still loom large over the fate of big ticket housing projects in Noida and Greater Noida.

Noida Extension and Yamuna Expressway had emerged as one of the main hubs for affordable housing during Mayawati's reign. More than a 100 projects are under various stages of development and over 50 acres are in the process of being launched. But with the change in guard, developers are facing their worst fears, mulling over the fate of projects cleared by Behenji.

"There is a general fear among developers that the big ticket projects cleared by the Mayawati government might get stalled now," says a senior consultant with JLLM adding, "Both parties (SP and BSP) have earned the dubious distinction of stalling each other's projects. In 2004, Mulayam's government had dissolved the district and stalled many projects launched during Maya's reign. If this trend continues, it will cast further gloom over the realty sector, especially the Yamuna Expressway."

And given the track records of stalling projects of their rivals, the worries are not without a reason.

Mayawati awarded Yamuna Expressway, connecting Greater Noida to Agra, to Jaiprakash Associate Ltd during her tenure as Chief Minister in 1998-2002. But her successor and political rival Mulayam Singh had raised objections to her pet project in 2002. This delayed the project and it was only when Mayawati took over reins in 2007, the F1 track could be completed after a protracted legal battle.

And political comments of the local Samajwadi Party leaders from Noida and Greater Noida region are further fanning the fears.
"Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway became the hubs of corruption during Mayawati's tenure. They [the companies] looted the farmers, sold Noida land to builders," alleges Veer Singh Yadav, president of the SP in Noida and close to Mulayam Singh Yadav, adding, "the interests of farmers will be of prime consideration now."

The projects which are facing uncertainty are the Rs.11,000-crore Yamuna Expressway project, the proposed Delhi Metro extension to Greater Noida and Noida Extension and the Noida City Centre project.
The Metro line was supposed to link Delhi till Sector 62. If the project is stalled it will affect sales of dwelling units constructed along the proposed Metro station.

The pro-farmer stand notwithstanding, developers fear clearances of projects may face hurdles as well.

What further compounds their fears is the frequent change in government stand on the several court cases on land acquisition. If this doesn't delay projects, it just might lead to an increase in compensation.
"Everyone is keeping their fingers crossed given the past track of vengeance politics," Neeraj Gulati, Managing Director, Assotech Realty sounds a note of caution.

But all's not grim yet. According to Manish Mehta, Vice President Marketing, Indiahomes (erstwhile Agni Properties), a leading real estate brokerage firm, "Noida and Greater Noida have always been places of growth in terms of residential property. Formula 1 has further lent glitter to the properties around Greater Noida."

On a positive note, sources in Noida and Greater Noida Development authorities inform that it is only the big ticket projects of Mayawati's "two favourite developers" that might feel the pinch.

"The government is keeping close tabs on the land deals in Noida and Greater Noida. The small developers have no reasons to worry. However, certain backlash is expected for the two large favourite developers," says a senior official with Greater Noida Development Authority.



 
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Under the elephant's spell

Are those who benefitted under Mayawati's rule worried now that the BSP has lost Uttar Pradesh? Rrishi Raote visits Badalpur, the former chief minister's village, and Hatmabad, one of the favoured Ambedkar villages, to find out

The headman’s house towers three-storeys, plus a turret. Freshly painted in pink and white, it is impossible to miss. Of course, most houses in Badalpur look big to the city-dweller, even if the ground floor is a courtyard with two buffaloes and a Maruti car. Above the pradhan’s house no party flag flies, but the Toyota with tinted windows and rooftop light makes its own statement — as does the crowd of supplicants at the office near the gate.Pradhan Bhim Kumar Nagar has gone to settle a dispute between two brothers, says his “younger brother”, Gajraj. This younger Nagar’s wife is the zila panchayat head, and he himself is, like so many in this village, in the “building business”.

The supplicants are fewer, says Nagar, now that the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has lost Lucknow. “They’ll have gone to the Samajwadi Party [SP] office,” he says calmly. But BSP’s local assembly candidate (a Gujjar) won with an even larger margin in 2012 than in 2007. Badalpur is Mayawati’s village, so the entire area is pampered, even as it rapidly urbanises and industrialises.

The village is on the far side of Greater Noida. It abuts the Grand Trunk Road and its neighbours include big industrial units, the Dadri thermal power plant and fast-growing Noida and Ghaziabad. GT Road is busy, bumpy and only four lanes wide, but an empty eight-lane avenue leaves it to sweep past memorial parks, dedicated to B R Ambedkar and other Dalit icons, and carry such traffic as there is to the village.

In the village itself, every lane is cemented and well-swept. Drains are covered with grilles. The skyline is littered with TV dishes. Youngsters ride motorcycles.

Nagars are a landowning Gujjar caste, and there are many Nagars here. Just a tenth of the 6,000 residents are Dalit. “The chamaran basti is down that lane,” says a woman rinsing dishes outside her house. A local shopkeeper points and says, “In that area they are all Dalits.”

This lane is narrow, dim and damp. The houses and plots here are much smaller. But at the end of the lane a man in shorts is cheerfully sloshing his feet with a bucketful of handpump water while chatting with a friend.
This is Bhoop Kumar, an advocate who works in Noida. He has the open-faced confidence of education. He says, “There is no bhed-bhav [discriminatory behaviour] here.” There are, instead, schools, colleges (inter, girls, polytechnic and dental), ponds, hospitals (two, which Nagar says cost Rs 1,000 crore each), bus stands and 24x7 public transport.
Kumar is grateful to Mayawati. “Before her, the school was in Dadri. It wasn’t safe to send girls all that way. Now, all of us are graduates.” His friend, a tall student with stubble and an earring, nods. “Behenji has changed the image of this area,” says Kumar. “Mulayam [Singh Yadav, the SP leader] can’t do anything new for us.” Hardly any of the Dalits owned land here; most now have jobs or professions or run small businesses, especially in construction.

Is Kumar unhappy that Mayawati lost the UP election? “It is good that she will have time to prepare for the Lok Sabha election [in 2014],” he says. Was he put off by the land acquisition and grand memorials? “There’s nothing wrong in it,” he says. “Those are images of great men. I go [to the memorial parks] twice a week to walk.”

Around the corner his earringed friend is playing with his Labrador, Rajni, a playful dog with a glowing coat.

In the courtyard of the oldest house in the village — according to its friendly but laconic owner — 26-year-old Rohit Nagar comes to talk about land. All Badalpur’s farmland was acquired by the Greater Noida Authority two years ago for parks, a helipad, and so on. “We were not happy to sell,” says Nagar quietly. “We got Rs 7.5 lakh per bigha from the government, which the court increased by Rs 3.5 lakh. But a private developer is buying land at Rs 22-25 lakh.”

Then Nagar motorbikes the short distance back to his building supplies shop. It is across the road from the Kumari Mayawati Government Girls Postgraduate College, where an exam has just ended and hundreds of girls are standing around holding pens and question papers, looking drained but relieved.
*****
Two hours down the GT Road, on the other side of Bulandshahr and next to the Twin Upper Ganga Canal, is the Muslim-dominated village of Hatmabad. Of its roughly 1,200 households, 100-150 are Schedule Caste (SC), and most of the rest Muslim. Hatmabad is one of the district’s few dozen Ambedkar grams, villages which get special attention under a scheme of the Mayawati government to improve drinking water, housing, toilets and sanitation, drainage, roads, schools, irrigation, pensions (old age, widow, handicapped, below-poverty-line), land availability and health. Few of its residents own land, and few of those who do are from the numerically dominant Dalit Hindu Jatavs or Muslim Telis (oil-pressers), Julahas (weavers) and Lohars (metalworkers). This area, too, is firmly BSP.
The entry to the village is auspicious. There is a mango grove, two small mosques and a group of boys splashing in a canal. But Hatmabad is much poorer than Badalpur.

Shaukin looks in his mid-40s, but sells his labour and, when possible, raises goats, which he says makes good money. In one room of his two-room home an old man looks over an embroidered kameez in a wooden frame. Shaukin, sitting outside, is slightly testy. “The nalas just got cleaned today,” he says, “because we scolded the bhangi.” There are piles of strong-smelling sludge next to the drains. Where does the bhangi (a Dalit) live? “I think he comes from Bulandshahr,” he says.

Shaukin points to a corner of his yard. This alcove is all that came of the state-sponsored latrine. It was approved in late 2010 when Mayawati was to visit Hatmabad and district officials rushed to make the village presentable. When the chief minister did not come, the pradhan, says Shaukin, got busy with election work and has not allocated funds for the latrine.

His house was built a decade ago under the Indira Awas Yojana, Shaukin says. He got less than Rs 20,000, whereas for new houses built under the same scheme BPL residents were given Rs 40,000-50,000. He points to two of his neighbours, whose houses look as if they are made of bricks laid with almost no cement.

Nevertheless, Shaukin is a BSP voter. The BSP MLA, Haji Alim, may be a history-sheeter, but state schemes have borne some fruit here.
The pradhan’s house is surprisingly modest. In its small courtyard two men are working on generator parts, awash in black dust. Pradhan Lekhraj Kumar is away on work. He is a Jatav; the seat is reserved for SCs and this is his first term.

Hari Om Gupta owns a kirana store in the centre of the village, a few steps away. He is a chatty young man in a tight blue T-shirt. His family has lived here for generations. “Don’t worry, I’m a Gupta,” he says with a smile, when one of us refuses a glass of water.

“All the Ambedkar village work is done,” he says, but very little of it properly. “When the CM was supposed to come, the houses [for BPL families, under the Indira Awas Yojana] were built fast. You had to pay the pradhan Rs 10,000. So those who could afford it, who already had houses, they got houses.”

There are other issues. “There is no school, no college,” he says, “but there is a nearby inter college.” (Bulandshahr’s schools are within reach.) Gupta indicates the road outside his shop. “These nalis are useless. Not much material was used.” One of the youngsters who have assembled at the shop pipes up: “The cleaner comes maybe four days a month. He sits and doesn’t work. All the drain water goes into someone’s field.”
Since we are talking over the noise of a generator feeding a wedding nearby, a studious-looking boy says, “Power supply is very bad.” But the gathering cannot agree on how many hours of power Hatmabad gets (four, six, eight, 12?). “One week there is power in the day, one week in the night,” says one. “Anyway, there is no power now,” says the studious boy sulkily.

Half the small crowd detaches to show us state-funded latrines. Here is one outside a Muslim house. Stencilled onto the front is the date and cost: November 2010 and Rs 4,500. But the tiny room is used to stack cattle feed. The owner, a young man with a shock of hair and a discontented look, says the money given was not enough to roof it well — nor to build the cistern underneath.

At Mitra Pal Singh’s house nearby, his elderly wife and brother Chandra Pal proudly show us their latrine, which is whitewashed and scrupulously clean. They were given Rs 4,500 but also spent Rs 5,000 of their own, and had to buy bricks and materials at the rate the pradhan fixed. There is a cistern, but when full it has to be emptied by the bhangi. The Singhs are Jatavs.

At an Ansari household, elderly Aslam (name changed) got a one-room Indira Awas house built for his son. On the wall is stencilled November 2010 and Rs 45,000. Aslam’s daughter-in-law says they got the money in cash, and then the pradhan took it away. The cash was doled out in small amounts, and they had to use the “approved” contractor and materials. They ended up spending Rs 30,000 of their own. Aslam does a “2-paisa business” of beedis, gutka and biscuits from a charpai near his door. His daughters-in-law embroider kurtas for a contractor in Delhi, at Rs 150 a piece. Each piece takes several days. One of the women gets the BPL dole, which is Rs 1,800 every six months. Aslam, however, has not yet got his old-age pension; the pradhan told him to wait till after the election. “We voted for the elephant,” says Aslam, meaning BSP.

Hatmabad is, by any objective standard, fortunate. Money from government schemes is available, and people know about them. The roads are good, a town is nearby, groundwater is plentiful, the area is agriculturally rich, the children go to school, different castes and religions get along. As Chandra Pal Kumar says of the various complaints: “Mayawati didn’t do this. It is the officials who do it.”

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Realtors face old issues as new Uttar Pradesh government gets going


The return of the Samajwadi Party to power has cleared the political air in Uttar Pradesh, but uncertainty and confusion still loom large over the fate of big ticket housing projects in Noida and Greater Noida.

Noida Extension and Yamuna Expressway had emerged as one of the main hubs for affordable housing during Mayawati's reign. More than a 100 projects are under various stages of development and over 50 acres are in the process of being launched. But with the change in guard, developers are facing their worst fears, mulling over the fate of projects cleared by Behenji.

"There is a general fear among developers that the big ticket projects cleared by the Mayawati government might get stalled now," says a senior consultant with JLLM adding, "Both parties (SP and BSP) have earned the dubious distinction of stalling each other's projects. In 2004, Mulayam's government had dissolved the district and stalled many projects launched during Maya's reign. If this trend continues, it will cast further gloom over the realty sector, especially the Yamuna Expressway."

And given the track records of stalling projects of their rivals, the worries are not without a reason.

Mayawati awarded Yamuna Expressway, connecting Greater Noida to Agra, to Jaiprakash Associate Ltd during her tenure as Chief Minister in 1998-2002. But her successor and political rival Mulayam Singh had raised objections to her pet project in 2002. This delayed the project and it was only when Mayawati took over reins in 2007, the F1 track could be completed after a protracted legal battle.

And political comments of the local Samajwadi Party leaders from Noida and Greater Noida region are further fanning the fears.
"Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway became the hubs of corruption during Mayawati's tenure. They [the companies] looted the farmers, sold Noida land to builders," alleges Veer Singh Yadav, president of the SP in Noida and close to Mulayam Singh Yadav, adding, "the interests of farmers will be of prime consideration now."

The projects which are facing uncertainty are the Rs.11,000-crore Yamuna Expressway project, the proposed Delhi Metro extension to Greater Noida and Noida Extension and the Noida City Centre project.
The Metro line was supposed to link Delhi till Sector 62. If the project is stalled it will affect sales of dwelling units constructed along the proposed Metro station.

The pro-farmer stand notwithstanding, developers fear clearances of projects may face hurdles as well.

What further compounds their fears is the frequent change in government stand on the several court cases on land acquisition. If this doesn't delay projects, it just might lead to an increase in compensation.
"Everyone is keeping their fingers crossed given the past track of vengeance politics," Neeraj Gulati, Managing Director, Assotech Realty sounds a note of caution.

But all's not grim yet. According to Manish Mehta, Vice President Marketing, Indiahomes (erstwhile Agni Properties), a leading real estate brokerage firm, "Noida and Greater Noida have always been places of growth in terms of residential property. Formula 1 has further lent glitter to the properties around Greater Noida."

On a positive note, sources in Noida and Greater Noida Development authorities inform that it is only the big ticket projects of Mayawati's "two favourite developers" that might feel the pinch.

"The government is keeping close tabs on the land deals in Noida and Greater Noida. The small developers have no reasons to worry. However, certain backlash is expected for the two large favourite developers," says a senior official with Greater Noida Development Authority.



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Akhilesh Yadav for Metro, mono-rail in major UP cities

To ease traffic congestions in Lucknow, Kanpur, Agra and Varanasi, chief minister Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday asked officials to prepare a feasibility report for starting Metro, mono-rail and BRTS services, and expedite implementation of the second phase of Metro project in Ghaziabad.

Yadav, who was reviewing the working of housing and urban planning department, asked the officials to prepare the report early, an official spokesman said.

He favoured implementation of northern peripheral by-pass project in Ghaziabad on the Public-Private Partnership mode at the earliest, besides implementing the second phase of metro project there, the spokesman said.

Yadav directed for setting up an IT park in Lucknow to help youth get employment at the local level, besides asking for construction of flyover for dealing with the problem of traffic jams on the Lucknow-Kanpur national highway.

The chief minister also directed to give shape to the Jai Prakash Narian International project in Gomti Nagar area of the state capital.
 
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Slow work may hit power supply in Greater Noida


NOIDA: With the summer season fast approaching, memories of power woes in Greater Noida have returned to haunt residents. Over the past several years power situation has been acute in the city and with the completion of upgradation work of the power substation in RC Greens pushed back to August, residents fear the summer of 2012 would be no better than the past.

However, Noida Power Company Limited (NPCL), the power distribution utility of Greater Noida, says that work is on to expedite the project, including underground cabling of wires in the city, to lessen power cuts in the ensuing months.

"Power situation in the city keeps fluctuating. At times there are no power cuts while at others we have to endure long hours of load shedding," said Vikram Kasana, a resident of Gamma-II of Greater Noida. "We have bad memories of long power cuts in summer. At present, power situation is normal but we are not sure whether the power distribution company would ensure this in the summer months ahead," said K P Singh Tomar, another resident of Greater Noida.

Power consumers had been assured by NPCL that upgradation work of the 132 KV power sub-station in R C Greens to 220 KV would be complete by February thereby reducing power woes of residents. But the target has been subsequently pushed back to August.

Uttar Pradesh Power Transmission Company Limited has undertaken upgradation work of this sub-station, which had been set up towards the end of 2010, with an initial capacity of 132 KV. The estimated cost of this work is Rs 21 crore. It had been assured to residents that increase in capacity of the substation would enhance the capacity of NPCL for power transmission. NPCL says it is forced to induce load shedding as its own transmission capacity is low.

"UPPTCL is trying to expedite the project. The civil work for the project is already complete," said an NPCL official. "The upgraded substation will enhance the transmission potential of NPCL. But increasing potential is entirely at the disposal of the UPPTCL. Unless this potential is hiked, we can not ensure adequate power to consumers," official added.

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एडीएम एलए आफिस फिर होगा प्रशासन के अधीन ?


ग्रेटर नोएडा: प्रदेश में डीआईजी रेंज व्यवस्था और तबादला नीति में बदलाव के बाद सपा सरकार बसपा शासनकाल के एक और महत्वपूर्ण फैसले पलटने की तैयारी में हैं। सूत्रों के अनुसार अपर जिलाधिकारी भूमि अध्याप्ति के पद को फिर जिला प्रशासन के अधीन किए जाने की कवायद चल रही है। भूमि निदेशक का कार्यभार अपर मुख्य कार्यपालक अधिकारी से वापस लेकर फिर से राजस्व विभाग को दिए जाने की तैयारी चल रही है। इसका शासनादेश एक सप्ताह के अंदर जारी हो सकता है।
उल्लेखनीय है कि एडीएम एलए का पद पहले जिलाधिकारी के अधीन होता था। मुआवजा वितरण में तेजी लाने के उद्देश्य से शासन ने 2008 में इस व्यवस्था को बदलते हुए एडीएम एलए का पद प्राधिकरण के अधीन कर दिया। भूमि अधिग्रहण से संबंधित कलक्ट्रेट के अधिकार भी प्राधिकरण के एडीएम को ही दे दिए गए। इसके अलावा जमीन अधिग्रहण पर शासन की मंजूरी लेने के लिए प्रस्ताव भूमि निदेशक राजस्व परिषद को भेजा जाता था। बसपा सरकार ने निदेशक भूमि से प्रस्ताव को मंजूरी देने का अधिकार छीनकर अपर मुख्य कार्यपालक अधिकारी (एसीईओ) को दे दिया था। अधिकारिक सूत्रों के अनुसार सपा सरकार अब इन दोनों की फैसलों को बदलने की तैयारी में है। सरकार फिर से पुरानी व्यवस्था को ही बहाल करना चाहती है। शासन स्तर पर इसकी कवायद चल रही है। प्राधिकरण से भी इस संबंध में राय ली जा रही है। पुरानी व्यवस्था बहाल हो गई तो जिलाधिकारी को भी भूमि अधिग्रहण से संबधित कलेक्टर के अधिकार वापस मिल जाएंगे। बताया जाता है कि सरकार इस शीघ्र इसका शासनादेश जारी कर सकती है। आदेश जारी हुआ तो तीनों प्राधिकरणों का मुआवजा वितरण एक ही जगह से जारी होगा। फिलहाल नोएडा, ग्रेटर नोएडा व यमुना प्राधिकरण में अलग-अलग अधिकारियों पर मुआवजा वितरण की जिम्मेदारी है। एडीएम एलए आफिस अल्फा दो व बीटा एक सेक्टर से पुन सूरजपुर स्थित कलक्ट्रेट में स्थानांतरित हो जाएगा।




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