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Last updated: August 18 2022
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    Parsvnath has raised demand of 10% of total plot price as per buyer agreement for its Sonepat project Plots in Block B and claiming to offer possession within this year. It is payable by end March. With this 10% payment, it will mean 95% payment received by builder till date from buyers since 2005/06. Any feedback on how to proceed further on this issue ?

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          China's Wanda Group submits proposal to build $10 billion township in Haryana's Sonipat

          The joint venture will develop, operate and manage the integrated industrial township at Kharkhoda in Sonipat district.TNN | December 16, 2016, 07:44 IST

          CHANDIGARH: Days after a leading Chinese companysigned a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Haryana government to set up 100 MW solar power projectsin the state with an investment of Rs 500 crore, Wanda Group(one of the largest real estate developers in China) has submitted a proposal for setting up a green field integrated industrial township in Sonpat district in joint venture with the Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (HSIIDC).

          The joint venture will develop, operate and manage the integrated industrial township at Kharkhoda in Sonipat district.

          According to an official spokesperson, the sponsors anticipate that the joint venture will catalyse investment worth $10 billion (Rs 65,000 crore) and generate opportunities for 34,000 direct jobs.

          The project at Kharkhoda would fall within the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor and the National Capital Region. “Jointly developed by Wanda Group and the HSIIDC in phases over 2,800 acres, it will house companies engaged in software, automotive manufacturing, machinery, healthcare education, smart housing appliances and food processing,” he added.

          The spokesperson further said a residential township integral to the project, including all civic amenities and social infrastructure, would also be created to develop a 4th generation integrated industrial township. Furthermore, a “cultural tourism city” will also be developed as part of the project.

          According to the officials, the investment proposal is an outcome of a series of meetings between chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar, and chairman of Wanda Group Wang Jianlin.

          Wanda Group is a $92-billion conglomerate whose business interests encompass shopping malls, theme parks, sports industry, and cinemas. It is one of the largest real estate developers in China with presence in the US, UK, France, Spain, and Australia.

          Earlier, the Haryana government had signed an MoU with a leading Chinese company Prestige Ocean Holding and Investments Limited for the setting up of 100 MW solar power projects in the state with an investment of Rs 500 crore. The development had taken place over a month after several BJP leaders, including Haryana ministers, had asked people to boycott Chinese items.





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            Any news about metro or rrts

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              Welcome back rohan

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                Haryana CM announces CBI probe into land acquisition at Rohtak, Sonipat

                He also came down heavily on the Congress during the Zero Hour of the ongoing Budget Session in the state Assembly and said the party leaders had no right to talk about the plight of farmersPTI | March 14, 2018, 07:59 IST

                CHANDIGARH: The Haryanagovernment will recommend a CBI probe into alleged irregularities in land acquisition in Rohtak and Sonipat districts during the Congress regime, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said on Tuesday.

                He also came down heavily on the Congress during the Zero Hour of the ongoing Budget Session in the state Assembly and said the party leaders had no right to talk about the plight of farmers.

                "They themselves had acquired lands of farmers just to benefit some builders... There is no one the Congress did not cheat," he alleged.

                "We have decided to recommend a CBI probe into the irregularities committed during the Congress regime in cases of land acquisition in Rohtak and Sonipat districts," he said.

                Khatter said the injustice done to the farmers would be revealed in the investigation.

                The chief minister said the state government had earlier recommended CBI probe into three cases -- re-allotment of a plot to Associated Journals Limited (AJL) in Panchkula, industrial plot allotment by Haryana Sahri Vikas Pradhikaran in Panchkula, and the Manesar land case.










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                  CPCB panel recommends Rs 76 crore penalty on seven Sonipat builders

                  The report claims that these builders violated not only the environmental rules but also the licence terms and conditions. The district town planner’s office had given them only partial completion certificates. CHANDIGARH: A joint committee of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has recommended an environment compensation and penalty of Rs 76 crore on seven Sonipat builders who carved residential complexes out of sectors 58-61 and 64 in Kundli industrial area.

                  The National Green Tribunal (NGT) constituted this committee following a complaint from Uday Samiti and Dr Manorma Sharma. Samiti had moved the green tribunal in 2018, while Dr Sharma and others filed their complaint in 2020. On April 6, the committee held a meeting after visiting the spots in Sonipat and gave its report to the NGT for further action. The report indicts the builders for polluting the area’s air, soil, and water by not building the required infrastructure.

                  The report claims that these builders violated not only the environmental rules but also the licence terms and conditions. The district town planner’s office had given them only partial completion certificates. Those penalized are prominent companies of Sonipat district and Haryana’s NCR region.

                  In its detailed report, the committee explained how the builders did not even arrange for garbage disposal, sewage treatment, rainwater harvesting and how they had been extracting water without approval from the Central Ground Water Board. The committee had representatives from the CPCB, central environment ministry, IIT-Delhi, Haryana State Pollution Control Board, Haryana government, and town and country planning department.









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                    Sewage in vacant plots in Sonipat: Cough up damages, NGT tells builders

                    Ipsita Pati / TNN / Updated: Aug 2, 2022, 10:20 IST


                    The NGT has also mandated that the amount be used for environmental rejuvenation and restoration in the area (Representative image)

                    GURUGRAM: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has imposed an environmental compensation (EC) of Rs 153.6 crore on four builders for violating environmental norms and not complying with the solid waste management (SWM) rules at their six projects in the Kundli area of Sonipat. The tribunal has ordered that the environmental compensation be deposited with the Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) in three months.

                    The principal bench headed by Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel has ordered M/s TDI Infrastructure Ltd to pay Rs 72 crore for flouting environmental norms by discharging untreated sewage from TDI Kingsburry Apartment, Rs 10.8 crore for My Floor 2, Rs 12.28 crore for Tuscan City. It also directed three other builders to pay Rs 58 crore.

                    The order came after Kisan Uday Samiti — an association of residents of villages in Sonipat — filed a petition in the green tribunal in July 2020, alleging violation of environmental norms by not providing adequate drainage and sanitation systems in housing societies in sectors 58-64.

                    “TDI Infrastructure Ltd was dumping untreated sewage waste in nearby vacant plots causing severe pollution in the area. The builder has 1,500 flats but has not set up sewage treatment plants,” said S Sachin, one of the complainants and a member of the association.

                    The association alleged that several groups had constructed housing complexes in the area, but there was no appropriate infrastructure and sanitation facility for disposing sewage.

                    The tribunal, after the complaint was filed, had asked the state pollution control board — HSPCB — to conduct an inquiry. The board found serious violations of pollution norms. After its report was submitted, the tribunal ordered the builders to pay environmental compensation.

                    The NGT has also mandated that the amount be used for environmental rejuvenation and restoration in the area. It also ordered that a plan should be prepared within three months and implemented within six months from the date of submission of environmental compensation by the realtors.

                    “Project proponents are directed to take necessary steps in consultation with HSPCB and HUDA (now known as HSVP) for discharge of sewerage, complying/maintaining the prescribed standards under Water Act 1974 and the rules framed thereunder. The HSPCB and the district magistrate, Sonipat are directed to ensure that untreated sewage water generated on the premises of questioned projects, is not discharged on open land by transporting the same by tankers. The HSPCB shall ensure that diesel generators are not allowed to run in the questioned areas unless the provisions of Air Act 1981 are complied with and all precautions to maintain standards of air are taken,” the order stated.

                    Meanwhile, TDI Infrastructure Ltd is planning to move the Supreme Court against the order. “We will file an appeal in the Supreme Court,” said Ravinder Taneja of TDI Infrastructure Ltd.







                    Sewage In Vacant Plots: Cough Up Damages, Ngt Tells Builders | Gurgaon News - Times of India (indiatimes.com)
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                      Revenue officials under scanner over sale of prime land in Sonipat

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                      All this came to light last week when the Sonipat police registered a case of cheating, forgery and prevention of corruption act at the Civil lines police station of Sonipat last week.


                      CHANDIGARH: In an incident hinting towards involvement of revenue officials with the land mafia, a 3,000 square yards piece of commercial land in the heart of Sonipat was sold off in chunks over the period of four years.

                      All this came to light last week when the Sonipat police registered a case of cheating, forgery and prevention of corruption act at the Civil lines police station of Sonipat last week. Besides the then patwari, kanungo, tehsildar and naib tehsildar, the FIR has the names of original sellers as the accused.

                      According to information, a piece of 3,000 square yard of land with a front of 225 on the main road of Sonipat was shown as agriculture land for its sale to seven different persons, allegedly with connivance of revenue officials as well as the officials of municipal corporation, Sonipat.

                      According to FIR, the said piece of land was under dispute and litigation till the year 2018. The custodians of the land had allegedly concealed the fact from revenue staff and the revenue staff, too, ignored the same fact.

                      Besides this, the revenue clerk under-evaluated the land for the purpose of registration of sale deed to help sellers evade tax duty as well as development charges.

                      According to information, the patwari evaluated the said land for Rs 2.30 crore against the actual cost of Rs 17 crore, if sold as residential land. Since some portion of the land on the road has been developed as commercial spaces, hence the evaluation could have been much more. According to information, the preliminary investigations of the case was conducted by CM flying squad following the complaint received in the chief minister’s office (CMO).

                      Officials in Sonipat police said that those who have been named in the FIR have been asked to join the investigations for the recording of their statements. Besides this, those who were directly or indirectly linked to dealings too have been summoned.
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