Noida Extension Buyers Take on Builders

Home buyers who have invested in Noida Extension Real Estate projects are connecting online through discussion forums, facebook and other websites to vent out frustration against the builder lobby. Almost 100 people have signed up as members of a Facebook group that calls itself, 'Noida Extension Owners and Members Association'. The members include professionals from all walks of life.

NEOMA - Noida Extension Owners And Members Association is Noida extension owners and member association. The purpose and objective of NEOMA is to keep updated to all the Future residents of the Noida /Noida Ext. based on the users feedback. User can make their decision, owners can raise their voice in case of any issues.

------------------------------------------------------------------------
Supreme Court - Noida Extension News

Guyz look at Zee news. Noida extn ko rahat nahi....

नोएडा एक्सटेंशन को नंदीग्राम बनते नहीं देख सकते: SC

*नई दिल्ली। *सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने आज नोएडा एक्सटेंशन जमीन अधिग्रहण मामले में कहा
कि नोएडा एक्सटेंशन को दूसरा नंदीग्राम नहीं बनने दिया जाएगा। कोर्ट ने अपनी
टिप्पणी में कहा कि सरकार को जमीन अधिग्रहण को लेकर अपनी मानसिकता बदलनी होगी।

सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने उत्तर प्रदेश सरकार से पूछा कि खेती की जमीन अधिग्रहण करने से
पहले क्या इस बात की कोशिश की गई कि बंजर जमीन का अधिग्रहण पहले किया जाए। इस
दौरान कोर्ट में सरकार और किसानों के तरफ के पक्ष कोर्ट में मौजूद थे। सुप्रीम
कोर्ट ने इस मामले की जल्द सुनवाई करने से इंकार करते हुए कहा कि इसकी सुनवाई 5
जुलाई को होगी।Guyz look at Zee news. Noida extn ko rahat nahi....

नोएडा एक्सटेंशन को नंदीग्राम बनते नहीं देख सकते: SC

*नई दिल्ली। *सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने आज नोएडा एक्सटेंशन जमीन अधिग्रहण मामले में कहा
कि नोएडा एक्सटेंशन को दूसरा नंदीग्राम नहीं बनने दिया जाएगा। कोर्ट ने अपनी
टिप्पणी में कहा कि सरकार को जमीन अधिग्रहण को लेकर अपनी मानसिकता बदलनी होगी।

सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने उत्तर प्रदेश सरकार से पूछा कि खेती की जमीन अधिग्रहण करने से
पहले क्या इस बात की कोशिश की गई कि बंजर जमीन का अधिग्रहण पहले किया जाए। इस
दौरान कोर्ट में सरकार और किसानों के तरफ के पक्ष कोर्ट में मौजूद थे। सुप्रीम
कोर्ट ने इस मामले की जल्द सुनवाई करने से इंकार करते हुए कहा कि इसकी सुनवाई 5
जुलाई को होगी।Guyz look at Zee news. Noida extn ko rahat nahi....

नोएडा एक्सटेंशन को नंदीग्राम बनते नहीं देख सकते: SC

*नई दिल्ली। *सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने आज नोएडा एक्सटेंशन जमीन अधिग्रहण मामले में कहा
कि नोएडा एक्सटेंशन को दूसरा नंदीग्राम नहीं बनने दिया जाएगा। कोर्ट ने अपनी
टिप्पणी में कहा कि सरकार को जमीन अधिग्रहण को लेकर अपनी मानसिकता बदलनी होगी।

सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने उत्तर प्रदेश सरकार से पूछा कि खेती की जमीन अधिग्रहण करने से
पहले क्या इस बात की कोशिश की गई कि बंजर जमीन का अधिग्रहण पहले किया जाए। इस
दौरान कोर्ट में सरकार और किसानों के तरफ के पक्ष कोर्ट में मौजूद थे। सुप्रीम
कोर्ट ने इस मामले की जल्द सुनवाई करने से इंकार करते हुए कहा कि इसकी सुनवाई 5
जुलाई को होगी।
Read more
Reply
543 Replies
Sort by :Filter by :
  • SC: States using colonial law to oust poor from land

    State governments are taking advantage of the colonial land acquisition law to push the poor out of the development agenda,the Supreme Court said on Tuesday while hearing appeals against quashing the acquisition of village land by UP government and allotting it to developers.

    When the developers Supertech and Amrapali argued that houses were being constructed for needy as per the development master plan,a Bench of Justices G S Singhvi and A K Ganguly asked,Development for whom Look at your brochures which say housing complexes will have swimming pools,spas,ayurvedic massage centres.Are these for the poor Even a horse will laugh at this argument.

    The courts angst spilled over after it learnt that the land use for Shahberi village,which was acquired for industrial purposes,was changed in a hurried manner in 2009 and the land was transferred to developers.

    Taking advantage of the colonial Land Acquisition Act,1894,the state is driving poor people to the wall.This is a sinister anti-people campaign started by many states including UP, the Bench said.

    In the name of development,the governments are acquiring land.Developers are constructing malls and multiplexes on it.The common man's right is taken away by instrumentalities of the state,which should actually protect them.We can understand if land is acquired for constructing a barrage,canal or road.But you are building malls,hotels and commercial complexes to which the common man has no access, it said.Indiscriminate abuse of the public purpose clause by state governments with impunity pained the court.It said,Public purpose means what Gandhiji had said it should help the poorest person.That is the concept in Constitution.You are taking land from the poor to give it to the rich.

    The court laughed at the Greater Noida Authoritys argument that it gave the acquired land to developers because it was being encroached upon.Persons who owned the land were encroaching This argument projects a sick mind.If there were unplanned development,the state could have stopped it, it said.

    It sounded a warning,In the name of globalisation,liberalisation and development,do not marginalise the poor.Why is there a proliferation in militant activities That is because the poor are being pushed to the wall.The governments are not taking care of the poor and they cannot come to the court to redress their grievances. The arguments will continue on Wednesday.

    -TOI
    CommentQuote
  • I just would like to know what was the market price when the land was acquired? There was no road, no connectivity, no infrastructure at the place when GNA started surveying the area. The moment GNA started the survey, shrewed people got into action and started buying land from original tenure holder and original tenure holders were also happy selling their land and they also did not sell the land in so called "Market Place".

    Many people became coloniser and started converting the land purchased from original farmers into small plot without making any provision for parks, green area , wide road. If someone purchased 2 acre land, it converted into plots Similarly, the other person converted wtever piece of land he purchased from farmers into plots and started selling it. If it had continued, a slum like colony would have developed very soon without proper infrastructure and then u would get to know what would have been the market price. For your kind consideration, some of the petitioners are:

    -Modern Public School submits that School purchased the land in village Shahberi (in plot No. 131) on dated 2.4.2008 for Rs. 31.50 lac and has further purchased the land (in plot No. 137) Rs. 23.36 lacs.

    -The 'Arya Sahitya Prachar Trust' has purchased the land on 28.5.2009 and transferred it to Petitioner Nos. 1 to 4. They have in turn transferred the land to Petitioner Nos. 5 to 18 and similarly Petitioner No. 5 to 18 in Writ Petition No. 6108 of 2010.

    -Radha Swami Satsang Beas submits that the Petitioner purchased 0.926 hectares of land in plot No. 146 by sale deed dated 23.12.2008 executed by the original tenure holders.

    Are they farmers?

    You are very right in saying that land owner should have right of selling their own land but if it had been allowed then no development would have taken place. If individual people are allowed to sell land to individual builders it would lead to a total chaos. If it had been allowed, places like dwarka, gurgaon, noida would not exist at all. And NCR would have been a congested place only. I dont think any farmer suffered due to development of Noida, Dwarka, Gurgaon, they got only benefited due to the development. Otherwise, so called "Market Price" would not exist anywhere. The so called "Market Price" exists only when authority gets into action, acquires land as a single unit, makes a proper development map and then proceeds further. I have many friends who have/had land in Nazafgarh, Noida, Haryana and they know the fact that have become very rich due to acquisition otherwise, they were cultivating few tones of crops every year and sometimes losing it to due to adverse nature(lack of rain or excess of rain).

    It is also a fact that farmers who had land in noida are very affluent now. Travelling in Bulero with huge houses though they are clueless how to spend the money properly and better get into modelling coz it does not require application of mind.

    And if somebody is of the opinion that farmers follow principle of Upkaar's Manoj Kumar, then I beg to differ.

    Any why only farmers' land be prevented from acquisitiion without being paid so called "Market Price", every individual should have right to sell his land/flat at his will.

    Why the hell an individual sacrifice for public purpose?

    Why the hell people lost their property worth crores for Metro? They even didnt get 10% of market price when their property was acquired. Is government so poor that it can not pay them compensation according to market price?

    There are numerous people who lost their precious property and got nothing just because of Metro.

    Mr. Rahul Gandhi, you are a useless fellow. You know nothing except making politcal stunt which does not yield any gain for the party. You remain silent most of the time. You had also spent a night in dalit's home in UP and promised her that her worries will be taken care of but you never returned back.

    If you had indeed been a person of calibre, people would see you partcipating in discussion of issues of national importance and getting suggestions from you.

    Why are you allowing projects being developed along the stretch of Dwarka Expressway? Yo can ask Hudda to stop acquiring land in Haryana. Why does not SC put stay on all Dwarka Express way projects because their also land has been acquired from farmers and I dont think they got the market price as Haryana's land acquisition policy is not much better than UP's.

    Why dont you visit Maharastra where many farmers commit suicide every year?

    Media, you are another most corrupt pillar of democracy. You were criticising our PM till few days ago and when PM invited four editors who later on talked as spokepersons of PM, the very next day media was full praise for PM and published article of PM's 18 hours a day work schedule.

    Honourable SC, if indeed rape and murder had taken place, then you can take Suo Moto action and bring culprits to the book.

    SC is taking for granted that builders will provide swimming pool, spa and other luxuries in socities. We all know that such things will hardly be provided and we are also least bothered about such things. All we are intersted in a good place to live in and things like golf club, swimming pool, spa, are hardly of any interest.

    And are flats being in crores? Flats are being sold for 18-19 lakhs only and it is impossible to imagine that a person buying a flat for 18-19 lakhs by obtaining loan from bank will be intersted in luxuries.

    I have nothing against farmers. But let fair treatment be provided to all and sundry.

    Originally Posted by alokgarg
    I don't get this. it's the farmer's land, they are free to sell it to whoever they want at whatever price anyone is ready to pay them. how will you feel if govt asks you to sell your plot to them for 10% of market price.
    CommentQuote
  • I am in agreement with most of what is being said here. I had invested in NE but had withdrawn as i didn't see much hope in it.
    However, i disagree with the definition of aam aadmi/common man being touted here.

    If, you are paying 30% plus in tax... your income is over 11 or 12 lpa(Some part is saved by HRA,conveyance and investments) You are not the aam aadmi. You are mostly that generation which has reaped the benefits of liberalization a lot.
    The aam aadmi is the guy who is desperately making ends meet -- if you take the larger context of India. Most of us here are from the privileged class relative to what the actual aam aadmi is suffering. The class which gets a hefty discounted LPG cylinder at the same rate the "real aam aadmi" is forced to buy. The class which has no qualms about bribing the policeman to get out of a challan or submitting fake rent receipts/medical bills etc. The class that owns a car and still complains about being middle class. If a Raja or a Kalmadi is corrupt, its just a manifestation of what we all are, an inherently corrupt society with no respect for the law and ethics. Our extent of corruption is defined by our opportunities.

    Can the real aam aadmi ever dream of owning a house in NE.... I don't think so. Harsh but true.
    The SC, according to me, has taken an idealistic view. The UP govt has obviously done this whole drama (acquiring land for diff purpose, converting it to residential) to fill its coffers. By UP govt, i mean everybody from the peon(aam aadmi) to BMW and not just BMW. Funnily, whats inherently corrupted is now being justified by us because we are invested there.

    Apologies if my post hurts anyone. Its not directed against anyone and is just an observation. No.. its not even judgemental.
    CommentQuote
  • very well said Mr.commonman...... agree to it that it is all politically motivated.....and SC is part of it.... they are simply complicating the matter.. if they are so confident that this was all wrogn then why just they don't cancell it all and put auhority officers and gov officials behind bars for doing wrong...why the they are making us suffer...
    one thing for sure.... this issue has very simple solution that

    ....either land acquisition can't be avoided in NCR...and just farmers should be paid more compensation.... they are simply complicating the matter...
    OR
    Ask Parliament to frame a law that agricultural land can't be sold or purchased for any other purpose then farming and farmers will only do farming.
    May be RG can get some votes from farmers this way but least his partywill loose equal votes from people like us
    CommentQuote
  • Abe "Bevkoof", it seem you are supporting builders only because you have
    invested in the area. You are bringing all types of stats to support this construction on farm land.

    You have no respect for Apex court. See how SC has quoted Mahatma Gandhi - The constitution of India shall focus to benefit the poorest of people.
    You are lucky enough have a job in a MNC, and it does not entitle you to build
    your house on grave of thousands of farmers.

    We will teach you evil investors a lesson.

    Originally Posted by stpdcomonman
    I just would like to know what was the market price when the land was acquired? There was no road, no connectivity, no infrastructure at the place when GNA started surveying the area. The moment GNA started the survey, shrewed people got into action and started buying land from original tenure holder and original tenure holders were also happy selling their land and they also did not sell the land in so called "Market Place".

    Many people became coloniser and started converting the land purchased from original farmers into small plot without making any provision for parks, green area , wide road. If someone purchased 2 acre land, it converted into plots Similarly, the other person converted wtever piece of land he purchased from farmers into plots and started selling it. If it had continued, a slum like colony would have developed very soon without proper infrastructure and then u would get to know what would have been the market price. For your kind consideration, some of the petitioners are:

    -Modern Public School submits that School purchased the land in village Shahberi (in plot No. 131) on dated 2.4.2008 for Rs. 31.50 lac and has further purchased the land (in plot No. 137) Rs. 23.36 lacs.

    -The 'Arya Sahitya Prachar Trust' has purchased the land on 28.5.2009 and transferred it to Petitioner Nos. 1 to 4. They have in turn transferred the land to Petitioner Nos. 5 to 18 and similarly Petitioner No. 5 to 18 in Writ Petition No. 6108 of 2010.

    -Radha Swami Satsang Beas submits that the Petitioner purchased 0.926 hectares of land in plot No. 146 by sale deed dated 23.12.2008 executed by the original tenure holders.

    Are they farmers?

    You are very right in saying that land owner should have right of selling their own land but if it had been allowed then no development would have taken place. If individual people are allowed to sell land to individual builders it would lead to a total chaos. If it had been allowed, places like dwarka, gurgaon, noida would not exist at all. And NCR would have been a congested place only. I dont think any farmer suffered due to development of Noida, Dwarka, Gurgaon, they got only benefited due to the development. Otherwise, so called "Market Price" would not exist anywhere. The so called "Market Price" exists only when authority gets into action, acquires land as a single unit, makes a proper development map and then proceeds further. I have many friends who have/had land in Nazafgarh, Noida, Haryana and they know the fact that have become very rich due to acquisition otherwise, they were cultivating few tones of crops every year and sometimes losing it to due to adverse nature(lack of rain or excess of rain).

    It is also a fact that farmers who had land in noida are very affluent now. Travelling in Bulero with huge houses though they are clueless how to spend the money properly and better get into modelling coz it does not require application of mind.

    And if somebody is of the opinion that farmers follow principle of Upkaar's Manoj Kumar, then I beg to differ.

    Any why only farmers' land be prevented from acquisitiion without being paid so called "Market Price", every individual should have right to sell his land/flat at his will.

    Why the hell an individual sacrifice for public purpose?

    Why the hell people lost their property worth crores for Metro? They even didnt get 10% of market price when their property was acquired. Is government so poor that it can not pay them compensation according to market price?

    There are numerous people who lost their precious property and got nothing just because of Metro.

    Mr. Rahul Gandhi, you are a useless fellow. You know nothing except making politcal stunt which does not yield any gain for the party. You remain silent most of the time. You had also spent a night in dalit's home in UP and promised her that her worries will be taken care of but you never returned back.

    If you had indeed been a person of calibre, people would see you partcipating in discussion of issues of national importance and getting suggestions from you.

    Why are you allowing projects being developed along the stretch of Dwarka Expressway? Yo can ask Hudda to stop acquiring land in Haryana. Why does not SC put stay on all Dwarka Express way projects because their also land has been acquired from farmers and I dont think they got the market price as Haryana's land acquisition policy is not much better than UP's.

    Why dont you visit Maharastra where many farmers commit suicide every year?

    Media, you are another most corrupt pillar of democracy. You were criticising our PM till few days ago and when PM invited four editors who later on talked as spokepersons of PM, the very next day media was full praise for PM and published article of PM's 18 hours a day work schedule.

    Honourable SC, if indeed rape and murder had taken place, then you can take Suo Moto action and bring culprits to the book.

    SC is taking for granted that builders will provide swimming pool, spa and other luxuries in socities. We all know that such things will hardly be provided and we are also least bothered about such things. All we are intersted in a good place to live in and things like golf club, swimming pool, spa, are hardly of any interest.

    And are flats being in crores? Flats are being sold for 18-19 lakhs only and it is impossible to imagine that a person buying a flat for 18-19 lakhs by obtaining loan from bank will be intersted in luxuries.

    I have nothing against farmers. But let fair treatment be provided to all and sundry.
    CommentQuote
  • VERY GOOD !!!

    This is the ugly truth..

    Originally Posted by aam aadmi
    Supreme court is biased against the aam aadmi...as he is of no relevance to the politicians...in any case 33 p.c tax will be deducted from him and he will be made to pay all taxes....made to take loans...etc etc

    SC said.....Why were builders selling flats starting 10 lakhs with facilities like swimming pool, etc etc....

    Tell these jokers who have become judges that a similar sized flat in delhi is being sold by DDA govt. At nearly 30 lakhs...and in resale at 50 lakhs.
    Noida extension was the affordable segment area in proper NCR...where a aam aadmi cud actually own a flat without sinking deep in loans, etc

    But amazingly the SC doesnt want that...

    To sum it.....if the land acquisition policy was not ok (other states use it too)...then why its still there..why SC didnt act upon it????

    If villagers had filed cases in HC then how come authority issued land documents of a 'disputed property' to builder

    And why builder knowing the fact that this land has cases filed against its acquisiting thereby making it 'Disputed' sold it to end users.

    SC has no interest in asking these questions
    Nor its interested to instruct the authorities to issue a PUBLIC statement telling which all villages (sectors) are having cases filed against.

    But as i said before....SC has no interest at all....they want to make a Politically motivated statement in which the aam aadmi will be featured nowhere.

    Had a few sectors in Noida extension were given as co-operative plots as judges society, etc like on noida expressway, noida and greater noida.....nothing wud have happened to this area

    Waah re....Judicial system of India...
    CommentQuote
  • Now simple but the most tough question

    Everyone talked about the problems... what is the solution?
    CommentQuote
  • Originally Posted by ondabhai
    Now simple but the most tough question

    Everyone talked about the problems... what is the solution?

    Solution always lies in the problem itself - give the problem a hard look, break it down to the lowest level - then again look at the least challanging issue - and you got the solution.

    Here the problem is no one knows the extent of the problem - so everyone is kind of engrossed in something which they are unable to understand.

    Now - go to the smallest possible builder ;) and you will have the solution

    rohit
    CommentQuote
  • Originally Posted by ondabhai
    Now simple but the most tough question

    Everyone talked about the problems... what is the solution?


    You sound like my PM... "Guys dont come to me with problems... Come to me with solutions!!!" in a very exasperated tone :)
    CommentQuote
  • Originally Posted by rohit_warren
    Solution always lies in the problem itself - give the problem a hard look, break it down to the lowest level - then again look at the least challanging issue - and you got the solution.

    Here the problem is no one knows the extent of the problem - so everyone is kind of engrossed in something which they are unable to understand.

    Now - go to the smallest possible builder ;) and you will have the solution

    rohit


    This is called motherhood statement. There is a difference between bhasan and solution

    CommentQuote
  • Originally Posted by Mikhail
    You sound like my PM... "Guys dont come to me with problems... Come to me with solutions!!!" in a very exasperated tone :)


    Talking about problem is relatively very easy as we all have all sorts of problems. So if we all do like someone, everyone and no one .... then we will eternally talk about problems only.

    Anyway, it does not make any sense to do all these in internet forum... except some FUN and timepass!!!
    CommentQuote
  • Very nice and factual information...

    Ppl here need to understand that the plight of the farmers is not the immediate effect of this land acquisition..

    But, there are many other reasons for them which are the consequence of corrupt government....
    If even after so many years of independence, the farmer is in such a poor state then someone else should be held culpable for it...

    Only talking about the welfare of farmers and not doing anything is the role of politicians..not ours...and the govt has exactly done that...

    The problem should be looked upon from a macroscopic view rather than one disillusioned with emotions...

    Regards

    Originally Posted by stpdcomonman
    I just would like to know what was the market price when the land was acquired? There was no road, no connectivity, no infrastructure at the place when GNA started surveying the area. The moment GNA started the survey, shrewed people got into action and started buying land from original tenure holder and original tenure holders were also happy selling their land and they also did not sell the land in so called "Market Place".

    Many people became coloniser and started converting the land purchased from original farmers into small plot without making any provision for parks, green area , wide road. If someone purchased 2 acre land, it converted into plots Similarly, the other person converted wtever piece of land he purchased from farmers into plots and started selling it. If it had continued, a slum like colony would have developed very soon without proper infrastructure and then u would get to know what would have been the market price. For your kind consideration, some of the petitioners are:

    -Modern Public School submits that School purchased the land in village Shahberi (in plot No. 131) on dated 2.4.2008 for Rs. 31.50 lac and has further purchased the land (in plot No. 137) Rs. 23.36 lacs.

    -The 'Arya Sahitya Prachar Trust' has purchased the land on 28.5.2009 and transferred it to Petitioner Nos. 1 to 4. They have in turn transferred the land to Petitioner Nos. 5 to 18 and similarly Petitioner No. 5 to 18 in Writ Petition No. 6108 of 2010.

    -Radha Swami Satsang Beas submits that the Petitioner purchased 0.926 hectares of land in plot No. 146 by sale deed dated 23.12.2008 executed by the original tenure holders.

    Are they farmers?

    You are very right in saying that land owner should have right of selling their own land but if it had been allowed then no development would have taken place. If individual people are allowed to sell land to individual builders it would lead to a total chaos. If it had been allowed, places like dwarka, gurgaon, noida would not exist at all. And NCR would have been a congested place only. I dont think any farmer suffered due to development of Noida, Dwarka, Gurgaon, they got only benefited due to the development. Otherwise, so called "Market Price" would not exist anywhere. The so called "Market Price" exists only when authority gets into action, acquires land as a single unit, makes a proper development map and then proceeds further. I have many friends who have/had land in Nazafgarh, Noida, Haryana and they know the fact that have become very rich due to acquisition otherwise, they were cultivating few tones of crops every year and sometimes losing it to due to adverse nature(lack of rain or excess of rain).

    It is also a fact that farmers who had land in noida are very affluent now. Travelling in Bulero with huge houses though they are clueless how to spend the money properly and better get into modelling coz it does not require application of mind.

    And if somebody is of the opinion that farmers follow principle of Upkaar's Manoj Kumar, then I beg to differ.

    Any why only farmers' land be prevented from acquisitiion without being paid so called "Market Price", every individual should have right to sell his land/flat at his will.

    Why the hell an individual sacrifice for public purpose?

    Why the hell people lost their property worth crores for Metro? They even didnt get 10% of market price when their property was acquired. Is government so poor that it can not pay them compensation according to market price?

    There are numerous people who lost their precious property and got nothing just because of Metro.

    Mr. Rahul Gandhi, you are a useless fellow. You know nothing except making politcal stunt which does not yield any gain for the party. You remain silent most of the time. You had also spent a night in dalit's home in UP and promised her that her worries will be taken care of but you never returned back.

    If you had indeed been a person of calibre, people would see you partcipating in discussion of issues of national importance and getting suggestions from you.

    Why are you allowing projects being developed along the stretch of Dwarka Expressway? Yo can ask Hudda to stop acquiring land in Haryana. Why does not SC put stay on all Dwarka Express way projects because their also land has been acquired from farmers and I dont think they got the market price as Haryana's land acquisition policy is not much better than UP's.

    Why dont you visit Maharastra where many farmers commit suicide every year?

    Media, you are another most corrupt pillar of democracy. You were criticising our PM till few days ago and when PM invited four editors who later on talked as spokepersons of PM, the very next day media was full praise for PM and published article of PM's 18 hours a day work schedule.

    Honourable SC, if indeed rape and murder had taken place, then you can take Suo Moto action and bring culprits to the book.

    SC is taking for granted that builders will provide swimming pool, spa and other luxuries in socities. We all know that such things will hardly be provided and we are also least bothered about such things. All we are intersted in a good place to live in and things like golf club, swimming pool, spa, are hardly of any interest.

    And are flats being in crores? Flats are being sold for 18-19 lakhs only and it is impossible to imagine that a person buying a flat for 18-19 lakhs by obtaining loan from bank will be intersted in luxuries.

    I have nothing against farmers. But let fair treatment be provided to all and sundry.
    CommentQuote
  • Originally Posted by ondabhai
    Now simple but the most tough question

    Everyone talked about the problems... what is the solution?



    Legal Solution
    Fresh land acquisition proceedings right from section 4. (which will lead no where).

    Practical Solution
    Builders directly negotiating with farmers and paying extra money.

    A committee under retired High Court judge to negotiate and settle the issue.

    Home buyers in NE will get sc***ed in any of the above situation.
    CommentQuote
  • i think you have solved the most complex problem in the simplest manner.
    Could please explain how going to the smallest builder can solve this problem, i think all the people on this forum would be interested in knowing it.

    If this is so simple then why don't you put some information so that all are benefitted from it.

    Going to the small builder does not give me any clue....


    Originally Posted by rohit_warren



    Now - go to the smallest possible builder ;) and you will have the solution

    rohit
    CommentQuote
  • Originally Posted by ondabhai
    Now simple but the most tough question

    Everyone talked about the problems... what is the solution?


    If SC asks the govt to pay something around 5k psm to the farmers...then don't you think this will solve the problem ? Authority has already taken around 10k psm from builders..they can spare 4k more psm

    Pls share your thoughts...
    CommentQuote