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Noida Extension Buyers Unite Against Builders

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  • #11


    Re : Noida Extension Buyers Unite Against Builders

    If land is given back to farmers, they cannot use land for farming and neither use for residential as all land belong to agriculture land…If farmers starts selling land by illegal colony then authority will take revenge from farmers for illegal plotting…this location will soon become “ghost town” with half constructions and farmers may put cows on those half constructions houses…No one gets nothing but end user/builder got stuck in this deal.

    So farmers may opt best for him…farmers may demand 70% value of land (from allotment rate) as compensation and 6% abadi land and 17% developed land by builder..


    • #12


      Re : Noida Extension Buyers Unite Against Builders

      Things seem to be getting more complicated now. Attitude of SC looks complete against NA and farmers see that as a plus point, which could also bring other farmers from near by area into this mess. It is not clear what farmers want as some of them certainly would have got better offers, but collectively not I guess.

      Noone is ready to re-present buyers in this case as they are the biggest losers. They should also form a group, go to HC/SC and if gets approved then get their money back from the builders.


      • #13


        Re : Noida Extension Buyers Unite Against Builders

        I don't think nandigram and NE are comparable. Nandigram was in middle of nowhere and for a lot of people working on that land that was only source of income(IIRC, gha-rondabhai had a very good post on situation in nandigram, search for it). If you go through news stories about NE, you won't see farmers demanding land back for farming. almost all of them are demanding money(up-to 2-5 crores per acre), share in projects, plots etc. if this land is converted back to farmland, it will not be worth 2 crores per acre. at most, it will be 20-40 lacs per acre(even that will depend on fertility of land). farmers also know it. all these court cases are for getting more compensation and leverage in final negotiation for price with authority when final price will be decided.

        these kind of cases are very common after land acquisition. almost all of them are settled after paying market rates to farmers. nandigram was big news, because it was not settled and a big exception.

        But still there is a possibility that SC will cancel everything as you are saying and I will not advise anyone to invest in NE until all these court cases are settled. But from the looks of thing, I think following will happen.
        1. authority will pay extra money to farmers.
        2. these costs will be passed to buyers as EDC.
        3. NE will not be a cheaper option anymore.

        Originally posted by Mogammo
        Persons only think which benefit him the most but ground reality may not be as he is thinking. If authority was interested to give more compensation then why they go to SC while all know it very well that if this case not solved with in 2 years then there will also be no new booking in NE in next 2 years which means almost all projects of NE will get stalled and 60% builder will become bankrupt.

        Lots of area of NE also can not be used as residential and if SC do stick verdict against that land then what will be the benefit of talking with farmers then.

        Also same case was in Singoor, and Tata was agree to give huge compensation along with jobs for each family member of farmers but still 90% farmers was not interested to sell his land and refuse everything from TATA and at this time all know TATA has lost his control in Singoor at all. How you can say that farmers will definitely satisfy with increased compensations and really want to sell his land, because if this is a general rule (as per you) then why in Singoor 100% opposite of this happen. TATA face huge loss of 5 Billion due to issue in Singoor, and finally farmers wins and get their land back.

        We should not forget Authority must have to follow Government & SC, and not body knows what next UP government will decide on Mayawati acquired NE / YEW areas. In Tamilnadu , UP (Reliance Dadri Land) and several land acquired of thousand of hectare had already been reversed & return back in past just with in 1 month of government change. How we can sure that this will not happen in NE / YEW if SP comes in power, while 3 years back Mayawati return back 2000 Acre land to farmers which Mulaum Singh acquired for Reliance.


        • #14


          Re : Noida Extension Buyers Unite Against Builders

          सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने माया सरकार को चेताया, 'नहीं होने देंगे और नंदीग्राम'

          ग्रेटर नोएडा में भूमि अधिग्रहण के तौर-तरीकों पर सख्त एतराज जताते हुए सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने उत्तर प्रदेश की मायावती सरकार की कड़ी खिंचाई की है। सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने कहा है कि हम किसी भी राज्य में और नंदीग्राम नहीं होने दे सकते। इसे रोकने के लिए इन मामलों में हस्तक्षेप करेंगे।

          जस्टिस सदाशिवम और जस्टिस ए.के. पटनायक की बेंच ने सवाल किया कि आखिर अर्जेंसी क्लॉज लगाने की क्या जरूरत पड़ गई इन मामलों में ? इस क्लॉज के जरिए किसानों को आपत्ति उठाने से रोक दिया गया... पर इसकी जरूरत क्यों पड़ी ? ये फ्लैट किसके लिए बनाए जा रहे हैं ? इन्हें कौन बना रहा है ? हम इन मामलों को बारीकी से देखेंगे। हम राज्यों में और नंदीग्राम नहीं होने देना चाहते।

          अदालत ने कहा, नंदीग्राम (पश्चिम बंगाल) में भी ऐसे ही अर्जेंसी क्लॉज के जरिए किसानों को आपत्ति उठाने से रोक दिया गया था। इस वजह से वहां बड़े पैमाने पर विरोध प्रदर्शन और हिंसा हुई।
          बेंच ने कहा, ' हम अपनी आंखें बंद नहीं कर सकते। आप (खेती लायक जमीन) एक पक्ष से लेते हो और दूसरे को दो देते हो। यह बंद होना चाहिए। अगर यह बंद नहीं होता है तो यह अदालत इसे बंद करने के लिए हस्तक्षेप करेगी। यह समाज के सिर्फ एक तबके का विकास है। '

          सुप्रीम कोर्ट की ये सख्त टिप्पणियां ग्रेटर नोएडा इंडस्ट्रियल डिवेलपमेंट अथॉरिटी और सुपरटेक, आम्रपाली जैसे बिल्डरों की पिटीशन पर सुनवाई के दौरान आईं। बिल्डरों ने इलाहाबाद हाईकोर्ट के उस आदेश को चुनौती देते हुए यह अपील की थी जिसके मुताबिक ग्रेटर नोएडा में जमीन अधिग्रहण नोटिसों को रद्द कर दिया गया था।

          शीर्ष अदालत ने खास तौर पर महंगी बिल्डिंगें और फ्लैट्स बनाने के मकसद से किसानों की जमीन हासिल करने के लिए लैंड अक्वीजिशन ऐक्ट का अर्जेंसी क्लॉज लगाने पर कड़ी नाराजगी जाहिर की हाई कोर्ट ने 31 मई को ग्रेटर नोएडा के गुलिस्तान गांव में औद्योगिक विकास के नाम पर हुआ 170 हेक्टेयर जमीन का अधिग्रहण रद्द कर दिया था।

          -navbharat times
          Last edited June 27 2011, 06:12 PM.


          • #15


            Re : Noida Extension Buyers Unite Against Builders

            Buyers must form a group and become party in the case

            Buyers must form a group and become party in the case otherwise no one
            will represent their version in supreme court and they will lost their hardly
            earned money. Also now no one should pay any money to builders, as now supreme court is commenting for complete noida extension not for some specific projects. Every builder is making us fool that their project is not effected with judgement but now we can see its case for existence of all the projects in noida extention.


            • #16


              Re : Noida Extension Buyers Unite Against Builders

              SC attitude is clear in above post...


              • #17


                Re : Noida Extension Buyers Unite Against Builders

                What about the projects which have so far been unaffected. Looks nothing is safe in NE. Only farming is important for Courts. They will not intervene when same farmers will sell there lands at exorbitant rates for commercial and residential use.Doesn;t Court understand a simple thing that in the areas adjoining NCR and other metros , farming is not that important rather development is more required.


                • #18


                  Re : Noida Extension Buyers Unite Against Builders

                  Archaic land acquisition act should go: SC

                  NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday said the archaic land acquisition act must go to prevent Nandigram in every state. The observation came on UP government's appeal against HC order cancelling land acquisition in Noida.

                  Criticising UP Government for acquiring prime agricultural land for building luxury flats in Greater Noida, the Supreme Court today questioned the invoking of urgency clause that bars farmers from raising objections and said it will step in to prevent "more Nandigrams".

                  "Whose residential use are these flats for? Who is building them? What are the prices?.. We want to go into details of the case. This urgency clause is not automatically invoked.... We do not want more Nandigrams in all states," a bench of Justices P Sathasivam and A K Patnaik said.

                  The Bench said it would not like a situation similar to Nandigaram in West Bengal where such steps to acquire land by invoking urgency clause under which farmers cannot raise objections led to large-scale protests and violence.

                  "We will not keep our eyes closed. You take it (agricultural land) from one side and give it to the other. This has to go and if it does not go this court will step in to ensure that. It is development of one section of the society only," the bench said.

                  The hard-hitting observations were made by the bench during the hearing on petitions filed by Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority and real estate developers and builders including Supertech and Amrapali challenging the Allahabad High Court order which had quashed the notifications for land acquisition in Greater Noida, adjoining the national capital.

                  The apex court expressed its annoyance over the invocation of urgency clause under the land acquisition law for taking over the land on which high-cost residential flats were being constructed.

                  The High Court had on May 31 quashed acquisition of 170 hectares of land at Gulistan village in Greater Noida for industrial development.

                  Archaic land acquisition act should go: SC - The Times of India


                  • #19


                    Re : Noida Extension Buyers Unite Against Builders

                    Yes, I think buyers should not give any money to the builder. They should put a collective effort to get their money back or atleast get a written acceptance from builder that payment would be delayed till this judgement is cleared. This could take several years and is in favor of builder but in this way builder can't throw a trick on you by saying that your allotment is cancelled due to non-payment of installments on time or something like that. Other thing they can do is start charging heavy interest by the time this issue is in court. Buyers should protect themselves in every possible way.


                    • #20


                      Re : Noida Extension Buyers Unite Against Builders

                      Just watched news on Sahara Samay… SC agreed on HC decision on stay of land acquisition in Noida extension…. 5th July is just formality to announce final decision.. SC may warn authority /govt to avoid any future acquisition and may give decision in favor of farmers with some more favor on money matters OR land back decision.


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