पतवाड़ी के किसानों का लिखित समझौता
जागरण संवाददाता, ग्रेटर नोएडा किसानों के साथ समझौते की दिशा में ग्रेटर नोएडा प्राधिकरण को बृहस्पतिवार को बड़ी सफलता हासिल हुई। पतवाड़ी गांव के किसानों के साथ प्राधिकरण का समझौता हो गया। इससे बिल्डरों व निवेशकों को बहुत बड़ी राहत मिली है। समझौता भी किसानों के लिए फायदेमंद रहा। उन्हें अब 550 रुपये प्रति वर्गमीटर अतिरिक्त मुआवजा देने पर सहमति बन गई है। साथ ही आबादी व बैकलीज की शर्तो को हटा लिया गया है। हालांकि नोएडा के सेक्टर-62 में गुरुवार को देर रात तक अन्य मुद्दों पर प्राधिकरण व किसानों के बीच बातचीत जारी थी। इलाहाबाद हाईकोर्ट ने 19 जुलाई को पतवाड़ी गांव की 589 हेक्टयेर जमीन का अधिग्रहण रद कर दिया था। अधिग्रहण रद होने से सात बिल्डरों के प्रोजेक्ट प्रभावित हुई हुए थे। 26 हजार निवेशकों के फ्लैट का सपना भी टूट गया था। प्राधिकरण के ढाई हजार भूखंड़ों, चार सौ निर्मित मकानों व दो इंजीनियरिंग कॉलेज की योजना भी अधर में लटक गई थी। 26 जुलाई को हाईकोर्ट ने नोएडा एक्सटेंशन के अन्य गांवों की सुनवाई के दौरान प्राधिकरण, बिल्डर व किसानों को 12 अगस्त तक आपस में समझौते करने का सुझाव दिया था। हाईकोर्ट के सुझाव पर प्राधिकरण ने किसानों से समझौते के लिए वार्ता की पहल शुरू की। 27 जुलाई को प्राधिकरण के सीईओ रमा रमन ने सबसे पहले पतवाड़ी गांव के प्रधान को पत्र भेज कर वार्ता करने के लिए आमंत्रित किया। दूसरे दिन ग्राम प्रधान रेशपाल यादव ने प्राधिकरण कार्यालय पहुंच कर सीईओ से बातचीत कर उनका रुख जानने का प्रयास किया था। 30 जुलाई को सीईओ ने गांव पतवाड़ी जाकर किसानों से सामूहिक रूप में बात की। इस दौरान मुआवजा वृद्धि को छोड़कर किसानों के साथ अन्य मांगों पर प्राधिकरण ने सकारात्मक रुख दिखाया। मुआवजा बढ़ोतरी पर बातचीत करने के लिए किसानों को आपस में कमेटी गठित कर वार्ता का प्रस्ताव सीईओ दे आए थे। इसके बाद किसानों के साथ गुरुवार को नोएडा के सेक्टर-62 में बैठक बुलाई गई। इसमें प्राधिकरण के सीईओ रमा रमन, ग्रामीण अभियंत्रण मंत्री जयवीर ठाकुर, सांसद सुरेंद्र सिंह नागर व जिलाधिकारी के साथ किसानों की वार्ता शुरू हुई। आठ घंटे तक वार्ता चलने के बाद किसान समझौते के लिए तैयार हो गए। सूत्रों के अनुसार पतवाड़ी गांव के किसानों को मिले 850 रुपये प्रति वर्गमीटर के अलावा 550 रुपये प्रति वर्गमीटर और देने पर सहमति बन गई है। देर रात तक बैठक जारी थी। अभी इसकी अधिकारिक घोषणा नहीं की गई है। हालांकि गांव के कुछ किसानों ने वार्ता की पुष्टि की है। इससे पूर्व किसानों की आबादी को पूरी तरह से अधिग्रहण मुक्त रखा जाएगा। बैकलीज की शर्ते हटा ली जाएगी। पतवाड़ी गांव का समझौता होने पर प्राधिकरण को नोएडा एक्सटेंशन के अन्य गांवों में किसानों के साथ समझौता करने की राह आसान हो गई है। नोएडा एक्सटेंशन विवाद ने रोके खरीददार : नोएडा एक्सटेंशन विवाद ने समूचे ग्रेटर नोएडा एवं यमुना एक्सप्रेस वे प्राधिकरण क्षेत्र में संपत्तियों की खरीद-फरोख्त पर ब्रेक लगा दिया है। दोनों जगह ढूंढे से भी खरीददार नहीं मिल रहे हैं। कुछ समय पहले तक जो लोग शहर में अपना आशियाना बनाने के लिए आतुर थे, वे अब यहां संपत्ति खरीदने से हिचकिचा रहे हंै। पिछले बीस दिनों में भूखंड व मकानों की गिनी-चुनी रजिस्ट्री हुई हैं। सिर्फ गांवों में कृषि व आबादी भूमि की रजिस्ट्री हो रही है। इससे प्रदेश सरकार को राजस्व की भी हानि उठानी पड़ रही है
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  • Noida farmers, flat buyers join hands: ‘Both are victims’


    Noida The affected farmers and flat buyers of Noida Extension have decide join hands in a fight to secure their right as land owners and home buyers.


    Instead of going head to head with NCR Planning Board separately, the representatives of buyers and farmers called a joint press conference on Saturday to put forward their demands.

    While Noida Extension Flat Owners and Members Association asked for required clearances for the housing projects at the earliest, the farmers’ body — Kisan Sangharsh Samiti — said they should get the increased compensation awarded to them by the Allahabad High Court.

    Vice-president of buyers’ organisation, Annu Khan, said: “Both sides — farmers and flat buyers — are victims in this case. The government took away farmers’ land at low costs under the urgency clause, and sold it to builders at higher rates. Flats were sold to us, but no construction activity has taken place. Therefore, the responsibility for the problem lies with the administration. We urge them to push the NCRPB to give our flats clearances at the earliest. Most of the flat buyers, who have invested in the area, are from middle class families and their financial planning has been thrown off by the controversy.”

    Members of Kisan Sangharsh Samiti said the authorities are not following Allahabad High Court’s directions.

    In October 2011, the High Court had directed Noida and Greater Noida Authority to give an added compensation upto the tune of 64 per cent to farmers whose land had been acquired.

    The court also directed that the farmers be given 5 per cent of the developed plot on the acquired land.

    “There was a clear logic of the Allahabad High Court. The developed plots were (given) so we could set up small businesses for our daily income. Very few people have received the developed plots. Also, there are several who are yet to receive their compensation amounts. We understand that the flatbuyers have also been victimised like us for no fault of their own. But if the compensation and developed plots are given, there could be a possible resolution of the problem in a very short period of time,” said Mahesh Yadav, a KSS member. A section of farmers, however, disagreed with the KSS stance.
    Naresh Chouhan, from Patwari village, said, “This is not an acceptable solution. Even with the added compensation and developed plots, we have not been given a fair price for our land. We were against our land being taken away. Therefore, we have appealed the High Court verdict in the Supreme Court. Nothing short of compensation of our land at market rates or the return of our land is acceptable, and our agitation will continue till we get relief.”

    Noida farmers, flat buyers join hands: ‘Both are victims’ - Express India
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  • Fritolay bhai, can u pls tell when in the verdict of SC expected. Coz I think the govt doesnot want to take any decision on its own and is waiting for the verdict...thats the least tension for the govt.
    Even if NCRPB gives approval but SC reverses the decision then again the thing sill go in limbo.
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  • Originally Posted by Veeru Dada
    Fritolay bhai, can u pls tell when in the verdict of SC expected. Coz I think the govt doesnot want to take any decision on its own and is waiting for the verdict...thats the least tension for the govt.
    Even if NCRPB gives approval but SC reverses the decision then again the thing sill go in limbo.


    SC hearing will be started from 3rd Aug
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  • SC hearing will be started from 3rd Aug

    Originally Posted by fritolay_ps
    SC hearing will be started from 3rd Aug


    Thankyou for all the information you are sharing with us.......
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  • This means that this drama will continue till august.... no matter whatsoever and whomsoever may do anything...... thats decided for sure
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  • किसानों के 900 करोड़ का प्रपोजल होगा शामिल


    नोएडा :
    बढ़े हुए मुआवजे के रूप में मिलने वाले 900 करोड़ रुपये किसानों को जल्द ही मिल सकते हैं। अथॉरिटी की आगामी बोर्ड बैठक में प्रस्तावित बजट प्रपोजल में इसे शामिल किया जाएगा। हालांकि यूपी इलेक्शन से पहले इस मद में 300 करोड़ रुपये का भुगतान किसानों को किया जा चुका है। बचे हुए 900 करोड़ रुपये किसानों को मिलने अभी शेष हैं।

    अथॉरिटी अफसरों के अनुसार शासन स्तर से ग्राम और किसानों की मांगों के जल्द निस्तारण के निर्देश के चलते आगामी बोर्ड बैठक में इस प्रस्ताव को मंजूरी के लिए रखा जाएगा। अप्रूवल मिलने के बाद रोस्टर बनाकर बढ़ा हुआ मुआवजा गांवों में कैंप लगाकर वितरित किया जाएगा। बता दें कि हाई कोर्ट ने किसानों को अधिग्रहीत जमीन के सापेक्ष 5 के बजाए 10 पर्सेंट जमीन और 64.7 पर्सेंट बढ़ा हुआ मुआवजा देने के आदेश पिछले साल दिए थे, जिसके चलते गांवों में कैंप लगाकर करीब 300 करोड़ रुपये किसानों को वितरित किए गए थे। बाकी 900 करोड़ रुपये का भुगतान नहीं किया जा सका था। प्रदेश में नई सरकार बनने के बाद अब दोबारा स्कीम पर काम शुरू किया गया है।

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  • NEFOMA updates

    We NEFOMA and Kisan Sangarsh Samiti decided to work together to get approval for Noida Extension from NCRPB .After the approval we buyers will decide the further course of action in the meeting....NEFOMA is supporting Kisan Sangarsh Samiti only for the decision given by the high court of the state...but farmers should have only one initiative and then we will support.....

    dear members, just dont panic ...our first and the most important need is the approval by NCRPB.. so plz be concentrated on this.

    Team Nefoma.
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  • There is section of Farmers who donot agree with enhanced compensation and 10% land, they are agitating for compensation at market price. GNIDA is under loan of 6500 Crore INR and will be supported by government for their daily needs.
    KSS might be with NEFOMA but the intent of shaking hands is dubious. KSS now targeting for enhanced compensation and 10% developed land which is now distant dream as GNIDA is under loss of 6500 Crore INR.
    suppose KSS get their compensation but still some section of farmer can go to court and put stay on compromise formula.
    Another twist is going to be added by Team Anna and they are going to launch agitation from july for more compensation for farmers in western U.P. Belt. However if Team Anna does this they will loose large chunk of middle class base. I donot support team Anna on this.
    My Suggestion for NEFOMA is to fight their cause individually rather than to team up with KSS. Let KSS fight their own cause.
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  • Noida Extn row: Farmers, homebuyers threaten to halt traffic


    Disgruntled farmers and homebuyers on Saturday threatened to disrupt traffic between Noida and Delhi via Noida Extension, if the Greater Noida's master plan was not approved by the NCR Planning Board (NCRPB) by July 10.

    At a joint press conference, Noida Extension Flat Owners and Members Association (Nefoma) and Kisan Sangharsh Samiti (KSS), an umbrella body of farmers seeking more compensation for their land, pledged support for each other and said, "We would petition the NCRPB in Delhi for plan approval on June 26."

    "We're not afraid to take recourse to violence. When houses can't be built, we won't let the Noida Extension area be used for other purposes," said Abhishek Kumar of Nefoma. Tikam Singh of KSS echoed similar sentiments. Peaceful protests by Nefoma in the past have failed to move the planning board.

    The construction work at the proposed reality hub has remained halted for eight months now due to non-clearance of the board. About 2.5 lakh flats are planned and one lakh of them are already booked in Noida Extension.
    The Allahabad high court on October 21 last year ruled land would remain with builders and farmers would get increased benefits. But the court also said construction would not resume till the planning board approved the plan. The NCRPB has postponed several meeting and the master plan remains unapproved, giving tension to buyers.

    But farmers have also been troubled. Because projects are stuck and there are no fresh bookings, builders cannot fund the authority thousands of crores of rupees needed for hiked cash relief to farmers as ordered by the court.

    Since all construction activities are halted, farmland cannot be developed by putting in place facilities such as roads, sewer lines, drinking water and power supply. This has halted allotment of share of developed land to farmers as ordered by the court.

    Farmers of several villages have moved the Supreme Court to seek their land back. The issue of master plan approval will remain relevant only when the apex court does not set aside land takeover and land remains with builders.

    Noida Extn row: Farmers, homebuyers threaten to halt traffic - Hindustan Times
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  • I think there is a tacit understanding between the UP Govt, NCRPB & Central Govt to delay all approvals till the SC gives its verdict. Whatever decision is taken by SC can be used by the above parties to shift the blame. I do not expect any resolution to this problem by Govt or NCRPB. They are just making a fool out of everyone.
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  • Originally Posted by atmaram
    I think there is a tacit understanding between the UP Govt, NCRPB & Central Govt to delay all approvals till the SC gives its verdict. Whatever decision is taken by SC can be used by the above parties to shift the blame. I do not expect any resolution to this problem by Govt or NCRPB. They are just making a fool out of everyone.

    We paid 3.3 lacs(1 lacs more than 10%) for our flats in NE
    please clarify
    1) if I cancel my booking i will get only 1 lacs return(10% will be lost)
    2) Suppose if NE is scrapped/Builder cancel my booking, how much we will get back?the whole amount or still some deduction
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  • Originally Posted by botal bhai
    We paid 3.3 lacs(1 lacs more than 10%) for our flats in NE
    please clarify
    1) if I cancel my booking i will get only 1 lacs return(10% will be lost)
    2) Suppose if NE is scrapped/Builder cancel my booking, how much we will get back?the whole amount or still some deduction

    If the builder cancil the flat - Theoratically they should give 100% back with interest but....................................
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  • Noida farmers, flat buyers join hands: ‘Both are victims’

    The affected farmers and flat buyers of Noida Extension have decide join hands in a fight to secure their right as land owners and home buyers.

    Instead of going head to head with NCR Planning Board separately, the representatives of buyers and farmers called a joint press conference on Saturday to put forward their demands.

    While Noida Extension Flat Owners and Members Association asked for required clearances for the housing projects at the earliest, the farmers’ body — Kisan Sangharsh Samiti — said they should get the increased compensation awarded to them by the Allahabad High Court.

    Vice-president of buyers’ organisation, Annu Khan, said: “Both sides — farmers and flat buyers — are victims in this case. The government took away farmers’ land at low costs under the urgency clause, and sold it to builders at higher rates. Flats were sold to us, but no construction activity has taken place. Therefore, the responsibility for the problem lies with the administration. We urge them to push the NCRPB to give our flats clearances at the earliest. Most of the flat buyers, who have invested in the area, are from middle class families and their financial planning has been thrown off by the controversy.”

    Members of Kisan Sangharsh Samiti said the authorities are not following Allahabad High Court’s directions.

    In October 2011, the High Court had directed Noida and Greater Noida Authority to give an added compensation upto the tune of 64 per cent to farmers whose land had been acquired.

    The court also directed that the farmers be given 5 per cent of the developed plot on the acquired land.

    “There was a clear logic of the Allahabad High Court. The developed plots were (given) so we could set up small businesses for our daily income. Very few people have received the developed plots. Also, there are several who are yet to receive their compensation amounts. We understand that the flatbuyers have also been victimised like us for no fault of their own. But if the compensation and developed plots are given, there could be a possible resolution of the problem in a very short period of time,” said Mahesh Yadav, a KSS member. A section of farmers, however, disagreed with the KSS stance.

    Naresh Chouhan, from Patwari village, said, “This is not an acceptable solution. Even with the added compensation and developed plots, we have not been given a fair price for our land. We were against our land being taken away. Therefore, we have appealed the High Court verdict in the Supreme Court. Nothing short of compensation of our land at market rates or the return of our land is acceptable, and our agitation will continue till we get relief.”




    Noida farmers, flat buyers join hands: ‘Both are victims’ - Indian Express
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  • I dont understand one thing. Noida extn Sec2,3 plots are still under uncertainty, still command premiums of 20k+. Is Prop dealers of G Noida are so much risk averse?:bab (59):
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