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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  • Originally Posted by Kaashvi
    Well said Ranjit!!!

    Frito, Yeh PURPLE chup nahin ho raha. Arre Frito is PURPLE ko BAN Karo yaar!!!
    :bab (3):


    Everyone should have freedom to write on IREF... there is always a heat in debates & discussion and other should also have guts to show other in wrong...such debates are good for buyers/investors to understand the truth... each side of coin should be shown.. no matter which side of coin is black...
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  • Mr. Dang, Mr Purple and all who are dead against NE -

    If you guys have so much of hatred for NE, why in the hell u guys are posting on this thread. You should be least interested in this part of the world. Pls see the title and origin of this thread and if you have to pour so much of knowledge about NE, why not open a new discussion with a new topic.

    Food for thought !!!
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  • Board to end Greater Noida uncertainty


    Revised G Noida Master Plan to be cleared in next 10 days

    The final hurdle to resumption of construction activity in Greater Noida, which has come to a standstill nearly eight months ago following an Allahabad High Court order, could be cleared within the next 10 days, officials said on Wednesday.

    A senior official of the National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB) said the board could clear the Greater Noida Master Plan 2021 in the next 10 days, or maybe a week, since its technical sub-committee has already approved it last month.

    “The master plan submitted to us has been revised. A detailed analytical exercise was done to make sure it’s an environmentally sustainable plan,” the official said.
    At least 20,000 home buyers, who have invested in upcoming projects in Greater Noida, have been awaiting the board’s final clearance ever since the Allahabad High Court directed the Greater Noida Authority to stop construction activities until the NCRPB cleared the master plan.

    The changes in the master plan’s draft comprise inclusion of transport networks, including the regional rapid transit system (RRTS) corridor from Ghaziabad to Khujra along the Aligarh railway line.

    “The provision of feeder link between the eastern and western freight corridors has been incorporated in the plan. The proposed link from Eastern Peripheral Expressway has been put in, besides the New Expressway (Green Field) from Ghaziabad to Dadri, the Mass Rapid Transit System from Greater Noida to Jewar and the Yamuna Expressway,” the official said.

    Earlier, a light rail transit (LRT) was proposed to connect Noida with Greater Noida. Instead, a Metro system has been incorporated in the master plan.

    It has been clarified that minimum green area, that is 16 per cent (3,580 hectares) of the total urbanisable area (22255 hectares), should be preserved. This cannot be subjected to any land use change in the future.

    The proposed “future urbanisable zone adjacent to Greater Noida and its boundary have been deleted along with the location shown for the high-tech cities”, an official said.

    The original master plan says the population density would be kept at 54 persons per hectare, but the revised plan would take into account figures from the Regional Plan-2021.

    To ensure better supervision and implementation of the regional plan, the NCRPB has commissioned a study to get comprehensive satellite data for the National Capital Region (NCR).

    An NCRPB official said: “The Hyderabad-based National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC) will carry out satellite mapping of the area, covering 16 districts and four sub-regions. The data will help us revise the sub-regional plans and regional plan.”
    The study would analyse the changes in the NCR’s landscape from 1999 to 2012. The agency is expected to submit its final report within six months.
    The NCRB said ensuring proper maintenance of green cover would be given prominence during the review process of the regional plan. “The Forest Survey of India’s report for 2009 and 2011 suggests that Delhi’s green cover has marginally decreased. But the NCR registered an increase in forest cover from 6.11 per cent in 2009 to 6.14 per cent in 2011,” the official said.

    Board to end Greater Noida uncertainty - Indian Express
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  • Economic times - Apartment bookings in Greater Noida and Delhi back on track

    Originally Posted by NakulNoida
    Bookings have not started i guess.. but they sure have started promoting projects

    This mail i got from the broker for Unibera H++ sector 1

    Unibera H++ : Dream Home exclusively designed for IT/ITeS professional at 20% discount to market prices!


    We feel very proud to present to you fine, feature packed homes that GrOf fr and Propertree have collaboratively designed with UNIBERA, exclusively for IT/ITeS employees. These are just 170 Exclusive Units packed to the brim with features and services that shall go a long way in making your life as comfortable as possible. We have been able to negotiate highly discounted rates which you will find, may we say, tru ly irresistible!

    Your investments will not only be completely safe, you can expect excellent returns even in short to mid term! Ask us how.

    We have been completely overwhelmed with the kind of response this project has begin drawing even without any proper start to the marketing activities. To give a fair chance to everybody, we have decided to start the allotment process on 20th July 2012.

    We invite you to explore H++ ful ly. If you like it, which we are sure you will, may we suggest you HURRY! The best rates are available only for the first 50 units. Strictly!

    About the Project:
    Unibera H++ is a unique residential product designed especially keeping in mind the needs of the young urban generation of IT/ITeS professionals. We worked very closely with some of your ex and current colleagues in creating this concept. The motto is to provide you with High Quality homes that are packed with practical features and amenities that give you maximum uncompromised comfort while being light on your pocket at the same time.

    Some of the features include:
    - Facilties: Business Lounge, Library, Grocery shop, Unisex Salon, Car washing area, Coffee shop, 3-tier security system, Gymnasium, Creche and a sports zone (TT room, jogging track, badminton court)
    - Concierge services (24 hour electrician, plumber, ambulance, doctor etc)
    - Wi-Fi enabled apartments, Wooden Flooring in master bedroom, Modular kitchen, wooden cupboards in all bedrooms, Chandelier in living room, AC, Geyser etc.

    We believe IT professionals staying together to lay a foundation of sense of belonging, bonhomie and bonding which is absolutely priceless.
    • Live with people of similar educational backgrounds, similar mindset & similar financial status.
    • Never worry about your kid not finding enough or right friends
    • Car-Pool to work everyday
    • Network with friends from other companies. Be on top of the industry buzz
    • Your car broke down at the last moment? Hop in to a colleagues car.
    • Having sleepless night due to an unsolved critical bug you are not able to crack? You might discover that help from the other geek who is just next doors!

    About Location:
    It is one of the most promising location for IT/ITeS professionals.
    • Adjacent to Balak Inter College
    • Adjoining 75 mtrs. wide main Commercial belt
    • Opposite to Knowledge Parks V meant for IT MNCs
    • 10 Minutes drive from Proposed Metro Station
    • 5 Minutes drive from Proposed Sports City in Sector 79
    • Closet connectivity to NEPZ & NOIDA Phase II
    • Nearest to 5-Star IT Park

    Configurations:
    925 sq. ft (covered area 760 sq. ft)
    1175 sq. ft (covered area 945 sq. ft)
    1385 sq. ft (covered area 1165 sq. ft)

    Pricing:
    We have an all inclusive price of Rs2,550 psft (which includes base price + lease rent + EEC + FFC + IFMS + one open car park + club membership + power backup) + PLC charges. These rates are applicable strictly for the first 50 units only

    These prices are almost 20%+ lower than builder prices. Hurry to book your unit now! Prices will increase soon.

    Booking amount: 10% of the total sale price. (payment schedule attached)

    About the Builder:
    Unibera Developers Pvt. Ltd. is one of aspiring Builder & Developer in Northern India. With projects, UNIBERA, is determined to give best of housing solutions at most inexpensive prices. Unibera homes are designed after detailed study and research of the customer’s need and comfort. The design of homes features a mix of modern architecture with Indian cultural Inheritance. UNIBERA is a Brand name given to the dreams of its Promoters who are young, dynamic and visionary.

    They have achieved specialization by performing in their relative fields like marketing, conceptualization, research, development and construction over several years.
    The vision of the company reflects from the very beginning i.e. from nomenclature of the Brand name UNIBERA where in the prefix UNI indicates One or Unity and the suffice BERA stands for to bear i.e. to accept the responsibilities in all kind of challenges with a winning attitude.

    The promoters of UNIBERA have a successful track record of completing and delivering projects like:
    • SWARN GANGA APARTMENTS, Vasundhara, Ghaziabad (Delivered)
    • PARK VIEW APARTMENTS, Vasundhara, Ghaziabad (Delivered)
    • SANSKRITI APARTMENTS, Ghaziabad (Under Progress)
    • CORAL GREENS, Lonavala, Maharastra (Delivered)
    • ELEVEN ORCHID, Moradabad (Under Progress)
    • SOLARIS APARTMENTS, Noida (Under Progress)
    • ELEVEN ACACIA, Greater Noida (Under Progress)
    • MEA APARTMENTS, Greater Noida (Delivered)
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    Apartment bookings in Greater Noida and Delhi back on track

    Apartment bookings in Greater Noida and Delhi back on track - Economic Times

    NEW DELHI: Apartment bookings in Greater Noida near Delhi have resumed after authorities recently approved a revised master plan for the township, ending the year-long uncertainty over land acquisition issues that had left projects and buyers stranded.

    Real estate developers say enquiries are pouring in and bookings have started looking healthy.

    Amrapali Developers, which is promoting five projects in the area, has received booking orders for some 250 apartments in the week since a planning committee for the national capital region approved the new building bylaws. "After the Greater Noida Authority approved a metro line to the area, we got 50 bookings," said executive director Shiv Priya.

    The Greater Noida Authority on Monday approved the revised Master Plan 2021, setting the stage for development work to resume in the area, also referred to as Noida Extension. The plan will be sent to the Uttar Pradesh government, which in turn will forward it to the NCR Planning Board for final approval. The board's approval is expected by the end of the month.

    Real estate development work had come to a standstill in this township in May last year after farmers protesting over low prices for their land dug up roads and blocked projects. The agitation snowballed into a political issue after farmers in adjoining areas joined the protest.

    The master plan's approval is expected to push up home prices once construction work resumes. "Many people are booking now to still get flats at comparatively lower prices," said RK Arora, managing director of Supertech, another developer. The cheer has permeated the ranks of real estate dealers. Sandeep Pal, a worker for a real estate agent based in Noida Extension, said: "I had been out of work for many months. I am now back in business and have already booked five flats in the last one week."

    Pal is part of a broker mandi (market) that employs 50-odd workers to flag down cars and woo prospective homebuyers with colorful brochures of upcoming projects. Every booking confirmed translates into a payment of 3,500. "It finally looks positive now. Even with an increase in prices, it still looks very attractive," said Sachin Bhasin, one such prospective home buyer.

    The roads leading to Noida Extension may not be packed with buyers yet, but Pal is excited about the expected rush over the weekend. In 2009, developers had flocked to Greater Noida after the Greater Noida Authority increased the floor area ratio from 1.75 to 2.75, and increased the density from 800 persons per hectare to 1,600 persons per hectare. The move allowed developers to build 140 apartments per acre, compared with 70 earlier. The authority later increased the FAR to 3.5.

    The knockdown effect reached middle-class homebuyers, as developers were now able to offer houses at very low rates. However, apartments that were then being sold for less than Rs 2,000 per sq ft, now cost up to Rs 2,700 per sq ft, and this is expected to top Rs 3,000 once construction resumes.

    The authorities' move to sort out the land issue has brought cheer to farmland owners too. Farmers whose land had been acquired have been granted a compensation of Rs 1,400 per sq metre, up 64 per cent from the Rs 850 given in 2007. The government has also regularised their village land and said that they are now eligible for 10 per cent developed land, against 6 per cent granted earlier.
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  • Home buyers more keen on resale market; project delays trigger boom

    Good numbers of wise end users have learnt their lessons i.e. THEY ARE CONSIDERING RTM(Ready-to-move) PROPERTIES ONLY..... Its time Noida Extension future buyers/investors learn these lessons - otherwise there are endless miseries and bickering ..... check out the report below.

    NEW DELHI: Home sales in new projects across the country may have dipped in the last few quarters, but this hasn't affected the resale market where business is actually booming.

    Even banks and housing finance companies are seeing a shift as homebuyers are not willing to take a chance with delayed projects. Nearly 70% of those taking loans are investing in ready or nearly-ready homes, which is in sharp contrast to last year's when 70% customers took loans to buy new homes and only 30% entered the resale market, says Destimoney, a company which provides home loans.

    "Enormous delays in execution, liquidity crisis, high cost of borrowings and growing rentals are reasons why home buyers now want ready properties," says Sameer Jasuja, chief executive officer of property research and analytics firm PropEquity.

    Home buyers, wary of delays, prefer to enter projects at a much later stage and are even willing to pay a premium rather than live with uncertainty. PropEquity's research shows that nearly half of the 930,000 under-construction residential units in India, scheduled for delivery between 2011 and 2013, are likely to be delayed by up to 18 months.

    "Buyers are scared of an indefinite wait and are trying to mitigate risk. It is a good signal for the industry and will put pressure on developers to finish projects on time," says RV Verma, chairman and managing director of the National Housing Bank. "Developers should look at it as a caution signal."

    "Prudence has come in as people are being careful today," says Renu Sud Karnad, managing director of India's biggest mortgage lender HDFC Ltd, which is expecting a 18-20% growth in home loan take-up in the April-June 2012 quarter.

    In the January-March 2012 quarter, new home sales dropped by 57% in the National Capital Region, 58% in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, and 18% in Bangalore. According to real estate brokers and consultants, a good amount of this business has moved to the secondary market.

    "People are willing to pay a premium for ready properties," says Brijesh Parnami, chief executive officer, distribution, at Destimoney. In the past one year, along with property prices, rentals too have increased considerably. In Mumbai, rentals are up between 10%-20% depending on the location, while in Noida, rents have zoomed by 30% and above during the period.

    "This is putting pressure on a number of prospective buyers who are jumping at the opportunity of buying a house they can move into so that they can save on rent," says Sumit Joshi, director of Noida-based real estate brokerage firm Real Credit Consultancy. In Pune, most end users today want to buy ready property.

    "Buying an under-construction property today entails an extra 5% cost because of the inclusion of VAT and service tax, which is making properties costly. There are no such charges for ready properties," says Deepak Sundrani, director of Pune-based Guru Realty.

    Buyers today are mostly end-users as a number of investors, who speculated in property and are the reason for the spectacular price rise in some cities, have reduced their exposure. "Many of them are not getting an exit from existing under-construction properties like they used to earlier. They are stuck," adds Jasuja

    In Mumbai's real estate market, sales drop over the past one year has created a huge inventory overhang of over 40 months, but city-based realty broker Nitin Thakker, director of Jalaram Estate Consultancy, says demand is still intact. "People are unwilling to wait in today's market environment," says Thakker.

    Of the buyers who come to him, 70-80% today ask for ready to move in properties. "They are willing to buy smaller apartments that fit their budget but they want to move in immediately. In Mumbai today, 1 BHK apartments sell the most," he says.

    Home buyers more keen on resale market; project delays trigger boom - Page2 - The Economic Times


    Home buyers more keen on resale market; project delays trigger boom - Economic Times

    Check out for more ------
    https://www.indianrealestateforum.com/forum/city-forums/ncr-real-estate/noida-real-estate/32951-wait-buy-only-rtm-in-noida-avoid-lots-of-risks?t=34781
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  • Originally Posted by Kaashvi
    Arre Cookie bhai, why dont u understand, PURPLE & ROHIT _WARREN ARE SAME PERSON. THEY HAVE BEEN CRITICISING NE as they could not get in here, but have invested in neher par (faridabad).So beware of their posts.Request Moderator to please BAN them for spreading miscommunication among the forum members..What people do in jealousy you can understand. Purple and Rohit_ Warren, please dont spread rumors and misguide the forum members.

    sorry dude you got it wrong . and take your words back or you would be banned for abusing someone without any base.

    rohit

    Mods I guess you should take care of this guy
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  • Originally Posted by rohit_warren
    sorry dude you got it wrong . and take your words back or you would be banned for abusing someone without any base.

    rohit

    Mods I guess you should take care of this guy


    Rohit,

    What are your comments on the recent NCRPB approval?
    Are you fine with that?

    Warm Regards,
    Amadeus
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  • Originally Posted by rohit_warren
    sorry dude you got it wrong . and take your words back or you would be banned for abusing someone without any base.

    rohit

    Mods I guess you should take care of this guy


    Rohit,

    Koi achha sa 3 BHK bata faridabad mein...ya nehar par mein
    Waise wats the rate in nehar par ?...m curious....
    And pls dont ask me to go to Faridabad thread....m very busy today...
    You are the most knowledgeable person of nehar par..so m asking u directly

    Warm Regards,
    Amadeus
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  • Lots of debate happened on possibility of Metro in NE. Now I want to add my 2 cents

    - Anybody who is from financial background can understand the financial viability of project which directly linked to huge capital expenditure. If you need metro in any place 5 or 10 year down the line than it would be better to do it as soon as possible because you have to pay more for the same construction with the passage of time. Like we are buying house for our kids before it goes out of our reach despite of the fact that we do not need it now. Here i am not talking about operational cost. Metro would become operational only after occupancy in this area.

    - Murgi pehle aayi ya anda? Metro pehle aani chaiye ya commuters? again debatable topic.....an optimistic approach says if metro will come in any area than there is 100% chance to become inhabitate faster than other places where metro is not there. Agar metro aayegi to log apne aap aa jayenge....think positive.

    However i do not denied that authority and builders can misguide buyers on metro card........they can do but buyers will buy homes even without metro announcement. So it is bonus to them. Even it is not materialised, doesn't matter at all.
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  • true. not financially viable.
    Metro anyway should have priority for Sec62 route, NH24 & Ghaziabad...

    Originally Posted by jeetcp
    Seems like I have missed a lot of discussion. Only Question I have is, what is the point sending Metro to an area before it is fully occupied by at least 20K families.
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  • People are not leaving any chance for spreading negetive vibes for NE. Here are some points -

    1. At 3K rate, nothing is available which can be called as livable place even after 3-4 years.

    2. Connectivity is excellent as compare to any other area available in this rate.

    3. No comparison of infrastructure of NE with any location available in this rate - no need to embarrass anyone by taking any place name.

    4. Very near by to Delhi and employement opportunities.

    All negatives are below and their action plan/possible results

    1. 3rd Grade Builders - Big builders are not going to run away as huge stake and credibility is involved in this area and projects are financially viable and will give them huge profits.

    2. Farmers agitation - 95% farmers are in agreement and happy with the compensation and benefits announced by the HC

    3. Compensation and 10% land - Compensation will be paid as money will not be a problem in NE projects however i have 100% doubt on the 10% land disbursement capacity by the GNIDA. SC verdict will decide the direction for 10% land.

    4. SC Verdict - 0% chance to go in either farmers or buyers favour and 100% chance is there for compromise formula.

    5. Increased FAR/Density - Not at all problem because you will not find everything under budget category.

    so everything will be sort out with the time and this area will again compete with other part of NCR.
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  • दो सौ किसानों को मिलेगा आबादी का लाभ

    ग्रेटर नोएडा : प्राधिकरण बोर्ड से 15 गांवों के आबादी का निस्तारण होने से इसका फायदा दो सौ किसानों को मिलेगा। उनके जमीन का बैकलीज कराने का रास्ता साफ हो गया है। प्राधिकरण ने किसानों की आबादी का बैकलीज कराने की तैयारी शुरू कर दी है। हालांकि, जिन किसानों की आबादी का निस्तारण पहले हो चुका है, उन्होंनें अब तक बैकलीज नहीं कराया है।

    विधानसभा चुनाव की घोषणा होने से पहले प्राधिकरण ने 15 गांवों के किसानों के आबादी का निस्तारण किया था। आबादी का निस्तारण जिलाधिकारी व अपर मुख्य कार्यपालक अधिकारी की अध्यक्षता में गठित कमेटी करती है। कमेटी से आबादी का निस्तारण होने पर प्रस्ताव प्राधिकरण की बोर्ड बैठक में रखा जाता है। चुनाव समाप्त होने के बाद बोर्ड की बैठक नहीं होने के कारण आबादी का अंतिम मंजूरी नहीं मिल पाया था। नौ जुलाई को प्राधिकरण की बोर्ड बैठक हुई, जिसमें 15 गांवों के किसानों के आबादी निस्तारण पर अंतिम मोहर लग गई। बोर्ड से प्रस्ताव पास होने के बाद अब किसानों को आबादी की जमीन का बैकलीज कराना होगा। प्राधिकरण ने बैकलीज की तैयारी शुरू कर दी है।

    Dainik Jagran
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  • Originally Posted by purple
    haha mostly brokers working here for encashing thismetro hype .... I have already told about my investment hum jo hain sabke samne hain .... Investor ka mukhota pehne brokers nahi hain atleast NE ke . and yes NE stands no where near kundli/sonepat either in appreciation , infra or amenties and future prospects but we are talking about that here .! it is the truth that NE at these rates is a big big no anyone buying sjould avoid this and invest in place like RNE , kundli , faridabad ,

    LoL :D

    Ur 3 back to back senseless posts clearly showcase ur Nervousness Dude n people have already started ignoring ur negative posts after seeing ur real face in Sonipat Forum where u r so relaxed about no construction too !!! :D :D :D

    N whom are u referring as broker ???? In case me ??? Check ur posts n mine n then talk lil sense ... Sorry to say, but u pushed me hard to to tell u that all Ur Sonipat Investment together will end up in my 1 investment at Noida or still would be less Mr. Purple Blue Green

    IREF is meant to help people in a positive way ... by talking lil sense if u have knowledge n not just uttering any negative about any XYZ area without base ... n referring ur investment as the best ... Go n read IREF more to understand it ... Its not for people who are just here to create panic without any reasons !!! :bab (58):

    If u have created an ID on IREF ... Make it count !!! Rest ur wish, if u still dnt stop talking nonsense, u have earned enuf publicity already to be easily IGNORED !!!
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  • Originally Posted by Amadeus
    Rohit,

    What are your comments on the recent NCRPB approval?
    Are you fine with that?

    Warm Regards,
    Amadeus

    Amadeus

    Read the fine prints its just a technical approval - it has to go through 2 more phases - one approval by the full board - two the UP govt has to approve it after that the budgets etc will come in picture.

    Above all the supreme court verdict is pending and nothing would move ahead till SC clears the situation.

    Banks have not started disbursing - thats the biggest indicator of what is going on the ground.

    So add all these and then see where it leads to - don't get euphoric or panicky on any news item - I see these kind of news items every second in my job - most of them have really no impact till things actually turns out as indicated in the news.

    So in a nut shell - I would say maintain status quo on your investments of Noida xxxx till banks start to disburse the loans.

    rohit
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  • Noida farmers to soon get revised compensation

    NOIDA: In yet another step to pacify farmers who have been threatening to restart their agitation, the Noida Authority has announced that a sum of Rs 350 crore will be released immediately to be disbursed to those who are yet to receive enhanced compensation.

    The Authority has also allocated Rs 170 crore for development of 54 villages in Noida. Both decisions were approved in the board meeting of the Authority on Monday.

    The disbursement process will begin from next week. The Authority will also float tenders for development work in the villages by the end of this month.

    According to Authority officials, budget allocation has been made in tune with promises made to the Noida villagers by the then Authority CEO as part of their July 30, 2011 agreement wherein the villagers had agreed to put off all agitations in return for rehabilitation and development benefits.

    Noida Authority CEO, Sanjeev Saran, said enhanced compensation cheques worth Rs 300 crore in 16 of the 54 villages have already been given. An exercise will soon begin to assess the population of each village, its civic conditions, facilities required, etc and soon after development work will start.

    The Authority will also begin work on laying new sewer networks in all villages, the roads will be concretized, regular drinking water will be supplied and each village will soon get its own community centre and primary school. Meanwhile, the farmers' body Kisan Sangharsh Samiti met with the deputy CEO of Noida Authority, Vijay Kumar Yadav, to request him to expedite the process of resolving their abadi disputes. As per the July 30, 2011 agreement, the Authority was to resolve all abadi disputes by October last year.



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