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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  • hum antaryaami hain.... hamara kaha hua kabhi jhoot nahi hota
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    Originally Posted by Johny123
    hum antaryaami hain.... hamara kaha hua kabhi jhoot nahi hota


    It is on page no 909 of this forum.
    Johny sir, your lucky number is 9
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  • Some say that one can buy from broker and get additional discounts. Others say that one should buy directly from builder.

    My question is that if i book a flat via broker and i do not hav plans to cancel it, how will i be at risk if i choose the option of buying through broker.


    Altho few of the friends on this forum suggested not to buy via broker. But if it is of 40L and i get additional 2% discount that means 80,000/-

    Isnt it worth it? After booking how many times i need to deal with broker....

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  • Originally Posted by yogesh249
    Some say that one can buy from broker and get additional discounts. Others say that one should buy directly from builder.

    My question is that if i book a flat via broker and i do not hav plans to cancel it, how will i be at risk if i choose the option of buying through broker.


    Altho few of the friends on this forum suggested not to buy via broker. But if it is of 40L and i get additional 2% discount that means 80,000/-

    Isnt it worth it? After booking how many times i need to deal with broker....

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    Dear Yogesh Ji... Broker can give maximum discounts upto that amount which will be acceptable by builder on form/paper. So you can get those actual discounts by Builder as well. I don't trust credit notes which comes as extra discounts by brokers. However you can go with some broker if the reference is given by the builder itself.

    Another benefit with builder is that you will have maximum inventory available to choose your choice of property. I have personally felt this experience while dealing with builder and second time while dealing with some dealer. In my case dealer was insisting that this is the last inventory available in the complete project. So I almost took decision to buy that but later I came to know from the builder that I have large number of option to choose from.

    Same bad experience i felt with parking fees. Dealer told me that only full parking is available so that I have to pay around 3.9 Lacs for that unit as parking charge. But when I did inquiry through builder I got open parking with that Unit in 1.5 Lacs only which was under my budget.

    But in some case my opinion could be wrong as well. At least whenever you got your extra discount money as credit notes in your bank account.:bab (59):
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  • Thankyou studio.

    I have few more questions and advices to seek.

    1. What is meant by underwriting?
    2. When is registry required to be done? Has it to be mandatorily done at the time of possession?
    3. Can i make registry in my wife's name and take home loan in my name thereby taking income tax rebate on home loan repayment?
    4. Flat booked in my name can be registered in my wife's name? Or it has to be in the name in which flat was booked initially.

    My questions might be very basic in nature....but honestly i dont know much about property rules...


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  • Originally Posted by yogesh249
    Thankyou studio.

    I have few more questions and advices to seek.

    1. What is meant by underwriting?
    2. When is registry required to be done? Has it to be mandatorily done at the time of possession?
    3. Can i make registry in my wife's name and take home loan in my name thereby taking income tax rebate on home loan repayment?
    4. Flat booked in my name can be registered in my wife's name? Or it has to be in the name in which flat was booked initially.

    My questions might be very basic in nature....but honestly i dont know much about property rules...

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    We can request experienced forum members to answer your's all above questions. I only have half knowledge regarding registry process which is not good to share. I only went through booking process :bab (59): So I am also looking for feedback from some experienced members.
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  • Originally Posted by yogesh249
    Thankyou studio.

    I have few more questions and advices to seek.

    1. What is meant by underwriting?
    2. When is registry required to be done? Has it to be mandatorily done at the time of possession?
    3. Can i make registry in my wife's name and take home loan in my name thereby taking income tax rebate on home loan repayment?
    4. Flat booked in my name can be registered in my wife's name? Or it has to be in the name in which flat was booked initially.

    My questions might be very basic in nature....but honestly i dont know much about property rules...


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    Underwriting ... is roughly means ...give me a good discount I will sell XXX units.

    Registry is done when you take possesion.

    It is not mandatory to take possession when builder offers it to you. But you have to pay holding charges to builder.

    If your wife is a co-applicant then no issues at all, for rest of your queies.

    Or you get married in between (booking and possession) then also, there will be no issues. There will be some extra documentation involved and will cost you some money .. bank charges (max 10-15k, if you are a loyal cuatomer they may waive off).


    I have no idea about third case. You are married at the time of booking and don't make your wife a co applicant and want to register in her name.
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  • Source: HC orders more compensation for Greater Noida landholders | The Indian Express


    HC orders more compensation for Greater Noida landholders
    Written by Prashant Pandey | New Delhi | January 21, 2014 03:34

    Summary
    Allahabad High Court tells Gr Noida Authority to give farmers more developed area too

    The Allahabad High Court on Monday directed the Greater Noida Authority to provide additional compensation and developed area to landholders of a village in Greater Noida, whose lands were being developed by private builders after acquisition. The petitioners had sought quashing of the acquisition on account of wrong usage of urgency clause of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894, as well as changing the land use from industrial to residential and commercial by giving it to private developers. In another matter related to land acquisition pertaining to Basti district, the same division bench rejected the petition on the ground that there existed a situation for urgency in constructing a service road along an irrigation canal.

    The petitions related to Greater Noida village Birondi Chakrasenpur had been filed by Khem Chand, Ram Singh, Jiley Singh, Bhopal Singh and others. More than 46 hectares (ha) land was acquired by the Greater Noida Authority in Chakrasenpur, the proceedings for which had begun on December 18, 2001. Sectors Omicron 3, Pi, a recreational green and an amusement park are supposed to come up on the acquired land.

    The petitioners, owning around 2.48 ha in the said village, had approached the High Court after they found out that the land use of the acquired land had been changed from industrial to residential. They also challenged it on the ground of wrong use of urgency clause.

    The issue of land acquisition in Chakrasenpur village had been taken up in the Gajendra Singh and others, in which a full bench of the High Court had, on October 21, 2011, dealt with nearly 500 petitions on the same issues and given certain additional benefits to landholders. However, since the petitions were filed with a delay, the court had directed that it would be heard by a division bench at a later stage.

    Disposing of the petitions, a division bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan and M C Tripathi said the petitioners were entitled to the benefits as provided for in the October 21 order. This included returning to the petitioners 10 per cent of their total land acquired as developed land, besides giving more than 64 per cent as additional compensation.

    The bench, however, said: “We are of the view that invocation of urgency clause under Section 17 (1) and 17 (4) of the Act was not justified.” The said section pertains to doing away with public hearing before acquisition under Section 5-A, if there is a pressing urgency. In another matter related to land acquisition in Sahrai village at Tappa Ramgarh, district Basti, the court rejected the petition filed by Govind Prasad Shukla and others.

    The petitioners had challenged the land acquisition, which started on November 26, 2008, for construction of 27-km-long Khamaria irrigation canal. Shukla and others held 0.253 hectares of land, which had been acquired for construction of service road along the west bank of the canal. The petitioners had challenged the acquisition primarily on the ground of wrong use of urgency clause (Sections 17 (1) and (4) of the Act).

    Rejecting the petition, the court said: “We find there was sufficient material for invocation of urgency clause for acquiring the land and dispensing with the inquiry. We also find that, apart from the petitioners, there were no challenge with regard to the acquisition and whole canal of approximately 27 km have already become functional.”

    The court added that acquiring the little portion of land being held by the petitioner would not put the latter into any hardship. While arriving at the conclusion, the court said public purpose could not be defined in a specific manner. However, in this case, it was clear that the irrigation canal was being
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  • Originally Posted by ankitrrastog
    Source: HC orders more compensation for Greater Noida landholders | The Indian Express


    HC orders more compensation for Greater Noida landholders
    Written by Prashant Pandey | New Delhi | January 21, 2014 03:34

    Summary
    Allahabad High Court tells Gr Noida Authority to give farmers more developed area too

    The Allahabad High Court on Monday directed the Greater Noida Authority to provide additional compensation and developed area to landholders of a village in Greater Noida, whose lands were being developed by private builders after acquisition. The petitioners had sought quashing of the acquisition on account of wrong usage of urgency clause of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894, as well as changing the land use from industrial to residential and commercial by giving it to private developers. In another matter related to land acquisition pertaining to Basti district, the same division bench rejected the petition on the ground that there existed a situation for urgency in constructing a service road along an irrigation canal.

    The petitions related to Greater Noida village Birondi Chakrasenpur had been filed by Khem Chand, Ram Singh, Jiley Singh, Bhopal Singh and others. More than 46 hectares (ha) land was acquired by the Greater Noida Authority in Chakrasenpur, the proceedings for which had begun on December 18, 2001. Sectors Omicron 3, Pi, a recreational green and an amusement park are supposed to come up on the acquired land.

    The petitioners, owning around 2.48 ha in the said village, had approached the High Court after they found out that the land use of the acquired land had been changed from industrial to residential. They also challenged it on the ground of wrong use of urgency clause.

    The issue of land acquisition in Chakrasenpur village had been taken up in the Gajendra Singh and others, in which a full bench of the High Court had, on October 21, 2011, dealt with nearly 500 petitions on the same issues and given certain additional benefits to landholders. However, since the petitions were filed with a delay, the court had directed that it would be heard by a division bench at a later stage.

    Disposing of the petitions, a division bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan and M C Tripathi said the petitioners were entitled to the benefits as provided for in the October 21 order. This included returning to the petitioners 10 per cent of their total land acquired as developed land, besides giving more than 64 per cent as additional compensation.

    The bench, however, said: “We are of the view that invocation of urgency clause under Section 17 (1) and 17 (4) of the Act was not justified.” The said section pertains to doing away with public hearing before acquisition under Section 5-A, if there is a pressing urgency. In another matter related to land acquisition in Sahrai village at Tappa Ramgarh, district Basti, the court rejected the petition filed by Govind Prasad Shukla and others.

    The petitioners had challenged the land acquisition, which started on November 26, 2008, for construction of 27-km-long Khamaria irrigation canal. Shukla and others held 0.253 hectares of land, which had been acquired for construction of service road along the west bank of the canal. The petitioners had challenged the acquisition primarily on the ground of wrong use of urgency clause (Sections 17 (1) and (4) of the Act).

    Rejecting the petition, the court said: “We find there was sufficient material for invocation of urgency clause for acquiring the land and dispensing with the inquiry. We also find that, apart from the petitioners, there were no challenge with regard to the acquisition and whole canal of approximately 27 km have already become functional.”

    The court added that acquiring the little portion of land being held by the petitioner would not put the latter into any hardship. While arriving at the conclusion, the court said public purpose could not be defined in a specific manner. However, in this case, it was clear that the irrigation canal was being



    Which area of Noida Extension comes under this case? Is Gaur City Affected?
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  • Although its an old news, what do you guys say about this news??

    Should this be a point of concern?

    http://www./forum/57-news/2862-noida-extension--villagers-now-against-gaur-city-plot
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  • Originally Posted by yogesh249
    Which area of Noida Extension comes under this case? Is Gaur City Affected?


    i think that news was related to main Greater Noida rather than Greater Noida West (Noida Extn) .. can anyone confirm plz ?
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  • Originally Posted by trialsurvey
    i think that news was related to main Greater Noida rather than Greater Noida West (Noida Extn) .. can anyone confirm plz ?

    About Birondi Chakrasenpur
    Birondi Chakrasenpur is a Village in Dadri Tehsil in Gautam Buddha Nagar District of Uttar Pradesh State, India. It belongs to Meerut Division . It is located 15 KM towards North from District head quarters Noida. 9 KM from Dadri. 445 KM from State capital Lucknow

    Birondi Chakrasenpur Pin code is 203203 and postal head office is Kakore .

    Mu ( 1 KM ) , Theta Ii ( 1 KM ) , Mu I ( 1 KM ) , Omicron Ii ( 2 KM ) , Mu Ii ( 2 KM ) are the nearby Villages to Birondi Chakrasenpur. Birondi Chakrasenpur is surrounded by Dadri Tehsil towards North , Noida Tehsil towards South , Sikandrabad Tehsil towards East , Dankaur Tehsil towards South .

    Greater Noida , Dadri , Ballabhgarh , Sikandrabad are the nearby Cities to Birondi Chakrasenpur.

    This Place is in the border of the Gautam Buddha Nagar District and Ghaziabad District. Ghaziabad District Dhaulana is North towards this place . Also it is in the Border of other district Bulandshahr .
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  • Originally Posted by Pradyot1315sqf
    About Birondi Chakrasenpur
    Birondi Chakrasenpur is a Village in Dadri Tehsil in Gautam Buddha Nagar District of Uttar Pradesh State, India. It belongs to Meerut Division . It is located 15 KM towards North from District head quarters Noida. 9 KM from Dadri. 445 KM from State capital Lucknow

    Birondi Chakrasenpur Pin code is 203203 and postal head office is Kakore .

    Mu ( 1 KM ) , Theta Ii ( 1 KM ) , Mu I ( 1 KM ) , Omicron Ii ( 2 KM ) , Mu Ii ( 2 KM ) are the nearby Villages to Birondi Chakrasenpur. Birondi Chakrasenpur is surrounded by Dadri Tehsil towards North , Noida Tehsil towards South , Sikandrabad Tehsil towards East , Dankaur Tehsil towards South .

    Greater Noida , Dadri , Ballabhgarh , Sikandrabad are the nearby Cities to Birondi Chakrasenpur.

    This Place is in the border of the Gautam Buddha Nagar District and Ghaziabad District. Ghaziabad District Dhaulana is North towards this place . Also it is in the Border of other district Bulandshahr .


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  • SC main start hone waali hai sunwaai
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  • Originally Posted by Johny123
    SC main start hone waali hai sunwaai


    ye Radheshyam kaun aa gaya..i mean issue leke..

    pehle to case some "Sarita Devi" lad rhi thi..if I remember right..
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