About 4,500 farmers of 11 villages in Noida have refused to accept an agreement inked between the authority and Kisan Sansh Samiti, an umbrella body of farmers, on Saturday.

These villages have decided to move court, seeking their land back.
Houses and various other establishments were constructed on the land acquired from these farmers years ago.


Only 162 hectares of land — carved out of Morna, Nithari and Chhalera villages and today known as City Centre plot in sectors 32 and 25A — is vacant.

The authority sold this plot to a private builder for Rs 7,500 crore in March.

Farmers have demanded this land back too.

These are the farmers whose land was acquired before 1997. The authority started making allotment of developed land plots, measuring 5% of the total land acquired, after 1997.

Before 1997, the authority provided 17.5% reservation to farmers in housing plot schemes.

“Those whose land was acquired before 1997 also sought plots measuring 5% of their land acquired. When the authority did not promise this in the July 30 agreement, they’re upping the ante,” said a senior official.
On Saturday, farmers under the banner of Kisan Sansh Samiti in Noida said they had suspended their agitation for three months and, during this period, they would not stall any real estate projects in the city.

But the trouble is not yet over. “Our land was acquired at Rs 9 per sqm. We were not given any plots under the 17.5% quota,” said Ved Pal, a farmer. “We should also get the 5% developed land plots,” said Kripa Singh, another farmer.

“The City Centre land was acquired 35 years ago using the urgency clause. The land continues to be vacant. We want it back,” he said.
This group of farmers will on Wednesday hold another panchayat at Atta.
Wave Infrastructure, a real estate firm, sealed the City Centre deal with Noida Authority in March.

The Authority sold about 162 hectares (6 lakh sqm) of land comprising two sectors (32 and 25A) to the developer.

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  • Originally Posted by ysingh11
    Things are getting terrible .......... This supreme court verdict on Bangalore case seems to have high value in NE case .... almost similar situation:bab (38):

    IF ITS TRUE ...... NE & Xpressway will be in trouble

    Its wise not to invest any money as of now in NE and GN


    Ysingh.. court result comes on case to case bases....
    Otherwise... you'll see whole Noida and GN wiped out of map...
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  • Clarification required

    Originally Posted by fritolay_ps
    '15 दिनों में सुलझ जाएगा 802 एकड़ जमीन का मसला'


    नोएडा अथॉरिटी

    सौहरखा समेत पांच गांवों की 802 एकड़ जमीन का मामला कोर्ट द्वारा 15 दिनों में हल कराने का आश्वासन अथॉरिटी चेयरमैन बलविंदर कुमार ने दिया है। सोमवार को सुप्रीम कोर्ट में केस से जुड़े दस्तावेज प्रस्तुत किए जाएंगे। किसान, अथॉरिटी और सरकार, तीनों पक्षों के एक साथ होने से मामले में जल्द फैसला होने की उम्मीद है।

    सूत्रों के मुताबिक, कोर्ट में मामला लंबा खिंचने पर शासन स्तर से विशेष अनुमति लेकर किसानों को मुआवजा दिया जा सकता है। मुआवजा लेने वाले किसानों को जमीन न बचने का एफिडेविट देना होगा। जमीन से प्रभावित किसानों और अथॉरिटी चेयरमैन के बीच बुधवार को हुई बैठक में मामले पर अंतिम सहमति बन गई है। सेक्टर- 6 स्थित अथॉरिटी के मुख्य प्रशासनिक ऑफिस में हुई बैठक के दौरान अथॉरिटी की तरफ से सुप्रीम कोर्ट के वकील अमित सिंह और किसानों की तरफ से वकील देवी शरण शर्मा भी मौजूद थे।

    चेयरमैन ने बताया कि अथॉरिटी अपने खर्च पर सुप्रीम कोर्ट में मामले की पैरवी करेगी और 15 दिनों के भीतर फैसला आने की संभावना है। सौहरखा ग्राम प्रधान नरेश यादव ने बताया कि अथॉरिटी के 15 दिनों के भीतर मामला हल कराने के आश्वासन से किसान पूरी तरह संतुष्ट हैं। टेक्निकल फॉल्ट के चलते राज्य सरकार में निहित हुई जमीन के केस को दोबारा खुलवाकर समाधान संभव है। डीएम की तरफ से इस फॉल्ट की बाबत कोर्ट में पत्र देना होगा। सभी पक्षों के बीच समझौता होने की दशा में मामला कोर्ट के स्तर पर जल्द सुलझ सकता है। ऐसा न होने पर शासन स्तर से मंजूरी लेकर किसानों को मुआवजा देने का भी विकल्प मौजूद रहेगा। सेक्टर 74 में धरना और बिल्डरों का काम रोकने का अल्टीमेटम 15 दिनों तक के लिए वापस ले लिया गया है।


    -navbharat times


    DEAR SENIORS,

    My understanding of this news:
    802 Acres belong to Farmers
    This is the land where all 7x and few other sectors are there
    There are several projects under construction in this land-Amarpali/Supertech etc.
    This land was mistakenly transferred to Authority/Government
    There is a case pertaining to this in court since last few years
    Noida authority will get this land transferred to Farmers - in SC
    If things above are true, I have a question:
    Is the land actually going to be transferred to farmers. If it happens so, what will happen to the projects?
    OR
    It is being done for the record sake so that farmers can get the compensation?
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  • More info on Bangalore Supreme court case

    Please check the transcript of assisting counsel in this particular Bangalore case Venkita Subramoniam T.R., Advocate, Supreme Court,
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    Dear All,
    In my view the apprehension raised by our members relying on the decision of
    the Supreme Court in the Royal Orchid Hotels case is unfounded. The facts
    and circumstances of the case are entirely different and therefore, has no
    relevance to the acquisition of land by YEIDA. I am sure many of our
    members are aware that acquisition of land for YEIDA was challenged before
    the High Court of Allahabad and the same was dismissed and thereafter the
    matter came up to Supreme Court and by a detailed judgment the Supreme Court
    dismissed the acquisition of the land for Yamuna Expressway as almost 85% of
    the farmers have taken compensation for their lands.
    The factual scenario in Royal Orchid Hotels case was that initially the
    Karnataka Tourism Development Corporation sought land for the establishment
    of Golf cum hotel resort near the Bangalore Airport. The State Government
    issued notification under Section 4 of the Land Acquisition Act for that
    purpose and transferred the land to Corporation. The corporation called for
    tenders for the construction of the Golf cum Hotel resort on BOT system.(ItI
    would like to mention here that this fact is nowhere in the Judgment). The
    appellant - Royal Orchids was declared successful and thereafter the
    Corporation transferred the land to the Private parties after competitive
    bidding The question which was formulated by the Court for consideration is
    whether the land which was acquired by the State Government for the
    Corporation can be transferred to the private individuals for the
    construction of Golf cum Hotel. It is relevant to mention here that the
    Corporation had transferred the land and the Appellant Royal Orchid Hotels
    has already constructed a golf cum hotel resort in the area except a small
    area of 1 acres and 20 cents of land which is the subject matter of
    litigation in Supreme Court.
    The Hon'ble Supreme Court found that the action of the Corporation in
    transferring the land to private party is contrary to the notification
    issued under Section 4 and 6 of the Land Acquisition Act and therefore, the
    acquisition is illegal. I want to point to the benefit of our members that
    sometime ago the very same Supreme Court has affirmed the action of the
    State Authorities the acquisition of land for construction of infrastructure
    projects by Built Operate and Transfer method as the State was not having
    any money for the same. The above said case has a history as the brothers of
    the Respondent had approached the Supreme Court earlier and his Special
    Leave Petition was dismissed by the Court.
    I was one of the assisting counsel in the case and therefore, conversant
    with the facts of the case.
    Venkita Subramoniam T.R.,
    Advocate, Supreme Court,
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    https://groups.google.com/group/yeida/browse_thread/thread/e5c7e410f65f32cd?hl=en

    Originally Posted by harpreetsg_delhi
    Govt cannot change purpose of acquired land: SC - PTI -




    Upholding the high court order, the apex court said the corporation had made a false projection to the State Government that land was needed for execution of tourism related projects.
    The bench said the minutes of the corporation's meeting showed that it did not have the required funds for the project and instead wanted to transfer the land to a private builder, Dayananda Pai.
    "The Managing Director of the Corporation candidly admitted that the Corporation did not have the requisite finances to pay for the acquisition of land and that Dayananda Pai, who had already entered into agreements with some of the landowners for purchase of land, was prepared to provide funds
    subject to certain conditions including transfer of 12 acres 34 guntas land to him for house building project.
    "After 8 months, the Corporation passed resolution for transfer of over 12 acres land to Dayananda Pai. The Corporation also transferred two other parcels of land in favour of Bangalore International Centre and M/s. Universal
    Resorts Limited.
    "These transactions reveal the true design of the officers of the corporation, who first succeeded in persuading the State Government to acquire huge chunk of land for a public purpose and then transferred major portion of the
    acquired land to private individual and corporate entities by citing poor financial health of the corporation as the cause for doing so," the bench said.
    Therefore, it said, the corporation did not have the jurisdiction to transfer the land acquired for a public purpose to the companies and thereby allow them to bypass the provisions of Land Acquisition Act.
    "The diversification of the purpose for which land was acquired under Section 4(1) read with Section 6 clearly amounted to a fraud on the power of eminent domain," the bench said.
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  • Farmers issue will be solved by nov
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  • Acquired extra 602 acres in 1997: Noida admn to file affidavit in SC


    Noida: Farmers of 7 villages ready for truce as Noida Authority admits its ‘clerical error’

    The end of the 14-year-long standoff between farmers of Sorkha and surrounding villages and the Noida Authority over excess land acquisition seems to be in sight now. The Noida Authority has said it plans to file an affidavit in the Supreme Court to correct a “clerical error” due to which extra 602 acres of land was acquired in 1997.

    The villages involved in this issue are Sorkha, Zahidabad, Sakahpur, Karkala, Nangla, Bhuta and Sarfabad.

    Following the Authority’s plan, the farmers have decided to call off their agitation, which included stalling construction activity in sectors 74 to 79 in Noida.

    An agreement between the farmers’ representatives and the Authority was reached during a meeting on Wednesday, Naresh Yadav, head of Sorkha village, said.

    “The Authority has agreed to file an affidavit with the Supreme Court to correct a clerical error of 1997, where instead of the acquisition order for 200 acres, the number put down by the Noida Authority was 802 acres. Overnight, 1,500 farmers who never agreed to give up their land, lost their livelihood,” he said.

    Balwinder Kumar, CEO of Noida Authority, said, “We have always agreed that the acquisition of all 802 acres, instead of 200 acres was a mistake. All we had to agree was on the modalities of how we would correct the mistake.”

    As per the latest agreement, if the court rules that the land cannot be returned to the farmers as construction activities have already started, farmers will get compensation and 7 per cent developed plots, like other villages in the Noida region, the farmer leader said.

    Noida Authority officials said the compensation rate would be decided after the Allahabad High Court gives its judgment on the overall land acquisition process in villages of Noida and Greater Noida. The court had wrapped up arguments in the matter on September 30.

    At present, the rate of compensation in Noida is Rs 1,250 per square metre and 7 percent developed plots for land that was acquired

    The problem


    According to head of Sorkha village Naresh Yadav, “On 7 April 1997, one member of each family had agreed to give up land that belonged to them, amounting to 200 acres. However, when the agreement was inked, a clerical mistake was made by the Authority that entire families, not just one member of each, had given up all the land that was owned by them.”


    He said the matter was complicated further when the then District Magistrate of Gautam Budh Nagar handed over the land to the UP government for use. Then in 2005, this area of 802 acres was given to builders for construction.

    -Financial express
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  • NOIDA ROW TO END SOON

    The uncertainty in the real estate sector in Noida is likely to be resolved in the next couple of months, said Balvinder Kumar, Noida Authority’s chairman and CEO, while answering queries from one of the participants at a seminar, Noida Unravelled - The Road Ahead, organized by The Times of India. He said the authority is negotiating with farmers to address their grievances and hoped the dispute would be settled soon. A K TIWARY reports

    The Times of India recently organized a seminar, Noida Unravelled — The Road Ahead, in association with Investors Clinic, on October 1.

    Participants like developers, investors and buyers flocked to the seminar, eager to hear the CEO of Noida Authority offer his views on the road map ahead, as the realty sector hit a rough patch in Noida after a dispute over land acquisition and the subsequent order of the Allahabad high court.

    In his keynote address, Balvinder Kumar, chairman and CEO of Noida Authority, assured all the stakeholders of the realty sector in Noida a speedy redressal of all the sticking points and said development in the sector would again pick up pace and be back to normal.

    Kumar said: “As we all know, Noida is one of the fastest developing residential and commercial hubs in the country. Information technology, insurance, institutional and residential sectors in the region are the main engines of growth around which the entire township is being developed. We are ensuring that the place has world-class infrastructure where every sectoral player would like to come and invest.”

    Noida has been developed as a planned industrial township under the UP Industrial Area Development Act, 1976. In many respects, this is a unique experiment in the country, as the government set up an authority which was entrusted the task of acquiring land from farmers in the notified area and then developing infrastructure before selling the developed land to end users.

    Kumar said physical infrastructure like roads, sewers, power and water supply lines, etc, which has been developed in Noida, and later in Greater Noida, is far better than that in other new cities that have come up in the country.

    He said: “I am not saying that everything is fine and perfect here. There are many challenges and constrains we are facing in Noida. We will have to continue our efforts to meet the growing demand as the population pressure keeps increasing. A few years ago, one could not have imagined that Noida-Greater Noida Expressway would witness traffic congestion. But, this is a reality today. Now, we are working to remove the bottlenecks that are coming in the way of smooth movement of vehicular traffic.

    Roads along Sector 18, Rajni Gandha Chowk, Sector 37 and Choura Mor, among others, have been widened to meet the increasing traffic. Many elevated roads, underpasses and bridges have been proposed. A detailed project report (DPR) for a Metro line in Greater Noida is also under preparation,” Kumar said.

    Noida is spread over 20,316 hectares and is almost saturated. Out of this, 15,280 hectares had been earmarked for developing urbanized areas. The city has a high score in terms of modern amenities and can boast of a healthy environment. Connectivity to New Delhi and Gurgaon has also made Noida a favoured destination for business travellers and investors.


    Noida authority is working on different schemes to strengthen and build a holistic win-win environment for all the stakeholders. However, certain issues have affected the investment climate here and land acquisition is a major topic of debate today.


    “Land is like a raw material for township development. But it is no body’s case that farmers should not be compensated adequately. We, as a government authority, always work to protect the interests of the farmers. In fact, if one calculates the total compensation for land acquired from the farmers, including the price of developed land in Noida, this is one of the highest packages in the country. However, the farming community is not satisfied and we are making efforts to make land acquisition policy more attractive and transparent,” Kumar said.


    Noida authority, which was formed in 1976, had been allocated land in 54 villages for development of a modern industrial urban township. The authority is entitled to acquire these lands for a planned industrial development, which includes residential, commercial, institutional, recreational, industrial and other facilities. As the requirements rise, the authority is vested with the powers to take decisions in acquiring land. In fact, the compensation to farmers was doubled in 2008, to around Rs 50 lakh per acre.


    Kumar adds: “In order to enable farmers to participate in the development of the region, the authority, beyond making cash payments, also gives 5% of the land acquired from the developed land. As per the market value, this is higher than the cash component of the total value of land that the farmers get. But, as the process of development is time consuming, it takes time to give developed land to farmers. Our endeavour is to finish this backlog in the coming months. And, certainly, this will go a long way in the confidence building exercise among the farmers.”


    The UP government has come up with a new land acquisition policy effective from June, 2011, to address the shortcomings present in the previous policy and to accord better environment to the real estate industry.

    However, to improve the business environment in the real estate sector, developers will also have to adopt a transparent policy so that end users can be confident of buying property.

    Kumar says that the Noida Authority is continually trying to improve the environment for private investment in various kinds of projects by way of updating its master plan, enacting regulations and adopting various policy initiatives to suite the demand of industry and the market.

    The Noida master plan for 2031 has been approved by the UP government. “We have proposed the development of new roads and rail links with Delhi, Haryana and Greater Noida, which will improve connectivity in the entire region. New Metro links are proposed to cover the entire town of Noida and Greater Noida. This will certainly improve the traffic situation in the area,” Kumar said.

    -TOI
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  • End to 14-yr-long Noida land row in sight

    End to 14-yr-long Noida land row in sight
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    Posted: Sat Oct 08 2011, 03:45 hrs
    Noida:


    The end of the 14-year-long standoff between farmers of Sorkha and surrounding villages and the Noida Authority over excess land acquisition seems to be in sight now. The Noida Authority has said it plans to file an affidavit in the Supreme Court to correct a “clerical error” due to which extra 602 acres of land was acquired in 1997.
    The villages involved in this issue are Sorkha, Zahidabad, Sakahpur, Karkala, Nangla, Bhuta and Sarfabad.

    Following the Authority’s plan, the farmers have decided to call off their agitation, which included stalling construction activity in sectors 74 to 79 in Noida.

    An agreement between the farmers’ representatives and the Authority was reached during a meeting on Wednesday, Naresh Yadav, head of Sorkha village, said.

    “The Authority has agreed to file an affidavit with the Supreme Court to correct a clerical error of 1997, where instead of the acquisition order for 200 acres, the number put down by the Noida Authority was 802 acres. Overnight, 1,500 farmers who never agreed to give up their land, lost their livelihood,” he said.

    Balwinder Kumar, CEO of Noida Authority, said, “We have always agreed that the acquisition of all 802 acres, instead of 200 acres was a mistake. All we had to agree was on the modalities of how we would correct the mistake.”

    As per the latest agreement, if the court rules that the land cannot be returned to the farmers as construction activities have already started, farmers will get compensation and 7 per cent developed plots, like other villages in the Noida region, the farmer leader said.

    Noida Authority officials said the compensation rate would be decided after the Allahabad High Court gives its judgment on the overall land acquisition process in villages of Noida and Greater Noida. The court had wrapped up arguments in the matter on September 30.

    At present, the rate of compensation in Noida is Rs 1,250 per square metre and 7 percent developed plots for land that was acquired.
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  • This matter is becoming bad to worse and then worst...
    How could they do such a big mistake of 802 acres instead of 200 acres...
    Looks like many new sectors will be in trouble..

    These authorities already lost their reputation in front of courts... they have give one more opportunity to court for having hard stance against them...
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  • Query


    My understanding of this news:
    602 (802-200) Acres belong to Farmers

    This is the land where all 7x and few other sectors are there
    There are several projects under construction in this land-Amarpali/Supertech etc.
    This land was mistakenly transferred to Authority/Government

    There is a case pertaining to this in court since last few years
    Noida authority will get this land transferred to Farmers - in SC

    If things above are true, I have a question:
    Is the land actually going to be transferred to farmers. If it happens so, what will happen to the projects?
    OR
    It is being done for the record sake so that farmers can get the compensation?



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  • In this case.. authority may pay Rs. 1250 compensation amount to farmers with other additional benefits.. 7% developed land.. solve abadi issue etc...
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  • इसी सप्ताह किसानों को आवंटित हो जाएंगे प्लॉट


    दीपावली से पहले ही क्षेत्र के किसानों को प्राधिकरण पांच प्रतिशत के प्लॉट का लाभ दे देगा। इसके लिए तैयारियां पूरी कर ली गई हैं। अब केवल सूची बनाने और छूटे हुए किसानों का नाम जोड़ने की कवायद चल रही है।

    ज्ञात हो कि नोएडा प्राधिकरण अंतर्गत स्थित गांवों के किसान अपनी आबादी नियमित कराने और पांच प्रतिशत के प्लॉट की मांग को लेकर काफी दिनों से धरना-प्रदर्शन कर रहे थे। इसके बाद प्राधिकरण ने आबादी विनियमावली में संशोधन कर शासन के पास उसे मंजूरी के लिए भेजा था। शासन ने कुछ दिनों पहले ही संशोधन को मंजूरी देते हुए उसे तीनों प्राधिकरण में लागू कर दिया। इससे पहले ही नोएडा प्राधिकरण के अधिकारियों ने गांवों का सर्वे कर सूची तैयार करने सहित अन्य खानापूर्ति पूरी कर ली थी। शासन से विनियमावली को अनुमोदन मिलते ही प्राधिकरण ने किसानों को संशोधन का लाभ देना शुरू कर दिया। पिछले सोमवार को ही प्राधिकरण ने 16 गांव के किसानों को पांच प्रतिशत का लाभ दिया था। नोएडा प्राधिकरण के चेयरमैन व सीईओ बलविंदर कुमार ने बताया कि अब तक 22 गांव के किसानों को पांच प्रतिशत के प्लॉट का लाभ दिया जा चुका है। इस सप्ताह के अंत तक 1997 के बाद के सभी गांव के किसानों को प्लॉट का लाभ दे दिया जाएगा। हालांकि अभी यह स्पष्ट नहीं है कि किसानों को कहां पर पांच प्रतिशत के प्लॉट दिए जाएंगे। नियोजन विभाग इसके लिए जगह तलाश रहा है।

    छूटे नाम जोड़ने को मिले किसान
    प्राधिकरण द्वारा तैयार की गई पांच प्रतिशत का लाभ प्राप्त करने वाले किसानों की सूची में अब भी कुछ नाम छूट गए हैं। इन्हें जोड़ने के लिए किसान संघर्ष समिति के पदाधिकारियों ने सोमवार को चेयरमैन व सीईओ बलविंदर कुमार से मुलाकात की। समिति के दलवीर यादव, महेश अवाना व मनोज चौहान आदि ने किसानों के नाम और उनकी आबादी के खसरे नंबर सूची में शामिल करने की मांग रखी। इस पर चेयरमैन ने डीसीईओ दिनेश कुमार सिंह को सूची में छूटे हुए किसानों के नाम जोड़ने के निर्देश दे दिए हैं। सोमवार को ही चेयरमैन को किसानों व जेपी अधिकारियों संग उनकी परियोजना के आसपास के गांवों की समस्याओं के निपटारे के लिए बैठक करनी थी। मुख्यमंत्री दौरे की तैयारियों में व्यस्त होने की वजह से फिलहाल इस बैठक को एक सप्ताह के लिए टाल दिया गया है। वाजिदपुर गांव में चेयरमैन ने कुछ दिन पूर्व निरीक्षण कर करोड़ों रुपये की विकास योजनाओं को स्वीकृति प्रदान की है। साथ ही उन्होंने राजकीय डिग्री कॉलेज के विकास के लिए भी साढ़े पांच करोड़ रुपये जारी किए हैं। इस पर समिति पदाधिकारियों ने उन्हें धन्यवाद दिया।

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  • अथॉरिटी सीईओ से मिले किसान


    नोएडा अथॉरिटी

    किसान संघर्ष समिति के सदस्यों ने सोमवार को अथॉरिटी चेयरमैन एवं सीईओ बलविंदर कुमार से मिलकर 5 पर्सेंट जमीन और आबादी के मामले में संशोधन करने की मांग की है। साथ ही, वाजिदपुर गांव की बदहाल स्थिति को सुधारने की गुहार भी लगाई। समिति के प्रवक्ता महेश अवाना ने बताया कि आबादी के मामले में पिछले महीने अथॉरिटी अधिकारियों के साथ बनी सहमति को क्रियान्वित करने और संशोधन के बाबत कुछ सुझाव दिए गए थे। इसके आधार पर सीईओ ने किसानों की पुरानी आबादी का विनियमितीकरण और 5 पर्सेंट आवंटन को अलग-अलग कर सूचना देने की बात मान ली है। वहीं, सीईओ ने वाजिदपुर गांव की बदहाल स्थिति को तुरंत सुधारने के आदेश दिए हैं।

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  • Thanks a lot Fritolay ji, posting all these news here.. Its more easy to ready all related news in one forum. thank you very much.
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  • 22 और गांवों की 5 पर्सेंट सूची जारी



    नोएडा
    22 गांवों की आबादी और 5 पर्सेंट जमीन के मामले को सुलझाकर अथॉरिटी ने इन गांवों की लिस्ट मंगलवार देर शाम मंगलवार जारी कर दी। इसमें 2060 खातेदारों को 4 लाख 24 हजार 346 वर्ग मीटर जमीन किसान कोटे के तहत दी जाएगी। 1997 से पहले जमीन देने वाले बाकी बचे छह गांवों की 5 पर्सेंट जमीन की सूची इस सप्ताह के आखिर तक जारी होगी।

    उधर, 1997 से पहले जमीन देने वाले गांवों की आबादी के मामलों को सैटलाइट इमेज के जरिए निपटाया जाएगा। जनवरी 2011 और अक्टूबर 2011 की इमेज के आधार पर अधिकारी आबादी को चिह्नित कर समाधान करेंगे। अथॉरिटी चेयरमैन एवं सीईओ बलविंदर कुमार ने बताया कि किसानों की वर्षों पुरानी समस्या और मांगों का समाधान कर दिया गया है।

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