Sector 3 is not allotted to any builder. Authority has allotted builder houses and plot in this sector under BHS09 scheme etc.
So there should not be any issue with sector 3. this sector land is belong to Patwari & Khairpur village.
See this reply:
Pls refer to HC verdict on Shahberi village -
21. Shri Ravindra Kumar submits that the swapping of the land use in the Master Plan is permitted provided the percentage of land use for each category namely industrial; commercial; residential or green belt etc. is not changed. He submits that it is well within the power of the GNOIDA to change the land use. A request was sent by the Property Department on 30.10.2010 to convert the land use of village Shahberi in the first stage for development for the purposes of residential area. A committee was constituted on 03.11.2009 for change of land use. The committee submitted a report on the same day on 03.11.2009. The report was approved and was directed to be placed by the Chief Executive Officer of GNOIDA in the Board meeting. The Chief Executive Officer of GNOIDA passed an order for including the matter in the agenda item in the Board meeting to be held on 04.11.2009. The matter was considered in the Board's meeting on 06.11.2009 and was approved. A public notice of the change of land use was given on 20.11.2009. Since no objections were received upto 30.12.2009, the land use was changed and the scheme was floated for allotment to builders, providing for terms and conditions for allotment of plots for plotted and flatted developments. A similar scheme was floated as 'Builders Residential Scheme-BRS- 01/08-09' which opened on 16.1.2009 for which the detail of plots were given in the scheme in various sectors including Omega-I; Pi; Beta-II; Zeta-I; Rho-I; Sigma-III; Omicron-III; Sector-10 & 12 & Chi-V. The Builders Residential Scheme-BRS-01/08-09 did not invoke appropriate response and thus considering, that the village Shahberi was contiguous to the land acquired in village Aimnabad by notification under Section 6 dated 12.12.2006, Village Bisrakh under Section 6 dated 30.6.2008 and village Patwari under Section 6 dated 30.6.2008; the land use of village Shahberi was changed in Master Plan 2021 after giving public notice and inviting objections.
(vi) The satisfaction of the Government on the issue of urgency is subjective but is a condition precedent to the exercise of power under Section 17(1) and the same can be challenged on the ground that the
purpose for which the private property is sought to be acquired is not a public purpose at all or that the exercise of power is vitiated due to mala fides or that the concerned authorities did not apply mind to the relevant factors and the records.
(ix) If land is acquired for the benefit of private persons, the Court should view the invoking of Section 17(1) and/or 17(4) with suspicion and carefully scrutinize the relevant record before adjudicating upon thelegality of such acquisition."
So there should not be any impact of any G.Noida scheme (Plot,House) which was meant for public. But interesting point to see, How SC react on these points specially when fully land is acquired with sector 17(1).
As regards Sector 137, the land use as per Master Plan – 2021 was residential. But the Board on 10.06.2008 decided to change the land use from residential to institutional, for which approval of the Government was sought and the same was granted on 19.09.2008. Subsequently, the Board, in its meeting held on 28.05.2009, decided to restore the land use from institutional to residential.
Pressure tactics...the farmers will spoil their case by indulging in any kind of disruption activity...
The authority should take the initiative and be more transparent in dealing these cases to avoid protests and disruption.