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Land Dispute stalls Faridabad Development

Postby dheerajjain » Wed Aug 18, 2010 7:31 am

Dear All,

Good Morning !

HT has published an article on Faridabad development. Here is the link

http://www.hindustantimes.com/Land-disp ... 88296.aspx

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Dheeraj

Land dispute stalls Faridabad development

Prabhu Razdan, Hindustan Times
Faridabad, August 18, 2010
First Published: 00:53 IST(18/8/2010)


The development work in Greater Faridabad is likely start after August 29, senior officials have said.

"The issue of compensation to farmers is expected to be resolved by August 29 after which we may start acquiring the land," said Arvind Malhan, estates officer of Haryana Urban Development Authority, Faridabad.

Though Haryana Urban Development Authority created new sectors in the nehar par area, lack of land for laying of roads and sewer lines had hampered development in the area despite many high-rises coming up there. Haryana Urban Development Authority officials said they require about 1,068 acres for laying of roads in newly carved 75 to 89 sectors in Greater Faridabad.

The land was to be acquired in the villages such as Kherikalla, Batola, Chotikheri, Faridpur, Fajupur, Neemka, Mirzapur, Badoli, Prehladpur, Budena, Baselva, Badshahpur, Rewajpur, Tikawli, Palwali and Bhupani.

However, in April, 19 villages protested against state government's decision to acquire their land.

The villagers said the compensation offered was very less. Satpal Narwat, convenor of Kissan Sangarsh Samiti, said they were being offered R 24 lakh per acre where as the circle rate was much higher. "Our protests forced the state government to look into the compensation issue afresh," Narwat said.

"Senior Haryana Urban Development Authority officials visited some of thevillages on Tuesday for survey," Narwat said.

The villagers had also approached Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda in this connection.
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Re: Land Dispute stalls Faridabad Development

Postby mbhattacharya » Wed Aug 18, 2010 12:38 pm

Thats a good news :)
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Re: Land Dispute stalls Faridabad Development

Postby dheerajjain » Thu Aug 19, 2010 7:12 pm

Dear All,

Neharpar, Faridabad farmers have rejected even Rs 65 lakh compensation offered to them as agreed by them previously in meeting with Chief Minister Mr. Hooda. It has to be noted that 65 lakh rupees per acre is greater than existing circle rate of 55 lakhs per acre. This rate is on par or greater than even NOIDA rates.Farmers have become very greedy as this is fanned by vested political interests. Now, they demand Rs 2 crores per acre which is senseless and non-feasible. Here is the news article link from Dainik Bhaskar dated today. (I can't embed Hindi font)

http://www.bhaskar.com/article/HAR-OTH- ... 70338.html

I think only way to defeat these farmers and vested interests is to become united. This forum is an excellent platform for future residents of Neharpar, Faridabad to organize themselves and stage a protest outside HUDA Main Complex in Faridabad. Let me know your thoughts.

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