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Jewar airport land: Rs 600cr okayed for 3 villages


GREATER NOIDA: The Gautam Budh Nagar district administration has started the compensation procedure for six villages for land acquired for the proposed global airport in Jewar.


Of the Rs 2,852 crore required for compensation for land, an amount of Rs 600 crore has been cleared for three villages — Ranhera, Parohi and Banwariwas. For the remaining 3, ie Dayanatpur, Kishorpur and Rohi, approvals are expected quickly.

The Allahabad top court had remaining week brushed aside a number of petitions via farmers searching for four times compensation for his or her land. The administration has known the area as city and is offering somewhat over twice the circle price in Jewar. As the case used to be in court, all paintings associated with the airport challenge have been placed on grasp.

The administration had notified 1,239 hectares around the villages for acquisition within the first section. The notified land is owned via 8,971 households, of whom there are three,627 households whose farming as well residential land has been known for acquisition.


The compensation package deal is being ready per village and is being cleared in stages via the Meerut commissioner, and the district magistrate where required, in line with the evaluate reviews submitted via district land acquisition officers.


“An approximate amount of Rs 308 crore for Ranhera and Rs 276 crore for Parohi has been cleared via Meerut commissioner Anita Meshram, who is permitted to transparent higher amounts until over Rs 300 crore, whilst our district magistrate GB Nagar (who can transparent amounts up to Rs 40 crore) has cleared about Rs 16 crore for Banwariwas,” stated Balram Singh, ADM (land acquisition) of Gautam Budh Nagar. For the remaining 3 villages, a compensation award of Rs 427 crore for Kishorpur has been sent to Meshram for clearance.


“We are within the technique of preparing compensation award for Dayanatpur and Rohi and will probably be sending the similar for clearance to Meerut Commissioner,” stated Singh.




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