Civic – Measurement started to fix circle rate of land

Revenue personnel assessing the land falling under Ganga Expressway in Orhar village. Dialogue
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toe ring. In Orhar village, an exercise has been started to redress the grievances of the farmers who were upset due to the acquisition of land falling under the Ganga Expressway being given less than the fixed circle rate. On Friday, the Lekhpal reached the village and called the farmers and got their land measured.
In Orhar village, 46 hectares of land belonging to 350 farmers is coming under the purview of Ganga Expressway. In this, the land of farmers of Majre Darogakheda, Khambharkheda and Jafarkheda including Orhar was acquired. The farmers had given their land papers to the revenue department. According to the farmers, the compensation for land acquisition by UPEDA is being given less than the fixed circle rate. Due to this the farmers have now refused to do the benama. The farmers had complained in this regard to DM Ravindra Kumar, who reached the village on 23 August. It was told that only a few farmers are getting the benefit of compensation for land adjacent to the road and link road. Compensation is being given bypassing the prescribed standard three hundred meters from the road. During the MoU, the Revenue Department had talked about giving full compensation of circle rate. After the news was published in Amar Ujala on August 25, in-charge Land Acquisition Officer Chandan Patel took cognizance of it and handed over the investigation to the SDM.
On Friday, on the orders of SDM Satyapriya Singh, Lekhpal Vinod Kumar reached the village. He called the farmers of Darogakheda and got the land numbers 229, 232, 241, 265, 264 and other gates coming under Ganga Expressway from Purva Road to be measured. In-charge Land Acquisition Officer said that the report of the SDM is awaited.

toe ring. In Orhar village, an exercise has been started to redress the grievances of the farmers who are upset due to the acquisition of land falling under the Ganga Expressway being given less than the fixed circle rate. On Friday, the Lekhpal reached the village and called the farmers and got their land measured.

In Orhar village, 46 hectares of land belonging to 350 farmers is coming under the purview of Ganga Expressway. In this, the land of farmers of Majre Darogakheda, Khambharkheda and Jafarkheda including Orhar was acquired. The farmers had given their land papers to the revenue department. According to the farmers, the compensation for land acquisition by UPEDA is being given less than the fixed circle rate. For this reason the farmers have now refused to do the benama. The farmers had complained in this regard to DM Ravindra Kumar, who reached the village on 23 August. It was told that only a few farmers are getting the benefit of compensation for land adjacent to the road and link road. Compensation is being given bypassing the prescribed standard three hundred meters from the road. During the MoU, the Revenue Department had talked about giving full compensation of circle rate. After the news was published in Amar Ujala on August 25, in-charge Land Acquisition Officer Chandan Patel took cognizance of it and handed over the investigation to the SDM.

On Friday, on the orders of SDM Satyapriya Singh, Lekhpal Vinod Kumar reached the village. He called the farmers of Darogakheda and got the land numbers 229, 232, 241, 265, 264 and other gates coming under Ganga Expressway from Purva Road to be measured. In-charge Land Acquisition Officer said that the report of the SDM is awaited.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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