Development in 53 villages – judgment: 11 villages from Secunderabad and 42 villages from Khurja became part of YIDA

Bulandshahr: Division representatives and officers present during the board meeting in the BDA auditorium.
– Photo: BULANDSHAHR

Judgment: 11 villages from Secunderabad and 42 villages from Khurja became part of YIDA
Bulandshahr: The way is clear for 53 villages in the district to join the Yamuna Development Authority (YIDA). The Bulandshahr-Khurja Development Authority (BDA) has given the board its approval in principle to connect 11 villages from Secunderabad Tehsil and 42 villages in the Khurja region with Yida. In the board meeting, which was chaired by Divisional Commissioner Surendra Singh, it was decided that a notification should be issued immediately to exclude these 53 villages from the jurisdiction of the BDA.
The government recently decided to include 53 Bulandshahr villages in the Yamuna Development Authority area. In this order, a board meeting was held on Friday in the auditorium of the BDA, chaired by Divisional Commissioner Surendra Singh. A total of 11 proposals were discussed. Among these, the main proposal was to include 11 villages in the Secunderabad area of ​​the district and 42 villages in Khurja under the Yamuna Development Agency. All 53 villages in the district are denotated from the BDA area. Meanwhile, DM Ravindra Kumar, BDA Vice President Harshita Mathur, Treasury Additional Director Atul Kumar Singh, Chief Coordinator Planner SC Gaur, BDA Secretary and HE Neeraj Gupta, Mayor of Bulandshahr Manoj Garg, BJP District Secretary General Ajay Tyagi, Mayor Khaddurja Singh, BP Elhans, Vedpal Raghav were present.
Progress will be rapid in these villages in the Secunderabad region
Those in the Secunderabad region from Bhoura village, Saloni village alias Rauni, Makrandpur village alias Fatehpur village, Vair Badshahpur village, Arora village, Fatehpur Jada village, Dhanaura village, Nurpur village, Nithari village, the village Gangraul and the village of Kadarpur to the south of the railway line The area has been included in the Yamuna Development Authority and removed from the Bulandshahr Development Authority list and has been granted general approval for inclusion in the Yamuna Development Authority. Now the development in these villages should accelerate.
The face of these villages in the Khurja region will change
At the direction of the government, 42 villages of the Khurja Development Authority were also admitted to the Yamuna Development Authority. In the board meeting of BDA / KDA it was suggested that the villages in a south direction from the railway line Sheikhpur Mam, Daudpur, Salempur Majra Dastur, Khandpura, Bhagwanpur, Hasanpur Laduki, Bighepur, Bichat Sujanpur, Mohammadpur Majra Bichat. Are, Akhtiyarpur, Sanita Safipur, Bhaipur, Lalpur, Mumrejpur, Shahzadpur Kaneni, Azamabad, Sarangpur, Nagla Rumi, Asafpur, Sirial, Shahpur Kalan, Gauthni, Bhindor, Firozpur, Ahrauli, Auranga, Bhadi, Ramgar Gudala Die, Jafarthala , Qalandar Khurd, Sultanpur, Ismailpur Budaina, Ibrahimpur Junaidpur, Samaspur, Kamalpur Majra Bhadaura, Inayatpur alias Madhupura, Bhadaura and Khabra have been admitted to the Yamuna Development Authority.
Construction of a CNG station in Dhamravali on the NH-91
Approval was also given to build a CNG filling station in the village of Dhamrawali on NH 91 and an Indian Oil Corporation filling station on the Secunderabad motorway. While in the Transport Nagar scheme, the owners of two parcels allocated by the owners of 25 percent of the amount were considered for an extension of the deadline.
In the board meeting the minutes of the 70th board meeting of the Bulandshahr Development Authority on January 12th were approved for the first time. In the village of Dhamrawali, Mukesh Kumar Kedia issued a permit to use the land in the green belt for a CNG pump.
Robin Badal has received approval for an Indian oil filling station in the Secunderabad countryside. The reimbursement of medical expenses was also passed on to the executives and employees of the BDA. Transport Nagar also resolved to extend the late filing deadline by 25-25 percent under the property assigned to Dinesh Kumar Gupta and Bablu Singh.
Facilities available in the villages
By joining the Yamuna Development Authority, the villagers will get better facilities. Once the BDA has been approved, the path is clear. – Vikas, resident village of Dhanaura
Employment opportunities will increase
This will lead to the development not only of the area but of every village. Now people are also getting new job opportunities. We have waited a long time for this decision. Jagdish Chaudhary, village chief, Nithari
Investments will increase in villages
With the inclusion of the villages of the area in Noida, there will now be industrial investments. As a result, thousands of people will find employment while development also progresses faster. – Sanju Bhati, resident of Gangraul
we will be the first
Due to the construction of Jewar Airport and the incorporation of the villages into the Yamuna Development Authority, development will take place in the area. Every villager is happy with this decision. – KK Bhati, residing in Vaira
This decision is good for the development of the villages. We respect this decision. Everyone benefits from this. With the expansion of Noida, investment opportunities are also opening up there. When new industries emerge in the area, the villagers also get jobs. – Jagpal, resident of Kadirpur

Judgment: 11 villages from Secunderabad and 42 villages from Khurja became part of YIDA

Bulandshahr: The way is clear for 53 villages in the district to join the Yamuna Development Authority (YIDA). The Bulandshahr-Khurja Development Authority (BDA) has given the board its approval in principle to connect 11 villages from Secunderabad Tehsil and 42 villages in the Khurja region with Yida. In the board meeting, which was chaired by Divisional Commissioner Surendra Singh, it was decided that a notification should be issued immediately to exclude these 53 villages from the jurisdiction of the BDA.

The government recently decided to include 53 Bulandshahr villages in the Yamuna Development Authority area. In this order, a board meeting was held on Friday in the auditorium of the BDA, chaired by Divisional Commissioner Surendra Singh. A total of 11 proposals were discussed. Among these, the main proposal was to include 11 villages in the Secunderabad area of ​​the district and 42 villages in Khurja under the Yamuna Development Agency. All 53 villages in the district are denotated from the BDA area. Meanwhile, DM Ravindra Kumar, BDA Vice President Harshita Mathur, Treasury Additional Director Atul Kumar Singh, Chief Coordinator Planner SC Gaur, BDA Secretary and HE Neeraj Gupta, Mayor of Bulandshahr Manoj Garg, BJP District Secretary General Ajay Tyagi, Mayor Khaddurja Singh, BP Elhans, Vedpal Raghav were present.

Progress will be rapid in these villages in the Secunderabad region

Those in the Secunderabad region from Bhoura village, Saloni village alias Rauni, Makrandpur village alias Fatehpur village, Vair Badshahpur village, Arora village, Fatehpur Jada village, Dhanaura village, Nurpur village, Nithari village, the village Gangraul and the village of Kadarpur to the south of the railway line The area has been included in the Yamuna Development Authority and removed from the Bulandshahr Development Authority list and has been granted general approval for inclusion in the Yamuna Development Authority. Now the development in these villages should accelerate.

The face of these villages in the Khurja region will change

At the direction of the government, 42 villages of the Khurja Development Authority were also admitted to the Yamuna Development Authority. In the board meeting of BDA / KDA it was suggested that the villages in a south direction from the railway line Sheikhpur Mam, Daudpur, Salempur Majra Dastur, Khandpura, Bhagwanpur, Hasanpur Laduki, Bighepur, Bichat Sujanpur, Mohammadpur Majra Bichat. Are, Akhtiyarpur, Sanita Safipur, Bhaipur, Lalpur, Mumrejpur, Shahzadpur Kaneni, Azamabad, Sarangpur, Nagla Rumi, Asafpur, Sirial, Shahpur Kalan, Gauthni, Bhindor, Firozpur, Ahrauli, Auranga, Bhadi, Ramgar Gudala Die, Jafarthala , Qalandar Khurd, Sultanpur, Ismailpur Budaina, Ibrahimpur Junaidpur, Samaspur, Kamalpur Majra Bhadaura, Inayatpur alias Madhupura, Bhadaura and Khabra have been admitted to the Yamuna Development Authority.

Construction of a CNG station in Dhamravali on the NH-91

Approval was also given to build a CNG filling station in the village of Dhamrawali on NH 91 and an Indian Oil Corporation filling station on the Secunderabad motorway. While in the Transport Nagar scheme, the owners of two parcels allocated by the owners of 25 percent of the amount were considered for an extension of the deadline.

In the board meeting the minutes of the 70th board meeting of the Bulandshahr Development Authority on January 12th were approved for the first time. In the village of Dhamrawali, Mukesh Kumar Kedia issued a permit to use the land in the green belt for a CNG pump.

Robin Badal has received approval for an Indian oil filling station in the Secunderabad countryside. The reimbursement of medical expenses was also passed on to the executives and employees of the BDA. Transport Nagar also resolved to extend the late filing deadline by 25-25 percent under the property assigned to Dinesh Kumar Gupta and Bablu Singh.

Facilities available in the villages

By joining the Yamuna Development Authority, the villagers will get better facilities. Once the BDA has been approved, the path is clear. – Vikas, resident village of Dhanaura

Employment opportunities will increase

This will lead to the development not only of the area but of every village. Now people are also getting new job opportunities. We have waited a long time for this decision. Jagdish Chaudhary, village chief, Nithari

Investments will increase in villages

With the inclusion of the villages of the area in Noida, there will now be industrial investments. As a result, thousands of people will find employment while development also progresses faster. – Sanju Bhati, resident of Gangraul

we will be the first

Due to the construction of Jewar Airport and the incorporation of the villages into the Yamuna Development Authority, development will take place in the area. Every villager is happy with this decision. – KK Bhati, residing in Vaira

This decision is good for the development of the villages. We respect this decision. Everyone benefits from this. With the expansion of Noida, investment opportunities are also opening up there. When new industries emerge in the area, the villagers also get jobs. – Jagpal, resident of Kadirpur

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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