Hearing on the expansion of the Tadighat Mau railway section completed, decision on the land compensation rate will be made shortly

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599 tenants from 16 villages filed arbitration proceedings for 5.9459 hectares of land with the district court in Ghazipur. As the cost of the project was not completed within the agreed time, the cost rose to Rs.80 crore.

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When the Tadighat-Mau section of the railway was to be extended, some farmers turned to the district court about the compensation rate for their land. In these proceedings, which have been pending for two years, the hearing in the district court was concluded. Officials say the decision can be made at any time. During the expansion of the fourteen-kilometer-long Tadighat-Mau railway section in the first phase, the land of the tenants of the 17 villages of Sadar and Zamania tehsils in the district was acquired. Of these, 599 tenants from 16 villages had appealed to the district court to pay around Rs 40.79 billion for 5.9459 hectares of land. After two years of pending arbitration proceedings, all files relating to the case were sent for order.

RVNL project manager Satyam Kumar said the hearing of all pending arbitrations had been completed two years ago in the district court, which will be ordered very soon. After that, the construction of the project should accelerate further.

It is known that about 1.69 billion rupees were previously paid for 29.5851 hectares by 2184 farmers from 17 villages in both Tehsils. Let us announce that a total of 17 villages of Sadar and Zamania tehsils are involved in this first phase project. A total of 2783 farmers in these villages are affected by the project. A total of 35,5310 hectares of land were acquired for this, for which around 2.10 billion rupees had to be paid to the farmers. However, many farmers were dissatisfied with the remuneration and the district rate. The farmers have submitted arbitration proceedings to the local court.

This Tadighat-Mau rail project was pipeline-laid by PM Narendra Modi on November 14, 2016. The PMO is keeping an eye on this project. The project progress report will be requested from time to time by the PMO. The first phase of the project should be completed in 2021. However, due to corona infection and arbitration, this project could not be completed on time. After that, the project is fixed until 2023.

Let us tell you this 51km project of approximately 1766 crores is to be completed in two phases. In the first phase, Sonwal, Tadighat, Medinipur have to go from City Railway Station to Ghazipur Ghat via the Ganga River. The second phase project is to be completed from the Ghat train station to Mau. At the same time, the cost of the project has increased by Rs 80 crore due to the late completion of the project.

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When the Tadighat-Mau section of the railway was to be extended, some farmers turned to the district court about the compensation rate for their land. In these proceedings, which have been pending for two years, the hearing in the district court was concluded.

Officials say the decision can be made at any time. During the expansion of the fourteen-kilometer-long Tadighat-Mau railway section in the first phase, the land of the tenants of the 17 villages of Sadar and Zamania tehsils in the district was acquired. Of these, 599 tenants from 16 villages had appealed to the district court to pay around Rs 40.79 billion for 5.9459 hectares of land. After two years of pending arbitration proceedings, all files relating to the case were sent for order.

RVNL project manager Satyam Kumar said the hearing of all pending arbitrations had been completed two years ago in the district court, which will be ordered very soon. After that, the construction of the project is expected to accelerate further.

It is known that about 1.69 billion rupees were previously paid for 29.5851 hectares by 2184 farmers from 17 villages in both Tehsils. Let us announce that a total of 17 villages of Sadar and Zamania tehsils are involved in this first phase project. A total of 2783 farmers in these villages are affected by the project. A total of 35,5310 hectares of land were acquired for this, for which around 2.10 billion rupees had to be paid to the farmers. However, many farmers were dissatisfied with the remuneration and the district rate. The farmers have submitted arbitration proceedings to the local court.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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