The development work of the fifth part of Delhi-Meerut Expressway was inaugurated by MP Rajendra Agrawal in Khanpur village on Sunday. The farmers of three villages protested and put the demand of equal compensation in entrance of the NHAI (Nationwide Freeway Authority of India) officers. On this the MP first began going again however afterward the request of Udayveer Thakur, the village head of Nanglapatu, he began the work. After this the MP spoke to the farmers intimately.
The 14 km lengthy fifth part of Delhi-Meerut Expressway is ranging from Shakarpur village on Hapur highway. The land of 12 villages is coming on this part from Meerut to Ghaziabad. There are 9 villages in Meerut and three in Ghaziabad. The farmers of Nanglapatu, Khanpur, Chandsara, Salempur are demanding compensation. Farmers mentioned that many occasions talks have been held on the stage of District Justice of the Peace, Commissioner, however no answer has been discovered. The farmers included Shivanand Grasp, Yatendra Kumar Tyagi, Vedprakash, Aadesh Tyagi, Rakesh Pradhan and many others.
that is the venture
This 14 km lengthy stretch of the fifth part of Delhi-Meerut Expressway is to be constructed on Hapur Highway from Shakarpur to Jainuddinpur at a price of about 300 crores. The goal has been set to complete this building work within the yr 2024. After this, the Delhi-Meerut Expressway shall be immediately related to Hapur Highway. Two years later, automobiles coming from Shastri Nagar, Jagriti Vihar, Garh Highway and Bijnor will immediately board the Delhi-Meerut Expressway through the Hapur Highway hyperlink as an alternative of occurring the Delhi Highway.
Police needed to deal with the system
After the MP requested to not begin the development work, one facet began the development work. On this the opposite facet expressed displeasure. There was an argument amongst themselves on this. The matter was defined and pacified by the police current on the spot.
that is the entire matter
Within the yr 2010, land was acquired in Chandsara, Khanpur, Nangla, Salempur villages. About 90 hectares of land was acquired in 4 villages. On this, compensation was given in Salempur of Rs 1000 per sq. meter, in Chandsara Rs 600 per sq. meter and in Khanpur, Nangla solely 4 occasions of Rs 500 per sq. meter together with curiosity was given. Now the farmers are demanding compensation much like that of Salempur. Farmers say that when a belt of 24 villages has been made in Gautam Budh Nagar, uniform compensation has been given. On this foundation, Salempur, Khanpur, Nangla and Chandsara are coming inside a radius of three km. They need to even be compensated equally.
What’s the fee of compensation wherein village (Rs per sq. meter)
Narhera – 5280, Salempur – 5280, Dhikoli – 3900, Ghosipur – 5500, Shakarpur – 9800, Chandsara – 3150, Khanpur and Nangla Patu – 2566
listed here are current
Metropolitan President Mukesh Singhal, MLA Amit Agarwal, former MLA Satyaveer Tyagi, Metropolitan Vice President Vivek Rastogi, Treasurer Sunil Agarwal, Kamal Dutt Sharma, Amit Sharma, Seema Srivastava, Harsh Goyal and many others. had been current.
not doable to pay
Equal compensation is just not doable. If farmers have any objection, then they need to go to court docket and inform their level. There’s nothing NHAI can do on this now.
– Arvind Kumar, Mission Director, NHAI