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Land acquisition expedited for Ludhiana-Ropar expressway :  Ludhiana  News – Pro Punjab Tv News



Tribune Information Service

Nitin Jain

Ludhiana, November 24

The work of buying the land for the upcoming Ludhiana-Ropar expressway has been expedited after a lot delay brought on prior to now, the federal government has confirmed.

DCs informed to expedite work

Following the nod from the Transport Ministry, the decks have been cleared for disbursement and possession of encumbrance-free land for all packages of the expressway with spur to Kharar part of NH-205K land. All of the DCs involved have been requested to expedite handing over possession of land for all of the NHAI tasks. — Vijay Kumar Janjua, Chief Secretary

Whereas the bodily possession of over 50 per cent of the full land required for the 116-km-long greenfield challenge to be constructed at a value of Rs 2,792 crore has already been taken inside the limits of Ludhiana district, the proceedings to take over the remaining land underneath the Nationwide Highways Authority of India (NHAI) challenge have been placed on quick monitor, the officers have claimed.

The event assumes significance because the stiff resistance by the farmers to half away with their land coming underneath the proposed Ludhiana-Ropar expressway was delaying the acquisition proceedings. Until September finish, lower than 5 per cent of the full 597.27 hectares land, falling underneath 71 villages, required to be acquired for the challenge could possibly be acquired and possessed in Ludhiana district.

Taking cognisance of the matter, the Chief Secretary, Vijay Kumar Janjua, reviewed the progress of the challenge and directed the officers involved to additional expedite the land acquisition proceedings to pave method for the development of the

84.9-km stretch of the proposed expressway on Nationwide Freeway-205K, which the NHAI has authorised as 4-6 access-controlled freeway with a route alignment connecting Manewal village in Ludhiana on the upcoming Delhi-Amritsar-Katra expressway with Bheora village close to Ropar, falls in Ludhiana district.

The Chief Secretary additionally requested the NHAI functionaries to mobilise full sources on website with extra manpower and equipment. The Deputy Commissioner, Surabhi Malik, who apprised the Chief Secretary of the progress of the land acquisition proceedings for the challenge at a high-level assembly held in Chandigarh, informed The Tribune that the possession of land required for 18.9-km of the full 37.7-km size of the freeway underneath Package deal-I of the challenge has already been taken whereas the possession of at the very least 70 per cent of the full 260 hectares of the land required for Package deal-I falling within the district can be handed over to the NHAI until subsequent week.

She stated the proceedings to take possession of 33.7.27 hectares of land for the development of a 47.2-km stretch of the freeway underneath Package deal-II have additionally been placed on quick monitor and can be accomplished shortly.

Of the 36.26-km stretch of the challenge falling underneath Package deal-III inside the limits of Ropar district, the land required for constructing 13-km freeway has already been possessed and handed over to the NHAI whereas at the very least 80 per cent of the full land required for Package deal-III will offered to the NHAI until subsequent week, Ropar Deputy Commissioner Preeti Yadav disclosed.

Equally, Mohali Deputy Commissioner Amit Talwar stated 80 per cent of the full land required for the challenge falling in Mohali district would even be handed over to the NHAI by subsequent week.

In the meantime, Ludhiana DC Surabhi Malik stated the district administration was continuously perusing the landowners to simply accept the awarded quantity and permit the possession of their acquired land to pave method for the development of the greenfield expressway, which features a 19.5-km spur from Pipalmajra to Kharar with Ludhiana bypass, and was being developed underneath the Bharatmala Pariyojana Part-1.

She disclosed {that a} sum of Rs 565.07 crore had been awarded for acquisition of 597.27 hectares of land required for the expressway, which was being in-built two components underneath the hybrid annuity mannequin (HAM) mode, and can join Ludhiana, Ropar and Mohali districts.

Nonetheless, the disbursement of Rs 97 crore, accounting for 17.17 per cent of the full award cash, could possibly be made to the landowners to this point.





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Tribune Information Service

Nitin Jain

Ludhiana, November 24

The work of buying the land for the upcoming Ludhiana-Ropar expressway has been expedited after a lot delay brought on prior to now, the federal government has confirmed.

DCs informed to expedite work

Following the nod from the Transport Ministry, the decks have been cleared for disbursement and possession of encumbrance-free land for all packages of the expressway with spur to Kharar part of NH-205K land. All of the DCs involved have been requested to expedite handing over possession of land for all of the NHAI tasks. — Vijay Kumar Janjua, Chief Secretary

Whereas the bodily possession of over 50 per cent of the full land required for the 116-km-long greenfield challenge to be constructed at a value of Rs 2,792 crore has already been taken inside the limits of Ludhiana district, the proceedings to take over the remaining land underneath the Nationwide Highways Authority of India (NHAI) challenge have been placed on quick monitor, the officers have claimed.

The event assumes significance because the stiff resistance by the farmers to half away with their land coming underneath the proposed Ludhiana-Ropar expressway was delaying the acquisition proceedings. Until September finish, lower than 5 per cent of the full 597.27 hectares land, falling underneath 71 villages, required to be acquired for the challenge could possibly be acquired and possessed in Ludhiana district.

Taking cognisance of the matter, the Chief Secretary, Vijay Kumar Janjua, reviewed the progress of the challenge and directed the officers involved to additional expedite the land acquisition proceedings to pave method for the development of the

84.9-km stretch of the proposed expressway on Nationwide Freeway-205K, which the NHAI has authorised as 4-6 access-controlled freeway with a route alignment connecting Manewal village in Ludhiana on the upcoming Delhi-Amritsar-Katra expressway with Bheora village close to Ropar, falls in Ludhiana district.

The Chief Secretary additionally requested the NHAI functionaries to mobilise full sources on website with extra manpower and equipment. The Deputy Commissioner, Surabhi Malik, who apprised the Chief Secretary of the progress of the land acquisition proceedings for the challenge at a high-level assembly held in Chandigarh, informed The Tribune that the possession of land required for 18.9-km of the full 37.7-km size of the freeway underneath Package deal-I of the challenge has already been taken whereas the possession of at the very least 70 per cent of the full 260 hectares of the land required for Package deal-I falling within the district can be handed over to the NHAI until subsequent week.

She stated the proceedings to take possession of 33.7.27 hectares of land for the development of a 47.2-km stretch of the freeway underneath Package deal-II have additionally been placed on quick monitor and can be accomplished shortly.

Of the 36.26-km stretch of the challenge falling underneath Package deal-III inside the limits of Ropar district, the land required for constructing 13-km freeway has already been possessed and handed over to the NHAI whereas at the very least 80 per cent of the full land required for Package deal-III will offered to the NHAI until subsequent week, Ropar Deputy Commissioner Preeti Yadav disclosed.

Equally, Mohali Deputy Commissioner Amit Talwar stated 80 per cent of the full land required for the challenge falling in Mohali district would even be handed over to the NHAI by subsequent week.

In the meantime, Ludhiana DC Surabhi Malik stated the district administration was continuously perusing the landowners to simply accept the awarded quantity and permit the possession of their acquired land to pave method for the development of the greenfield expressway, which features a 19.5-km spur from Pipalmajra to Kharar with Ludhiana bypass, and was being developed underneath the Bharatmala Pariyojana Part-1.

She disclosed {that a} sum of Rs 565.07 crore had been awarded for acquisition of 597.27 hectares of land required for the expressway, which was being in-built two components underneath the hybrid annuity mannequin (HAM) mode, and can join Ludhiana, Ropar and Mohali districts.

Nonetheless, the disbursement of Rs 97 crore, accounting for 17.17 per cent of the full award cash, could possibly be made to the landowners to this point.

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