Construction major Jaypee Infratech has launched a new residential project called Jaypee Greens Yamuna Vihar as a part of its Greater Noida based township, Jaypee Greens Sports City. The project offers residential plots of around 200 and 300 sq yard with a cost of Rs 27000 per sq yard. An pre-launch discount of Rs 900 per sq yard is being offered for a limited time taking the cost to Rs 26100 per sq yard. Booking amount is Rs 4 lakh which can be paid via Demand Draft in favour of Jaypee Infratech Ltd.
Greater Noida: The out of court agreement reached between a 15-member committee of Patwari and the officials are super quick in making payment of revised land rates. Officials on Tuesday distributed cheques among 24 farmers. Another 14 farmers have signed the draft agreement. The CEO Rama Raman of GNIDA confirmed the payment.
If the Patwari pact stands, it will save 20,000 under constructed houses in the village. Generally, authority takes months to pay compensations but in it’s desperation this time the authority is issuing cheques in hurry. GNIDA will give the increased cash compensation to only those farmers who agree to the deal through affidavits, stating they will withdraw petitions and will never challenge the deal in court. The authority, three years ago acquired 589 hectares of land in Patwari at Rs 850 per sq m. About 15% of farmers have not accepted the compensation. Now, the compensation has been hiked to Rs 1400 per sq m. Of Rs 550 hiked, Rs 290 will be borne by the builders.
Greater Noida: 11 days left for the state government to work out an out of court settlement with Noida Extension farmers, the GNIDA has rushed talks but without success. The discussion between authority and the farmers of Patwari village failed on the issue of compensation, because back to back court orders quashing forcible land acquisition. The fate of 1 lakh houses in Noida Extension hangs in the balance.
The CEO of GNIDA Rama Raman, faced a hostile crowd of farmers, who said if the authority could not hike the compensation then there is no point of holding this discussion. They also accused the authority of trying dividing farmers by giving rehabilitations and other benefits to selected farmers, to weaken the movement against land acquisition.
Farmer leader said the authority is trying to play divide and rule policy by keeping land of some influential farmers. He told CEO, no out of court settlement could be reached out without hiking the compensation. The CEO said 4 bighas of land belonging to the village head would be regularized and not termed as encroachment.
The discussion between the authority and the Patwari village’s farmers failed on the issue of compensation. The authority wants to acquire the land and pay according to new acquisition and rehabilitation policy which allows the authority to give farmers bigger developed land plots, Rs 200 more per sqm as cash compensation, besides annuity payouts.
In Noida extension land buyers woes know no end. The Allahabad court quashed acquisition of about 600 hectares of land in village Patwari. Almost 20,000 buyers have been affected. But the damage caused is huge. The court deferred its hearing on a petition till July 26 challenging the acquisition of 466 hectares of land in Roza-Yaqoobpur village.
The GNIDA will have to dig up two important inter-city road links and make the stretch fit for cultivation. The authority will not be able to build its Metro line from Noida to Greater Noida via Noida extension. The CEO Rama Raman, GNIDA, confirmed the undoing of the road links and shelving of Metro project.
GNIDA has so far spent INR 1500 crore in Noida extension in terms of development to its infrastructure. The common catchphrase is, when roads have to be dug up and returned then why build one? The Deputy CEO Akhilesh Singh of GNIDA said, 70% work on Greater Noida – Noida road which is 130mtr wide and 28 Km long is over. The link was even operational in patches. But since it passes through Shahberi, Patwari and some other villages, so this road might have to be returned to the farmers in the form of agricultural field. Similarly, the Greater Noida – Ghaziabad road which stretches 60mtr wide, 22 Km long will have to be undone as its land also falls within the affected areas of Noida Extension.
The Supreme court had upheld the order of Allahabad High Court that had nullified the possession of Greater Noida Authority of land of Greater Noida in Shahberi Village. Also, Supreme Court had imposed a fine of INR 10 lakh on the Greater Noida Authority. The SC said the Greater Noida Authority bought lands from farmers for industrial projects but later they changed the land usage to residential projects which is a complete act of violation of the purpose of the land. The SC’s decision is likely to affect several builders – Amarpali, Ajnara, Mahagun, Supertech and Panchsheel.
On the contrary, Supertech Limited has not launched or sold any project on the land falling in this village. This village is closest to the project Eco Village2 but the current land of this project does not belong to this village. Construction is on for all the 3 projects – Ecovillage-1, Ecovillage-2, Ecovillage-3) in Noida Extn. Thus all the investments are fully safe and project would be completed on time. The Ecovillage housing are affordable with starting price as 9.85 lakhs.
So, Noida Extension’s loss will yield an unexpected gain for other locations such as Noida, Indirapuram, Vaishali, Vasundhara and Raj Nagar Extension?
NEW DELHI: Out of the 4,587 members of the IAS, about 660 has not filed their statements even on the last day for declaring immovable property.The statements posted on the department of personnel and training website shows how babus are clever investors since most of them own several properties, Greater Noida is the most preferred investment place, followed by other parts of the extensive and fast growing NCR.
Any senior bureaucrat on Central deputation owns a plot or flat or house in Greater Noida. It is also a favourite destination for babus of AGMUT cadre, who are usually posted in Delhi at some point of their careers.
Several officers, irrespective of their ranks, own several properties. However, there are certain exceptions among senior officials, whose returns show that neither they nor their spouses own any property. Many officers have not filled in the column on current market value on the plea that they have not determined it. There are some statements, which show suspect at first glance.
Former NDMC chairman Parimal Rai, who was one of the officers indicated in the Shunglu Commission report, has declared 08 properties, including 02 flats in posh area of Green Park. He has valued the flats at Rs 10 lakh each, which is out of sync with the prevailing property prices in the city. His other propertues include a four-bedroom deluxe flat in Lucknow, and a plot in Ghaziabad. A K Mehta, a J K cadre 1978 batch Joint Secretary in UUD ministry, owns 10 immovable properties, which are three plots – two of which are in Golf City (Noida sector 75) worth Rs 37 lakh each – and a property in a Dwarka mall worth Rs 16 lakh.