The department took further compensation from us for payments to farmers. Since 2009 I have spent approx. Rs 74 lakh as land premium and interest. However, the Yamuna authority’s petition against the Allahabad High Court decision is pending before the Supreme Court.
Greater Noida: After 12 years of gap, the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) has begun the registration process of creating a registry of residential plots for sectors 20 and 18.
Launched in 2009, pockets and blocks in two sectors have evolved over the last three years. About 11,000 of the 21,000 residential plots identified and the registration process for over 6,000 plots has already begun. The development is nearing completion in blocks J and I in sector 18 and blocks A, B, C, and D in sector 20. Work is continuing at full capacity in blocks R, S, T, and U in sector 20.
YEIDA is located approx. 15 km from Pari Chowk in front of Jaypee Sports City. It has completed approx. 5,500 registrations in two sectors. Authorities plan to implement another 2,500 registrations by March 31. Meanwhile, representatives of buyers associations in the Yamuna area have submitted a six-point demand to the authorities before making more registries of the plot.
Problems with Allottee-
But more people who received plots after registration are still facing difficulties because of a petition in the Supreme Court. A doctor from Faridabad said.- “The department took further compensation from us for payments to farmers. Since 2009 I have spent approx. Rs 74 lakh as land premium and interest. However, the Yamuna authority’s petition against the Allahabad High Court decision is pending before the Supreme Court. Until a decision is made, there is no way we will be able to start the construction process in our block.”
Safal Suri, a member of the association said.- “The problem is that after the registration is completed, the allottee gets three years of time period to complete the construction. Further fines are imposed for delay. Farmers’ problems in sector 20, pockets C, D, R, S, T, and U, have not been resolved yet. And construction work cannot be completed until the issues are cleared up.” “The result of the petition was expected. But soon we are holding camps to resolve problems in specific blocks and making physical possession easier to allottees. We want people to settle in the Yamuna area as soon as possible.”