Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor rehabilitation scheme gets approval
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Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor rehabilitation scheme gets approval

The Meerut divisional commissioner has approved the rehabilitation and resettlement scheme for the families which will be forced to give up their properties to make way for the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) in Dadri.

With this growth, the district administration is now a step closer to commencing the process of marking out the land needed in the four villages of Dadri for the ambitious project.

DMIC Development Corporation needs some 84 hectares of land in four villages- Kathehra, Palla, Chithehra and Bodaki in Dadri to lay down the tracks for the freight corridor between Delhi and Mumbai. Earlier, a social impact assessment study was commissioned to determine the status of the families coming under the project impact.

As per the study by Gautam Buddha University, some 1,764 families will be affected because of the project that is the solution to enhancing economic activity in the Ghaziabad-Dadri-Noida investment area. Of them, 531 people hold the land required for the project while the remaining make their living through the said lands. Among them, seven families from Kathehra, close to GT Road, will be firmly impacted.

The district administration has already held many public hearings to collect the objections and recommendations of the residents. Balram Singh, additional district magistrate (land purchase), told the media that the group of seven families have been granted apartments in Sector Omicron 1A of Greater Noida. Other formalities are also being done before they begin procuring the land.

After collecting the responses of the impacted people, the administration sent its report to the divisional commissioner of Meerut on September 9, officials told the media.

An officer from the Dadri sub-division told the media that they received permission from the commissioner to inform Section 17(2) under the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013. They would declare their rehabilitation and resettlement plans for the impacted families, following which they would begin demarcating the land needed for the project.

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Also read: Punargeham rehabilitation project: Kerala begins operations

The Meerut divisional commissioner has approved the rehabilitation and resettlement scheme for the families which will be forced to give up their properties to make way for the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) in Dadri. With this growth, the district administration is now a step closer to commencing the process of marking out the land needed in the four villages of Dadri for the ambitious project. DMIC Development Corporation needs some 84 hectares of land in four villages- Kathehra, Palla, Chithehra and Bodaki in Dadri to lay down the tracks for the freight corridor between Delhi and Mumbai. Earlier, a social impact assessment study was commissioned to determine the status of the families coming under the project impact. As per the study by Gautam Buddha University, some 1,764 families will be affected because of the project that is the solution to enhancing economic activity in the Ghaziabad-Dadri-Noida investment area. Of them, 531 people hold the land required for the project while the remaining make their living through the said lands. Among them, seven families from Kathehra, close to GT Road, will be firmly impacted. The district administration has already held many public hearings to collect the objections and recommendations of the residents. Balram Singh, additional district magistrate (land purchase), told the media that the group of seven families have been granted apartments in Sector Omicron 1A of Greater Noida. Other formalities are also being done before they begin procuring the land. After collecting the responses of the impacted people, the administration sent its report to the divisional commissioner of Meerut on September 9, officials told the media. An officer from the Dadri sub-division told the media that they received permission from the commissioner to inform Section 17(2) under the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013. They would declare their rehabilitation and resettlement plans for the impacted families, following which they would begin demarcating the land needed for the project. Image SourceAlso read: Punargeham rehabilitation project: Kerala begins operations

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