Villagers demand realignment of Jewar airport boundaries | News from Noida



Greater Noida: Residents of Nagla Hukum Singh village next to the Yamuna Expressway have requested the realignment of the boundaries of the second phase of the Noida International Airport project.
Nearly 250 villagers gathered at Karauli Bangar intercollegiate during a public hearing on Tuesday morning to protest against the acquisition of their (residential) neighborhood of Abadi. However, they expressed their willingness to abandon the agricultural fields for the second phase of the airport project.
In their written statement to the district administration and to a team of six members from Gautam Buddha University tasked with carrying out the Social Impact Assessment, the residents also requested a status for their land of abadi similar to the property of lal dora (red line). in the nearby city of Delhi.
Nagla Hukum Singh has a population of approximately 3000 to 3500 individuals and is part of the Karauli Bangar gram sabha. It is located just 350 to 400 meters from the Yamuna highway and is part of the second phase of the airport project.
“We made it clear to the administration that we would not leave our area of ​​Abadi. So we are ready to abandon our agricultural fields. But we demanded compensation of Rs 4000 for a m². We opposed the idea of ​​resettlement and gave it in writing, ”said Devendra Singh Rana from the village.
Jewar tehsil’s subdivisional magistrate Rajni Kant said: “The villagers’ requests have been noted. A proposal to revise the layout of the surrounding wall of the second floor has been sent to the higher authorities. We will share the comments gathered during the public hearing with senior officials.



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