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Old November 30th, 2013, 11:10 AM   #101
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DMIC: Land measurement begins at Bidkin.
Farmers who had given consent letter for acquisition show reluctance for land measurement.
Only 12 ha. could be measured on the first day.
A total of 307 farmers holding 384 ha. has so far given consent for acq. (out of approx 3000)

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Any latest development on DMIC acquisition of Bidkin area.?
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Any latest development on DMIC acquisition of Bidkin area.?
Many farmers are of the opinion that they will give their consent under the new land acq law, likely to be implemented from Jan 2014. Under the new law they hope to get a better rehabilitation package, also the monetary compensation is likely to be 4 times the market rate (avg of last three years).
Therefore most farmers are likely to wait till Jan next year before making a move.
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Nandalgaon farmers refuse to give their land for Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor project

Ranjana Diggikar, TNN Nov 30, 2013

AURANGABAD: Around 200 farmers from Nandalgaoan village have decided not to give consent for land acquisition under the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project, even as state industries minister Narayan Rane offered them Rs 23 lakh per acre as compensation. The farmers own about 850 acres of land in the village.

In a meeting held under the chairmanship of village sarpanch Lahu Shinde, deputy sarpanch Baba Mahtre and gram sevak S B Rathod on Thursday, the farmers decided to submit a memorandum in this regard to the district collector and Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) on Monday.

Land acquisition in the second phase under the DMIC project is being done in five villages - Bidkin, Banni Tanda, Bangal Tanda, Nilajgaon and Nandalgaon - and over 2,300 hectares of land will be acquired for the purpose.

The farmers said of the total land owners, 70% are Jayakwadi-project affected people. "When we were relocated from Paithan to Nandalgaon around 25 years ago, we had to start from scratch to earn our livelihood. We will be facing the same situation if our fertile land is acquired under the DMIC project," the farmers said.

"Of 850 acres of land in the village which is slated to be acquired under the DMIC project, 150 acres belong to investors, taking their percentage to around 20%. Among them, around 10% have given consent letter for land acquisition. However, 80% of the land belongs to the farmers, who have refused to give consent saying that the land is their main source of livelihood," said Bhujang Gayake, president of Tanta Mukti, an organisation working for farmers' rights.

"Under the second phase, over 2,300 hectares of land will be acquired for which the farmers were first offered Rs 18 lakh per acre. Later, the offer went up to Rs 20 lakh and finally the industries minister offered Rs 23 lakh per acre," said Sambhaji Adkune, DMIC land acquisition officer.

"But due to different groups formed among the farmers, the process is taking its own time," he said.

"Acquisition of 555 hectares of land at Karmad was completed under the first phase of DMIC project in October 2012, for which the beneficiaries were offered Rs 23 lakh per acre," he added.

Earlier too, the process was stalled for some time even after several negotiations by the district administration with the farmers.

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Old December 2nd, 2013, 03:14 PM   #104
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Land acquisition begins in 5 villages.
The district administration has initiated land acquisition process and has issued notices to the farmers concerned seeking objections within a month.
Meanwhile, the farmers from Nijalgaon made the bonfire of their consent letters and opposed the land acquisition process. These farmers have demanded that the government should acquire their land according to new land acquisition law.



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Old December 6th, 2013, 07:31 AM   #106
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DMIC - Bidkin farmers to get 1300 crores.



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Old December 9th, 2013, 10:01 AM   #107
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DMIC effect : Bidkin village (even though near to Jayakwadi dam) suffers from perennial water shortage, will now get new water pipeline.

Rs. 18-cr water supply scheme sanctioned by State Govt

Lokmat News Network Aurangabad, Dec 7

The State Government has approved the draft and budget of water supply scheme estimated at Rs 18 crores under the National Drinking Water Scheme (NDWS) at Bidkin on December 5.

Paithan MLA Sanjay Waghchoure, sarpanch and his deputy of Bidkin grampanchayat (GP) had persistently pursued the issue with the government. Bidkin has assumed significance due to the proposed Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC). Taking into consideration the increasing population of Bidkin, the grampanchayat office bearers of Bidkin submitted the draft and budget to the government through letters on November 21 and 28.

The villagers and office bearers of GP have expressed happiness over the approval of the draft and budget, said village development officer Sarangdhar Londhe.

Acting sarpanch of Bidkin, Bharti Shinde said, "Bidkin was in dire need of such water supply scheme. All of us including the sarpanch, vice-sarpanch and members pursued the matter with the government every now and then. Besides, MLA Waghchoure also has taken keen interest to ensure that the scheme gets the government approval. Currently Bidkin residents receive water supply once in five days which we will reduce to once in three days soon."

MLA Sanjay Waghchoure has said, "I have kept the promise made to Bidkin residents. The scheme costing Rs 18 crores under NDWS has got approval which would help solve the water problem of Bidkin villagers within a year's time."

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Old December 13th, 2013, 05:50 AM   #108
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Revenue dept. begins taking possession of acquired land at Karmad for DMIC.
Land Will be handed over to MIDC.




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Old December 14th, 2013, 06:17 AM   #109
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60% farmers have given their consent for land acq, claims administration.
Activists to hold guidance secession for farmers on new land acq act.



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Old December 24th, 2013, 09:36 AM   #110
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Bidkin farmers soften stand

lokmat news network Aurangabad, Dec 22

The Bidkin farmers, whose land will be acquired for the proposed Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor project, have softened thier stand. As many as 80 percent of the farmers have given their consent for handing over their farmland for the project so far.

Paithan-Phulambri sub-divisional officer Sambhaji Adkune said that till Saturday, a total of 1,850 consent letters were received by his office. Land of 2,351 farmers will be acquired for the project. He said that farmers are willing to hand over their farmland but outsiders were seen provoking them. However, the district administration peacefully handled the situation avoiding any acrimony. This clearly means the project is going to be materialized soon.

As reported earlier, the government is planning to acquire more than 10,000 hectares of land in Shendra-Bidkin belt for an international-standard industrial estate. In the first phase of the land acquisition process, the district administration acquired 555 hectares land in the vicinity of Karmad. In the second phase, 2,351 hectares land near Bidkin, Nilajgaon, Banni Tanda, Bangala tanda and Nandalgaon villages will be acquired. The farmers are being paid Rs 23 lakh/per acre compensation.

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Old December 27th, 2013, 10:49 AM   #111
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DMIC comes to industries' rescue

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Old December 29th, 2013, 05:28 AM   #112
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Petrol dealers' body raises pitch for depot in city

TNN Dec 23, 2013, 05.15AM IST

AURANGABAD: Citing the increasing demand of fuel in the region with the upcoming Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) and the frequent dry-outs faced by the dealers, the Petroleum Dealers' Association has said its long pending demand of a depot is awaiting governments' nod.

Aqeel Abbas, secretary of the association, said the existing depot located at Panewadi is insufficient as it caters to other parts of the state and not the region. "If a new depot is established, it would help solve the crisis for commuters in the city and benefit the petroleum pump owners," he said.

The petrol pumps in the city have faced four dry-outs this year of which two were severe.

Abbas said there was small depot near the railway station area, which was shut down in 2000 over poor return of investments. "However, the requirements have increased dramatically in the past few years. The residents of the city as well as businesses are suffering," Abbas said.

"Earlier, the fuel stations used to face shortage around summer season, but at present, they are facing shortage every two months," he said.

The city and neighbouring areas depend on Panewadi depot, which has a single pipeline connected from Mumbai and also fulfills demands of Aurangabad, Jalna, Jalgaon, Dhule, Parbhani and Nanded.

"The problem aggravates when the refineries in Mumbai are shut down periodically for maintenance. There's just one pipeline that provides fuel. Before the shutdown, refineries are asked to meet the demand for sufficient fuel. However, many times the estimates do not meet the demand. This eventually leads to shortage," Abbas said.

Besides, if the fuel is to be procured from farther depots in case of shortage, it adds to administrative and transport delays, he said.

Abbas said the number of outlets has also increased. "At present, there are around 40,000 fuel stations across the country, 7,000 in the state and over 1,500 in the Marathwada region," he said.

Abbas said the fuel demand of major manufacturing companies is almost one tanker per day, which is almost equal to that of a petroleum station per day.

Having a depot in the city will help in generating employment, reduce costs of transport and save time, he added.

City MP Chandrakant Khaire said the petroleum minister has sent a letter in this regard assuring adequate steps. Besides, a meeting on the issue has been schedules with the chief minister.

The problem aggravates when the refineries in Mumbai are shut down periodically for maintenance. There's just one pipeline that provides fuel. Before the shutdown, refineries are asked to meet the demand for sufficient fuel. However, many times the estimates do not meet the demand. This eventually leads to shortage.
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Old January 4th, 2014, 10:49 AM   #113
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DMIC will change face of region.

The face of not only the city but the whole region would change due to the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project, said principal secretary of industry department Apoorva Chandra. He was speaking at a seminar on engineering excellence organised as part of Advantage Maharashtra Expo-2014.
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Old January 7th, 2014, 03:22 PM   #114
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Compensate us as per new Act: Bidkin farmers’ body

TNN | Jan 7, 2014

AURANGABAD: The Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) Virodhi Shetkari Hakka Committee has threatened to file public interest litigation (PIL), if the government fails to give compensation for their land to be acquired for the project as per the new land acquisition act.

The state government has announced compensation of Rs 23 lakh per acre for the second phase of DMIC. In October 2012, the state had acquired 555 hectare for the first phase of DMIC, in which the project affected people were offered the same rate.

Speaking to the media in Bidkin on Sunday, president of the committee Subhash Dube said, "As per the new land acquisition act, we can get almost four times the current value of the land in rural areas. We should get much more than the compensation announced by the state government. It is a loss for the farmers if the provisions of the new act are not implemented."

He added, "The recommendations made by the Architecture, Engineering, Consulting, Operations and Maintenance agency (AECOM) regarding socially sensitive rehabilitation and resettlement programs, environmental management programs are also not being followed."

He claimed that the provisions of the Maharashtra Project Affected Persons Rehabilitation Act, 1999 are applicable to the land acquisition proceedings initiated by the MIDC under Maharashtra industrial Development Act, 1961 but the provisions of the rehabilitation act have not been applied in their case.

Section 4 (b) of the Maharashtra project affected persons rehabilitation act states that the entire responsibility to rehabilitate the project affected persons shall rest with the concerned department of the government of Maharashtra by entering into an agreement with the concerned project authority or body.

"This has not been done in the present case. The farmers are not against the DMIC project but have objection towards the procedure. Hence, the grampanchayats of Nandalgaon and Nilajgaon have passed a resolution against the process of land acquisition," he added.

However, DMIC land acquisition officer Sambhaji Adkune said that only a "small section of farmers are raising objection, while 90% have given their consent."

"After completing the first phase the district administration has started the process for the second phase. About 2,300 hectares of land will be acquired for which the farmers will be offered Rs 23 lakh per acre," said Adkune.

Farmers have other complaints regarding the land acquisition process. Ranganath Hiwale, senior freedom fighter and a member of the committee claimed, "The sub-divisional officer, Land Acquisition, Paithan, Phulambri, has issued back dated notices and did not get the one month time to raise objections. The farmers feel cheated as the procedure under the Land Acquisition Act has not been followed. Moreover, it is the duty of the concerned land acquisition officer, to verify the revenue records and send individual notices to the person concerned, which has not been done."

Commenting on the notice served to farmers, Adkune said, "We have given enough time to the farmers to raise objections and moreover the administration has also served notices to 80% of individual farmers."

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/28498272.cms
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Old January 8th, 2014, 02:17 PM   #115
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Will not acquire land without consent of owner : collector
1810 out of 2911 farmers have given their consent for land acq.




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Old January 9th, 2014, 06:23 AM   #116
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DMIC will start development 2 Large Township by May. Start from Dholera & Maharashtra (Shendra- Bidkin).

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The DMICDC Trust has approved a substantial number of projects and would be working on projects in Dhulera in Gujarat for the first 24 sq kilometer, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh (UP) and Madhya Pradesh (MP).

Amitabh Kant, CEO & MD, Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (DMIC) is hopeful that this infrastructure programme will bring a paradigm shift in India’s infrastructure development and process of urbanisation.

However, he adds that there is need for large industrial projects to be well-structured and the government should obtain requisite approvals for big ticket projects before bidding them. Speaking to CNBC-TV18, Kant said, by May 2014, two large townships and two multi- modal axles are likely to begin by May.

The DMICDC Trust has approved a substantial number of projects and would b working on projects in Dhulera in Gujarat for the first 24 sq kilometer, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh (UP) and Madhya Pradesh (MP). Meanwhile, he added that getting clearances is the key hurdle faced by large infrastructure projects.

The DMIC is a mega infra project worth USD 90 billion. It will cover overall length of 1,483 kms between Delhi and Mumbai. Japan, which is giving financial and technical aid to this project, has committed USD 4.5 billion for it. The DIMC Trust has given clearances for total investments worth Rs 1.1 lakh crore.

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Japanese govt to invest in DMIC project, says Chavan

AURANGABAD: Chief minister Prithviraj Chavan on Monday confirmed major investment by the Japanese government in Mumbai Metro and the proposed Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) in Aurangabad. Chavan said the Japanese government is also keen to spend on development work to boost tourism at the world heritage sites of Ajanta and Ellora.

"The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) would grant a loan of Rs 13,000 crore to the Maharashtra government for the Mumbai Metro. The Japanese government is also keen to invest in upcoming DMIC in Aurangabad," Chavan said.

The state cabinet last year approved the construction of the 33.5 km-long first underground Metro line in Mumbai between Colaba and Santa Cruz Electronics Export Processing Zone (SEEPZ) via Bandra. The Line-III of Mumbai Metro will need an estimated investment of Rs 23,136 crore. The Centre would invest approximately Rs 5,000 crore as equity and subordinate debt and Maharashtra would put equal investment. The rest Rs 13,000 crore would come from JICA as soft loan, the cabinet had said.

Earlier, he introduced a cluster of Japanese industries in Supa taluka of Ahmednagar district. He was speaking to media persons during his visit to the city for a workshop about Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) on Monday.

"Efforts are being taken to complete maximum number of development work before the elections. Basic amenities like water, electricity and road works which are necessary for the overall development of Aurangabad and the region are also being considered," Chavan said, adding that efforts would also be made to retain sufficient amount of water in Jayakwadi for development purposes.

He said the foundation stone-laying ceremony of the proposed law university would be held soon.

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Japan eager to invest in Aurangabad DMIC project.

औरंगाबाद डीएमआयसीत गुंतवणुकीसाठी जपान उत्सुक, मुख्*यमंत्र्यांची माहिती

औरंगाबाद - जपान सरकार राज्यात गुंतवणूक करण्यासाठी उत्सुक आहे. मुंबई मेट्रोसाठी जायका संस्थेच्या माध्यमातून गुंतवणूक केली जाणार आहे. तसेच डीएमआयसी आणि नगरमधील जपानी कंपन्यांसाठी औद्योगिक नगरी उभारण्याच्या दृष्टीने तेथील सरकार गुंतवणूक करणार असल्याची माहिती मुख्यमंत्री पृथ्वीराज चव्हाण यांनी दिली. सोमवारी औरंगाबादमध्ये ते पत्रकारांशी बोलत होते. शहरातील खराब रस्त्यांसाठी आणखी निधी दिला जाईल, असेही ते म्हणाले.

जपान सरकारच्या शिष्टमंडळाशी मुख्यमंत्र्यांची दोन दिवसांपूर्वी भेट झाली. या वेळी मोठी गुंतवणूक करण्यास उत्सुक असल्याचे त्यांनी मुख्यमंत्र्यांना सांगितले. यामध्ये मुंबईतील मेट्रोसाठी 13 हजार कोटींची गुंतवणूक होणार आहे.

डीएमआयसीत अत्याधुनिक पायाभूत सुविधा : जपान सरकार डीएमआयसीत गुंतवणूक करणार आहे. डीएमआयसी हा राष्ट्रीय प्रकल्प आहे. त्यासाठीच्या पायाभूत सुविधादेखील उत्तम दर्जाच्या देण्यात येतील. उद्योगासाठी जमीन, वीज, पाणी या सुविधा उपलब्ध करून देण्यात येणार आहेत. जायकवाडीतून पाणी पुरवण्याबाबत नियोजन केले जाणार आहे. तसेच वेरूळ, अजिंठय़ासाठी यापूर्वीही जपानने मदत केली आहे. पर्यटनामध्ये वाढ होण्यासाठी विशेष कार्ययोजनादेखील राबवण्यात येईल. नगरमधील सुपामध्ये जपानी कंपन्यांसाठी औद्योगिक नगरी उभारण्यात येणार आहे. त्यामुळे औद्योगिक विकासाला चालना मिळणार असल्याचे चव्हाण म्हणाले.

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