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Old June 21st, 2012, 01:39 PM   #61
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No farmer should sow seed in ring road project land: Jaipur Development Authority

JAIPUR: With the monsoon approaching and farmers gearing up to sow their next crop, the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) on Tuesday directed all officials concerned to keep a strict vigil during a review meeting of the ring road project.

A senior official present in the meeting said as the clouds of uncertainty continue to hover over the project, the JDA fears that even those farmers who had surrendered their lands have started tilling them and are preparing to sow seeds this monsoon.

"In these circumstances, directions to the enforcement team, engineers, tehsildar, etc have been given to tell the farmers not to sow crop as they might face government action," the official said.

A JDA official also claimed that so far they have taken possession of 60 % land that is required for the project. The remaining farmers have surrendered their land but continue to hold possession and sow crops as the deadlock between them and the government in connection with returning of access land continues.
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Ring road project: MP Mahesh Joshi to negotiate with agitating farmers

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Work for the ring road project, stalled due to farmers' protest since long, is expected to continue soon. The chief minister on Sunday has appointed MP Mahesh Joshi to resolve the matter amiably. The farmers have been demanding Joshi as their representative. The tussle between farmers protesting against excessive land acquisition for the ring road project and the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) continues till date. The farmers remain adamant that the ring road project must be constructed on 90 metres and refused to give additional 360 metres for it. The JDA planned to construct road on 90 metres transport corridor and acquired 135 metres on either sides to develop it commercially. The idea has, however, not gone down well with the farmers and are demanding compensation at market price for 90 metres and return of excess land.

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Centre suggests Rajasthan to construct ring road on self-financing basis

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JAIPUR: The Union ministry of urban development's suggestion to construct the ring road project on self-financing basis can solve the long-pending problems of the state government.

As the deadlock over the construction of ring road on 360 meters continues between the state government and farmers, the suggestion of adopting self-finance model can act as tool to resolve the issue. In the ministry's advisory for the state, it said Surat in neighbouring state of Gujarat, has planned a self-financing model for development of its ring road and has received positive results.

The advisory suggests that infrastructure funds can be generated even after returning 60% land back to the owners as final plots.

Explaining the model, the letter says the land with 500 meters of the proposed ring road (90meters) can be reconstituted to get plots which are buildable and regular in shape with approach from a defined road. The infrastructure funds can be generated by sale of commercial plots, levy of one time incremental contribution and toll, and permitting chargeable of floor space index (FSI) up to four within the ring road.

On the other hand, 40% land is taken for developing social and physical infrastructure. Out of 40%, 15-20 % of the acquired land will be used for roads, while, 5% for the parks, playgrounds and 5% for social infrastructure such as a dispensary. Another 10-15% land will be sold by the authority for residential, commercial and industrial usage.

Appreciating the model, the farmers protesting the project claimed that the model has been proposed to the state government earlier as it will benefit them. "Farmers continue to support construction of ring road on 90 meters, but that the state government is adamant to construct on 360 meters for their own benefit," the Ring Road Sangrash Samiti's secretary Virendra Katewa said.

"Under the current project, farmers will get only 25% of the developed land after giving up their entire land, where in other states after implementation of the suggestion, the famers getting 60% of their land back. " he said.

According to the samiti, the project was proposed by the state government without availability of funds and the JDA wants to grab their land to fill its own coffers. "Other state are managing to construct ring road in no profit no loss basis, the state government despite acquiring access land claims that they will face huge loss. The JDA has claimed that it will spend around Rs 2,275 crore to construct the development corridor and the amount of profit earned from sale of the acquired land will be around Rs 1,500 crore and the authority has to bear nearly Rs 700 crore. However, JDA is now claiming that it will bear a loss of Rs 1,500 crore," Katewa added.

Documents provided by the samiti said JDA outlined that options for feasibility of the project is only possible after acquiring the access land. "In the construction of the ring road, the availability of funds is a major issue with the JDA. The recovery of the expenditure to be incurred on the project will be compensated only by way of selling of the commercial land planned within the strip of 90-metre-wide corridor on the either side of the road," read the documents.

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Govt approves financial closure for Ring Road project

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JAIPUR: The countdown to the long pending Ring Road project is expected to begin soon as the state government has given approval to financial closure. Once the letter is issued by the JDA, Sanjos Supreme, the contract company will have to complete work in 21 months.

The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) after examining the financial closure critically provided by the company submitted it to the state government for approval. An official source said, "The urban development and housing (UDH) minister, Shanti Dhariwal has sent back the financial closure file after approving it. A letter will be issued to the company soon, after that documentation process will be completed." He added, "The company will start the actual construction of road once the documentation process is complete. So far, the company has done levelling of the land." The six-lane road project would involve an investment of Rs 890 crore and the JDA awarded the work to the company on July 28, 2011.

Though documentation work is about to finish, it remains a challenge for JDA and the company to start the work at the site without resolving the matters with the farmers. Sources claim, the JDA might have to face penalty this time if possession of land is not provided to the company. "As per the first contract done by the JDA on June 24, 2011, JDA had to provide 60 per cent possession of land within 45 days. But it was only on June 15, 2012 that the JDA emailed the company giving 28.30 km (60%) possession of land." Source added, "If the possession is not given to the company within 60 days after issuing the letter, the JDA, as per the contract, will be liable to pay Rs 50 per square yard to the company. It may cost a penalty of Rs 7,000 per day, if the issue is not resolved soon."

The JDA has acquired nearly 1,620 hectares for the project. To construct the 90 metre transport corridor, the JDA requires nearly 423 hectares of land. Officials claim JDA has completed the land acquisition for the 47-km phase I of the proposed Jaipur Ring Road from Ajmer Road to Agra Road.

The JDA planned to construct the road on 90 metres transport corridor and acquired 135 metres on either side for commercial development. The idea has, however, not gone down well with the farmers. Under the banner of the Sangharsh Samiti, they are demanding compensation at market price for 90 metres and the return of excess land.

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Compensation hike likely to break ring road project impasse

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JAIPUR: To resolve the long-pending issue of the Ring Road project, the state government is likely to increase the compensation to farmers for their land acquired. The JDA earlier decided to provide farmers an option to choose from returning 25% of the developed land or monetary compensation. However, farmers have resisted the move as they want a definite compensation for their acquired land.

"The state government is planning to increase the compensation by 5% and taking it to 30%. The JDA will prepare a proposal in this regard and send it to the state government for approval. The JDA will also look into the possibility of returning the access land," a senior official in the department claimed.

Ring Road Sangrash Samit president Badri Prasad Sharma said, "In a meeting with MP Mahesh Joshi who is appointed by the chief minister to resolve the issue, the farmers have said compensation provided by the government will be major loss for us. A middle path should be adopted to benefit both the state government and the farmers." The samiti said the project was proposed by the state government without availability of funds and the JDA wants to grab their land to fill its own coffers.

Documents provided by the samiti said options for feasibility of the project is only possible after acquiring the access land. "In construction of the ring road, the availability of funds is a major issue with the JDA. The recovery of expenditure to be incurred will be compensated only by way of selling the commercial land planned within the strip of 90-metre-wide corridor on the either side of the road," read the documents.

The farmers also alleged that the calculation presented by the officials recently differs from the previous ones. "Earlier, JDA claimed it will spend around Rs 2,275 crore to construct the development corridor and the profit earned from sale of the acquired land will be around Rs 1,500 crore and the authority has to bear nearly Rs 700 crore. However, this time, JDA is claiming that it will bear a loss of Rs 1,500 crore," a samiti member said. Under the project, JDA has proposed a 90-metre-wide transport corridor and 135m-wide development corridors on both sides. The idea has, however, not gone down well with farmers who are demanding market price compensation for the 90-metre stretch and return of excess land.

JDA has already started acquiring land for construction of the 47-km-long ring road (phase I and II) to connect Ajmer, Tonk and Agra.

However, as farmers are protesting taking possession of the acquired land, it remains a challenge for the authority to start work.

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Ring road: JDA for speedy plot allotment for displaced

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The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) is expected to organize camps to allot plots to the affected house owners of Bagarana village, whose lands have been acquired for the ring road project on Tuesday. According to officials that this will be the first time in the history that plots are been allotted instantly to the affected house owners. An official informed, "The dislocated house owners will be given houses in one kilometer periphery in the development corridor after the demarcation. The cheques for the structures will be distributed on Wednesday."

As the civic body decided not to change the alignment, it has to raze nearly 250 houses from the area. A senior JDA official said, "We have already started demarcation in Bagarana village. Warning to the residents has already been issued and JDA will disconnect the electricity and water connections."

On Wednesday, JDA will start the demolition work in the area. Till date, taking the possession of acquired land for project from Bagarana, which is densely populated, remained a challenge for JDA. According to the officials, it was necessary to relocate the house owners before demolition as the JDA could have faced massive protests. Before demolition, nearly 100 residents from Bagarana village protested in front of BJP state president Ashok Parnami's house demanding a change in the route alignment. Residents alleged that JDA is dislocating the poor and has changed the alignment to save an influential real estate developer, who has developed a housing scheme.

Other than this, the civic body is expected to complete the process of taking possession work till October 10. JDA will take possession of 360 metres, demarcate it and fortify it with trenches. JDA has prepared a 40-day action plan to take possession of the 47 km area for the project. The ring road will be completed in two phases, where Agra Road will be connected with Tonk Road and Ajmer Road in Phase I. The project consists of a six-lane access control expressway, a three-lane service road and an investors' development corridor. "Leveling and demarcation work has been done simultaneously to ensure no further encroachment directions are given for patrolling," said an official.

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RING ROAD PROJECT - JDA prepares to take over land at Bagrana

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The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) on Saturday will start a massive drive and bulldoze 250 houses to take possession of the acquired land in Bagrana area for the ring road project.

A senior official informed, demolition drive will start at 9 am and residents were helped on Friday with machinery deployed by the JDA to remove their belongings. “We are ready with the force and electricity in the area has been disconnected.“ The allotment letters and the compensation cheques will be provided to the remaining affected plot owners on the spot.

During the two-day camp organized at JDA headquarters , JDA issued 147 allotment letters , 82 cheques worth compensation of rupees 2.5 crore and 18 reservation letters.

As per the policy , compensation will be given to only those who had constructed houses in unapproved colony . Those who constructed houses in unapproved colonies will be allotted a plot of 90 square meters at the rate of Rs 2,400 per sq km. Even if the plot size is bigger, only 90 square meters will be allotted.

Till date, JDA has taken possession of 45-km land while takeover in Bagrana area on Agra Road is yet to be done.

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Ring road drive: Vacant plot owners at Bagrana won’t get any compensation

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It was a rude shock for owners having a vacant plot in Bagrana area, after the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) refused to provide any compensation to them.

The JDA had acquired land from many housing schemes developed by private housing societies for the ring road project. On Thursday, during a camp organized at JDA headquarters to provide compensation to the affected house owners, it was learnt the JDA will not provide compensation to the vacant plots in unapproved colonies.

A senior official said, "Compensation will be provided as per the decided policy. Owners having a vacant plot in unapproved scheme will not be provided compensation."

Ravi Raj Sharma, whose plot has been acquired, said, " Officials are saying we are investors and purchased plot . It was a hardearned money for my daughter's future. It's an autocratic rule adopted by the government."

As per the policy, compensation will be given to only those who had constructed houses in unapproved colony. Those who constructed houses in unapproved colonies will be allotted a plot of 90 square meter at the rate of Rs 2,400. Even if the plot size is bigger, only 90 square meter will be allotted.

The civic body will raze nearly 250 houses in the housing scheme situated near the Agra Road. Till date, JDA has taken possession of 45-km land while takeover in Bagrana area on Agra Road is yet to be done. The civic body is expected to start taking possession from the area on Friday.

As per the detailed project report, after giving the entire land acquisition work to the contracted company, it will take nearly 21 months to complete the project. The ring road will be taken up in two phases, where Agra Road will be connected with Tonk Road and Ajmer Road in phase I. The project consists of a six-lane control expressway, a three-lane service road and an investors' development corridor. Once constructed, all heavy vehicles will be diverted to the ring road, giving a major relief to the city roads.

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CM asks pvt company to prepare DPR on Jaipur Ring road

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The Rajasthan government today asked a private company to prepare detailed project report on ring road and Prathiviraj Nagar housing scheme in next four months.

"A DPR on Jaipur Ring Road, and Prathiviraj Nagar scheme should be prepared in next four months," Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje directed the officials of private company Tata Sons during a review meeting.

Raje held a high level meeting to review ongoing projects of Jaipur Development Authority (JDA).

The Chief Minister also directed that the tender should be issued on a Swiss Challenge System after getting DPR, and both projects should be completed by March 2018.

In a presentation based on TATA Sons report the JDA official apprised the Chief Minister that 24 hours power and drinking water would be provided to the people in both the schemes.

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Yesturday got a chance to visit Mahapura,Ajmer Road to mahindra SEZ,to Muhana mandi.
I was amazed when I noticed the Ring Road twice on my way.
As mentioned somewhere, its the World Largest Ring Road and trust me..it even looks likes so....
Ring Road Phase 1 is now not only on planning and papers, its Real.
Hope jaipur government completes (atleast) this project on time....UNLIKE...JAipur Metro and BRTS.

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“We will dedicate the project to the masses by August 15. The work of the Ring Road project is going on at fast pace and it too will be completed by August 15,” said Raje. She also expressed gratitude towards Union Minister Nitin Gadkari for the Project
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