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Old April 14th, 2012, 03:09 PM   #21
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Old April 15th, 2012, 06:12 PM   #22
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Nice update Niks! Thanks for sharing.
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Old June 8th, 2012, 11:59 AM   #23
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Did any farmer of Bidkin got compensation for his land aquisation if so how much per acre? As everything seems to be very fine on paper but how far they sincerely implement the project. Any dead line for this project? How about applying new land acquisition bill submitted recently in Loksabha by Sri Jayaram Ramesh?

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Old June 20th, 2012, 06:37 PM   #26
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Did any farmer of Bidkin got compensation for his land aquisation if so how much per acre? As everything seems to be very fine on paper but how far they sincerely implement the project. Any dead line for this project? How about applying new land acquisition bill submitted recently in Loksabha by Sri Jayaram Ramesh?
At present Govt of Maha is acquiring land in and around the village of Karmad which is at the other end of the Shendra - Bidkin Ind park ( Shendra end). No land acq process has been initiated at Bidkin, only informal talks between the dist admin and farmers.
As you can see from the news reports GoM is offering 20 lacs per acre but the farmers are demanding Rs. 75 lac per acre + other benefits/demands.
Policy of giving 15 % developed land back to the farmers is also not clear - whether it will be offered free of cost or at market rates. Dist admin is speaking in two voices on this issue.
One must remember that market price in Karmad is more than 1 crore per acre and road touch land costs much more.

Regarding deadlines first phase is supposed to get over by 2017-19.

Application of New Land Acq act - G o Maha seems to be in a hurry in acquiring land under the old act. In fact GoM has opposed the draft of new Land acq bill and there seems to be no intention to give benefit of new law to farmers.

Farmers in Bidkin - Karmad region is not avers to giving land but they are demanding the right price/package for their land. Now even activists have jumped into it with Medha Patkar holding rallies against land acq. Govt may find itself cornered if they don't negotiate with farmers and try to acq land forcefully.
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Old June 22nd, 2012, 05:27 PM   #27
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Thanks a lot for your quick update. Please update latest news on Bidkin Midc.
Thanks once again. Keep up your latest updates.
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Old July 5th, 2012, 03:18 PM   #29
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DMIC updates 30 June :

Shendra Ecocity, Maharashtra (JGC Consortium):
The consortium had a detailed meeting with DMICDC officials during June 5-6, 2012 on various proposed pilot projects viz. Drinking Water Supply, Waste Water service, Water Recycle Service, Electric Vehicle and Photovoltaic Cells. The discussion included aspects like tariff for various services, priority of projects, fund mobilization, role of DMICDC etc.
Decentralised smart service Multi infrastructure station is being taken up as a pilot project. The feasibility report for these pilot projects is expected to be submitted soon.
AECOM has been appointed as a consultant to study & identify projects & companies which can make investment in Shendra-Bidkin DMIC Project.
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Any latest up date on DMIC Shendra-Bidkin Midc proposal?
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Old August 24th, 2012, 11:23 AM   #32
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Any latest up date on DMIC Shendra-Bidkin Midc proposal?
#DMIC Shendra Smart City work expected to start from March 2013.
The seven smart cities, to be developed as world-class manufacturing hubs, are to have individual master plans. Each of these would require different sizes of land, for which DMICDC, a special purpose vehicle comprising government and private entities, is in talks with the state governments to acquire land.The seven manufacturing hubs proposed to be developed in the first phase are Dadri-Noida-Ghaziabad in UP, Manesar-Bawal in Haryana, Khushkhera-Bhiwadi-Neemrana in Rajasthan, Ahmedabad-Dholera in Gujarat, Pithampur-Dhar-Mhow in MP, and Dighi Port and Shendra in Maharashtra.
“Each city has a different requirement. Our talks with the Maharashtra and Gujarat governments have reached an advanced stage and we are hopeful of starting work there by March next year," Amitabh Kant, managing director and chief executive officer of DMICDC. By the initial plan, each city is to have a resident population of not less than two million, with targeted employment of 0.8 mn.
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Old August 25th, 2012, 09:40 AM   #33
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Thanks for the update Niks....!!
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Old September 6th, 2012, 10:45 AM   #34
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DMIC update :

Karmad farmers accept offer of `23L/acre

Lokmat News Service. Aurangabad, Sept 5

What will Karmad farmers get :

• Rs 23 lakh per acre for land, which is happening for the first time.

• 15 percent of the land acquired after developing the land at today's rate which is also another first.

• Farmers will get remuneration for house, wells, trees, and orchards in the land to be acquired.

A major hurdle in the proposed Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) has been cleared with Karmad farmers accepting the offer of ` 23 lakh per acre for their land to be acquired.

The decision was taken during a meeting between the industry minister Narayan Rane and a delegation of farmers in Mumbai on Wednesday. The administration will soon initiate the land acquisition process for 550 hectares land.

DMIC is central government's ambitious project, which will spur industrial development and generate huge employment in the area. Aurangabad is among the selected cities from across the country, chosen by the Central Government as part of the ambitious project.

For the project, 10,500 hectares land will be acquired between Shendra and Bidkin belt so that international projects could be set up. In the first phase, the government needs 550 hectares land at Karmad for which the administration had declared Rs 20 lakh per acre price. However, many farmers were reluctant to part with their land at this rate. Farmers had even established an Action Committee to fight for a better bargain. Many meetings were held in Mumbai in the presence of Rane. Ultimately MLA Dr Kalyan Kale's intervention yielded results.

On Wednesday, a meet was held with Rane, MIDC CEO Bhushan Gagrani and MLA Kale. The farmers' delegation comprised Eknath Solunke and Datta Taro. During the meet, initially it was decided to grant Rs 22 lakh per acre, which farmers did not accept. Finally, an agreement was arrived at Rs 23 lakh per acre for the land at Karmad. Farmers expressed happiness over this development.

Sub divisional officer Sambhaji Adkune said that he had not received any official information on the issue. "I have only learnt that a meeting was held to discuss the matter. If the issue has been resolved, then we will start land acquisition immediately," Adkune said.

source : Lokmat Times.
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Old September 8th, 2012, 06:01 AM   #35
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DMIC update :

Land acquisition for DMIC project within 3 months

Lokmat News Service, Aurangabad, Sept 7

The district administration has expressed confidence that land will be acquired within 3 months period for the ambitious Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC). The administration has decided to issue 32/1 notices to farmers at Karmad which will alert them that the administration has to acquire their land. After sending the 32/1 notices, the administration will formulate the award for acquisition, then land acquisition will take place, said sub divisional officer Sambhaji Adkune.

An obstacle was cleared in the process of land acquisition for DMIC on Wednesday, when industry minister Narayan Rane held a meeting with a delegation of farmers. During the meeting, the government declared that farmers at Karmad be given Rs 23 lakh price per acre land which farmers also agreed to. Earlier, the administration has declared that it will offer Rs 20 lakh per acre for which farmers had opposed tooth and nail. The farmers had even formed an action committee to get appropriate price for their land. It also had many meetings with government to resolve the issue in Mumbai.

SDO Adkune said that measuring of land had already been completed and consent of farmers was being sought. " We have already sent 32/2 notices to the farmers concerned and the hearing over the objections of farmers will be held, the report of which will be sent to MIDC officials who will then send it to the industry minister for further action. Thereafter, we will issue 32/1 notice and 1 month period will be given to farmers. It will pave for actual land acquisition. If any of the farmers have any dispute, then the compensation amount will be deposited in the court," Adkune said.

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Hey if you take a closer look at ECC site one can see a cloverleaf interchange so are they planning some expressway or what
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Hey if you take a closer look at ECC site one can see a cloverleaf interchange so are they planning some expressway or what
Not an expressway but it will connect Jalna road and existing Shendra Midc (internal) roads to the new internal roads of upcomming Shendra - Bidkin Indl Park. Plan is to also upgrade Jalna road to 6/8 lane highway.
Btw its just a render and things can change with the progress of the project.
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DMIC: Land measurement begins

lokmat news service, Aurangabad, Sept 10

The work of the Aurangabad leg of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) has gained momentum. The administration has completed measurement of 250 hectares of the 500 hectares land required for the project. Sub-divisional officer Sambhaji Adkune said that earlier farmers were objecting to the land acquisition but now their opposition has waned and the process of acquisition has become smooth.

The much-awaited DMIC project will give impetus to the development of Aurangabad and Marathwada region. Under the project, an international-level industrial belt will be developed from Shendra to Bidkin on 10,500 hectares land. This will create thousands of job opportunities for the localites. The administration was in need of 500 hectares land from Karmad for the first phase. It had offered Rs 20 lakh per acre for the land. However, the farmers had strongly opposed the administration's move and refused to hand over their land. The issue was settled after a compromise formula was arrived at and the farmers were given Rs 23 lakh per acre.

After the farmers' green signal, the administration started acquiring the land and all legal procedures have been completed. The farmers will get money as per the area of land, construction if any on the land, number of trees, orchard, borewell and others to be noted by the officials, sub-divisional officer Adkune said. After land measurement, the report will be sent to the MIDC for valuation and farmers will be given land acquisition notice.

Second phase

In the second phase of the DMIC project, land at Bidkin, Bannitanda, Bangla Tanda, Nilajgaon and Nandalgaon will be acquired. The SDO said that a meeting with farmers of these five villages was held recently and we are trying to ask them to give up land like Karmad farmers. Some farmers are ready but some others are opposing the proposal. The administration will hold negotiations with the farmers.

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Not an expressway but it will connect Jalna road and existing Shendra Midc (internal) roads to the new internal roads of upcomming Shendra - Bidkin Indl Park. Plan is to also upgrade Jalna road to 6/8 lane highway.
Btw its just a render and things can change with the progress of the project.
Okay
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Old September 25th, 2012, 06:08 AM   #40
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DMIC update :

Meet to seal process of land acquisition

Lokmat News Service, Aurangabad, Sept 24

District collector Kunal Kumar has convened a meeting of farmers from Karmad to give the final push to land acquisition for the ambitious Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor project here on Tuesday.

The State Government has already declared Rs 23 lakh price for per acre land at Karmad and even farmers are also ready to part their lands. Now the meeting will only seal the process of acquisition formally.

On the other hand, the administration has completed land measurement earmarked for acquisition at Karmad, said sub-divisional officer Sambhaji Adkune.

In the first phase, the government wants to acquire 550 hectare land at Karmad for the project. Initially the farmers had opposed the land acquisition move tooth and nail. Many rounds of meeting were held to resolve the deadlock but to no avail.

Finally, industry minister Narayan Rane held meeting with the delegation of farmers which was also attended by many top officials including MIDC in Mumbai recently.

During the meet, it was decided to compensate the farmers with Rs 23 lakh per acre and these farmers will also be returned 15 percent of their land acquired after developing it. Farmers readily agreed to give their lands and changed their stand.

After Tuesday meeting, a camp will be held at Karmad wherein consent letters from those farmers who are parting their lands will be collected. The land measurement process of 550 hectare land is in final stage. DMIC project: Rs.23L sop for per acre land

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