AURIC l Shendra - Bidkin Industrial Park, Aurangabad (DMIC) - Page 3 - SkyscraperCity
 

forums map | news magazine | posting guidelines

Go Back   SkyscraperCity > Asian Forums > India > West > West/Central India Projects > Maharashtra


Global Announcement

As a general reminder, please respect others and respect copyrights. Go here to familiarize yourself with our posting policy.


Reply

 
Thread Tools
Old September 27th, 2012, 06:31 AM   #41
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

DMIC: 65 farmers give consent to hand over land

Proposal to release compensation to be tabled soon

Lokmat News Service Aurangabad, Sept 26

As many as 65 farmers have signed the consent letters to part with their land for the ambitious Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) during a camp organised at Karmad, near here, on Wednesday.

It may be recalled that a committee representing farmers from Karmad had earlier agreed to offer land at Rs 23 lakh per acre for the ambitious project during a meeting held in Mumbai. In the first phase, the government aims to acquire 550 hectares of land at Karmad. Acting on the directives issued by the district collector, regional DMIC officer Annasaheb Shinde, circle officer B D Mhaske, talathi N D Bahure today held a camp to obtain the consent letters of farmers. During which, 65 farmers signed the consent letters and handed them over to the officials.

Earlier, 235 farmers out of 553 had agreed to part with their land for the project. However, at that time they were offered Rs 20 lakh per acre. With the price having been increased to Rs 23 lakh, once again all farmers will be signing fresh consent letters. A proposal to release compensation would be moved in a meeting scheduled for October 5, said member of the committee Bhaurao Muley.

MIDC's Annasaheb Shinde and sub-divisional officer Sambhaji Adkune have appealed to the remaining farmers to submit their consent letters in a day or two to complete the process as early as possible.

source : Lokmat Times
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Sponsored Links
Advertisement
 
Old October 7th, 2012, 06:48 PM   #42
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

Ball set rolling for 2nd phase land acquisition

Lokmat News Service, Aurangabad, Oct 5

Administration needs 186 hectares of land in Bannitanda, 296 hectares at Banglatanda
After resolving the deadlock in the first phase land acquisition in Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), the administration has geared up for the second phase land acquisition. Now the administration will hold discussion with farmers from Bannitanda and Banglatand in Bidkin area.

The central government has chosen Aurangabad along with many cities for setting up of DMIC project. The government needs stretch of 10,500 hectares land to establish the corridor where world renowned companies will set their plant between Shendra and Bidkin area.

For the purpose, the administration has already acquired 550 hectares of land after the government and farmers reached a compromise formula. The farmers were offered Rs 23lakh per acre land along with a return of 15 percent of the total land the farmers parted with after the government develops the land.

Almost all the farmers from Karmad have submitted their consent letters and the land measurement process is in the final process. In the second phase, the administration needs 186 hectares of land in Bannitanda and 296 hectares land at Banglatanda. The district collector Kunal Kumar will hold discussion with farmers from both villages on October 6, said sub divisional officer Sambhaji Adkune.

source: Lokmat Times
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old October 12th, 2012, 04:14 PM   #43
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

Mega project gets Chavan’s FSI push

Sandeep Ashar, TNN | Oct 12, 2012.

MUMBAI: In what is perhaps the highest FSI granted so far beyond city limits, chief minister Prithviraj Chavan has agreed to provide 1.5 FSI on a 50-acre plot to be developed for an exhibition-cum-convention (ECC) centre at Shendra in Aurangabad.

The ECC has been proposed as part of the ambitious Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project, which is being pushed by the Centre as its own mega investment project.

According to the decision taken by the CM on Wednesday, the 1.5 FSI would be global in nature, meaning it would apply to the entire plot. This means that construction up to 1.5 times the total plot area will be possible.

The Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC), which owns the land, is the nodal agency for DMIC's implementation in the state. It had sought an FSI of 2 for the plot's developable portion for ECC, which will be taken up on built-operate-and-transfer basis, sources said.

Chavan held a meeting with DMIC CEO Amitabh Kant on Wednesday. Senior officials were present at the meeting. Following Chavan's agreement, the MIDC, in consultation with DMIC, will issue tenders for the ECC, sources said. A proposal for amendment in town planning norms will be moved too.

At the meeting, Chavan asked officials to ensure that the state support agreement (SSA) is signed with DMIC for the project work within the next week. MIDC and the government asserted that the state's equity in the project must be 51%. The DMIC is pushing for a shareholder agreement with a 50-50 equity ratio. A special purpose vehicle for the project will soon be formed.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/16774732.cms
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Sponsored Links
Advertisement
 
Old November 2nd, 2012, 04:44 PM   #44
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365



pic Lokmat Times
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old November 13th, 2012, 12:24 PM   #45
ashish dutta
Registered User
 
Join Date: Nov 2012
Posts: 1
Likes (Received): 0

Pls specify area of kumbhephal village. Is it area also taken by authority.
ashish dutta no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old November 20th, 2012, 03:09 PM   #46
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

Rs.291.71 cr compensation for Karmad ryots

1st phase land acquisition likely to be completed by Dec-end

2,351 hectares of land needed for second phase

For the second phase of the DMIC, 2,351 hectares of land is needed across Bidkin, Nandalgaon, Nilajgaon, Banni Tanda and Bangla Tanda. Negotiations with farmers from these villages are going on and the rate of compensation for their land would be decided soon, added the district collector.• 1st phase land acquisition likely to be completed by Dec-end Lokmat News Service
Aurangabad, Nov 16

A high-powered committee of the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (DMIC) has sanctioned Rs 291.71 crore to compensate farmers of Karmad who have given their land for the ambitious project of Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC). Farmers would receive their compensation by this year-end, district collector Kunal Kumar told LT.

As reported earlier, an industrial estate will be developed on around 10,500 hectares of land between Shendra and Bidkin under the DMIC. For its first phase, around 550 hectares of land is needed. However, farmers of Karmad had refused to give their land for this project and launched a massive agitation. After negotiations, they were agreed to give their land at the rate of Rs 23 lakh per acre.

Following this, the district administration has started the procedure of land acquisition for the first phase. Farmers have already given their consent in writing and now what remains is taking their land in possession by paying them their compensation.

"Around Rs 291.71 crore are needed for compensating farmers, which have been sanctioned by the high-powered committee of the DMIC at a meeting held in Mumbai. Now, the entire procedure of compensating farmers will be completed by December-end," said the district collector.

Lokmat Times
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old November 24th, 2012, 03:32 PM   #47
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

Update : CISCO has submitted ICT Master plan for Shendra Smart City to DMIC.

* Shendra Smart City ( 400 Ha.) work expected to start from March 2013.

* Railway siding at Karmad by 2014

* 8-lane highway to Pune, Jalna, and 6-lane highway to Nashik, Dhule by 2022.

* An industrial estate will be developed on around 10,500 hectares of land between Shendra and Bidkin under the DMIC.

* The Shendra Bidkin MIP will be a major urban centre, and total population in the Aurangabad District will reach 11.5 Million by 2042. Projected industrial activities at the MIP are expected to generate 300,000 direct industrial jobs and about half million jobs in total. These numbers have already excluded heavily polluting industries.

* There will be four major industrial clusters- the Engineering Cluster, Food Park, Textile/Printing and Construction cluster- for a total industrial land demand of 5310 ha. 916 ha. Land has been estimated for non-industrial use specifically residential, commercial, civic, and mixed use.
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old November 25th, 2012, 07:16 AM   #48
niks8887
Registered User
 
Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Aurangabad
Posts: 233
Likes (Received): 18

Executive summery report of Shendra-Bidkin Mega Industrial Park.

















niks8887 no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old November 25th, 2012, 03:59 PM   #49
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

Separate railway tracks for DMIC

Lokmat News Service Aurangabad, Nov 23

51 MCM water needed for 1st phase

Two per cent water (51 MCM) of the total capacity of the Jayakwadi dam would be used for the ambitious DMIC project. For this, the Irrigation Department had given permission, MIDC chief engineer V J Rangari told media persons, claiming that this won't have any adverse effect on the irrigation sector.

The Indian Railways has given a green signal for laying special railway tracks near Karmad to facilitate transportation of goods from the proposed Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), said Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) deputy chief executive officer Madhukar Ardad.
Addressing a press conference here today, he said the first phase of the DMIC would be completed by 2022, while the entire project by 2042.

Around 10,500 hectares of land between Shendra and Bidkin would be developed into an industrial hub of international standards. The first phase of this project would come up on 785.29 hectares of land between Ladgaon and Karmad. Separate railway tracks would be laid to facilitate transportation of the raw and finished goods, for which the railway authorities have given their nod, Ardad told newsmen.

"Aurangabad is known as an automobile hub. Considering this, automobile industries have been given special preference in the DMIC project. Most of the land here has been given to engineering auto cluster. The other clusters in the project will be textiles and printing, food park etc. The project will create around 3 lakh direct and indirect jobs," he said, promising to look into the complaints of Bidkin farmers that their land had not been included in the DMIC map.

Notably, apart from an industrial hub, a residential area will be developed on 10,500 hectares of land between Shendra and Bidkin under the DMIC project. Regional officer Annasaheb Shinde and other officials were present at the press conference.

Lokmat Times
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old December 8th, 2012, 03:23 PM   #50
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

Farmers reject rate of Rs.18 lakh

DMIC 2nd phase of land acquisition

Lokmat News Service Aurangabad, Dec 6

With farmers rejecting the offer of Rs 18 lakh per acre for the land to be acquired for the proposed Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) under second phase, the district administration has called a meeting on December 10 to resolve the price issue.

After having acquired 500 hectares of land at the rate of Rs 23 lakh per acre under the first phase at Karmad, the administration has now started the process of acquiring 2,300 hectares of land at five villages — Bidkin, Nandalgao, Nijalgaon, Bannitanda and Bangla Tanda.

Today, district collector Kunal Kumar held a meeting with farmers and offered them Rs 18 lakh per acre, but they rejected it outright, claiming that their land is more fertile than Karmad's and hence they be given more than Rs 23 lakh per acre.

Since today's meeting ended without any agreement on the land compensation rate, one more meeting has been called on December 10 and the administration is hopeful of settling the issue.

Lokmat Times
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old December 12th, 2012, 05:18 PM   #51
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

MNCs waiting for land acquisition: CMIA

By Ranjana Diggikar, TNN | Dec 10, 2012, 02.07 AM IST

AURANGABAD: The land acquisition process is set to gain momentum now with many multi-national companies lining up to set up base in Aurangabad along the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC).

Regional officer of Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation, Aurangabad, Annasaheb Shinde said that many industries were waiting for land acquisition process to be completed. "The DMIC project will give a major industrial boost along with other benefits," he said.

"Aurangabad contributes about 80 per cent of the revenue in the region. Unfortunately, the amount spent on the infrastructure of the city is meagre. When people are looking at alternate destinations other than Pune, Mumbai and Thane, Aurangabad is the most favoured destination. Aurangabad is a tourist capital with international heritage sites, but it is sad that the administration is not serious about providing adequate facilities. Three years ago many MNCs had visited the city, but they did not come back," said industrialist Ulhas Gawli.

Secretary of Chamber of Marathwada Industries Association Munish Sharma said, "Many industries are sitting on the fence. Land availability is a major hurdle. A couple of years back a top company had planned to set up its white goods manufacturing unit in Aurangabad. But the agreement could not reach a final stage as the company failed to get land as per their choice."

The company then shifted its entire airconditioned unit out of Aurangabad two years back. It would have generated employment for about 5000 people, he added.

According to vice president CMIA Milind Kank, "The company is interested to set their base in the city if they are allotted land as per their choice. The district administration should give it a thought. About four months ago a company from China had approached us for their small cars manufacturing unit but the development is still under wraps," he added.

The DMIC is to be conceived as a Model Industrial Corridor of international standards with emphasis on expanding the manufacturing and services base and develop DMIC as the global manufacturing and trading hub.

DMIC in Maharashtra covers Mumbai, Thane, Raigad, Nashik, Aurangabad, Ahmednagar, Pune, Dhule & Nandurbar districts. Aurangabad is part of the DMIC early bird project which includes Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Park and international convention centre and has been proposed over an area of 8,340 hectares. The project to be completed in three phases will see the opening of many industries with players from national and international market joining the league.

"When land acquisition process is a big challenge in any development process here MIDC has been successful in acquiring about 240 hectares of land, under Maharashtra Industrial Development Act from farmers in Shendra in one go. About 450 farmers gave their nod in a single day," said Shinde.

Land acquisition of 555 hectares of land at Karmad has reached its final stage with the rate of Rs 23 lakh per acre. After completing the first phase the district administration has started the process of second phase. About 2,300 hectares of land will be acquired and for which the farmers were offered Rs 18 lakh per acre, said Shinde.

"The first meeting did not yield results. The second meet will be held on Monday," he said.

According to sources, land acquisition in the second phase under the DMIC project is scheduled to be in five villages - Bidkin, Banni Tanda, Bangal Tanda, Nilajgaon and Nandalgaon. The district administration and the MIDC had held meetings with the farmers earlier. The farmers claimed that they should get more value for their land since their land is more fertile than the land in Karmad.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/17556655.cms
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old December 13th, 2012, 04:55 PM   #52
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old December 21st, 2012, 02:59 PM   #53
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

Land acquisition faces another problem

Lokmat News Service Aurangabad, Dec 19

After hitting a stumbling block following a dispute over the rate of compensation, the second phase of the land acquisition for the ambitious Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) faces yet another problem — district collector Kunal Kumar has gone on leave.

Sources said with Kumar proceeding on a two-week leave for an educational tour abroad and the new district collector taking charge only next month, the second phase of the land acquisition drive is bound to get delayed.
Naturally, even after taking the charge, the new incumbent would take some days to get himself apprised of the DMIC project and its land acquisition drive. This would cause a delay in the land acquisition process, which has already hit a major problem after farmers demanding more compensation than the administration has offered, the sources said.

Notably, Aurangabad has been selected for the DMIC project aimed at developing an industrial estate of international standards on a ten and a half hectares of land between Shendra and Bidkin.
District collector Kunal Kumar has already acquired around 550 hectares of land under the first phase, following the successful negotiations with farmers of Karmad.

Kumar has also started the procedure for acquiring 2,300 hectares of land at five villages, including Bidkin, Nandalgaon, Nilajgaon, Banni Tanda and Bangla Tanda, under the second phase. While discussions with farmers were still on over the issue of the rate of compensation, Kumar was selected for a one-year educational tour abroad. Though he would be going on the tour from January 2, he has gone on leave from December 14, hampering the pace of the land acquisition process.

The new district collector would be appointed next month and the second phase of the land acquisition would depend upon how much time he would take to understand the DMIC scheme and settle the issue of rate of compensation.
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old January 12th, 2013, 10:30 AM   #54
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor project: Questions raised over delay in phase II of land acquisition process

Ranjana Diggikar, TNN Jan 11, 2013

AURANGABAD: The district administration on Thursday denied reports that the second phase of the land acquisition process for the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project has got delayed because the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) failed to carry out its job to fix the land rate. The regional officer of Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC), Aurangabad, Annasaheb Shinde denied that the process had hit any roadblocks.

He said, "The land rates are fixed by the district collector and MIDC's job is to make available the sanctioned funds. The district collector holds meetings with the farmers to negotiate the land rates. As per the current rates and negotiations with the farmers, the final rates are fixed."

Shinde also said that even though the acquisition of the 555 hectares of land at Karmad had reached its final stage at the rate of Rs 23 lakh per acre, the matter was getting delayed as the district administration was yet to send the joint measurement report to the state government. After the report is sent, the government approval will be sought to carry out the 32-1 notification, after which it will give its final approval and sanction the funds.

The district sub-divisional officer and the land acquisition officer, Sambhaji Adkune too agreed with the regional officer of MIDC. He said, "The land rates are fixed at the collectorate office and the funds are sanctioned by the state government. The negotiation process with the farmers is on and soon after a new collector takes charge, things will gain momentum."

The general manager, land acquisition, MIDC Mumbai, Dnyaneshwar Khiilari said, "In the first phase of the land acquisition the government had sanctioned Rs 293 crore for which the process will soon be completed. Regarding the second phase the district collector fixes the land rate after the valuation and the negotiation process is over. The MIDC helps the district administration in bridging the gap between the administration and the farmers during the negotiations."

The second phase seemed to have gotten stalled as the district collector Kunal Kumar has gone on a study tour. "After completing the first phase the district administration has started the process of the second phase.

Around 2,300 hectares of land will be acquired and for which the farmers have been offered Rs 18 lakh per acre," said Shinde.

"But the first meeting did not yield results as the farmers out rightly rejected the offer and demanded Rs 23 lakh per acre as done in first phase," he said.

According to sources, the land acquisition in the second phase under the DMIC project is scheduled to be done in five villages - Bidkin, Banni Tanda, Bangal Tanda, Nilajgaon and Nandalgaon. The district administration and the MIDC had held meetings with the farmers earlier. The farmers claimed that they should get more value for their land since their land was more fertile than the land in Karmad.

DMIC in Maharashtra covers Mumbai, Thane, Raigad, Nashik, Aurangabad, Ahmednagar, Pune, Dhule & Nandurbar districts and influences on 18% of the total area of the state. Out of all these cities, Aurangabad is part of the DMIC Early Bird project which includes Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Park and the international convention centre proposed over an area of 8,340 hectares. The project, to be completed in three phases, will see the opening of many industries with players from the national and international markets joining the league. But with the process getting delayed it is feared the deadline for the project will get extended.

http://articles.timesofindia.indiati...s-second-phase
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old January 22nd, 2013, 07:05 AM   #55
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

DMIC to spur export-import trade

lokmat news service Aurangabad, Jan 21

The Chamber of Marathwada Industries and Agriculture (CMIA) in collaboration with Export Management and Services Institute (EMSI), New Delhi held seminar on Import-Export trade at CMIA conference hall on January 18 and 19. CMIA secretary, managing director of Nurture Earth Research and Development Pvt Ltd Munish Sharma and Milind Kank, vice president of CMIA inaugurated the seminar.

Chief guest Munish Sharma threw light on the purpose of organising the seminar. While speaking, he said, "Due to Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), Aurangabad will get immense opportunities for import-export business. At present Aurangabad is exporting products to 50 countries but due to lack of awareness, our manufacturers, even though we are having good quality of products, lag behind in export," he added.

H P Singh delivered speech on Import-export business.
Milind Kank vice president of , CMIA said necessary guidance/assistance can be provided by CMIA to young entrepreneurs, who would like to venture into export-import trade. He said this workshop will provide an opportunity to the exporters.

Programme coordinator, D V Mulay welcomed the dignitaries, chief guest and export faculty. He thanked the CMIA executive committee for organizing this workshop and support from CMIA office.

Representatives from industries including Vinodrai Engineering, Jalna, Rohit Exhaust Systems, management students and faculties from Deogiri College, Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University and Management Sciences participated in the workshop.

Lokmat Times
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old February 22nd, 2013, 07:51 AM   #56
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

Talks on DMIC land acquisition fail

Lokmat News Network Aurangabad, Feb 15

A meeting of farmers from five villages including Bidkin called by collector Vikram Kumar today to resolve the deadlock of land acquisition for Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) did not yield any results. The district administration offered compensation of Rs 20 lakh per acre which was rejected by the farmers who demanded more money.

International standard projects are going to be set up under the DMIC between Shendra and Bidkin belt. In the first phase, the administration has acquired 550 hectares land at Karmad. In the second phase, 2300 hectares land is to be acquired at Bidkin, Nandalgaon, Nijalgaon, Bannitanda and Bangla Tanda. The administration is bargaining hard to ensure the land acquisition. Two months ago, the farmers had also rejected the offer of Rs 18 lakh per acre.

The farmers said that their land is more fertile than that of Karmad where the administration offered the price of Rs 23 lakh.

source : Lokmat Times
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old February 27th, 2013, 10:20 AM   #57
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

Notification out for 3rd phase land acquisition

lokmat news network Aurangabad, Feb 26

Land (in hectares) will be acquired in following villages
Bhalgaon - 32.22; Apatgaon - 23.85; Laygaon - 587.55; Pandhari Pimpalgaon - 31.72; Gadiwat - 484.27; Kadarabad - 219.66; Ghardon - 733.61; Padali - 216.50; Meherban Naik Tanda - 248.69; Jambhali - 440.92; Nilajgaon - 693.08; Ghardon Tanda - 559.20; Khodegaon - 903.58; Pachod - 156.96; Bembalwadi - 135.31; Chittegaon - 433.16; Chittepimpalgaon - 49.55 and Chincholi - 111.98.

The State Government has recently issued a notification for acquiring 6061 hectares land in 18 villages from Aurangabad and Paithan tehsils in the third phase acquisition for the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC). The Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) has sent a letter to the district administration asking it to expedite the process for the land acquisition.

Now, the process for acquiring 8000 hectares land for the second and the third phase is likely to be implemented simultaneously. This would be the biggest land acquisition process in Marathwada.

Under the DMIC, an international standard industrial estate will come up on Shendra-Bidkin stretch. In the first phase, 550 hectares land in Karmad Shivar was to be acquired. Farmers agreed to part with land after they were offered the rate of Rs 23 lakh per acre. The first phase land acquisition process is in its final phase now.

In the second phase, 2300 acres land from Bidkin, Nilajgaon, Nandalgaon, Banni Tanda and Bangala Tanda is to be acquired. The farmers are not ready to accept Rs 20 lakh per acre offered by the administration. Even as the negotiations continue, the State has issued notification for the third phase land acquisition. This phase includes 842.42 hectares government land which is to be handed over to the MIDC.

Lokmat Times
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old February 28th, 2013, 09:27 AM   #58
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

Mention of Smart City at Shendra Bidkin Indl Park in Finance Ministers Budget Speach.

Para 62 of Finance Ministers Budget Speach which has the mention :

Industrial Corridors
62. The Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project has made rapid progress. Plans for seven new cities have been finalised and work on two new smart industrial cities at Dholera, Gujarat and Shendra Bidkin, Maharashtra will start during 2013-14. We acknowledge the support of the Government of Japan. In order to dispel any doubt about funding, I wish to make it clear that we shall provide, if required, additional funds during 2013-14 within the share of the Government of India in the overall outlay for the project.

http://indiabudget.nic.in/
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old March 8th, 2013, 06:06 AM   #59
fuwad
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 2,562
Likes (Received): 1365

Patkar war against DMIC

Lokmat News Network Aurangabad, March 7

Noted social activist Medha Patkar has launched a war against the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project.
Patkar will lead the agitation called Sangharsh Yatra in Mumbai from Friday (March 8).

The yatra will arrive in Aurangabad on March 11. Patkar will address project affected farmers at Kumbhephal, said Vijay Diwan of Globalization Opposing Action Committee.

While speaking, Diwan said, "A total of 3.5 lakh hectare land will be used for the proposed DMIC project, depriving thousands of farmers, farm labourers and workers of their livelihood. It is being projected that the project will generate huge employment. However, the fact is that the project won't create that much jobs and people will be jobless owing to industrilisaiton of the land. Besides, true project affected people will not get the benefit of the employment."

Speaking further, he said, "The project will be totally under the control of Japan, hence this industrial colony will slip into foreign hand. In this colony, Indian democracy will not have any say. Hence, poor will become more poorer. Considering the fact, we have decided to oppose the project."
The Sangharsh Yatra which will be started from Mumbai, will pass through Raigadh, Thane, Pune, Nandurbar.

Along with Patkar, Prof N D Patil, Ulka Mahajan will also address the farmers.
The press meet was attended by Ramlal Lodha, Kalyan Dugle and Subhash Dube.

Lokmat Times
fuwad no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Old March 8th, 2013, 08:30 AM   #60
akbarsyed
Registered User
 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Posts: 3,308
Likes (Received): 1597

So finally after a long break and a failure with the Anna Hazare agitation , Medha Patkar has a job to do . I wonder what was she busy doing when Narendra Modi was selling Gujarat to big industrialists . I cant remember seeing her leading agitating farmers anywhere in Gujarat apart from the Narmada bachao Andolan during the days of the Congress .
__________________

fuwad liked this post
akbarsyed no está en línea   Reply With Quote
Sponsored Links
Advertisement
 


Reply

Tags
dmic, maharashtra

Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off



All times are GMT +2. The time now is 09:11 PM.


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.11 Beta 4
Copyright ©2000 - 2019, vBulletin Solutions Inc.
vBulletin Security provided by vBSecurity v2.2.2 (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.
Feedback Buttons provided by Advanced Post Thanks / Like (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.

SkyscraperCity ☆ In Urbanity We trust ☆ about us