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Old August 30th, 2013, 05:04 PM   #81
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i think a lease is probably a better option but then how effective would the lease be . Indian farmers are known to hold the government at ransom during election time . Also how many investors would be willing to start their factories on leased land . On the whole I think DMIC in Maharashtra is doomed to fail .

Its negotiation tactics by farmers.... to extract better compensation package from government. People are ready to give land but at the right price.
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Old August 31st, 2013, 08:36 AM   #82
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Talks on Bidkin land acquisition fail again

Ranjana Diggikar, TNN | Aug 30, 2013

AURANGABAD: Under the second phase of the DMIC project, the district collector offered Rs 21 lakh per acre to Bidkin farmers in a meeting organised on Thursday evening to give impetus to land acquisition process in five villages. But the farmers rejected the offer.

This was the fifth meeting in the last six months held by the district collector which failed to arrive at a solution. Earlier the district administration and the MIDC had held meetings with the farmers. The farmers claimed that they should get more value for their land since their land is more fertile than the land in Karmad and demanded about Rs 25 lakh.

The DMIC land acquisition officer, Sambhaji Adkune, said, "District collector Vikram Kumar offered Rs 21 lakh per acre to the farmers. But the farmers demanded Rs 25 lakh per acre."

The president of Bidkin DMIC Project-Affected Samiti, Nandkumar Vaidya, said, "The Bidkin farmers do not approve of the offer. We have demanded about Rs 30-35 lakh per acre. The Karmad farmers were offered Rs 23 lakh per acre a year back. Considering the growth by 10% per year, our demand is still less since today the price of the land at Bidkin is Rs 36 lakh per acre. The tehsil office registry records show that in 2011 the land was sold at Rs 24 lakh per acre."

"Moreover, according to the land acquisition act, the rural land should be offered four times more than the market value. Given the case, the administration will have to shell out Rs 144 lakh per acre to Bidkin farmers," said Vaidya.

The second phase which has been stalled for some time is not proving fruitful even after several negotiations by the district administration with the farmers. "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 farmers were first offered Rs 18 lakh per acre and later in the second meeting the offer went up to Rs 20 lakh. In Thursday's meeting, the offer was revised to Rs 21 lakh per acre," said the DMIC land acquisition officer, Sambhaji Adkune.

But this offer too did not yield results as the farmers demanded Rs 30-35 lakh per acre.

"The land acquisition of 555 hectares of land at Karmad was completed in October 2012, in which the beneficiaries were offered Rs 23 lakh per acre," said Adkune.

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.

DMIC in Maharashtra covers Mumbai, Thane, Raigad, Nashik, Aurangabad, Ahmednagar, Pune, Dhule and Nandurbar districts and influences 18% of the total area of the state. Of all these cities covered, 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. But with the process getting delayed it is feared that the deadline for the project will get extended.

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Credai to address Aurangabad's infrastructural issues

TNN Aug 30, 2013, 02.54AM IST

AURANGABAD: The Aurangabad Chapter of Confederation of Real Estate Developers' Associations of India (Credai) would take up issues of city's infrastructure with people's representatives at the installation ceremony of its new chapter.

The event will be presided over by state revenue minister Balasaheb Thorat, state education minister Rajendra Darda, minister for technical and higher education Rajesh Tope and Aurnagabad MP Chandrakant Khaire.

Papalal Goyal, newly elected president of Credai, said that the organisation has also taken up the issue of water management through water recycling, water harvesting to become self-dependent. He further said that the organisation is committed in the activities related to the development of the city.

Goyal said that construction business has suffered a set back of around 25% due to the slowdown in the economy. "Only investors have taken a toll while need-based development is in progress. The rates of land and properties have not fallen," he added.

The situation is likely to get a boost in the next couple of years with work of smart city to begin. The construction of a national highway facilitating better connectivity to major cities will reach towards completion and the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project would reach its peak giving boost to the business, Goyal said.

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Chances of Marathwada (Aurangabad) getting University for Skill Development and Vocational Training brightens after Cm's announcement.

CM's announcement rekindles hope

Lokmat News Network Aurangabad, Sept 4

• If the proposed university for skill development and vocational training is set up in Marathwada, preferably in Aurangabad, it will be a great boon for both job aspirants and employers

With chief minister Prithviraj Chavan announcing that a university for skill development and vocational training would be set up in the State, the hope of Marathwada getting it has rekindled. Notably, a proposal to set up such a university in Marathwada has been pending with the government since 2005.

To meet the growing needs of the industries in the region, the Marathwada Statutory Development Corporation had prepared the proposal to start a separate university for skill development and vocational training and submitted it to the government in 2005.

According to industry sources, since Aurangabad has been included in the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), there will be a great need of skilled manpower in the coming years. "Even today, local industries do not get skilled manpower, despite the fact that there are 81 Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in Aurangabad division alone. The reason is that they have limited trades," the sources reasoned and hoped that the proposed university would be set up in Marathwada, preferably in Aurangabad.

Dr Ravindra Balapure
Joint director, Vocational Education and Training
The first-ever proposal to set up a university for skill development and vocational training came from Marathwada. Discussions in this regard were also held in the meetings of the Marathwada Statutory Development Corporation held last year. Undoubtedly, skilled manpower is the need of the hour to accelerate the industrial growth of Marathwada. If the proposed university is set up in the region, it will be a great thing.

S B Gosawi
Principal, Govt ITI
Once the DMIC project is implemented, there will be a greater need for designing more and more courses as per the requirement of the industries. ITIs, which offer only government approved courses, cannot design new courses. If more courses are designed considering the growing needs of the local industries, both students and employers will immensely get benefitted.

Dr Vijay Pandharipande
Vice chancellor, Bamu
The launch of the Centre for Vocational Studies and Science Park at Bamu is part of the skill development university. If the skill development university comes up in the city, it will be a great boon for the region.

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Paithan MLA Sanjay Waghchaure met with Deputy CM Ajit Pawar and Ind. Min. Sachin Ahir, who gave assurance that a meeting will be called on 15th September of all the stakeholders to sort out the compensation issue.

बिडकीनच्या जमिनीचे दर लवकर ठरणार

बिडकीन । दिल्ली-मुंबई इंडस्ट्रियल कॉरिडॉरसाठी बिडकीन, नांदलगाव, निलजगाव, बन्नी तांडा, बंगला तांडा येथील 2351 हेक्टर जमीन संपादित करण्यात येणार आहे. त्यासाठी भूसंपादन प्रक्रिया सुरू आहे. जिल्हाधिकारी विक्रमकुमार यांनी 29 ऑगस्ट रोजी घेतलेल्या अंतिम बैठकीत 21 लाख रुपये भाव जाहीर केला आहे. ज्यांना जमीन द्यायची आहे त्यांनी 1 सप्टेंबरनंतर संमतिपत्रावर स्वाक्षर्*या कराव्यात, असे सांगितले होते. या वेळी पैठणचे आमदार संजय वाघचौरे यांनी शेतकर्*यांना 15 दिवस थांबवण्याची विनंती करत आपण त्यातून मार्ग काढू, असे सांगितले होते. दरम्यान, 2 सप्टेंबर रोजी आमदार वाघचौरे यांनी उपमुख्यमंत्री अजित पवार, उद्योगमंत्री सचिन अहिर यांना डीएमआयसी भूसंपादनाबाबत माहिती दिली. तेव्हा येत्या 15 सप्टेंबरपर्यंत मुंबई येथे शेतकरी उद्योगमंत्री, उपमुख्यमंत्री, डीएमआयसीचे अधिकारी व शेतकरी यांच्यासमवेत बैठक घेऊन जमिनीचा अंतिम दर ठरवून भूसंपादन प्रक्रिया सुरू केली जाईल, असे उद्योगमंत्री सचिन अहिर यांनी सांगितले. त्यामुळे जमीन दराचा प्रश्न पंधरा दिवसांत मार्गी लागण्याची शक्यता आहे.

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2-day meet on DMIC project

Lokmat News Network Aurangabad, Sept 11

The two-day national conference will take place on the topic 'Opportunities for Industrial Colonies and Challenges' at MGM' Rukhimini Auditorium from October 2.
Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi is the sponsor of the seminar. The meet is held in the backdrop of inclusion of Aurangabad in Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC). The DMIC is being implemented by India and Japan governments and Aurangabad is the last phase of the project.

Moves are on to set up the projects at Karmad and Bidkin. But the land acquisition process for the project is going through tough legal procedure. Besides, there would be challenges to generate 4000 mega watt electricity, railway, airport and other infrastructure for 9 mega industrial colonies under the project.

During the two-day conference, there would be detailed discussion on various aspects of the topic. The seminar is free to all and aspirants can enroll their names by September 28. MGM' secretary Ankushrao Kadam, Prof Pratap Borade, Prof Ashish Gadekar and convener Dr Col Pradeep Kumar would address the conference. Dr Indrajit Zhalte is the coordinator of the programme.

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DMIC flags off 6 projects worth Rs 1.1 lakh crore

Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: Sep 11 2013

Giving a thrust to infrastructure development, the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) has cleared six projects entailing an investment of R1.10 lakh crore. The Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) Trust has given clearances to these projects.

“The trust has given clearances for six major projects for implementation, which will entail total investment of R1.10 lakh crore,” commerce and industry minister Anand Sharma said on Wednesday.

The central government will invest R2,215 crore in a mix of debt and equity. The progress of the project was reviewed by Sharma and his Japanese counterpart Toshimitsu Motegi.

The projects are expected to generate 2,15,000 direct jobs and 6,18,000 indirect jobs.

The $90-billion DMIC project is aimed at creating mega industrial infrastructure along the Delhi-Mumbai Rail Freight Corridor. Japan is giving financial and technical aid for the project, covering seven states and totalling 1,483 km.

Japan has committed to invest $4.5 billion in this project. The Union Cabinet had approved an expenditure of R18,500 crore on infrastructure development for the project.

The projects include an integrated industrial township at Greater Noida (R617.2 crore), improvement of water supply to Pithampur-Dhar-Mhow Investment Region in Madhya Pradesh (R248.89 crore), an integrated multimodal logistics hub in Haryana (R403.3 crore) and construction of rail line from Bhimnath to Dholera (R121.58 crore).

Sharma said that the first phase of the two investment regions (Dholera in Gujarat and Shendra-Bidkin in Maharashtra) will be launched within this financial year.

“Land acquisition is at an advanced stage,” he added.

A mobile phone scrap recycling project in Gujarat is also expected to come under DMIC.

Further, the Overseas Human Resources and Industry Development Association in Japan will dispatch experts in areas such as production management for a training course in skill development centres in Haryana in December.

He also said work has started on Chennai-Bangalore-Chitradurga Industrial Corridor which will pass through Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.

“The preliminary study for a comprehensive integrated master plan has been completed, which has identified 26 priority projects,” the minister said.

Projects with significant progress in the CBIC area include Ennore port access road development project, Omega industrial township and Technical assistance for improving port operation in Chennai.

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DMIC project: Panel rubbishes admin's compensation claims

Ranjana Diggikar, TNN | Oct 1, 2013

AURANGABAD: The Bidkin Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corporation (DMIC) Project-Affected Committee on Monday refused to buy the district administration's claim that Bidkin farmers, who own around 300 acres of land have accepted the Rs 21-lakh per acre offer. The panel asserted that only a few people owning only 150 acres of land had given their consent.

Committee president Nandkumar Vaidya said, "The claim made by the Aurangabad district administration is false. Politicians should not play with the sentiments of farmers and should provide justice; else farmers would resort to agitation."

He said, "To acquire land for the second phase of DMIC project, the district collector had offered Rs 21 lakh per acre to the farmers in a meeting organised in the month of August. But the farmers had rejected the offer. To misguide the farmers, the district administration is spreading rumours."

Vaidya also said that the industries minister Narayan Rane during his visit to Aurangabad in the month of May to distribute funds to the Karmad farmers had assured them that justice would be meted out to the Bidkin farmers and their demand would be considered.

"When we had met deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar, he too had assured us of a good deal. The internal differences between NCP and Congress are affecting the farmers," he said. He also warned with the elections round the corner, politicians should pay heed to the farmers' call for justice.

"We have demanded about Rs 30-35 lakh per acre. If one looks at the negotiations done with the Karmad farmers who were offered Rs 23 lakh per acre a year back, with growth by 10% per year our demand is still less. At today's price the land at Bidkin is valued at Rs 36 lakh per acre. The tehsil office registry records show that in 2011 the land was sold at Rs 24 lakh per acre," said Vaidya.

Meanwhile the DMIC land acquisition officer, Sambhaji Adkune, said that all the details regarding the land were with the MIDC official. Despite repeated attempts, the MIDC regional officer Annasaheb Shinde could not be contacted.

"After completing the first phase the district administration started the process of the second phase. About 2,300 hectares of land will be acquired and farmers were first offered Rs 18 lakh per acre and later the offer went up to Rs 20 lakh and finally to Rs 21 lakh," said Adkune.

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.

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Multi Model Logistic Park at Karmad: Shendra - Bidkin Industrial Park (DMIC)



125 Acres of land has been earmarked to develop a world-class Multi-Model Logistic Park (MMLP), Karmad at Shendra-Bidkin Mega Indiustial Park.

It is proposed to develop a Multi-Modal logistics park (MMLP) at Karmad near Shendra industrial area. This MMLP would be linked with a rail siding leading to Karmad Railway station in Nanded division of South Central zone of Indian Railways. The rail connectivity of Proposed MMLP with Western DFC will be planned in a manner so as to mutually connect the logistics park and all major anchor industries in proposed Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Area. The MMLP proposed at Karmad near Aurangabad will boost up manufacturing industries in this region. It will enable the fast movement of container and cargo traffic through rail between Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Area and Ports including other parts of the country.

Tender for Multi Model Logistic Park, Karmad : http://goo.gl/o7I3WC
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#DMIC Updates

Multi-Model Logistic Park at Karmad.

RFQ-cum-RFP for Selection of Consultant for Preparation of Techno-Economic Feasibility Study Report for Multi-modal Logistics Park (MMLP) at Karmad near Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Area in Maharashtra.

The Government of India has envisaged the development of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) along the alignment of proposedMulti-modal High Axle Load Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) between Delhi and Mumbai, covering an overall length of 1,483 km. Further, Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Limited (DMICDC), a special purpose company, was incorporated to establish, promote and facilitate development of DMIC Project.Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Limited (DMICDC) invites Separate Proposals for “Request for Qualification-cum-Request for Proposal” (RFQ-cum-RFP) from interested bidders for Preparation of Techno-Economic Feasibility Study Report for Multi-modal Logistics Park (MMLP) at Karmad near Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Area in Maharashtra.

Brief profile of the project area.

1. Introduction:

Government of India has envisaged the development of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) along the alignment of proposed Multi-modal High Axle Load Dedicated Freight Corridor between Delhi and Mumbai, covering an overall length of 1,483 km.
Further, Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Limited (DMICDC), a special purpose company was incorporated to establish, promote and facilitate development of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project.The project is now moving into the actual implementation of the 1st Phase of the new cities being planned under DMIC project.
DMICDC works with State Governments for undertaking various project development activities including but not limited to feasibility studies, preparation of master plans and development plans. The State Government(s) have nominated a nodal agency for supporting DMIC Project. It is envisaged that a SPV at the city/ node level will be incorporated between Central and State Government for project implementation.

2. Shendra – Bidkin Industrial Area:

Aurangabad has significant potential for growth in various manufacturing sectors. The Aurangabad District is already an established location for automobile and automobile-related manufacturing. Aurangabad will be the showcase for Maharashtra’s strengths in manufacturing and technology— automobiles, textiles, apparel, consumer durables, and green industry. It will be the next sought after trade city, venue for manufacturing-related research and design, and high-tech hub centrally located within the state. The strategic location of the Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Area places it at the convergence of Maharashtra’s production, manufacturing, and tourism (historic sites). The industrial area also has the potential to become a niche for meetings, incentives, conventions, and exhibitions. It is expected to be well connected by roads, rail, and air and will have good connectivity to the ports.

The Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Area will spur demand for a wide array of spin-off businesses and will offer the full array of services required for a mega-scale industrial park and the communities located within it. As such, the Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Area is expected to generate huge employment and to add value and exports to the Aurangabad District and Maharashtra as a whole.

The broad vision for the Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Area is to become a ‘showcase of Maharashtra’s leading manufacturing industries’ with the following principles:

• Integrate smart growth within a new sustainable township.
• Identify high-value manufactured products with high export potential.
• Maintain a unique cultural heritage.
• Provide a healthy quality of life.

The Shendra Bidkin Industrial Area will be developed as a new industrial township, according to a comprehensive land use framework of international standards. The industrial area will offer parks and open space, public transportation, pedestrian and bicycle trails, and other amenities. This new industrial township will extend from the additional Shendra near Shendra Industrial Estate of MIDC to the town of Bidkin. Located in Shendra just 10–15 KM from downtown Aurangabad and 8 KM east of the Aurangabad airport, this industrial area is envisioned as a new satellite community to the city of Aurangabad.

The industrial location is strategically positioned and directly connected to the major state highways and the national rail network. The area will provide direct connections through the city of Aurangabad on new expressways leading to National Highway (NH) 211 and the north-south State Highway (SH) 60. Additional regional roads will be provided to connect potential future areas of industrial expansion in and around the town of Bidkin. Because of the industrial area’s connectivity, visibility, and strategic location, the area will provide an ideal site for investment and employment growth for years to come.

Approximately, 125 Acres of land has been earmarked to develop a world-class MMLP. The location of the proposed site is as given below

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'Industrial corridor will create opportunities for Aurabgabad residents'

Niraj Chinchkhede, TNN | Oct 5, 2013

AURANGABAD: Experts said on Friday that the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project will create new opportunities for Aurangabad residents as the historical background will give an edge to the city over other destinations.

Speaking at an inaugural session of a two-day national conference on SEZ and DMIC organized by Mahatma Gandhi Mission's Institute of Management in the city, experts talked about the project and elaborated on the challenges to make it a reality.

Emphasizing on making the system more transparent for the industries, C P Tripathi, chairman of Aurangabad Management Association, downplayed the role of various government agencies. "Why should we need so many approval for setting up industries? To a large extent, the polices of the government are to be blamed for poor industrial growth in many regions. We need to have efficient, realistic and time-bound programmes to achieve growth," he said.

He said that rapidly increasing population would further hamper the land acquisition process for setting up industrial units. Tripathi said that policy makers should think about allowing industrial units in minimum possible spaces. "Providing huge land for industrial purpose may not be possible in the country in the coming days. Hence, we must think about optimum use of available land," he said.

Tripathi said that India's industrial growth could not be directly compared with that of China and Japan. "India has its own set of challenges and opportunities," he added.

Rishi Bagla, chairman of Marathwada zone of Confederation of Indian Industry, said that DMIC project would bring Aurangabad on the global map. "We are going to have world-class manufacturing units set up here which would drastically improve the quality of living," he said, adding that the industrial infrastructure and the city's rich historical background would make it an ideal tourist destination.

In his key note address, vice-chancellor of Dr Babasahed Ambedkar Marathwada University (BAMU), Vijay Pandharipande, stressed on the co-ordination between the industries and academicians. He said that the benefits of DMIC project must reach the students of BAMU. "People say that DMIC project is taking seven different states in its stride, but I want it to take BAMU students in its march towards growth," he said.

Pandharipande said that Marathwada was not a backward area. "It has a huge potential to progress and with a vast pool of human resources available in the region, it will create its unique identity," he added.

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#DMIC Updates.

The broad vision for the Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Area is to become a ‘showcase of Maharashtra’s leading manufacturing industries’ with the following principles:
• Integrate smart growth within a new sustainable township.
• Identify high-value manufactured products with high export potential.
• Maintain a unique cultural heritage.
• Provide a healthy quality of life.
Therefore, Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Limited (DMICDC) (Client) invites proposals to undertake following assignment (“The Assignment”):

Preparation of Preliminary Design Report for Roads and Services/ Utilities and ‘CBD’ for Phase – I of Shendra – Bidkin Industrial Area, Aurangabad.



Tender for Selection of Consultant for Preparation of Preliminary Design Report for Roads and Services/ Utilities and ‘CBD’ for Phase – I of Shendra – Bidkin Industrial Area, Aurangabad. : http://goo.gl/bm3f6g

The main objectives of the assignment are to prepare preliminary design and schedules of tender documents for roads and services/ utilities and ‘CBD’ in the phase – I (approximately 8.5 sq. Km) project area of Shendra – Bidkin Industrial Area, Aurangabad. The Consultant shall also be responsible for preparation of tenders for detailed design of road works and services/utilities. The consultant shall keep in mind and follow the vision of master plan for Shendra – Bidkin Industrial Area and Client to create sustainable infrastructure that will form the backbone of future development at the Industrial Area and be regarded as a benchmark nationally and internationally.

Transportation
Aurangabad is served by NH-211, Major State Highway (MSH) 6 and MSH-8, and SH-16, SH-60, and SH-148. Traffic demand is expected to increase with the proposed Shendra Bidkin Industrial Area and additional connectivity will be required. Aurangabad is well connected by SH-148, SH-176, and NH-211. Better connections are also required to the nearby districts of Nashik, Pune, and Ahmednagar.
Conceptual transportation system has been proposed during the concept master plan evaluating internal circulation, external access, and internal road layouts at the district level. The road circulation proposed provides for safe, convenient, and efficient movement of people and goods integrated into a motorised and nonmotorised transport system following a hierarchy of road networks. Public transport will include a bus system and metro rail system serving commuters and the maximum extent of the Shendra Bidkin Industrial Area, respectively. The mass rapid transit corridor’s Green Line will pass through the Shendra Bidkin Industrial Area, the Central Line will connect the industrial area to the airport and Karmad railway station, and the City Line will extend from the Aurangabad railway station to the southwest of the Shendra Bidkin Industrial Area. All three lines will form a loop around the Shendra Bidkin Industrial Area.

Water Supply and Distribution
Per capita water demand, industrial water demand, sewage generated and treated, wastewater generation, percentage of total water demand, demand for non-potable water by nonindustrial uses, and water demand for open spaces and roads were calculated. Freshwater requirements by 2042 are estimated at 104 million litres per day (MLD), which will be subsidised using treated wastewater. As such, treated water could account for 31% of total water demand.
For the project area of 8.5 sq km, approximately 20 MLD is required and will be provided through the proposed Water Supply Scheme.

Water Sources
Jayakwadi Dam Reservoir (30 km from the site) has been identified as the most consistent water source for the Shendra Bidkin Industrial Area. The reservoir has a live storage capacity of 2,171 million cubic metre, and MIDC has been allocated 150.68 MLD of water from the reservoir. A 72-MLD-capacity water treatment plant was installed to meet additional industrial demand. Given the gap of 14 MLD by Phase 3 development of the Shendra Bidkin Industrial Area, groundwater would be another source of water with an average yield of 180–200 cubic metre per day, applied with rainwater harvesting measures. MIDC’s request for additional allocation of 90 MLD from Jayakwadi Dam Reservoir has also been taken into consideration in this report.

Water Treatment Plant
A conventional water treatment plant using a unit process of coagulation followed by flocculation, settling, and filtration has been proposed in the master plan. There will be a total of two water treatment plants, one for Phase 1 with a capacity of 55 MLD and another for Phases 2 and 3 with a capacity of 60 MLD.

Flood and Stormwater Management System
The site of the proposed Shendra Bidkin Industrial Area experiences moderate rainfall and it is unlikely that the site will be subject to serious flooding. An initial flood analysis and prevention strategy has been provided in the master plan; this strategy includes an analysis of the frequency of daily rainfall, a flood simulation, and a hydraulic design to accommodate the 100-year flood.

Wastewater Management System
Domestic and industrial wastewater generated will be treated separately. The wastewater from industries and sewage from the residential areas will be treated in a common effluent treatment plant and sewage treatment plant, respectively. Estimated wastewater generated at the Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Area is 185 MLD. Approximately 6.5 ha of land will be required by Phase 3.The projected demand for recycled water in Phase 1 is 50 MLD. Because the demand will increase over time, the common effluent treatment plant will be constructed in phases. A recycled-water system will be designed to meet the demand for recycled water by industries.

Solid Waste Management—Disposal and Land Requirements
An analysis of waste-generating sources, quantities of waste, and waste management activities (storage, collection, segregation, treatment, and final disposal) has been provided in the master plan. The solid waste management plan for the Shendra Bidkin Industrial Area is expected to set a benchmark for management of green developments.
Waste generation has been estimated using factors depending on specific land uses. The master plan estimates waste generation in Phase 1, Phase 2, and Phase 3 to be 705 tonnes per day (TPD), 1,685 TPD, and 2,747 TPD, respectively. A solid waste management programme has been developed in compliance with the Municipal Solid Waste Rules 2000 and the Hazardous Wastes Rules 2008. The programme asserts the practice of waste segregation and provision of suitable bins/containers. A broad collection of municipal waste system is recommended that uses pneumatic automated collection and transportation, door-to-door collection, kerbside collection, block collection, and a community bin system; a secondary waste collection and transportation system is also suggested. The industrial waste collection and transportation systems will be separate.
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The State Government has declared Rs 23 lakh price for per acre land at Bidkin (DMIC Phase 2)
In the second phase, the government intends to acquire 2,363 hectares of land at Bidkin.

What will Bidkin farmers get :
• A whopping Rs 1,358 crore as compensation amount.
• Rs 23 lakh per acre for land.
• 15 percent of the land acquired after developing the land at today's rate which is also another first.
• Farmers will be compensated for house, wells, trees, and orchards in the land to be acquired.

Bidkin MLA Sanjay Waghchaure giving representation to Ind. minister Narayan Rane.






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The State Government has declared Rs 23 lakh price for per acre land at Bidkin (DMIC Phase 2)
In the second phase, the government intends to acquire 2,363 hectares of land at Bidkin.

What will Bidkin farmers get :
• A whopping Rs 1,358 crore as compensation amount.
• Rs 23 lakh per acre for land.
• 15 percent of the land acquired after developing the land at today's rate which is also another first.
• Farmers will be compensated for house, wells, trees, and orchards in the land to be acquired.

Bidkin MLA Sanjay Waghchaure giving representation to Ind. minister Narayan Rane.

Pics: Sakal & Lokmat Times.
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DMIC: Second phase land acquisition begins today

lokmat news network Aurangabad, Oct 29

We are obtaining agreement papers regarding land acquisition from farmers at Bidkin village, SDO offices at Aurangabad and Paithan-Phulambri. The farmers concerned with the DMIC second phase should come to the office and fill up the agreement papers. —Sambhaji Adkune, SDO, Paithan-Phulambri

After announcement of Rs 23 lakh per acre rate for the land to be acquired for Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), the actual process of land acquisition will begin on Wednesday. Agreements will be signed with farmers from five villages including Bidkin.

An international standard industrial estate will come up on 10,500 hectares land between Shendra and Bidkin under the Central Government's much ambitious DMIC project. In the first phase, 555 hectares of land was acquired by the district administration in Karmad village. Now in the second phase, around 2363 hectares (5907 acres) of land will be acquired at Bidkin, Nilajgaon, Banni Tanda, Bangla Tanda and Nandalgaon from Bidkin area. The land acquisition was delayed over land rate from the last few months. Industry minister Narayan Rane had announced Rs 23 lakh per acre land rate, as was offered to Karmad farmers, during a meeting with the Bidkin farmers held in Mumbai last week. As the farmers agreed to the rate, district administration will start the land acquisition procedure.

Project-affected committee delegation meets collector
Bidkin DMIC project affected committee delegation members went to district collector office in the morning and requested the officials to start the land acquisition procedure. Farmers have accepted the land rate of Rs 23 lakh per acre sanctioned by industry minister Narayan Rane. So, start the procedure at the earliest, demanded delegation. The delegation comprised committee president Machhindra Hade, Nandkumar Vaidya, Raju Kulkarni and Bhausaheb Pawar.
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DMIC: 78 farmers sign agreement papers in 2 days

lokmat news network Aurangabad, Nov 1

A total of 78 farmers have signed the agreements in the last two days agreeing to part with land for the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project.
Land acquisition began on Wednesday after farmers accepted rate of Rs 23 lakh per acre. The agreement papers are being signed at Bidkin, sub-divisional offices at Aurangabad and Paithan-Phulambri. The district administration will acquire 5907 acres (2363 hectares) land from Bidkin, Nilajgaon, Bani Tanda, Bangla Tanda, Nandalgaon from nearly 3,000 farmers.

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DMIC : Land acq process at Bidkin going on snails pace as price of 23 lacs not attractive for many.
Farmers want 4 times the market price as provided for under the new land acq act.
248 farmers holding 373 ha. have so far given their consent to land acq.



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DIMC Effect : Bidkin residents wooed by various Banks as more than Rs 1,358 crore will be paid as compensation amount.

Open bank accounts: SBH GM urges farmers, traders


SBH GM Tripathi visits Bidkin branch


Lokmat News Network Aurangabad, Nov 9

SBH GM Mukund Tripathi interacted with customers of the Bidkin branch of the State Bank of Hyderabad during his visit to the branch recently. Also seen are Kishanlal Totla and branch manager Ajay Pande. Tripathi visits Bidkin branch.

General manager (GM) of the State Bank of Hyderabad (SBH) Mukund Tripathi paid a goodwill visit to newly-opened branch at Bidkin recently and interacted with account holders, farmers and traders from the area.

Many top-notch banks are setting up their branches at Bidkin after the district administration started land acquisition process for the ambitious Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project. The latest addition in the series is the SBH which threw open its branch here a month ago. Now, its GM Tripathi, GM (Agriculture) Venkatraman, deputy general manager Rajeev Goyal, Aurangabad' regional assistant GM B Rajendrakumar held discussions with people and sought to know their expectations from the bank.

Bank dignitaries were felicitated by Bidkin villagers and Vyapari Mahasangh. Tripathi spoke on customer- oriented schemes of the SBH and also assured them of good service and egalitarian approach. He also urged villagers to open accounts with the bank. Dilip Deolankar conducted proceedings while branch manager Ajay Pande proposed a vote of thanks. Bidkin Vyapari Mahasangh president Kishanlal Totla, Vijay Jadhav, Rajusheth Vaidya and Nanekhan Pathan were among those present.

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Bidkin farmers want compensation under New Land Acq Act.

Some Bidkin farmers yet to agree with compensation

Ranjana Diggikar, TNN | Nov 13, 2013

AURANGABAD: Some farmers in Bidkin have refused to give their consent for land acquisition for the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) and have launched a protest 'Maun Andolan' at Bangla Tanda in the village from Monday.

Villagers are claiming that the district administration is "misleading the farmers" and that a few people "with vested interests were participating in the negotiation process".

State industries minister Narayan Rane had recently announced compensation of Rs 23 lakh per acre for the second phase of DMIC. In October 2012, the state had acquired 555 hectare in the first phase of DMIC in which the project affected people were offered the same rate.

Subhash Patil Dube, member of DMIC Virodhi Shetkari Hakka Committee, claimed, "The district administration has been misleading the farmers by quoting wrong figures. District administration records state that there are 3,000 beneficiaries. This is the number of families. The actual number of beneficiaries is around 10,000, of which only 300 have given their consent. This shows that about 95% people are opposing the government proposal."

He added: "During the first phase of land acquisition in Karmad, the administration had formed an 11 member committee at the gram sabha level, which represented the farmers while negotiating with the government for land compensation. Unfortunately, in the second phase, no such committee has been formed and few people are involved in the negotiation process for vested interests," he alleged.

Dube said that according to the new Land Acquisition Act the rural land should be offered four times the current market value. "Going by this calculation, the present market value in Bidkin is Rs 15 lakh per acre. The administration should give Rs 60 lakh per acre to Bidkin farmers," Dube said.

In the second phase, 2,300 hectare land has to be acquired in five villages- Bidkin, Banni Tanda, Bangal Tanda, Nilajgaon and Nandalgaon. Farmers have decided to launch the 'Maun Andolan' in all villages included in the DMIC project.

"After completing the first phase, the district administration has started the process of land acquisition for the second phase. The farmers were first offered Rs 18 lakh per acre. In the second meeting, the farmers were offered Rs 20 lakh per acre. Finally, the industries minister offered Rs 23 lakh per acre for the second phase," Sambhaji Adkune, DMIC land acquisition officer. "But, due to different groups among the farmers, the process is taking time."

In Maharashtra, DMIC covers Mumbai, Thane, Raigad, Nashik, Aurangabad, Ahmednagar, Pune, Dhule and Nandurbar districts. Almost, 18% of the total area of the state is covered under DMIC. Aurangabad is part of the DMIC Early Bird project, which includes the Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Park and the International Convention centre.

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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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