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Old May 31st, 2011, 07:02 PM   #21
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Ring Road Project Around Jaipur (144.75 km)

The road is envisaged as a toll-free and signal free expressway.
How is the company supposed to earn? What model is this work based on?
This seems like a great project.
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No it's not going to be toll free anymore. Refer to post #11. Here is JDA's offer

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JDA said that it will give 20,000 sq metre open land to the firm who will develop the project on 'the design, build, finance, operate and transfer' (DBFOT) basis.

"The developer can use this land for running hotels and restaurants. Also the developers can sub-let and sub-lease the buildings [after construction] for generating income. The developer will, however, have to transfer these buildings to the JDA after a certain period of time," an officer with the JDA said.

The JDA added that information pertaining to the toll rates to be implemented on four-wheelers passing through the first phase of the 47-km-long Ring Road, locations of toll plazas, environment policy and location of railway overbridge falling under the project will be provided on the date of issuance of work order to the firm
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Can Anyone Post A Good Map Showing Ring Road?
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रिंग रोड में अब जेडीए लेगा जमीन का कब्जा

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जयपुर। रिंग रोड के चल रहे सारे विवाद अब समाप्त हो गए हैं। किसानों ने जेडीए को कब्जा सौंपने का फैसला कर लिया है। अभी तक यह कब्जा सिर्फ कागजों में था। किसानों को मुआवजे में मिलने वाले भूखंडों के पट्टे जल्द दिए जाएंगे। इसकी तारीख अभी तय नहीं है। संभवतया अगले सप्ताह शिविर आयोजित कर मुख्यमंत्री अशोक गहलोत के हाथों पट्टा वितरण कराया जाएगा। मुआवजे में मिलने वाली जमीन की लीज नहीं वसूलने का मामला राज्य सरकार पर सौंप दिया है।

इस मामले में शुक्रवार को जेडीए सचिव लोकनाथ सचिव सोनी की अध्यक्षता में रिंग रोड समन्वय समिति की बैठक में यह फैसला किया गया। जेडीए ने रिंग रोड बनाने के लिए कंपनी तय कर दी है। कंपनी और जेडीए के बीच परियोजना के लिए हुए 21 जून को एमओयू होना प्रस्तावित है। इस एमओयू के मद्दे नजर जेडीए ने मौके पर कंपनी को दो महीने में 60 फीसदी जमीन का कब्जा देना तय किया है।
यह था विवाद

इसमें किसानों और जेडीए के बीच विवाद था कि उन्हें मुआवजे में मिलने वाले भूखंड कहां और किस साइज के होंगे। इसकी लीज माफ करने, इसके लिए किसानों ने मौके पर ही नक्शा प्रदर्शित करने की मांग की थी। इस मांग के चलते जेडीए की ओर से योजना प्रभावित गांवों में किसानों को आरक्षण पत्र देने के लिए शिविर आयोजित किए थे लेकिन किसानों ने बिना प्लानिंग के आयोजित इन शिविरों का बहिष्कार कर दिया था। इसके बाद से किसान जेडीए को जमीन का भौतिक कब्जा नहीं दे रहे थे। खेतों में पेड़, कुआं, तालाब, मकान का मुआवजा अलग से मांग रहे थे।
यह हुआ समझौता
किसानों को मुआवजे में मिलने वाले भूखंडों की प्लानिंग कर दी गई है। इस पर समन्वय समिति ने शुक्रवार को हुई बैठक में अपनी सहमति दे दी। इस प्लानिंग में विभिन्न साइज के भूखंड सृजित किए गए हैं। यह भी तय किया गया है कि जहां तक संभव हो सके प्रभावित काश्तकार को मुआवजे में जमीन उसी की जमीन पर दी जाए। साथ ही तय किया गया कि मकान, कुएं व निर्माण का जो मुआवजा मांगा जा रहा है उसके लिए मौके पर ही सर्वे कराया जाएगा। लीज के मामले को राज्य सरकार के पास भेजा जाएगा।
फैक्ट फाइल
पहले फेज में अजमेर रोड- टोंक रोड और आगरा रोड को जोडऩे वाले 47 किमी लंबे क्षेत्र में रिंग रोड का निर्माण किया जाएगा। इसके लिए 360 मीटर चौड़ाई में 1620 हेक्टेयर जमीन अवाप्त की जा चुकी है।
इनका कहना है

काश्तकारों की लगभग सभी मांगे मान ली गई है। अब किसान जेडीए को कब्जा सौंपने पर सहमत हो गए हैं। लीज मनी का मामला राज्य सरकार पर छोड़ दिया है।
संयोजक, रिंग रोड समन्वय समिति


सभी मुद्दों पर सहमति हो गई है। अब हम जमीन का कब्जा लेंगे जिससे जल्द काम शुरू हो सके। संभवतया अगले सप्ताह से मौके पर शिविर आयोजित किए जाएंगे
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Old June 20th, 2011, 02:09 PM   #26
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A dispute going between the farmers and JDA has ended land is to be acquired next week. Previously the acquisition was only in paper as farmers hadn't given up land as they wanted to have more information regarding the land they'll be given in exchange. MOU with the company is to be signed on 21st june. Chief minister will be handing assurance papers to the farmers as well.
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रिंग रोड में फिर से नया मोड़

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रिंग रोड बनाने का टेंडर लेने में सफल हुई कंपनी सन जोश सुप्रीम के भागीदारों में इस प्रोजेक्ट की भागीदारी को लेकर पहले विवाद हुआ और बाद में सुलह हुई। सुलह में दोनों भागीदारों ने कंपनी रजिस्ट्रार में नया समझौता भी पेश कर दिया, लेकिन अब इस समझौते को जेडीए ने मानने से इनकार कर दिया है।

सन जोश और सुप्रीम ने जयपुर रिंग रोड का प्रोजेक्ट लेने के लिए नई कंपनी बना कर संयुक्त रूप से टेंडर भरा था। करीब एक हजार करोड़ रुपए के इस प्रोजेक्ट में सन जोश की 70 फीसदी और सुप्रीम इन्फ्रास्ट्रक्चर की 30 फीसदी भागीदारी थी। टेंडर निकलने के बाद जब इस प्रोजेक्ट में दोनों कंपनियों को लाभ नजर आने लगा तो सुप्रीम इन्फ्रास्ट्रक्चर ने अपने भागीदार से खुद की हिस्सा राशि बढ़ाने को कहा। इस पर दोनों पक्षों में विवाद हो गया। मामला जब कंपनी रजिस्ट्रार के यहां पहुंचा तो दोनों में समझौता हुआ कि नई कंपनी सन जोश सुप्रीम टोल वे प्राइवेट लिमिटेड में 60 फीसदी भागीदारी सन जोश की और 40 फीसदी भागीदारी सुप्रीम की रखना तय हुआ।

जेडीए मानता है- पुरानी भागीदारी में बदलाव नहीं

दोनों कंपनी के प्रतिनिधियों ने यह समझौता जेडीए में पेश किया। जेडीए ने कानूनी सलाहकार के पास राय लेने के लिए भेजा तो उन्होंने यह समझौता नहीं मानने की राय दी। कानूनी सलाहकार की नजर में जेडीए टेंडर की शर्तों के अनुसार ही एमओयू कर सकता है। इसमें पुरानी भागीदारी में कोई बदलाव नहीं किया जा सकता।

अब क्या होगा

सन जोश सुप्रीम को इस प्रोजेक्ट को बनाए रखने के लिए पुरानी भागीदारी में ही एमओयू करना होगा। जेडीए ने अभी कंपनी को प्रोजेक्ट स्वीकृत होने का प्राधिकृत पत्र दिया है। इसके आधार पर कंपनी को दो महीने में बैंक से इस प्रोजेक्ट के लिए वित्तीय प्रबंध होने का प्रमाणपत्र (फाइनेंशियल एनक्लोजर) देना है। ऐसा नहीं करने पर जेडीए कंपनी की बैंक गारंटी जब्त कर सकता है।

रिंग रोड की वर्तमान स्थिति

अजमेर रोड से आगरा रोड तक 47 किमी में रिंग रोड बननी है। इसके लिए जेडीए ने किसानों से 6600 बीघा जमीन अवाप्त की थी। इसके लिए जेडीए ने किसानों से समझौता कर लिया है और जमीन का कब्जा लेने की कार्रवाई इसी सप्ताह से की जाएगी। जेडीए को तीन महीने में 60 फीसदी जमीन का कब्जा नई कंपनी को देना है।

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Lot of updates coming up... Not positive ones though

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...ow/9416884.cms

JAIPUR: The Jaipur ring road project saw a new development on Friday when five sarpanchs came out in support of the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) and the agitators were divided over the issue of the state government acquiring more land for the project.

The JDA is acquiring 1,692 hectares to construct the 47-km ring road which will connect Ajmer Road, Tonk Road and Agra Road. For this the authorities is acquiring 360 metres from the farmers to construct 90 metres of the transport corridor and 135 metres on both sides of the road to construct a development corridor.

While a majority of farmers are protesting against the 360 metre land acquisition for the project, the sarpanchs of five panchanyats believes that ring road without the development corridors will not be beneficial for the farmers.

Vishnu Sharma, Sarpanch, of Muhana panchayat, said, "The acquisition by JDA of the 360- metre stretch is for the betterment of farmers. The 270 metres acquired for the development corridor would be beneficial for the farmers in the long run. The poor farmers do not have money for land use change and developing their land." He added,

"The Sangharsh Samiti is misguiding the farmers for its own interest. On Saturday, the five sarpanchs will have a meeting with villagers Dhalaui village to inform the farmers. Around 20 km of ring road is passing through the five panchayats and farmers in these villages will not oppose the project."

President of Ring Road Sangharsh Samiti, Badri Prasad says, "The JDA is using a divide-and-rule tactic. The sarpanchs supporting the authorities do not have any land. We want farmers to decide what is right and wrong."

Meanwhile, the protesting farmers on Friday removed the plaque installed by UDH minister Shanti Dhariwal near Shivdaspura Crossing on Tonk Road.

Badri Prasad said on Friday, "We will not let the ring road project start till our demands are met. The government has not approached us for talks and is trying to divide the farmers. The government officials are luring sarpanchs with fake promises of village development. The Samiti is preparing for a march to Delhi to apprise AICC general secretary on the issue and the government's stand."
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Ring Road project: Future uncertain as farmers refuse to part with land

Jaipur: In a major development, cracks have surfaced among the farmers affected by the 47-km Ring Road project. While one section of farmers has agreed to hand over 360 metres of land for road and corridor to Jaipur Development Authority (JDA), the others don't want to part with more than 90 metres.

According to sources, sarpanchs of six panchayat samiti met Jaipur development commissioner Kuldeep Ranka on Friday and put their demands, including the compensation for trees, boring, houses and no fee for lease deed on the compensated land. The sarpanchs also demanded a survey of their fields to meet these demands in seven days.

Vishnu Sharma, sarpanch of Muhana panchayat, said that commissioner has agreed to all the demands and sarpanchs were going to hold a mass meeting of farmers to hand over 360 metres of land for road and corridor. "Out of 47-km Ring Road, around 20 km is passing through our fields. So we are ready to give up land to the authority. But the authority should give us a written approval to our demands," added Sharma.

The division among farmers is good news for the JDA, however, another section of farmers is still adamant to give land only for the 90 metres. The Ring Road Sangharsh Samiti continued their protest on Friday. They uprooted boards and a service lane near the Shivdaspura railway crossing, developed on the occasion of inauguration of project. Badri Narayan Sharma, president of the samiti, said that these sarpanchs have cheated on farmers' interests.

"The authority has chosen divide and rule policy to go ahead with this project. But most of the farmers are along with us and we would not forgo our demands," said Sharma. He also added that sarpanchs of six panchyat have not a single metre land which is going to be acquired.
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Farmers stop JDA officials from starting road project

TNN Jul 29, 2011, 08.24am IST
JAIPUR: Farmers opposed to "excessive" land acquisition for the Ring Road around Jaipur, carried out their threat as they prevented the Jaipur Development Authority officials from starting the project on their land on Thursday.

As a face saver, the officials "launched" the project from the government land falling in the road perimeter. In JDA's Zone 14 near Ajaypura village in Sanganer tehsil, farmers chased away the officials from the 'acquired' agricultural land, preventing demarcation of road boundaries. In Achrawala village in the same tehsil, farmers removed the demarcation signs from their land set up by the JDA in the past.

"The JDA has started the work in Zone 11 near Madua village. However, work at one site in zone 14 near Ajaypura village was stopped because of protesting farmers," said an official. He added, "In the same area, the JDA has to demarcate 4-5 km area. However, it is not possible for officials to demarcate farmers' land unless the issue is resolved."
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To Allow Land Possession After Demands Are MetTNN Jul 26, 2011, 02.26pm IST

JAIPUR: Farmers in the state are planning to put a spanner in the state government and the Jaipur Development Authority's (JDA) plans to start the 47-km Ring Road project on scheduled time without "resolving" their demands.

The farmers whose land have been acquired are now gearing up to stop the actual possession and disrupt the Ring Road work.

Senior JDA officials, however , claimed that all demands of the farmers have been fulfilled. Though they admitted that one of the major demands - the new land given to the farmers in return for their land acquired - should be lease-free is still awaiting a nod from the state cabinet.
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Well said

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Please listen to CP Joshi and make amends.


Make farmers equity holders in projects, says C P Joshi
TNN Jul 23, 2011, 04.21am IST
JAIPUR: Compensation for land acquisition should not be a one-time measure and the farmers need to be made equity partners in the project to avert inordinate delays and cost over-runs, said C P Joshi, Union minister for roads and highways here on Friday.

"The benefits for farmers whose land has been acquired for developing industrial projects should be sustainable over a 15 to 20 year period. They should be made equity holders in the project. This would reduce much of the resistance that industry faces today in acquiring land leading to prolonged delays and cost-overruns," said Joshi while addressing business community at the 'Infra Conclave Rajasthan 2011'organised by CII.

Referring to the Rs1000-crore Ring Road project here, he said the "sale to agreements" should be scrapped as this benefits only the local businessman or the builders and the companies, while people whose land has been taken remain perennial losers.

"Sensing the business opportunities in real estate around a proposed project in advance, the local businessmen start acquiring land at minimal cost. Later, when the project is announced, they bargain huge rates from the companies. In the process, it is the farmer who is deprived of all the benefits. In such cases there should no 'sale to agreements' and landowners should be facilitated to market price, which is far better than what they get from these local builders," Joshi added.

Land acquisition has also become a hurdle for DMIC (Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor) projects in the state. Now, industry leaders are comparing the progress Gujarat has made with Rajasthan's tardy pace of development.

Purushottam Agarwal, commissioner, Bureau of Investment Promotion and the nodal officer for DMIC projects in Rajasthan, said, "The initial lead Gujarat has taken is chiefly because of its ability to acquire land. About 80% of the land acquired by Gujarat belongs to the state government. Whereas in Rajasthan, the land in Neemrana region is the most precious, given the industrialization and consequent the high cost of land. But that doesn't mean we are stuck at these problems. We are moving in the right direction. We are making progress with regard to the Aerotropolis project, industrial hub in Neemrana and in the Jodhpur-Pali hub."

Agarwal also added that Rajasthan would have the first project under National Manufacturing Industrial Zone in Jodhpur. The Centre is in the final stages of announcing the manufacturing policy.
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JDA accepts farmers’ demands on ring road

TNN Aug 17, 2011, 06.34am IST
JAIPUR: The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) has accepted the demands of farmers during an empowered committee meeting on Tuesday. Farmers supporting the proposed ring road project are happy as their demands were pending with the state cabinet for a long time.

"The JDA has accepted farmers' demand that the lease money of the new land given to them in return for their land will be Re 1 per metre. However, buyers who have purchased reservation letters from farmers have to pay conversion charges according to the district committee rates (DLC)," said an official.

The JDA agreed to give compensation for houses and tubewells as per 2011 BSR rates. Structures which were left in the previous survey will be included and farmers will get compensation. The JDA will organise camps from August 20 to give reservation letters to farmers
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Old August 25th, 2011, 08:21 PM   #35
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Ring road work: Farmers plan to boycott camp today

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JAIPUR: Ambiguity looms large over the ring road project in the city. Even a month after the official date of commencement, people's dream for better connectivity still remains on paper. JDA officials claim that half of the problem was already solved after the empowered committee accepted the farmers' demand and said the project will start soon. However, no actual date to start the project has been announced by the authorities. "The JDA has started organizing a camp to issue optional and reservation letters. The first camp was successful as most farmers were supporting it.

The date of commencement of work will be decided only after the camps get over," said an official. However, the farmers are gearing up to oppose the camps on August 24. A farmer leader said: "We will boycott the camps. We will educate other farmers about the promises made and tactics used by the JDA to deceive us." Farmers said the JDA has kept the most expensive patch of the development corridor, which is one-and-a-half-kilometres on Ajmer Road and no block has been allotted to farmers. "Because of this, blocks of other farmers have been shifted ahead and they will not get blocks in the development corridor in their villages." But JDA officials say, "The patch has kept for developing slip lanes in the area and the growth of land will not be disturbed as after every two block, the JDA will develop a block in the corridor."

Farmers said the JDA is not allotting corner plots to farmers and has kept it for auction. It will organise camps at four places. To date, around 62% farmers have taken their reservation letters. "Farmers who have taken letters are with us and they will not fill any optional form." According to the farmers, MP Mahesh Joshi said the farmers whose entire land was acquired will be provided Rs 1 lakh per bigha. However, the proposal has not been forwarded to the state government. The Ring Road Sangharsh Samiti says that in this project, land of around 1,500 farmers has been acquired and in return the government is giving them 25% developed land. The project will be developed in five years. If farmers give their land, they will have to struggle for their existence.
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Farmers to protest Ring Road project till bill is passed

Jaipur: The farmers group, which is against the Ring Road project, adopted an 'odd' method to meet their demands, poised on the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA).
The farmers have decided to continue their protest against the project for at least six months until the proposed land acquisition rehabilitation and resettlement (LARR), 2011, bill is not passed in Parliament. The bill offers good compensation and favourable conditions to the farmers whose land is acquired for a government project. The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government had introduced LARR bill in Lok Sabha during first week of the month.
Since then, Ring Road Sangharsh Samiti has been motivated and gearing up for their demands. The farmers are of the view that the state government will be forced to make good compensation as per bill and all their demands will be met.
"That is why we have started to protest for six months during which the bill will be probably passed. Meanwhile, we will also not allow the JDA official (along with contacted company for the project) to do work on our land. We will continuously 'disturb' their work," said a leader associated with the Samiti.
The farmers protested against the JDA officials when they went to survey their land for project.


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Ring road project: JDA to start camps for land acquisition process

JAIPUR: Despite getting a cold shoulder from the farmers who boycotted Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) camps for acquisition of land for the proposed ring road project in majority of the zones, the civic body has once again announced to start the camp from October 12.

Earlier, the farmers had boycotted the camps as their negotiations with the state government on compensation and acquisition of land were still on without much breakthrough.


As violence was witnessed in the camps in some zones, officials of the JDA felt that without resolving the farmers' demands, organsing the camps was a hasty decision and putting officials at risk as well.


"It's a tough situation for the officials as they are in a fix. Farmers take them as their enemies," an official source said.
The new camps will be organized in 15 villages for the proposed 47-km ring road project. During the camps, officials will issue reservation letters, pay compensation for structures on their land and invite farmers to fill the optional letters for the project. Till date, around 62% farmers have taken their reservation letters.


So far, JDA has acquired 360 metre of land. It has also proposed development corridors on either side of the 90-metre transport corridor road which has not gone down very well with the farmers.
JDA officials claimed that half of the problem was already solved after the empowered committee accepted the farmers' demands and said the project will start soon. But, no actual date to start the project has been announced as yet by the authorities.


On the other hand, the farmers have also decided to continue their protest against the project for at least six months till the new Land Acquisition Rehabilitation and Resettlement (LARR), 2011 Bill is passed by Parliament. The farmers had also protested against the JDA officials when they went to survey their land for the project.



"The farmers are fighting for their rights for the past six years. We will asked them not give up their land unless the LARR Bill is implemented. Once it is in existence, the state will be forced to pay compensation accordingly," Virendra Katewa, a leader of the farmers' movement, said.


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Jaipur: From Wednesday, the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) will once again start organising camps in villages to compensate farmers for their fields that have been acquired for the 47-km-long Ring Road project. However, the Ring Road Sangharsh Samiti decided to continue boycotting the camps.

According to the sources, the Authority will set up camps in 15 villages. In these camps, the officials will issue reservation letters to farmers. The farmers will be also asked to fill optional letters for the location of their compensated land in the proposed Ring Road Project.

The Authority, earlier, had set up these camps. However, the farmers gave cold response to such camps and a few farmers had attended the camps while most of them boycotted.

The Ring Road Sanghasrsh Samiti, a group against the project, had asked the farmers to boycott the camps until their demands are met.

The Samiti is demanding from Authority to acquire farmers land for the 90-metre Ring Road instead of 360 metres proposed.

Also they want cash compensation except land for their fields.

The representatives of the Samiti again have been active and geared up to mobilise farmers asking them not to attend these camps.

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