With the Allahabad High Court setting August 12 as the deadline for the stakeholders in the Greater Noida land row, the Greater Noida Authority (GNIDA) and builders on Wednesday initiated the first round of negotiations with farmers offering them annuity, cash incentive and other sops. The Authority conducted talks with the affected farmers and their leaders and discussed the new rehabilitation policy and benefits.
Speaking to reporters, GNIDA CEO Rama Raman said that they would like to have negotiation talks starting from Patwari village. He also said that there are two approaches to deal with the problem, which is either directly negotiations with the impacted farmers or their representatives. He also highlighted that the authority is also open to give flexible norms for the farmers to return the compensation that they have taken for the abadi (settlement) land via easy installments etc as they are ready to return back the abadi land back to the farmers.
The authority also showed interest in giving the 6 per cent of the land acquired for the development for which the authority will be working out respective modalities. Apart from this, Raman also communicated that the authority is also working out details to give a better compensation for the farmers for the land they had acquired. The builders whose projects now face an uncertain future have deputed their agents to contact the farmers. Builders have offered Rs 2,000 to 3,000 per sq mt of additional amount.
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