Greater Noida: Chairman Prabhat Kumar expressed his displeasure at the delay in the report of the allotment of plot to less than the compensation rate of farmers in Yamuna Authority area. He has instructed the ACEO Amarnath Upadhyay to complete the investigation in a month and submit the report. After the investigation report the chairman will take action. Other purchase reports related to purchase of land have also been asked to make available soon.
In the BSP govt, prized possession of the precious land on the banks of the Yamuna Expressway was allocated to the builders of the cowards and owners of educational institutions. The acquisition of land and the compensation rate to the farmers was done at the expense of about 23 hundred rupees per square meter. Generally, the authority allocates the plot at four to five times the rate of land acquisition rate. This gives the Authority the revenue to fulfill development projects in the area. Development work is done in this village from this amount. Allotment of land to less than the compensation rate has been allocated to the beneficiaries of authority builders and educational institutions.
Thirteen builders and academic institution owners were allotted plots of 25 to 250 acres of plot on a thousand acres of land, with a plot of Rs 1576 per square meter. With this, the Authority has to directly elect close to seven hundred rupees per square meter. Authority chairman Dr. Prabhat Kumar had ordered an inquiry into the allotment of plot about a month and a half ago. So far the investigation has not been completed. The chairman asked the investigating officers if they were unable to give it. The chairman fired on it. He instructed ACEO Amarnath Upadhyay to complete the investigation and submit the report within one month. It is said that heavy rigging was done in allotment of land in 2008 during the BSP regime. By keeping the rules in mind, the builders and owners of educational institutions were benefitted. The related allotments have not yet been constructed. Authorities also have crores of rupees for their installments.
After getting the inquiry report, it will be possible to find out how rigging the land allotment has given financial loss to the authority. Action will be taken against anyone who is guilty in this. Dr. Prabhat Kumar, Chairman Yamuna Authority