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Acceleration of works of Noida International Airport, land of 14 villages will be acquired for the third-fourth phase



Naida: Land from 14 villages will be acquired for the construction of the third and fourth phases of Noida International Airport being constructed in Gautam Budh Nagar district. Officials released the information on Friday. He informed that the Yamuna Development Authority has sent the land acquisition proposal to the district administration for approval. According to Yamuna Development Authority officials, 10% of the amount to be spent on the acquisition of the said land will be handed over to the district administration this week, while the acquisition of 1,365 hectares of land in the second phase has been launched. .

Dr. Arun Singh, Director General of Yamuna Development Authority, said the authority had sent a proposal to the administration for the land of 14 other villages regarding the airport project. He informed that 1,334 hectares of land would be acquired in the first phase, 1,365 hectares in the second phase, 1,318 in the third phase and 735 hectares in the fourth phase.

2 thousand hectares of land from 14 villages must be taken

Dr Arun Singh informed that 2,053 hectares of land was to be taken from 14 villages including Dayanatpur, Bankapur, Parohi, Rohi, Kishorepur, Mukimpur Siwara, Sabauta Mustafabad, Kishorepur, Ramner, Banwari Bas, Khwajpur, Thora, Neemka- Shahjahanpur , Jewar Bangar and Ahmedpur village are included. He informed that a total of 4,752 hectares of land would be required for the four phases of Noida International Airport. According to Singh, so far, the process of relocating six villages has been completed while the process of relocating and acquiring another six villages is ongoing. He said that for the third and fourth phase, approval has already been received from the state cabinet for the relocation and land acquisition of 14 villages.

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