A sum of round Rs 240 crore is estimated to be spent in improvement of the land at Jewar Bangar. The township would have developed plots, streets, gentle and water facility, put up workplace, and different civic facilities, as mandated by the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabiliation and Resettlement (RFCTLARR) Act, 2013, the officers mentioned.
“The Notification u/s 19(1) of the RFCTLARR Act, 2013 for acquiring around 48 hectares of land has been issued, paving the way for rehabilitation and resettlement of the families being displaced from the land acquired for the Noida International Airport at Jewar (sic),” Principal Secretary, UP authorities, S P Goyal tweeted.
About 1,334 hectare land has been acquired from six villages of Rohi, Dayanatpur, Kishorepur, Ranhera, Parohi and Banwari Bans within the area for the development of the primary section of the undertaking at a price of Rs 4,588 crore, in keeping with officers.
The undertaking would impression 8,971 households of those villages, whereas 3,627 households must be displaced and rehabilitated, in keeping with undertaking paperwork.
The Jewar airport, billed to be the largest in India upon completion, will finally be unfold over 5,000 hectares and is estimated to price Rs 29,560 crore, the officers mentioned.
The undertaking is being managed and operated by Noida International Airport (NIAL), a particular company floated by the state authorities, whereas Swiss agency Zurich Airport International AG has been chosen because the developer for the mega undertaking.