NMIA: CIDCO inks lease agreement with project affected families

By Accommodation Times Bureau

THANE:

Among the ten villages of Navi Mumbai International Airport, along with the villagers of Ganeshpuri village, on October 20, CIDCO’s co-director of the Board, Prajakta Lavangare Verma held a meeting in order to solve all the problems related to project rehabilitation, the Deputy Collector has been appointed as Nodal Officer for each village by the CIDCO.

According to the meeting, “22.5 % of the airport projects are provided by the government and the best packages are provided under the rehabilitation scheme and the various demands made by the Committee of Project Committee are being fulfilled.”

So far, a lease agreement has been signed with 151 families of 214 project affected families in Ganeshpuri village out that 45 of the families have also taken possession of the land given to them due to rehabilitation.

It has been reported from the ongoing debate with the project boundaries of Ganeshpuri village that some land which is payable to the project developers in Sadar village is in full jurisdiction and rest of the remaining plots are ready for construction, an official explained in the meeting.

Sub-district officers have been appointed as Nodal Officer for all the 10 villages for the rehabilitation of the project affected villages. Nodal officers will take meetings in air-induced villages from time to time to make all processes related to rehabilitation related matters like rent tenure and possession of plots.

The process of rehabilitation will be possible due to the cooperation of the project seekers. CIDCO has been appealing to the participants to participate positively in the entire process to get this international status done as soon as possible.





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