Ghaziabad: Ghaziabad governing body discovers a land scam of Rs. 16 Crore. An investigation into the land securing for Delhi-Meerut freeway (NH24) venture has discovered authorities from the area judge’s office and an IAS officer tricked ranchers of a few crores through ‘fake’ buy of land.
An investigation into the land securing for Delhi-Meerut freeway (NH24) venture has discovered authorities from the area judge’s office and an IAS officer tricked ranchers of a few crores through ‘fake’ buy of land.
The issue became exposed when a gathering of almost 20 agriculturists from Nahal, Dasna and Kushaliya formally held up a grievance with the state government guaranteeing that they were swindled by authorities from the region justice’s office. It was expressed in the protest that it was done after the notice of Delhi-Meerut Expressway venture.
“According to administer, deal and buy of land after the warning isn’t permitted. For this situation, the notice for Delhi-Meerut Expressway venture was issued in 2011. Notwithstanding, authorities who were up to date of things acquired land from the villagers for the sake of their relatives at a low cost before the warning,” said the official, who was a piece of the four-part request board. “They kept the ranchers oblivious about the approaching notice. In 2012, the authorities bought their territories for the sake of their relatives on a hover rate of Rs 1,700 to Rs 1,800 sqm while they sold off a similar land to the legislature at a rate of Rs 7,000 to 8,000 for every sqm,” said the authority.
As of late, when a gathering of ranchers conveyed the issue to the state government, it requested divisional chief Prabhat Kumar to investigate the issue. He thusly framed a four-part panel under Ghaziabad DM which included boss advancement officer, ADM (arrive obtaining) and ADM (fund) to test the issue. “We were given a 15-day time to test the issue. On September 1, we presented the answer to the divisional magistrate,” said the authority.
“Out of 458 registries which occurred around then, we found that almost 20 arrive dealings were done in a ‘deceitful’ way in which an IAS officer, a PCS officer and one ‘amin’ and their relatives had benefitted to the tune of about Rs 16 crore from the land dealings ” said the authority.
At the point when media addressed Prabhat Kumar he declined to expound on the issue however affirmed that he has recived the report which will be sent to the state government. “Now, I can’t unveil anything other than I have gotten the report,” said Kumar.
Executive Narendra Modi had established the framework stone for Delhi-Meerut Expressway venture in December 2015. The procurement of land started soon. Up until now, about 400 crores have been granted as pay.