Farmer families still live on the land acquired from the airport

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jewelry store. Tata Projects will soon begin construction on Jewar Airport. At the same time, BKU spokesman Rakesh Tikait has held a mahapanchayat here to demand compensation from farmers four times. Rakesh Tikait will hold talks with officials on Tuesday. At the same time, a different view is visible on the site of the airport under construction. Many peasant families still live on land acquired for the airport. Dissatisfied with the four-fold compensation displacement policy, the farming families of Rohi village are able to survive under the scorching sun by putting up huts without electricity and water. In this situation, it can be a challenge for the agents to convince these families and reconcile them with the demands of the farmers. Presentation of the report by Manoj Kumar Sharma ..
Farmers concerned about the policy of compensation do not leave the ancestral village
For the first phase of the airport, 1351 hectares of land were acquired from farmers in six villages, including Dayanatpur, Rohi, Banwariwas, Kishorepur, Parouhi and Ranhera. Farmers were completely displaced from the village of Rohi. It has been almost a year since the replacement works. At the same time, many families of farmers dissatisfied with the four-time compensation and displacement policy are still camping in their hometown of Rohi without electricity, water and basic facilities. Even today the family of Ramswaroop son Kanha, Hansraj son Suraji, Ramswaroop son Jahariya, Baljit son Kamal Singh and the family of Sevaka Valmiki live in the village setting up huts.
Track trees and terminal area are being cut down
Construction work on the runway and the terminal building will begin on site first. Therefore, local trees are being cut down. At the same time, many trees are being moved elsewhere. So there is no delay in the works on the airport runway and the construction of the terminal.
Tata’s team camped at the site under construction, building an office
Yamuna International Airport Private Limited (YIAPL) had selected Tata Projects to build the airport terminal and runway building. The contract was signed on Wednesday. At the same time, since Sunday, Tata Projects has begun work on refurbishing the site’s office. At the same time, work has begun on transporting the necessary machinery and equipment used in the construction work to the airport grounds.
The responsibility for building the office was transferred to Utopia Constro
The Zurich-based airport builder, based in Switzerland, through its Indian company YIAPL, has begun work to establish offices for the deployment of engineers and officials on site to monitor and report on the construction of the airport. On Sunday, Utopia Constro Company began construction work on the company’s office on 17,000 square meters of land.
Tomorrow there will be a meeting with the agents regarding the demands of the farmers
Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesman for the Bharatiya Kisan Union, had arrived at the Kisan Mahapanchayat in Jewar on Thursday to raise the voice of farmers affected by the airport. On the occasion, he had demanded compensation four times, increasing the rate of the circle, providing basic facilities to the families of displaced farmers. Following that, it was decided that the farmers’ delegation would hold talks with the authority and administrative officials at the YIDA office on Tuesday to find a way out.

jewelry store. Tata Projects will soon begin construction on Jewar Airport. At the same time, BKU spokesman Rakesh Tikait has held a mahapanchayat here to demand compensation from farmers four times. Rakesh Tikait will hold talks with officials on Tuesday. At the same time, a different view is visible on the site of the airport under construction. Many peasant families still live on land acquired for the airport. Dissatisfied with the four-fold compensation displacement policy, the farming families of Rohi village are able to survive under the scorching sun by putting up huts without electricity and water. In this situation, it can be a challenge for the agents to convince these families and reconcile them with the demands of the farmers. Presentation of the report by Manoj Kumar Sharma ..

Farmers concerned about the policy of compensation do not leave the ancestral village

For the first phase of the airport, 1351 hectares of land were acquired from farmers in six villages, including Dayanatpur, Rohi, Banwariwas, Kishorepur, Parouhi and Ranhera. Farmers were completely displaced from the village of Rohi. It has been almost a year since the replacement works. At the same time, many families of farmers dissatisfied with the four-time compensation and displacement policy are still camping in their hometown of Rohi without electricity, water and basic facilities. Even today the family of Ramswaroop son Kanha, Hansraj son Suraji, Ramswaroop son Jahariya, Baljit son Kamal Singh and the family of Sevaka Valmiki live in the village setting up huts.

Track trees and terminal area are being cut down

Construction work on the runway and the terminal building will begin on site first. Therefore, local trees are being cut down. At the same time, many trees are being moved elsewhere. So there is no delay in the works on the airport runway and the construction of the terminal.

Tata’s team camped at the site under construction, building an office

Yamuna International Airport Private Limited (YIAPL) had selected Tata Projects to build the airport terminal and runway building. The contract was signed on Wednesday. At the same time, since Sunday, Tata Projects has begun work on refurbishing the site’s office. At the same time, work has begun on transporting the necessary machinery and equipment used in the construction work to the airport grounds.

The responsibility for building the office was transferred to Utopia Constro

The Zurich-based airport builder, based in Switzerland, through its Indian company YIAPL, has begun work to establish offices for the deployment of engineers and officials on site to monitor and report on the construction of the airport. On Sunday, Utopia Constro Company began construction work on the company’s office on 17,000 square meters of land.

Tomorrow there will be a meeting with the agents regarding the demands of the farmers

Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesman for the Bharatiya Kisan Union, had arrived at the Kisan Mahapanchayat in Jewar on Thursday to raise the voice of farmers affected by the airport. On the occasion, he had demanded compensation four times, increasing the rate of the circle, providing basic facilities to the families of displaced farmers. Following that, it was decided that the farmers’ delegation would hold talks with the authority and administrative officials at the YIDA office on Tuesday to find a way out.

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