For the first time, Jaipur Development Authority is going to launch its one of the biggest housing scheme. The JDA new plot scheme 2018 will have over 3000 plots of different sizes and the project will be spread over the area of 1,350 bighas. These plots will be developed by the authority and the reserve size of plots would be Rs 16,000 per square metre. The actual price of these plots would be late decided by the finance department. The JDA’s biggest housing scheme would be launched by the end of February at Village – Ninder, Jaipur-Sikar Highway.
Besides, the authority is also planning to develop another scheme at Ajmer road, near Bagru toll plaza. The planning of the project is under process and the schemes will help the authority in growing up from the financial crises.
The source informed that the farmers of Ninder village will not give possession of their land. The state government back stabbed the farmers and did not stick to their commitment. The farmers were put behind bars after the consensus was given to end the protest. Earlier, farmers of Ninder village had lain half-buried on the ground for 30 days against the acquisition of their agriculture land. They had ‘called off’ their protest on October 31 after receiving written assurance from the JDA to conduct a fresh survey of the acquired land.
Ninder farmers, who had recently ‘called off’ their protest after receiving assurance from the government, alleged that the authorities had breached the contract.
The protester informed that the survey was not conducted by the state government and they are forcefully acquiring our lands. Farmers alleged that majority of JDA’s housing schemes developed in past 10 years were still lying vacant and, yet, it was bent upon developing a new scheme, that too by uprooting the farmers and snatching away their means of livelihood. The civic body is developing a housing project without its utility after taking expensive land from the farmers.
Further he added that the land of farmers should be acquired as per the new Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act. In the new rules, it is clearly mentioned that the government cannot acquire land, if consent from 80% farmers is not given. Also, government is not providing any compensation to the farmers.