Monday, March 01, 2021

Displaced due to Jewar airport will be rehabilitated in a better way: Yogi

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that the rehabilitation of the families, who will be displaced during the construction of Jewar airport in Noida, is the priority of the government as there should be better rehabilitation mechanisms as the whole process should be carried out after consultation with the families. 
 The Chief Minister issued these directions while reviewing the progress of the project on Monday on the occasion of the signing of the State Support Agreement between Yamuna International Airport Private Limited and Noida International Airport Limited constituted by Zurich Airport International AG, the chosen developer for Jewar Airport. 
 CM said that the population of Nagla Ganeshi and different hamlets of village Rehi coming on the way of the proposed runway should be shifted first. 
“This issue should be addressed by March 6. The process of allotment of plots of displaced population should be conducted with complete transparency. It should also be broadcast live,” CM said. CM said that a committee should be constituted for the rehabilitation process under the chairmanship of Additional Commissioner Meerut Division. 
It will be appropriate to nominate retired IAS and retired judges as observers. “Even the Chief Minister's Office should regularly review the work of the Jewar Airport project,” CM said. The District Magistrate of Gautam Budh Nagar told the Chief Minister that 48.0979 hectare of land has been arranged in Jewar Bangar for rehabilitation of the displaced population.
01/03/21 UNI 
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