Land pooling for AP capital deadline to be extended again
Land Pooling for AP Capital Deadline to be Extended Again. With two days left for the AP government\'s agenda to collect 30,000 acres by February 15, the land pooling exercise to build its new capital appears to have met bottlenecks and hurdles and ready to extend deadline by another 15 to 30 days.
With two days left for the AP government's agenda to collect 30,000 acres by February 15, the land pooling exercise to build its new capital appears to have met bottlenecks and hurdles and ready to extend deadline by another 15 to 30 days.
As of February 11, the AP government has so far been successful in garnering just 12,000 acres and is scheduled to deliver 30,000 acres possession to its Singapore consultants and japanese builders by end of February to commence operations.
According to CRDA officials, the government has accepted their recommendation for another extension of 15 to 30 days to facilitate the entire process in the wake of hostile political campaign by the YSRCP, CPM and the CPI against the land pooling.
Only villagers of Tullur, Nelapadu, Sakhavaram and Anantavaram had come forward to surrender their lands in exchange for the governments offers. But the villagers of Rayapdui, Undavalli, Penumaka and Tadepally had outright rejected the government officer and demanded another 75 percent more in prices and land exchange offers. Of the total 29 villages, farmers of over 15 villages are still dilly-dallying and comparing them with the open market prices offered in the wake of capital city emerging there.
According to CRDA officials, there were more 9.3 forms ( opposing land pooling) rather than 9.2 forms (favouring land pooling) emerging in the month-long campaign and awareness exercise with farmers and residents of the villages ear marked for Capital formation.