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Post SC ruling, Noida villages to move High Court

The SC recently asked the UP govt to return the 156 hectares of land it had acquired in Shahberi village.

Zeenews Bureau

New Delhi: A day after the Supreme Court cancelled land acquisitions in Shahberi village, farmers of other villages that constitute Noida Extension have now decided to approach the Allahabad High Court against acquisition of their land by the government.
As per reports, Friday, a decision in this regard was taken at a panchayat held in Bisrakh village yesterday after which the residents of Itehda, Bisrakh, Patwari and Chauganpur decided to approach the Allahabad High Court to reclaim their land.

The Supreme Court had on Wednesday asked the Uttar Pradesh government to return the 156 hectares of land it had acquired in Shahberi village to the farmers terming it inappropriate and unjustified.
Builders such as Amrapali, Supertech, Panchsheel, Ajnara and Paramount Builders see NOIDA extension as a golden opportunity and the following facts clearly communicate this.

In totality, about 2000 acres of land was taken from 11 villages by 25 builders who planned to build about 2.5 lakh apartments in the NOIDA extension area.

In addition, about 1 lakh under-construction apartments were already been booked in the NOIDA extension project.
The 11 villages that come under NOIDA extension are Shahberi, Itaidha, Haibatpur, Rauja, Patwari, Emnabad, Tusyana, Saii, Khairpur, Chaugunpur and Bisrakh.

Given the nervousness and panic that has gripped investors and most of all the customers who dreamt of buying a “dream home” for themselves following the SC verdict, officials at the Greater Noida Authority are exercising extra caution while commenting on the issue.

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