Noida Extension investors move High Court
The buyers contend that quashing of land acquisitions often makes them suffer for no fault of theirs.
Allahabad: Around 2,000 flat buyers,
affected by quashing of land acquisition in Noida Extension,
have moved Allahabad High Court asking to be heard as the
court decides on more farmers petitions, who have complained
of inadequate compensation.
The application was moved by a newly-floated body,
"Noida Extension Flat Buyers` Welfare Association" which has
requested that while deciding petitions relating to
acquisition of land in villages like Roza-Yaqoobpur and
Bisrakh-Jalalpur, "they too be allowed to tell their side of
the story", the applicants` lawyer S D Singh said.
The buyers contend that quashing of land acquisitions
often makes them suffer for no fault of theirs.
The court had, on July 19, quashed the acquisition of
nearly 600 hectare of land in Patwari village of Gautam Buddh
Nagar district where a number of housing projects are