Noida News: After the GIS survey, the authority is now going to launch a campaign to free its land from encroachers and use it for different purposes. This campaign also includes providing residential plots to farmers. Giving details of the matter, officials said that to protect government land from encroachment in all the 124 villages under its jurisdiction, the Greater Noida Authority has decided to conduct a Geographic Information System (GIS) survey soon.
The authority took important steps
Let us tell you that the authority has taken this step when the authority realized that most of its land has been grabbed by different people. Officials said the survey will also help the authority determine how much land is used for residential purposes by farmers outside the core population of the village.
The authority is expected to start the survey next month and complete the work within two months, officials with knowledge of the matter said, adding that drones will be used to conduct the survey.
The authority continues to run campaigns to free the land from encroachment.
The authority has been carrying out regular operations to free its land from encroachers and demolish illegal constructions. Officials said that after the survey, it is likely that the authority will launch a mega drive against land grabbers to demolish illegal constructions and free up their land for planned development.
The official further said that the survey will reveal how much land has been grabbed in each village. After this the authority will collect village wise data of encroached land. Let us tell you that this land can be used to allot residential plots to those farmers. Whose land was acquired for development.
Officials said that as per rules, he allots 6% of the total acquired land to the land owner for residential purposes. There are hundreds of farmers who have not yet been able to get residential plots under this rule. And these farmers keep protesting against the Greater Noida Authority, thereby disrupting the smooth functioning of the authority. Officials believe that the land freed up in each village can be allotted to farmers as residential plots, thereby solving the long-standing problem.
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