Victims of development....seeking for better compensation regarding NH 169 Road Widening..

Victims of development....seeking for better compensation regarding NH 169 Road Widening..

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Victims of development.

The nation is thriving. Highways are widening. National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) is acquiring land from Mangalore to Karkala for NH169 quadrangle. The proposal has been going at turtle speeds for the past six years.
The first 3A notification was issued in 2016 and
After unexpected changes in the punctuation, the project has finally gained momentum. Meanwhile, the NH Authority has refused permission to cite the NH expansion over the past ten years when people who own land on the NH's side have come forward to develop their land.
Farmers are losing their precious land, many are losing their well-established business, their homes. Those who lose land and livelihood are in distress. But NH officials are taking stern action on these concerns.
The amount of compensation paid for agricultural land is 10-20% of the market value.

Says a farmer from the village of Belvai, “We have converted a small farm on our farm because a small building had to be built.
Agricultural land adjacent to converted land in the same survey number is also adjacent to NH. I miss both of these farms for NH. The NHAI will pay 3.5 crores per acre on converted land and Rs 34 lakh / acre on unmodified land.
That is, ten times the value of my farmland. I'm amazed! The market value of land adjoining the NH, whether converted or not, is around Rs 3 crore per acre in Belvai.
Throwing a few coins on our faces and throwing them out of our own earth. We need to carefully save these coins, perhaps for the next ten years to cross over to Karkala beyond Mangalore and beyond.
See "Toll fee required to pay".
It is shocking that shopkeepers are tagged with a low cost of Rs 10,000 to Rs 60000 / -. Mr J B Sequera is about to lose his petrol pump in Kaikamba. He says, “I have 12 employees at my service station and the business is smooth with good income. To the Good Willie that NHAI has earned for me over my 14 years
60000 for just Rs. Says painfully.
“The value given to commercial structures is less than market value,” he says.
Many such traders face an uncertain future and the NHAI is shifting away from its obligations, rather than paying enough money in return for acquired land.
[04/03, 08:52] Nitin Suv: It is surprising that NH intellectuals who fail to distinguish between residential and commercial buildings, which classify the technical status of the transition as landscape.

Mr Padmanabha says, “My house is located on 10 cents of land. My yard and the well of the house
I'm losing. What do I do with the rest of the house without losing the front part and shapeless? Do I descend directly from my home to the footpath? Why don't the NH take over my land? ”


Land conversion fees currently payable by the government are around Rs 500 to Rs 1000 per cents. By paying just 800 rupees / cents, if the value of land of the same type of land increases from thirty thousand to 3.5 lakhs, that is totally irrelevant.

For the past ten years, the government has been refusing to convert land to many farmers who wanted to apply for conversion of their land next to the NH, claiming that their land would still be acquired on the NH map.

However, some people recently converted their lands in 2019. Ironically, the government will benefit those who disobey the order and those who follow the order are being punished. In fact, NH authorities offer better compensation for buildings built on encroached land.
Taxpayer money is used for such purposes, but farmers and businessmen own their private land and superintendents
They are insulted for not getting the least possible value for the business and not enough good money.
Says Sadashiva Shetru of Beluvai village
"Mr. Shishumohan, the Director of Planning, has cited the NH Guidelines for all our miseries. If the same land type and the outlook differ ten times the value of the two adjacent plots, there is definitely a serious blunder in the NH Guidelines, or the NHAI misinterprets or misrepresents the guidelines.
It is the duty of MPs and MLAs to bring the guidelines to the attention of the concerned Ministry for amending and correcting the Guidelines, if the Guidelines for the Welfare of the Citizens have been formulated and not proven.

Our politicians stand in Parliament, the well of the assembly and proclaim that the peasantry is the backbone of the nation. As farmers who are losing their land, we now have to pray about keeping our backbones straight after the land grab ”.

Acquisition of land for purposes other than NH expansion, such as land acquisition for industrial area
Eighty percent of land owners need to approve compensation rates or they are offered alternative lands in the surrounding area. Why isn't this opportunity for NH landowners?

Most farmers prefer a fair market value or alternative land with direct access to the road within a radius of 500 meters.
The shopkeepers demand better compensation for their buildings and higher costs for business losses because this will impede their livelihood and family survival balance.

Landlords are requesting the NHAI to take over the entire farm if the occupant wishes to do so for those who lose most of their residential property.
Landowners are assured that the Center will take note of their plight and provide justice.

[04/03, 08:48] Nitin Suv: We are victims of development


The nation is thriving. Highways are widening. National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) is acquiring land from Mangalore to Karkala for NH169 quadrangle. The proposal has been going at turtle speeds for the past six years.
The first 3A notification was issued in 2016 and
After unexpected changes in the punctuation, the project has finally gained momentum. Meanwhile, the NH Authority has refused permission to cite the NH expansion over the past ten years when people who own land on the NH's side have come forward to develop their land.
Farmers are losing their precious land, many are losing their well-established business, their homes. Those who lose land and livelihood are in distress. But NH officials are taking stern action on these concerns.
The amount of compensation paid for agricultural land is 10-20% of the market value.

Says a farmer from the village of Belvai, “We have converted a small farm on our farm because a small building had to be built.
Agricultural land adjacent to converted land in the same survey number is also adjacent to NH. I miss both of these farms for NH. The NHAI will pay 3.5 crores per acre on converted land and Rs 34 lakh / acre on unmodified land.
That is, ten times the value of my farmland. I'm amazed! The market value of land adjoining the NH, whether converted or not, is around Rs 3 crore per acre in Belvai.
Throwing a few coins on our faces and throwing them out of our own earth. We need to carefully save these coins, perhaps for the next ten years to cross over to Karkala beyond Mangalore and beyond.
See "Toll fee required to pay".
It is shocking that shopkeepers are tagged with a low cost of Rs 10,000 to Rs 60000 / -. Mr J B Sequera is about to lose his petrol pump in Kaikamba. He says, “I have 12 employees at my service station and the business is smooth with good income. To the Good Willie that NHAI has earned for me over my 14 years
60000 for just Rs. Says painfully.
“The value given to commercial structures is less than market value,” he says.
Many such traders face an uncertain future and the NHAI is shifting away from its obligations, rather than paying enough money in return for acquired land.
[04/03, 08:52] Nitin Suv: It is surprising that NH intellectuals who fail to distinguish between residential and commercial buildings, which classify the technical status of the transition as landscape.

Mr Padmanabha says, “My house is located on 10 cents of land. My yard and the well of the house
I'm losing. What do I do with the rest of the house without losing the front part and shapeless? Do I descend directly from my home to the footpath? Why don't the NH take over my land? ”


Land conversion fees currently payable by the government are around Rs 500 to Rs 1000 per cents. By paying just 800 rupees / cents, if the value of land of the same type of land increases from thirty thousand to 3.5 lakhs, that is totally irrelevant.

For the past ten years, the government has been refusing to convert land to many farmers who wanted to apply for conversion of their land next to the NH, claiming that their land would still be acquired on the NH map.

However, some people recently converted their lands in 2019. Ironically, the government will benefit those who disobey the order and those who follow the order are being punished. In fact, NH authorities offer better compensation for buildings built on encroached land.
Taxpayer money is used for such purposes, but farmers and businessmen own their private land and superintendents
They are insulted for not getting the least possible value for the business and not enough good money.
Says Sadashiva Shetru of Beluvai village
"Mr. Shishumohan, the Director of Planning, has cited the NH Guidelines for all our miseries. If the same land type and the outlook differ ten times the value of the two adjacent plots, there is definitely a serious blunder in the NH Guidelines, or the NHAI misinterprets or misrepresents the guidelines.
It is the duty of MPs and MLAs to bring the guidelines to the attention of the concerned Ministry for amending and correcting the Guidelines, if the Guidelines for the Welfare of the Citizens have been formulated and not proven.

Our politicians stand in Parliament, the well of the assembly and proclaim that the peasantry is the backbone of the nation. As farmers who are losing their land, we now have to pray about keeping our backbones straight after the land grab ”.

Acquisition of land for purposes other than NH expansion, such as land acquisition for industrial area
Eighty percent of land owners need to approve compensation rates or they are offered alternative lands in the surrounding area. Why isn't this opportunity for NH landowners?

Most farmers prefer a fair market value or alternative land with direct access to the road within a radius of 500 meters.
The shopkeepers demand better compensation for their buildings and higher costs for business losses because this will impede their livelihood and family survival balance.

Landlords are requesting the NHAI to take over the entire farm if the occupant wishes to do so for those who lose most of their residential property.
Landowners are assured that the Center will take note of their plight and provide justice.

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