These are 5 villages that will become sectors
According to the officers of Noida Authority, the land of Mohipur, Jhatta, Dostpur Mangrauli, Nalgadha and Madhera villages is being acquired. 71.45 hectares in Mohiapur village, 0.247 hectares in Jhatta village, 6.6520 hectares in Dostpur Mangrauli, 44.1422 hectares in Nalgadha, 0.6773 hectares of Madhura are being acquired. Land is being purchased from farmers by giving them some part of the land along with cash or cash.
A total of 218 hectares of land is being acquired from 5 villages. 534 crore rupees have been paid to 947 farmers. At the same time, 41 thousand square meters of land has been given to 276 farmers. After the completion of the land acquisition, the land of all the 5 villages will be merged in the city. At the same time, villages will be developed in the name of Sector-161, 162, 163, 164, 165 and 166.Corona News: Extra production of oxygen has started in these cities of UP, see full list here
This will be the specialty of the new Noida
According to Noida Authority CEO Ritu Maheshwari, the investment zone of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Railway Corridor will be developed in the new Noida. This corridor will pass through seven states of Delhi, western Uttar Pradesh, southern Haryana, eastern Rajasthan, eastern Gujarat, western Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh.
According to Dr. Santosh Upadhyay, OSD of Noida Authority, SEZ will also be developed in the new Noida. Under the SEZ, industrial units, industrial estates, agro and food processing zones, IT, ITS and biotech zones, skill development centers, knowledge hubs, logistics hubs and integrated townships will be given opportunities in this scheme. He says that given the experience of Noida and the planning of CEO Ritu Maheshwari, the Noida Authority has been selected for this big and important project.