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FARMER GROUP ALLOWS LAND POOLING IN PHAGI
Jaipur: For the first time, a group of farmers have proposed to the State Government to acquire land under the land pooling law.
The farmers are from Phagi Road and a meeting chaired by Advisor to UDH GS Sandhu will be held on January 6 to discuss the proposal.
After several years long exercise, the Land Pooling Act was implemented in the state on April 4, 2016.
The law came into force during the previous BJP government but rules were not implemented. When the Congress government came to power, the rules were implemented in May 2020.
The farmers of the villages located on Phagi Road of Jaipur district have voluntarily proposed to give their land to the state government under this act for the purpose of the development of the area.
The farmers are from Shrirampura, Balawala, Dabla Khurd, Lakhna and Achrawala villages. It has been said in the proposal that there are Rohini first, second and third residential schemes in this area located south of the city.
380 bighas of land has been acquired by JDA for NRI scheme and more than 1000 bighas of JDA owned land is available for various schemes in village Chittoda.