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Ranchi Bharatmala Project: Land Acquisition and Infrastructure Development Updates

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Rahul Kumar Sinha, the Deputy Commissioner, reviewed the National Highway 23 (Gumla Palam Project) and instructed officials to coordinate with the affected residents to address arising issues. He emphasized the need to resolve problems by collaborating with the Project Director and ensure the payment of 205.08 acres of land under the total of 99 plots acquired, apart from the ongoing payment of 99 plots.

Under the Bharatmala Project, an expressway will be constructed from Ormanjhi to Jainamoda. This expressway will pass through 14 villages in Ranchi. Payments totaling INR 100 million have already been made to the residents out of the allocated INR 148 million. The remaining amount is expected to be paid soon.

Rahul Kumar Sinha also reviewed the National Highway 23 (Gumla Palam Project) and directed officials to resolve issues arising from obstacles faced by residents. Additionally, instructions were given to complete the pending payment of INR 16 million within this month. Furthermore, he urged officials to expedite the award announcement for the 205.08 acres of land under the 99 plots and ensure the payment for the structures located on it.{Ranchi Bharatmala Project}

Legal Procedures and Coordination

In a meeting held on Monday, the Deputy Commissioner reviewed land acquisition cases. He directed the payment of an additional INR 5.5 million received for Ranchi Ring Road. He also instructed the District Land Acquisition Officer to make a payment of INR 14.16 million from the remaining amount of INR 38.06 million for the Narotikra Toli project. Moreover, he emphasized the need to maintain legal procedures and resolve any obstacles in the process. Necessary information regarding legal issues or hindrances in the work should be communicated to the Executive Engineer of Path Construction and District Land Acquisition Officer for coordination and resolution.

Railway Authority’s Request and Land Acquisition

Railway officials requested the Deputy Commissioner to grant ownership of Sembo, Simhpur, Chate, Kudlam, Balalung, Baridiha, and Tikeri Toli in connection with the Lodhma Piska Bypass Project. The Deputy Commissioner directed officials to collect applications from residents during the announced camp in these villages. He also instructed the District Land Acquisition Officer to process the applications and maintain the legal framework for this work.

Compensation for Siramtoli Flyover Project

Regarding the Siramtoli Flyover Project, the Deputy Commissioner directed the District Land Acquisition Officer to settle compensation for the total 2.302 acres of land acquired for the elevated corridor path project from Siramtoli Chowk to Rajendra Chowk. He instructed the completion of the processing of all seven applications received for compensation payment today.

Resolving Issues and Contacting Affected Residents

In cases related to legal procedures or any obstacles in the ongoing work, the Deputy Commissioner instructed officials to inform the Executive Engineer of Path Construction and the District Land Acquisition Officer. He also emphasized the need to contact affected residents promptly for the construction of the new road that will connect Jharkhand Central University Cheri-Manatu.

Eradicating Traffic Jams in Ranchi

Deputy Commissioner Rahul Kumar Sinha, while reviewing all the ongoing flyover projects in Ranchi city, emphasized the crucial responsibility of all relevant officials. He stressed the need to work towards making Ranchi city completely free from traffic congestion, necessitating collaborative efforts from all authorities involved.

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