Agreement Between Farmers And Crda
In accordance with the agreement signed with the APCRDA, farmers should be in physical possession of parcels by February 2019, i.e. within three years of notification of the Community scheme. The non-allocation of land would mean that the government has violated the APCRDA law. Meanwhile, the ruling YSR Congress wanted to turn the tide against Mr. Naidu and project itself as the savior of the peasants. With the bill to repeal the A P CRDA Act, the current government has tried to assure farmers that it will develop the plots and hand them over to farmers. However, CRDA Commissioner N. Srikanth says, «Overall, farmers would receive reusable plots near their village/country. And according to the government`s assurance, the peasants of Jareebu will receive reusable land in the triangular regions. In some villages, it may not be possible to take into account the system of zones provided for in the perspective plan. Despite this, the CRDA expects the exercise of reusable plots to be completed by April-May in the first week, he says. But CRDA mismanaged while allocating plots with its own layout and without notice to the peasants. Farmers were asked to register their plots without even showing them the layout of the allocated plots. The peasants realized that the plots allocated to them were facing south and that CRDA was also creating cemeteries in their arrangement and inséging them as plots.
The CRDA would allocate the built plots in relation to the land abandoned by the peasants. The CRDA is looking at different options and issues related to the size of the land. If a farmer is to receive a plot of 120 m² and the default land is 125 m², the farmer should pay the amount of the remaining 5 square meters. The CRDA plans to allocate developed land with an area of 125 square meters by 4,000 square meters. It is planned to give farmers plots of 1,000 square meters, 700 square meters and 500 square meters. Similarly, the fact that a farmer receives more square meters than the allocation is another problem. The government plans to issue a commercial certificate by calculating the value of the remaining square meters. The petition is expected to be heard on Tuesday. In accordance with this petition, the peasants requested that the APCRDA resume development activities in Amaravati, in accordance with the capital`s master plan. «This is not a foolproof agreement. This is not explicitly about the fate of farmers in the event of a project delay and has not clearly defined the ease to which the farmer is entitled,» lead attorney R.N. Hemendranath Reddy told Deccan Chronicle.
On the other hand, the agreement took several precautions to protect the interests not only of the CRDA, but also of the agencies that would buy the developed country from the government. The CRDA prohibited farmers from stopping development work and argued that the specific clause had been included in the interest of potential buyers and the scheme. Role and responsibility of the AP CRDA: Vis-à-vis landowners in the framework of the land pooling programme: – carry out land pooling and develop land for the provision of reconstituted land. – issue the legal receipt of the request for consent with documents. – allocate the reconstituted plot by lottery in the presence of a third party or more landowners. . . .