Central Government Issues Public Notice for Land Acquisition for Belagavi Ring Road
In a significant development for infrastructure growth, the Central Government has issued a notification for the acquisition of lands to construct, maintain, manage, and operate the NH848R Belagavi Ring Road. The notification, published in the Gazette of India Extraordinary, outlines the acquisition of land from Km. 0.000 to Km. 69.387 in the district of Belagavi, Karnataka.
Under the provisions of sub-sections (1), (2), (3), and (4) of section 3(G) of the National Highways Act, 1956, the Central Government has called upon the landowners and interested individuals of the affected lands to submit relevant documents within 21 days from the date of publication. The documents, which may be submitted either in person or through a legal practitioner, include sale/partition deeds, other titles, revenue records of the present year, mutation copies, NA order copy, layout plans, and any other relevant documents.
The villages affected by the proposed Belagavi ring road include Agasage, Kadoli, Gojage, Mannur Ambewadi, Kallehol, Uchagaon, Turamari, Bachi, Beigundi, Bijagami, Navage, Santibastawad, Bahadarwadi Waghawade, and Zad-Shahapur. These communities are likely to witness changes in their landscape and may experience altered traffic patterns due to the road’s construction.
The Special Land Acquisition Officer, National Highways Ring Road, Belagavi, has been designated as the receiving authority for the documents. Landowners are also required to provide their expected amount of compensation along with proof of justification. The Last Date of Inquiry is 21 Days from the publication of the said/above gazette. Failure to comply with this request may result in compensation being awarded based on the records available in the office.
In addition, the notification serves as a caution to the property holders that they should refrain from cultivating further crops on the lands vested with the Government of India, as per the aforesaid notification. Any crops grown on the acquired lands after the notification will not be eligible for compensation.
The place for landowners and interested parties to submit their claims and relevant documents is situated in Belagavi, behind the SBI Bank, opposite Shivam Residency, Sharada Enclave, 1st floor, Plot No. 255, CTS number 9216, Shivabasava Nagar, Belagavi-590010.
The construction and expansion of the Belagavi Ring Road are expected to provide improved connectivity, enhanced transportation, and better opportunities for economic growth in the region. The project will facilitate smoother and faster movement of goods and passengers, thereby boosting trade and tourism in the area.
The public notice emphasizes the government’s commitment to ensuring a fair and transparent process for land acquisition, while also underscoring the importance of timely compliance from the landowners and interested parties involved. As the development of NH848R Belagavi Ring Road progresses, the government aims to strike a balance between progress and equitable compensation for those affected by the acquisition.
All affected parties are encouraged to approach the Special Land Acquisition Officer at the designated address and submit their claims and relevant documents within the specified timeframe. The successful implementation of this infrastructure project is expected to bring about positive changes in the region’s transportation and overall development.
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