Permission will no longer be required to buy Dalit land in UP! Before the arrival of the new township policy, the noise intensified
Lucknow: According to the proposed new township policy of Uttar Pradesh, now colonies can be established even on small lands. New colonies can be built on a minimum of 12.5 acres in cities with a population of less than two lakhs and 25 acres in big cities. Rumors are also going on that DM’s permission will not be needed to buy land belonging to Dalits and Scheduled Tribes. On Tuesday, the new township policy was presented in front of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath by the Housing Department.
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SP tightened its stance even before the policy came
It will be a big deal if the proposal not to take DM’s permission to take the land of Dalits and Scheduled Tribes is passed. Although nothing is clear yet, the Samajwadi Party has tightened its grip on the Yogi government. Samajwadi Party media cell has tweeted- ‘Now the land mafia of BJP will easily be able to capture the land of Dalits. By threatening Dalits, they will be able to buy their land at cheap prices.
The BJP-ruled Yogi government is anti-Dalit. BJP leaders are land mafia. BJP leaders encroach on the land of Dalits by committing hooliganism and erect buildings on it.
Rules for passing maps in private townships will be strict
As per the proposed new policy of the housing department, there will be at least 24 meter wide roads leading up to the colonies and 12 meter wide roads within the colonies. The rules for passing the map in private townships will be strict. There will be a provision for issuing separate completion certificates for specific sectors. The map of the sector which has the certificate will be passed. Without Completion Certificate Naksha will not be passed. The requirement of minimum 500 acres for setting up a colony in the currently implemented Integrated Policy and minimum 1500 acres in the Hi-tech policy will be abolished.
Courtesy: Navbharat Times
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