No End In Sight For Abadi Land Rown Between Noida, Farmers

After a day of heavy-duty negotiations between the Noida Authority and farmer leaders on Monday, they still do not seem to have arrived at a compromise on the issue of abadi (residential) land regularisation. The farmers have said that no agreement has been reached in this regard, and their agitation planned for September 21 would continue.
However, senior officials of the Noida Authority presented a different picture, stating that there was consensus on most issues that the farmers had raised, with only one or two needing further negotiations.
The sticking points between the two sides pertain to regularisation of abadi land, including commercial establishments, the delay in handing over developed plots, and a land dispute in Sorkha village. On Saturday, the Noida Authority had released a list of 1,095 farmers from 12 villages whose abadi land would be regularised, and would be given 5 per cent developed plots.
Mahinder Awana, spokesperson of the Kisan Sangharsh Samiti, said, “Only a small part of the abadi land has been regularised. Also, some of us have shops on our abadi land. We want them to be regularised without any fee, but the Authority says that we would only get them on lease. We want them to be given to us, freehold. It was part of our agreement on July 30, due to which we stopped agitating.”


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