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‘Kanjur land is for affordable housing, not metro’

'Kanjur land is for affordable housing, not metro'
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Mumbai: The Garodia family, who has risked the claim for 500 hectares in Kanjurmarg and Bhandup – part of the state for the Depot Metro – has told the Maharashtra government that he intends to use affordable land.
Housing together with Shapoorji Pallonji construction company.
The documents purchased based on the Rights Act on Information (RTI) show that Maheshkumar Garodia, who claimed to be a tenant of land pan salt owned by the center, has been very objected to the country’s plan to use a portion of this Marshland hamlet to regulate.
Metro rail cars are shed for lines 3 and 6.
The country has so far been unable to find alternative sites for cars that are shifted after shifting depots for the Metro Line 3 of the environmentally sensitive Aarey belt, where more than 2,000 trees cut.
“I want to send what I have, through Shapoorji Pallonji, submitted a proposal for the development of the land for an affordable generation of housing units and is under the active consideration of the Government.
The State Revenue Department is also a study group under the leadership of additional head secretaries, finance, to study Our proposal and submit recommendations, “Garodia’s objection letter to the Deputy Director of City Planning (Mumbai Besar).
The letter was on December 3, 2020, said Garodias had become a tenant of around 500 hectares of land since the last few decades.
This includes around 249 hectares within the boundaries of Kanjur Village (Salt Jenkins) and Bhandup Village and 251 Hectares of Tanah Marsh Kanjur (Karya Salt Arthur).
Garodia said in 2005 he was forced to move the High Court of Bombay, challenging the command of “thoroughly illegally” which was passed by the Deputy Commissioner of the salt that ended the lease.
The court on April 26, 2005, provided interim assistance to benefit it, he added.
The lawsuit was then transferred to City Civil Court, who detained the salt department from sending him.
“The problem is still delayed for final disposal with the court and the command mentioned above binding, valid, and resting,” Garodia said.
Last December, the Bombay High Court criticized the command of the Suburban Mumbai collector which stated Kanjurmarg plot as state property.
The court said the center and service of Mahesh Garodia had made a “very strong case” to keep his order to transfer 102 hectares of land Kanjurmarg to MMRDA for metro car warehouses.
In a separate petition Mahesh Garodia, claiming to be a central tenant on the ground for more than a century, argues that MMRDA and the state have “all that is known is the central land” but without hearing it has moved land for metro warehouse cars.
Although there was a temporary order in the 2005 lawsuit between Lessee and the Center as debated by him, HC said the collector had tried to hand over it to MMRDA, which borders “fraud”.
Zoru Bhathena activist, who filed RTI, said the objection of Garodia was pure to exploit the soil for itself.
“He claimed he had signed a development agreement with Shapoorji Pallonji and that his commercial interest in developing a plot was affected.
This, came from someone who rented had expired.
It is very surprising that he has stopped the depot for the Metro line,” he said.
Of the 500 hectares here, the state has risked 102 claims for Metro Lines 3 and 6.

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