KGP (Kundli- Ghaziabad- Palwal) Expressway

Reported by

Sapna YadavLand Conflict Watch

Last updated on

October 28, 2019

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The farmers of Palwal have alleged that they have received low compensation for their land which was acquired by National Highway Authority of India for the Eastern Peripheral Highway which is also known as KPG (KundaliGhaziabadPalwal) expressway. The Supreme court has asked the NHAI to complete the work on its schedule, which is July 2018. Raghav Chandra, the chairman of NHAI has claimed that all the disputes pertaining to the construction has been resolved and he also made said that almost 70% of the compensation has been paid to the farmers, which is contested by the farmers of Palwal district. The number of households the people is not known. But media sources reveal that 7 to 8 villages are affected.

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Private and Common

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The National Highway Authority of India, Government of Haryana

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