Kherki Daula Toll shifting

Reported by

Sapna YadavLand Conflict Watch

Last updated on

October 6, 2019

Location of Conflict

KherkiManesar Panchayat



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The source of conflict is over the distance of relocation of Kherki Dhaula Toll Plaza to Sehrawan. The NHAI wants to relocate the toll plaza some 11 km away from the existing one towards Sehrawan for which 65 acres of land has to be acquired and according to Manoharlal Khatta, the CM of Haryana, the land has been transferred to NHAI. But contrary to these claims, no land transfer has yet happened and the concerned 65 acres still belong to the Manesar Panchayat who are demanding the toll plaza to be relocated around 5km from Sehrawan towards KundaliManesarPalwal Expressway which would save them 59 acres of land. This issue that has been pending for long and both the state and the central governments are under pressure to yield to the demand of residents to have the toll point relocated.

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Private and Common

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Government of Haryana, National Highway Authority of India, Public Works Department of Haryana

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