AP CRDA can implement a land pooling program and guarantees the restitution of reconstituted land and the payment of benefits to landowners per hectare of land of origin, which is abandoned under the rural pooling program, as follows: – jareebu: 1000 housing units, 450 commercial – metta: 1000 housing units, 200 commercial – Allocated: 800 housing, 100 annual commercial payments of RS. 30,000 for ten years with an annual increase of about 3000. Recently, Pawan Kalyan, CEO of Jana Sena, recalled his interaction with Mr. Naidu, in which he wanted to know how he would ensure the continuation of capital and the success of the rural pooling program in the event of a change of government. Mr. Naidu has repeatedly announced that appropriate measures will be taken to confer legal sanctity on Amaravati and ensure its continuation independently of the partisan party. Role of the farmer: – To give approval and facilitate investigation and delimitation. – straight lines on earth. – AP CRDA to transfer full rights against the guaranteed return of the reconstituted land near the pooled land.
– not to create burdens after the conclusion of an agreement with the authority responsible for land consolidation. – transfer of physical ownership to the land development authority. An area of 87.02 hectares, grouped under LPS in the capital Amaravati, has already been used for residential purposes for the poor, the GO said. They requested that the APCRDA be ordered to develop the land allocated to them under the rural pooling programme, to rapidly complete the main infrastructure and to give them physical ownership of the developed residential and commercial land. In accordance with the agreement signed with the APCRDA, farmers should be in physical possession of parcels by February 2019, i.e. within three years of notification of the Community scheme. The non-allocation of land would mean that the government has violated the APCRDA law. Vijayawada: Farmers who are agitated the transfer of AP`s capital from Amaravati will remain high and dry because some clauses of the development agreement they concluded with the government of the day, Chandrababu Naidu, prove harmful to their interests. . . .