Today the Full Bench consisting of Hon'ble Mr. Justice
Ashok Bhushan, Hon'ble Mr. Justice S.U. Khan and Hon'ble Mr. Justice V.K.
Shukla assembled in Court no. 21. Hon'ble Mr. Justice Ashok Bhushan
pronounced 387 pages judgment in the land acquisition matter of Noida and
Greater Noida, the leading case being writ petition No. 37443 of 2011 Gajraj
and others Vs. State of U.P.& others. Hon. Mr. Justice S.U. Khan pronounced
concurring judgment containing 12 pages.
Out of 471 writ petitions, 20 writ petitions of villages
Nithari, Sadarpur, Khoda, Sultanpur, Chaura Sadatpur and Alaverdipur
relating to Noida have been dismissed on the ground of laches.
25 writ petitions of villages Devla, Yusufpur Chaksahberi
and Asdullapur, relating to Greater Noida have been allowed and
notifications dated 26.5.2009, 22.6.2009, 10.4.2006, 6.9.2007. 27.1.2010 and
4.2.2010 have been quashed. The petitioners' land will be restored subject
to deposit of compensation already received by them.
Rest 346 writ petitions have been disposed of with the
directions for payment of additional compensation to the extent of ratio
64.70%; the petitioners shall be allotted developed plot to the extent of
10% of their acquired land.
The Greater Noida and its allottees have been directed
not to carry on development; and not to implement master Plan 2021 till the
observations and directions of NCRP Board are incorporated in Master Plan
2010 to the satisfaction said Board.
Chief Secretary to appoint officers not below the level
of Principal Secretary to conduct a thorough inquiry regarding the acts of
Greater Noida in implementing Master Plan 2021 without approval of NCRP
Board; decision to change the land use; allotment made to the builders; and
indiscriminate proposals for acquisition of land and thereafter the State
shall take appropriate action in the matter.