Rewari: The rigor of the court is doing its job in the case of HSIIDC not paying enhanced compensation for the land acquired in Malpura for the development of the industrial sector. Fearing action, company officials have already deposited an amount of Rs 4.33 billion ahead of the hearing on the two execution petitions. Many other petitions are still pending before the court.
Despite the Supreme Court’s decision to provide higher compensation to landowners, HSIIDC has failed to pay many farmers their dues. These farmers asked ASJ Dr. Submitted a petition to the Supreme Court of Sushil Kumar Garg. Several lawsuits were filed in the same court, challenging HSVP’s failure to pay the increased compensation. While hearing both the cases, the court had earlier taken strict action and issued arrest warrants against the officials and directed the SP to comply with these orders. Thereafter, HSVP and HSIIDC will deposit the outstanding amount of their respective petitions prior to the date of the court hearing. These officials are once again afraid of issuing arrest warrants.
Deposited the amount of two petitions
HSIIDC has appointed Prem B. An amount of Rs.43284453 was released for two petitions namely Dutta v. State of Haryana and M/s Milestone and Others v. State of Haryana. The main applicant is Sultan Singh, resident of Malpura. The release of the amount has brought great relief to those involved in the case. Many other applications for increased compensation after the purchase of land are pending before the court.
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