Inhabitants, confronting dislodging because of a proposed metro rail venture here, today dismisses the migration offer made by Metro-Link Express for Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad (MEGA) Co. Ltd. under the watchful eye of the Gujarat High Court, contending that the region being referred to is “publicly aggravated”.
The 22 candidates, who own homes and shops in Jivraj Park Society, have rather requested movement to the plots accessible in Prahladnagar or Manekbaug ranges of the city.
The matter was heard by the division seat of Justice Akil Kureshi and Z K Saiyed.
MEGA had made an offer to the task influenced occupants to move to a plot circumscribing Vejalpur and Juhapura. Be that as it may, they restricted the proposition expressing that the range was publicly aggravated and was among the first to be influenced in the occasion of collective uproars.
The occupants said they are willing to move to both of the two territories – Prahladnagar or Manekbaug- – which they have recommended, if offered migration there. MEGA said it would think about the choice offered by them.
Respondent Anil Gupta, General Manager (Planning) of MEGA, had prior expressed that the organization will proceed to procure the area if the candidates consented to be moved to the territory.
The candidates, including inhabitants and shopowners of Mangal Deep and Vishwakarma Residential Societies of Jivraj Park territory from where the north-south lifted hallway of the proposed metro rail begins, had moved the high court, claiming that procurement of their properties by MEGA was not as per Land Acquisition Act of 2013.
They had guaranteed that they would lose their homes and shops because of the task and state-claimed MEGA, undertaking the venture of Metro Rail, is not prepared to give anything past money remuneration against the obtaining of their properties, which is an infringement of the Act.
The following hearing on the matter is booked on April 12.