APCRDA Allots Lands To Farmers From Two Villages

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We deliver what we promise – the phrase seems to now echo stronger than ever when it comes to what the APCRDA has done recently in lines of Land Pooling Scheme.

The AP Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) has allotted lands to the villagers who have contributed their lands under the Land Pooling Scheme (LPS) scheme for construction of the Capital city, Amaravati.

The new developed plots were allotted to the farmers of Pichukapalem and Dondapadu villages at the CRDA office. They were allotted through lottery method. After conducting two trial runs of the lottery system, the officials have allotted the residential plots to the farmers.

Close to 498 farmers in Pichukapalem gave 767.97 acres to the government towards the building of capital. The CRDA had allotted 674 residential plots and 442 commercial plots to these contributors.

Close to 243 farmers in Dondapadu gave 241 acre under the Land Pooling Scheme. The Authority has allotted 203 residential and 163 commercial plots.

Source – The Hindu



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