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No land compensation after 37 years; 77-year-old moves CIC

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New Delhi: Amid a debate on land acquisition, three departments dealing with the issue here--DDA, Land Acquisition Collectors, and Land and Building--are "harassing" land owners in the matters of giving compensation, the Central Information Commission has held.

 

 

 

 

The case came before Information Commissioner Sridhar Acharyulu when 77-year-old Lajinder Singh came with the plea that he was not getting proper response on his RTI applications through which he wanted to know status of compensation for his land acquired 37 years ago in 1977-78.

 

 

Read at: No land compensation after 37 years; 77-year-old moves CIC | Zee News

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MANOJ B. PATEL

This is a best example of so called good governance and transparency of Government. Why they do not apoint CIC and CVC?

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