Greater Noida: Yamuna Authority has overcome the major constraints before starting land acquisition for Jewar International Airport. Reserved land has been changed from agricultural use to airport. It was stamped in the meeting of the Yamuna Authority on Monday. Now it will be sent to the government for approval. The government has approved in June for constructing International Airport in Jewer. Yamuna Authority has reserved three thousand hectares of land for the airport, but this land is still registered for agricultural use in the master plan of the Authority. It was necessary to change the land use before the land acquisition for the airport. Therefore, the 61st Board Meeting of the Authority got approval for change in Bhupyog Yojna. 1 The state government will construct the airport. He has created the Yamuna Authority as the nodal agency.
The Authority needs Rs 3 thousand crore for land acquisition. In order to raise this amount, the CEO of the Authority Dr. Arunvir Singh had held a meeting with HUDCO and NCR Planning Board last week. Hudco has given theoretical approval for loan of Rs 3,000 crore on 10.5 percent interest. The NCR Planning Board has agreed to provide a loan of five hundred crores at a rate of 7.5% interest rate. Proposal for nomination of agency for preparation of 1 technical feasibility report has already been sent to the government. But this proposal has not received a green signal. Dr. Arunvir Singh, CEO of the Authority said that the talks have been done with the government in this regard. Will be allowed soon 1 They told that in the wake of Jewer International Airport, four ramps were made on Yamuna Expressway. Two have been constructed in this. Two more ramps will be built by JP Infratech.