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had called his family moments before he was shot to say that he was being followed,” said deputy superintendent Raj Kumar Mishra. natural or man-made disasters and exclusion from healthcare. The ministry recently evolved a financial model for acquiring items for which their current owners seek payment. ?our guys? The idealist approach argues that if our goal is a unifiedmultisectariandemocratic Syriathen simply arming the good rebel would not be sufficient to get there We (or Nato) would have to have boots on the ground to help them topple Assad and then stay for years to keep the warring parties from murdering each otherto suppress the violent extremists in each community and to help the moderates write a new social contract It would take another Iraq-scale intervention – something we did not do welland which very few Americans would vote to repeat Some would say that we dont need boots on the groundas proved by the Libyan intervention Really Libya is an example of the lets-send-them-some-arms-and-hope-we-get-lucky approach Lets remove the Gaddafi regime from the airarm the rebels on the ground and then hope they come together and produce a decentpluralistic democracy So farweve not been very lucky The transition government has not been strong enough to bring order to Libyaand the instability there has metastasised In Syriawe would be hoping thatwith just small armsthe rebels could at least fight Assad and Friends to a stalemate so the regime would agree to negotiate Assads departure Even if by some miracle that were to happenso much more blood would be spilled along the way that we would still need an international peacekeeping force to referee any post-Assad power-sharing deal All volunteersplease raise your hand Those are the options as I see it None feel very good because those in Syria who are truly fighting for a democratic outcome are incredibly bravebut weak and divided Those who are fighting for a sectarian or Islamist outcomethoughare full of energy and well financed Thats why staying out guarantees that only more bad things will happenbut going inbig or smallwould not guarantee success From a leader in The New York Times For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aditi Raja Gopal B Kateshiya RITU SHARMA | Updated: March 28 2017 12:07 am (Clockwise from top) Chandaben Parmar of Maganji ni chali in Ranip Ahmedabad who is helping her fellow slum-dwellers get sanad; Javed Raja and Gopal Kateshiya Top News Earlier this month the state government gave out title deeds to around 600 families after ‘The Gujarat Validation of Possession of certain Lands of Excess Vacant Land Vested in the State Government (under the Urban Land Ceiling and Regulation Act 1976) Ordinance 2016’ was cleared The ordinance was aimed at regularising all residential properties built on government land acquired under Urban Land Ceiling and Regulation Act 1976 Seen as an exercise that will reap huge political dividends it is expected to benefit around 70000 families in the five major cities of Ahmedabad Vadodara Surat Rajkot and Jamnagar The total land covering such residential areas is almost 3388 lakh square metres The government has so far received 11000 applications the last date being April 30 (it was extended after the March 15 deadline expired) In order to apply the residents have to produce any two of the following to corroborate their identity and place of domicile – ration card aadhaar card passport driving licence EPIC electricity property tax or water bills along with a copy of notices given under Sections 61 (eviction) and 202 (vacating the land) of Gujarat Land Revenue Code 1879 After receiving the application and fee (Rs 10000 for 100sqm plots and Rs 25000 for land bigger than that) the mamlatdar issues a notice inviting objections from any person within a period of one month from the date of submission of application In case of objections the mamlatdar hears all claims After everything is cleared the application is approved and the applicant gets a notice to pay the remaining amount calculated as per jantri (ready reckoner for market rates of land set by the government) The payment needs to be made within a month of receiving the notice failing which the application will be rejected After receiving the payment the mamlatdar passes an order of validation of occupancy and allotment of excess vacant land The occupants in whose favour the order is passed under sub-section 4 of Section 7 or his heirs however can’t transfer such land before 15 years If the stakeholders fail to apply for regularising their plots the mamlatdar has the power to treat it as an encroachment and take possession of the residential structure Here’s a look at some of the applicants and beneficiaries in four cities: The lucky No1 Ahmedabad Survey number 111/1/1 Rushabh Flats Acher — it is indeed the lucky first one to get a sanad (title deed) from Chief Minister Vijay Rupani during a function at Tagore Hall on March 11 thus legalising the apartment built on ‘excess vacant land’ as identified by the revenue department Twelve of the 16 two-BHK flat owners of Rushabh Flats built on a 40134 sqm plot on main BRTS route near Acher stop became the first legal holders of the structure which was till date considered encroached on Most of them belong to low income groups Rest four had decided to sue the owner and builder of the society So they were left out Society chairman Vimal Patel said now even they had applied “We believe our survey number to be a very lucky one We are the first ones to have got the orders” said Patel The society residents had learnt about the status of their land in 2004 “So when this scheme was announced last December we grabbed the opportunity and visited the mamlatdar office in Sabarmati the very day we heard about it The office was still working out the rules so we were asked to visit after three-four days” said Patel who runs a travel agency “When the government is itself approaching us then why should we back out Even the government officials at the mamlatdar office were very supportive available round the clock for any query” said Jitendra Rathod the society secretary Each household had to pay Rs 53113 (the amount calculated on jantri rates) and Rs 10000 as application fee The society was built in 1999 on the plot owned by Hakmaji Andaji Chauhan Same year when the Urban Land (Ceiling and Regulation) Repeal Act 1999 came into effect this plot was identified as ‘excess land’ by the state government Till 2004 all revenue documents were in the name of ‘Rushabh Sabarmati Association’ However the state took the ownership after a survey in 2004 Ahmedabad’s collector office has received 6441 forms till March 18 and so far 55 sanads have been given by the revenue department Those willing to regularise their plots will have to pay Rs 10000 as an application fee for a 100 square metre land and Rs 25000 for areas bigger than that This will be adjusted in the final amount calculated as per the jantri rates So far 32913 households have been identified on 557 ‘excess vacant’ plots of a total of 1530637 square metre area in Ahmedabad alone But only 19 per cent have been surveyed As many as 23 such plots have been identified in Sabarmati area alone on which a dozen slums exist Though the scheme seems lucrative for the humble slum dwellers the application fee is a major hurdle “For us paper work is not the only problem It is the initial sum of Rs 10000 as the application fee” says Chandaben Parmar (39) resident of Maganji ni chali in Ranip under Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation’s New West Zone The slum has around 400 houses and is mainly populated with people from Thakore community (Other Backward Class) Nearly 100 have been identified and served notices under the state government’s Urban Land (Ceiling and Regulation) Repeal Act 1999 Barring around 15 kutcha houses majority of the remaining one-room dwellings are brick-walled with corrugated tin roofs Many have to borrowed money on interest or from their relatives in order to apply Only 17 inhabitants of the chaali have applied and none have got a sanad yet Majority of the residents here are uneducated and are either daily wage labourers or rickshaw drivers says Chandaben holding a sheaf of application forms as she returned from the nearest bank A native of Mehsana but settled in Ahmedabad since decades now Chandaben is considered a ‘social worker’ by the residents Married to Ganeshbhai an auto rickshaw driver for 20 years she gave up her small saree business which she ran from her one-room house some six months back and has been working full time to help the residents get sanad She also got her parents’ application filled and submitted for their Motera house that also falls under ULC The revenue department has also identified point persons like Chandaben for achieving their target of sanads “We have identified residents like Chandeben from different areas with whom we can communicate make them understand and convince them about this scheme” said Mamtaben Sojitra additional resident deputy collector? The petitioner has demanded that ?Written by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Published: July 19 We have been lucky that a segment of the public has been loyal to us for the past 25 years. be it actors or investors.

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