Kalsanka-Gundibailu works to get over soon

Speaking to Deccan Herald, CMC Commissioner Gokuldas Nayak informed the stretch is widened to make it 60 feet width. The work for Kalsanka-Tangadagadi is over. The work for 3 km stretch extending from Tangadagadi to Kalsanka is under progress and acquisition process for 5 acres of land is nearing completion, he added.

The compensation package for the acquired land has been calculated keeping development for the next 10 years in mind. As much as Rs 1 lakh is given for 1 cent of land and as much as Rs 13 crore have been earmarked for the compensation to the evacuees of Shivalli and Puttur Gram Pancahayath areas. There are 160 inhabitants in the area. Notices have been issued to 70 people in the first phase of acquisition process, of which 40 of them have received Rs 2.5 crore of compensation.

Gokuldas informed that once the four-laning process is over, the public who make their settlements on either side of the stretch should make arrangements for parking slots on their own. The CMC will not provide any sort of facilities. The constructions should be done with the space for setback on either side, he said.

The CMC will permit for the evacuees to construct new houses and repair the old settlements. However, the door numbers for the houses will be issued based on the recent changes in the area, Nayak informed. Besides Rs 13 crore, the fund earmarked by the government for the project, the CMC has earmarked Rs 6 crore funds for the purpose.

 

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