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Chautala warns of Nandigram type violence in Haryana

Coming down heavily on the incumbent Harayana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and accusing him of working hand-in-glove with Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) president Om Prakash Chautala today said that the State may soon experience Nandigram like violence.

By Manoj Ojha

New Delhi, May 5 : Coming down heavily on the incumbent Harayana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and accusing him of working hand-in-glove with Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) president Om Prakash Chautala today said that the State may soon experience Nandigram like violence.

"Keeping in view the dissension among the farmers of the State, it will not be a surprise if we see Nandigram repeating itself here too. The farmers have been protesting against the proposed Special Economic Zone (SEZ) of RIL from the date of its announcement, but they are forced to hand over their fertile land," Chautala said.

He accused the State Government of grabbing the fertile lands by using all wrong means.

Chautala alleged that the Hooda government has procured three-crop fertile lands from farmers but have forced them to give their thumb impression on affidavits, which claim that those are only one-crop or barren land.

Commenting on the amount of compensation paid to farmers, Chautala accused the government of paying far below compensation than market price of the land.

"In IMT Manesar, which is quite far away from industrial set up like that of Honda, the lands were acquired at the rate of 750 million rupees per acre, but the lands acquired by HSIDC that were given to RIL were procured at a throw away price of 1.25 million rupees per acre," he added.

At least 14 people were killed in protest against land acquisition for a proposed 10,000-acre SEZ of Salim Group in West Bengal's Nandigram village, earlier this year.

ANI

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