Sir M vishweshwaraiah layout - Site owners group


mahesh c
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Re: Sir M vishweshwaraiah layout - Site owners group

Postby mahesh c » December 6th, 2013, 12:43 am

169039 wrote:8-)

Hi i won a Site in 6th block any updates on developments kindly share

mahesh

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Re: Sir M vishweshwaraiah layout - Site owners group

Postby shankymysore » December 9th, 2013, 9:00 am

Naval officer runs from pillar to post to get his plot back

BDA allotted the plot that was taken away by land grabbers
There isn’t a government official who contests Indian Navy Commander N. Sharavana Gowda’s allegation that the 4,000-sq.ft. plot allotted to him at the Sir M. Visveswaraya Layout by the BDA in 2003 has been swallowed by land sharks in collusion with some bureaucrats.

Yet, this Navy Commander who defended the country’s borders for 16 years continues to run from pillar to post to get back the land that is rightfully his. The Hindu contacted Upa Lokayukta Subhash B. Adi, BMTF Deputy Superintendent of Police Pramod Rao, Bangalore Urban Deputy Commissioner G.C. Prakash as well as senior BDA officials on Thursday to understand what exactly happened to Commander Gowda’s plot.

Including sources in the BDA, who wished to remain anonymous, all the officials said that the plot allotted to him had been illegally de-notified and handed over to land sharks with the help of some officials in the BDA and the Revenue Department.

Then what is preventing them from returning the land to its rightful owner? “It is not so simple; it’s a long story,” said an official who is attending the winter session of the legislature in Belgaum.

The beginning
It all started with two denotification orders passed by the Chief Minister’s office in June 2006 and September 2007. Thanks to the orders, the BDA returned two parcels of land measuring 10 acres, located in the Sir M. Visvesvaraya Layout, to two land developers. The legality of the de-notification, which was allowed on fully developed land where sites were already allotted, was promptly challenged in the High Court and the case is still dragging on.

However, the plot owned by Navy Commander Gowda was not supposed to be affected by the de-notification. “Those who benefited from the de-notification got more greedy,” he said. In collusion with officials in the tahsildar’s office, they managed to alter the revenue map, a fact that is corroborated by the Upa Lokayukta, the BDA and the BMTF. In the altered map, they left out some low-cost land and instead grabbed the land on which Navy Commander Gowda’s plot was located. “They did this because my plot was closer to an important road. If they got my plot they would have a contiguous stretch with access to the road. They wanted to build a gated community on the encroached land,” Mr. Gowda says.

In a letter to him on October 22, 2013, the BDA accepted that there has been an error and that the plot allotted to Mr. Gowda still belonged to him. The BDA arrived at this conclusion after they conducted a joint survey of land with the help of Revenue Department officials.

That should have settled the matter and he should have been able to start construction by now. “But then, things got tangled in red-tape once again,” he says. The letter of the BDA stated that it had written to the Bangalore Urban Deputy Commissioner on September 09, 2013, urging him to rectify the mistake in the records.

And that’s where the case is languishing right now. Deputy Commissioner Prakash has convened only three hearings of the case so far and none of them have lasted more than five minutes each.

According to sources, the Chief Secretary, Principal Secretary (Urban Development) as well as the BDA Commissioner have personally requested Mr. Prakash to expedite the matter but to no avail.

When The Hindu met him at his office recently, he said that he will pass appropriate orders within a week.

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Re: Sir M vishweshwaraiah layout - Site owners group

Postby skcwhitemeadows » December 23rd, 2013, 7:49 pm

Karnataka high court upholds withdrawal of denotification
TNN Dec 20, 2013, 03.22AM IST


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BANGALORE: The Karnataka high court on Thursday upheld a July 20, 2011 government order withdrawing a 2010 decision to denotify 3 acres 9 guntas of land acquired for the formation of Sir M Visvesvaraya Layout in Bangalore.

Observing that the order was only to rectify the grave illegality committed in 2010, Justice AS Bopanna dismissed petitions filed by the original land owners and also those who own revenue sites on that land prior to acquisition by the BDA.



The judge also noted that the 2010 order was in contravention of Section 48(1) of the Land Acquisition Act as possession had been taken. The court also directed the BDA to consider the request of revenue site owners for allotment of alternative sites in terms of a scheme suggested by the high court in 2005.

The land was acquired by BDA in 2003. In 2010, the government passed an order for denotifying the land on a direction issued by the then chief minister ignoring the opinion given by the urban development department. The department had advised against denotification, saying these lands are already vested with the government.

In July 2011, the denotification order was withdrawn after a group of allottees given sites by the BDA on this land moved the high court against it.

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Postby siteinsmv » July 8th, 2014, 1:37 am

The construction of 100 feet road upto NICE road.
This is the road which is in between SMV 2nd block and KHBS.

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Postby parkom » July 8th, 2014, 6:59 am

Hi siteinsmv, I hadn't noticed this road when I visited the layout in May and thought the only road designated as 100ft road on the map is the one separating the 1st and the 2nd blocks. Nevertheless, would you know if this road wwould actually allow access to the NICE road since the only access appears to be at Mysore road junction at this point in time.
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siteinsmv
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Postby siteinsmv » July 15th, 2014, 2:30 pm

Hi Parkom,

NICE road is barricade protected and only access would be through the tolls. So this road will not be an access to NICE but might pass under it connecting the area on the other side of the road. I get a feeling that this road may lead all the way to the proposed Kempegowda layout :-) (not sure though).

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Re: Sir M vishweshwaraiah layout - Site owners group

Postby sakhipriya » November 15th, 2014, 3:31 pm

i would like to know position of cauvery water connection in smv layout 3 rd block near 60ft road

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Postby siteinsmv » December 18th, 2014, 1:49 am

some updates on the road which was being constructed (is now more or less complete) and the water tank. :-)

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Re: Sir M vishweshwaraiah layout - Site owners group

Postby siteinsmv » December 18th, 2014, 2:03 am

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