Thursday, June 1, 2023

Gauhati High Court issues notice on PIL seeking compensation

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The Gauhati High Court issued notice on a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) alleging no action has been taken so far to release compensation to aggrieved landowners whose property were damaged during the two-laning of roads.

The PIL has been filed by the petitioners representing the Gayatri-Maytas 2 Land Damaged Victims Associations Chakhabama-Sidzu Section & Affected Landowner’s Union, Sakhabama Village, District-Kohima, Nagaland whose land, properties and houses etc were damaged during the two-laning of Longleng-Changtonya Road, Mon-Tamlu-Merangkong Road, Phek-Pfutsero Road and Zunheboto-Chakabama SARDP-NE (Phase-A).

More particularly, the aggrieved landowners numbering about 177 families whose land, properties and houses were damaged along the Zunheboto-Chakabama Road under the Administrative Jurisdiction of SDO(C) Dev, i/c Kezocha Circle under the Deputy Commissioner, Kohima District .

It is the case of the petitioners that although the Government has assessed the compensation payable to landowners, no action has been taken so far to release the compensation and due to which the aggrieved landowners are before the High Court by filing the present petition.

While considering the PIL, the Kohima Bench of Justice Kakheto Sema and Justice Marli Vankung issued notice to the Respondents.

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