Dilie: The central government has donated a land of Gujarat to a bullet rail project. She stayed in Germany and came here to India. The first person to give land to the government in Gujarat for the bullet train.
Savita Ben from Chansad village in Gujarat went to Germany for 33 years and settled there. She has 71 acres of land in Chhansad. Out of this, 29.50 acres of land is Rs. The National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRLL) has been paid 30,243.3. “Savita came to India specifically to give land for this project. Thank you for this. This is the first land we have collected in Gujarat, “NHSRCL spokesperson Dhananjay Kumar said. Savita runs a restaurant with his sons in Germany.
The government has been working on setting up a bullet train between Gujarat and Maharashtra. A total of 508 km of the corridor will have 1,400 hectares of land in both states. Of these, 1,120 hectares of land belong to private individuals. Railway officials want this land to be given. However, land acquisition has become difficult because farmers and landlords do not accept it. In Maharashtra, only 0.09 per cent of the land has been acquired.