Ayodhya: The filing of land was not rejected in 11 years, the trust bought it in a month

The land which Harish Pathak and Kusum Pathak could not get filed in 11 years due to disputes. Got agreements with different people thrice. His filing was rejected as soon as the deal with the Ram Mandir Trust was done. The land which was bought by the Ram Mandir Trust for 18.50 crores, the cost of that land according to the circle rate is Rs 5 crore 79 lakh 84000. This land has been bought by the trust for 3 times more.

Controversy continues over the land purchased by the Shri Ram Mandir Trust in Ayodhya. During the entire 10 years from 2011 to 2021, many disputes arose regarding this land and some points of these disputes were such that question the deal of this land purchased by the temple trust. The land which Sultan Ansari and Ravi Mohan Tiwari bought from Harish Pathak and Kusum Pathak and sold it to the trust, the filing of that land could not be rejected in 10 years. Whereas after a month of selling the land to the trust, the filing of the land was rejected.

Harish Pathak and Kusum Pathak were continuously dealing with this land since 2011, in which an agreement was made on 20 November 2017 for 2 crore 16 lakhs. The name of Ichharam Singh, father of former BSP MLA Jitendra Singh Bablu, was also included in the agreement of this land. But if the filing in the name of Harish Pathak was not rejected, then this agreement made by Jitendra Singh Bablu was cancelled.

Till 2019, a total of 9 cases were registered on land deals done by Harish Pathak. On 17 September 2019, an agreement was made with nine people including Sultan Ansari’s father Irfan Ansari and Jitendra Singh Bablu’s father Ichha Ram Singh for 2 crores, but when this land was bought by the trust, this agreement was done with 9 people. It was canceled and a new agreement was made with Sultan Ansari, son of Ravi Mohan Tiwari and Irfan Ansari.

The land which Harish Pathak and Kusum Pathak could not get filed in 11 years due to disputes. Got agreements with different people thrice. His filing was rejected as soon as the deal with the Ram Mandir Trust was done. The land which was bought by the Ram Mandir Trust for 18.50 crores, the cost of that land according to the circle rate is Rs 5 crore 79 lakh 84000. This land has been bought by the trust at 3 times higher prices.

In any government scheme, the amount of compensation for land acquisition cannot exceed 2 times the circle rate in urban areas and 4 times in rural areas. But this land purchased by the trust in Ayodhya urban area was not doubled but bought for more than 3 times the price.

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