Ranchi: The process of land acquisition has started for the construction of a four-lane road from Kanke to Pandra.
It will acquire 9.758 acres of land.
An order has been issued regarding this by the Ranchi District Land Acquisition Office.
It has been said in the issued order that the inspection of the land plan can be done by the District Land Acquisition Officer on any day.
The land to be acquired will not be sold or bought.
If any person has objection regarding this within 60 days from the date of publication of the notification, he can file an objection in the office of the District Land Acquisition Officer.
Ranchi District Land Acquisition Branch had organized a public hearing in three zones (Hehal, Ratu and Kanke) from July 28 to August 2 regarding land acquisition.
A public hearing was organized for the farmers of Pandra and Misirgonda in Hehal zone on July 28, Chatakpur and Navasoso in Ratu zone on August 1, Chandwe, Konge and Jaipur in Kanke zone on August 2.
The land owners were asked to appear in the circle with the necessary documents.
A four-lane road will be built to connect Pandra to Kanke Road at a cost of about 253 crores.
With the construction of this road, it will be easy for the residents of Ratu Road to go to Kanke Road via Pandra, Chatakpur, Navasoso.
After the construction of the road, people will not need to go to Kanke Road via Piska Mod-Ratu Road.