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Maharashtra govt clears handing of 21-acre plot to Dharavi project

Thursday, 13 Jun 2024
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The Maharashtra government’s dairy development department has cleared the handing over of a 21-acre plot of the dairy at Nehru Nagar in Kurla in Mumbai to the Dharavi Redevelopment Project and the Slum Rehabilitation Authority. The plot can be used to rehabilitate slum dwellers who were ineligible for free accommodation under the Dharavi project, a JV between the state government and Adani Group.

Currently, the plot houses the dairy, staff quarters, a cold storage plant, and the main administrative office, among others. The state government will have to arrange for alternate accommodation for people living in the staff quarters. The government has earlier allotted nearly 2.5 acres of the Kurla dairy land to the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA)  for constructing a viaduct and a station for Metro line 2B.

In the Government Resolution (GR) issued on 10 June, 2024, the dairy development department cites the Dharavi project as of public importance, and will offer a 25 percent lower price than the ready reckoner rate for the rehabilitation of Dharavi slum dwellers. The Dharavi Redevelopment Project (DRPPL) has announced that eligible residential tenements in Dharavi will get flats with independent kitchens and toilets measuring a minimum 350 sq. ft., which is 17 percent more and the highest among slum redevelopment projects in Mumbai. Eligible residential tenements are for those in existence before 1 January, 2000. 

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