Jharkhand’s Putru toll plaza will start from November 22, this is the charge, police alert regarding protest of ryots – न्यूज़लीड India

Jharkhand’s Putru toll plaza will start from November 22, this is the charge, police alert regarding protest of ryots


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Published: Monday, November 21, 2022, 16:01 [IST]

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Ranchi, November 21- Preparations are on to start the Putru toll plaza on NH-33 at Galudih under Ghatshila police station of East Singhbhum district of Jharkhand from 8 am on Tuesday (November 22). Private and commercial vehicles will now be charged for traveling from Jamshedpur to Ghatshila-Bahragora via this route. The NHAI administration has alerted the administrative and police department of the district by sending a letter regarding law and order and security for starting the toll plaza.

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Opposition of ryots regarding Putru toll plaza

For the operation of Putru toll plaza and revenue (toll) collection, the NHAI administration has selected the agency M/s Westwell Iron and Steel Private Limited. Rs 358.74 crore has been spent on the construction of the project. It may be noted that 21 acres of land has been taken for the Putru toll plaza and NH 33 four-lane project as per rules, but the ryots have refused to take the prescribed amount in lieu of the land and are protesting. For this reason, starting the Putru toll plaza will not be less than a challenge.

Notification has been issued to start toll collection from 22 November. NHAI administration has issued a notification on Sunday after studying the fixed toll fee on the basis of gazette notification. In this, detailed information has been given that on November 22, the toll fee will start from eight in the morning.

Vehicle return in 24 hours one way

Cars, jeeps, vans and light motor vehicles Rs 60 Rs 95

Light commercial and goods vehicles Rs 100 Rs 150

Bus and truck (two axle) Rs 210 Rs 315

Three axle commercial vehicle Rs 230 Rs 345

Heavy Construction Machinery Rs 330 Rs 495

Oversized vehicles Rs 400 Rs 600

Ghatshila MLA Ramdas Soren said that he is standing with the local ryots who gave 21 acres of land near Putru toll. The case of agricultural land of the landlord is pending for months in the East Singhbhum ADC court for arbitration. The hearing was not being held as the post of ADC was vacant. Now the government has made the posting of ADC. Its hearing should be done soon. Local ryots and villagers are not opposing the toll plaza or NH 33 project, but the ryots have objections regarding the rate received for the acquired land. The toll plaza should be made operational only after the issue of the ryots is resolved, otherwise there will be strong opposition from the ryots and the villagers. 95 percent of the ryots have not taken compensation.

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Jharkhand’s Putru toll plaza will start from November 22, this is the charge, police alert regarding protest of ryots

Story first published: Monday, November 21, 2022, 16:01 [IST]

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