Announcement on Indu Mill land transfer likely today
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The state government is seeking 12.5 per cent land belonging to National Textile Corporation (NTC) within the premises of the Indu Mill Number Five. Last year, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had granted an in-principle approval for the memorial when an all-party delegation met him. A committee of central and state government officials was formed to work out the modality of the prime Central Mumbai land-granting Transfer of Development Rights, partial value of the land worth crores and so on. There were also technical aspects as part of the land falls in Coastal Regulatory Zone.
Though the government has said that efforts are on to transfer the land, RPI leaders have threatened an agitation if the decision is not taken by December 6.
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