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Is the Central / State Governments really doing good to the poor people by introducing Special Economic Zones ? By introducing the Special Economic Zones in some parts of the States are creating horror in the lifestyle of Common people and middle class people because they are loosing their valuble lands which are yielding livelihood to them and to their families. Even the permanent houses in which they are residing for years together, they are loosing by Land Acquisition by the Governments. In Sea Coasts, the fishermen community is loosing their existence in some of the villages.

Asked by rk raju, 15 Mar '08 02:45 pm
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Answered by Shekhar, 15 Mar '08 02:46 pm

 
  
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Promotion of industrial activity by setting up SEZs should have the following rules.
1. No fertile land to be used for this purpose and non agricultural and non-forest land to be allotted.This rule is not followed in letter and spirit.
2.It is to be ensured that the displaced persons should get not only compensation at commercial rates but also employment and a share in the profits of such industries coming in SEZ.
3.Politicians should not have any say in the matter of land acquisitions\compensation etc and such things tobe entrusted to philonthrophic organisations. The principle here should be evaluation of compensation/training and rehabilitation must be done by any organisation which is outside industry/Govt perview.
Now the Govts and politicians are acting in unision with industry in causing damage to small land holders and behaving in such a fashion that `make the hay while the sunshines`.
Answered by Satyanarayana Tumuluri, 15 Mar '08 02:59 pm

 
  
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