The Haryana government today informed the Punjab and Haryana High Court that it was ready to consider the cases of various petitioners with regard to acquisition of 850 acres and for development of six sectors in Gurgaon, including the Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust at Ullahawas village.
The state government told the division bench of the court, comprising Justices Jasbir Singh and Augustine George Mashih that the government had apporved the formation of consititution of a high power committee in this regard.
He told the court the government was ready to review the cases of the petitioners in this connection. Haryana government had told the court last week that it was willing to review the cases of 65 petitioners in this case. The petitions were filed by various landowners including, eminent Anjolie Ela Menon.
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