Nagpur, Feb 25 (UNI) Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) will give land to the Home Department of the Maharashtra government for setting up of two police stations here.
Speaking to reporters today, NIT chairman Shyam Tagde said the two plots of land, one measuring 28,548 sq ft in Jattarodi area, and another of 22,214 sq ft in Lendra area, would be given for the purpose. The total price of the land, as decided by the rate fixation committee, was Rs 3.86 crore, he said.
The Home Department had already paid Rs 2.28 crore to NIT for the land, he said.
The proposal to allot the plots of land for police stations was approved at a meeting of the NIT board of trustees held today, Mr Tagde said.
The meeting also approved the budget for 2008-2009 and the revised estimates for the financial year 2007-2008, the Chairman said.
NIT's budget for 2008-09 envisages receipts of Rs 273.11 crore and an expenditure of Rs 272.58 crore, he added.
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