Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Oct-26-2005
Reported in : AIR2006SC447; 2006(1)ALT7(SC); 2006(1)AWC26(SC); JT2005(9)SC280; (2005)12SCC564
..... was not similar and they did not enjoy the same advantages. furthermore, village kala ghanu pur was closer to amritsar and was in the immediate vicinity of guru nanak dev university and the khalsa college at amritsar whereas hamidpur and kathania were situated at some distance away from the city and the main roads.8. mr. ..... of potentiality for development of the locality. it was observed that the areas in question contained houses and factories and were also close to the guru nanak dev university. the division bench also took particular note of the fact that the lands comprised in the adjoining village of kala ghanu pur, which had also ..... june, 1977, 22nd july, 1977, and 5th may, 1878, issued under section 4 of the land acquisition act, 1894 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act') for extension of the cantonment at amritsar.the collector passed his award in respect of the acquired lands on 28.3.1978 after classifying the lands in ..... cent. in particular, the claimants of village kathania and wadala bhitewad would also be entitled to the benefit of section 23(1-a) of the act.as indicated hereinbefore, by virtue of the said judgment delivered in lpa no. 729/85, the division bench disposed of all the pending appeals, ..... been duly mentioned in the judgment under appeal, we reiterate that as far as the benefits under section 23(1-a) of the act are concerned, the same will be confined to the lands comprised in village kathania and wadala bhitewad only where the collector made his award after 30th .....Tag this Judgment!