Herbal garden Land Controversy:  Maya Dolo clarify

Itanagar

Maya Dolo, former PRI leader  and a local resident of Seijosa under 12th Pakke Kesang assembly constituency of East kameng district today nullifying the allegation against her on establishment of Patanjali Ayurveda Ltd herbal garden in  Seijosa area.

Addressing the mediaperson at Arunachal Press club today Maya Dolo who is wife of former Deputy Chief Minister Kameng Dolo condemn the activities of anti development organisation that are impediment in the said project by making baseless allegation for personal and political benefits.

Bashing the allegation of acquiring more than 5 hectares as per Land Possession Certificate (LPC), Maya Dolo clarified that all the process was done according to the law of State government and in the year 2006, 2007 and 2008 the LPC was obtained from District administration which were in the name of family members, friends, relatives and well wishers to provided to her by way of gift deed and agreement.  On basing of the LPCs obtained was used for the said project and is in persuasion for getting agreement with the patanjali for 99 years on lease.

In 2016 after all formalities “Patanjali Ayurveda Ltd” agreed to establish Mega Herbal Garden at Seijosa and land was donated by our family to “Sannidhi Dharmath Trust” a subsidy of Patanjali for the development of said project but unnecessary allegation mongers have been creating lots of hurdles saying that I have occupied their land which is not true she said.

She informed that on May 8th last regarding the said project a meeting was chaired where all the seniors and general public’s had welcomed the said project which said to be world’s largest Botanical garden  and resolution was also passed.

Pointing on the notification issued by Central in 1964 for the settlement of Sikh regiment and ex-servicemen of Assam regiment within the Seijosa, Maya asserted that it clears that Seijosa does not come under the forest reserve while the land is homestead cultivation and the area does not attract RF.

Maya clarified that, Mega herbal garden is an eco-friendly project and once it’s established will automatically generate the employment for the locals and will also encourage women empowerment in the long run and will be a tourist spot as well be a source of economic sustainability for the educated and unemployed youths of the area she added.

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