There was a dispute between UP-UK on these issues for 21 years, CM Yogi and Dhami settled in minutes

On Thursday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami settled a 21-year-old property dispute from the neighboring state of Uttar Pradesh in a matter of minutes. During his meeting with Chief Minister Yogi in Lucknow, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami raised the matter pending for 21 years. After this, the officials of both the states settled the entire dispute in front of the two Chief Ministers.

What was the 21 year old controversy?

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said that the cases which were pending between the two states for 21 years, have now been agreed upon. A joint survey of both the states will be done on 5,700 hectares of land of our irrigation department. Out of this, whatever land belongs to UP, it will be given to UP, we will take the rest of the land. Let us tell you that there will be a division of property between UP and Uttarakhand. The UP government will now rebuild the Banbasa barrage and also construct the Kichha barrage on the Indo-Nepal border.

Meeting of both the states will be held in 15 days

Dhami told that UP has given permission to start water sports and no objection will be required for this. Along with this, UP has asked for 15 days to settle some other issues. Pushkar Singh Dhami said that the Irrigation Department has agreed to 5,700 hectares of land and 1,700 houses. There will be a meeting of the officials of both the states in 15 days. Then after the survey, the property required by UP will be given to him.

There will be so many changes between the two states

The Vanvasa barrage in Champawat district of Indo-Nepal border has become old, the UP government will get it rebuilt.

Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC) will now give Rs 205 crore to Uttarakhand.

There will be a half-distribution of the properties and liabilities of the housing department between the two states.

Under the agreement between UP and Uttarakhand, Alaknanda Hotel and Kichha Bus Stand will be transferred to the Government of Uttarakhand.

– Uttarakhand will pay 90 crores to the UP Forest Department. The ongoing cases regarding all the disputes will be withdrawn from both the state courts.