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Auto Driver Revert Rs. 1.90 Crore

An auto rickshaw driver of Ahmedabad has refund back Rs 1.90 crore cheque issued in his name in lieu of three bigha property obtain for Tata's Nano plant in Sanand. Raju Bharwad could have sacked the sum, but bestowed a responsibility that he was no longer the land holder. He made sure that the names of the new owners are described in the official records. Raju's family has 10 bigha lands in Sanand. Thirty years back, his grandfather sold three bigha for about Rs 5 lakh on which 40-odd families construct small tenements. Afterward, Nano came about and land prices skyrocketed. Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) obtained land around the Nano plant at Rs 28 lakh a bigha and begun paying farmers in whose names the land was registered. As the new owners had failed to register their names, records still listed Raju and his mother, Baluben, as landlords. "Honesty is one thing my parents educated me. I could not have used money attained through dishonesty for my family," says Raju, who lives in a little two-room house with his wife, three kids and mother. His family advised him to take the right step. In fact, his mother hallowed him for his righteousness. "I could earn Rs 6,000 per month but live a life of self-esteem. I also have four bighas of land in my name which is adequate for the future of my family," he adds. GIDC official Naveen Patel said, "We have observed many land disputes but an individual returning a cheque value of Rs 1.90 crore is a first."

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