Gandhinagar The state government collected a whopping Rs 4,014 crore from premium fees charged for issuing non-agriculture (NA) use certificates for agricultural land, over the last five years. This reflects a sizeable decline in agricultural land in the state. State Revenue Minister Kaushik Patel, in a written response to questions from Congress MLAs, told the assembly that in the last five years, the state government made Rs 4,014.08 crore as premium fees, to allow the use of new tenure agricultural land for non-agricultural purposes, after converting it to old tenure status. In the financial year 2017-18, the biggest premium […]

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