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Resettlement Plan

October 2010

IND: North Karnataka Urban Sector Investment Program

Prepared by M/s DHV India (Pvt) Ltd. for the Asian Development Bank.

GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA KARNATAKA URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT AND FINANCE CORPORATION

NORTH KARNATAKA URBAN SECTOR INVESTMENT PROGRAM, PACKAGE - III (ADB Loan No. IND - 2638)

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REVISED SHORT RESETTLEMENT PLAN FOR BASAVAKALYAN JACKWELL CUM PUMP HOUSE AND BREAK PREASURE TANK

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DHV In d ia P vt. Ltd.

GDA Complex, Veerendra Patil Layout, Sedam Road, Gulbarga 585105


October 2010

Figure 1. Site for Jack Well cum Pump House (0.82 acres in Sl.No. 398 of Halasur village) on private land
TOWN : BASAVAKALYAN

0.175 0.450

13.00
RCC BEAM M20

SLAB INVERT LEVEL 561.56


0.30

RCC CHEJJA

RCC CHEJJA

12.00
6.00
2NO'S MOTOR

RCC CHEJJA INVERT LEVEL 558.56

W 1.20
SPINDLE

3.00
FLOOR BEAM

RS 1.00

PUMP HOUSE FLOOR LEVEL 555.56


1.00

HIGH FLOOD WATER LEVEL 554.56

0.70

SV

NRV

H F L 554.56

G L 553.963
10.00

G L 552.646

GL - 550.536

GL

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GL - 549.546

SLAB INVERT LEVEL 548.244

0.15 4.00 0.25


OPENING WITH

NORMAL WATER LEVEL 547.24


GL - 547.148
GRATING (TYP)

GL - 547.815

NORMAL WATER LEVEL 547.24

1.90
REMOVABLE MS LADDER

EARTH
VAG EROX SLUICE GATE VALVE

10.92
PIPE INVERT LEVEL 542.25

16.31

ACCESS COVER 0.90X0.90

INTAKE WELL

NORMAL WATER LEVEL

RCC M20

1.90
MINIMUM WATER LEVEL 544.08 RIVER BED LEVEL 543.533

6.22

MINIMUM WATER LEVEL


GL - 543.533 GL - 543.606

GL - 544.672

MINIMUM WATER LEVEL

PIPE INVERT LEVEL 542.27 INTAKE BOTTOM LEVEL 542.02

0.25
RCC M20

PIPE INVERT LEVEL 542.25 2 No's 1200mm RCC HUME PIPE SLOPE 1 IN 1500
10 15 20 25

PCC 1:3:6

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30

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35 0 5 543.533 543.606 544.672 542.261 547.148 547.815 549.546 550.536 552.646

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PUMP SUCTION LEVEL 540.25 BOTTOM INVERT LEVEL 539.25

CHAINEGE IN MTS

0.30 0.20

1.00
0.65
10.00 11.20 11.80 12.20

GROUND LEVEL IN MTS

542.270

542.264

542.253

542.250

542.267

542.259

INVERT LEVEL IN MTS

542.256

0.20

RCC M20 PCC 1:3:6

INTAKE WELL

CONNECTING MAIN SECTION

JACK WELL

9 8

10 11

1.50

M AI N PI PE 2 00m m

13

0.30 0.45 0.30 0.75 0.35 0.30 0.75

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12

1.067

INTAKE WELL

CONNECTING MAIN

JACK WELL

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4.5
MOTOR 0.75 MOTOR 0.75

2.87

MOTOR

1.00 MOTOR

MOTOR

2 No's 1200mm RCC HUME PIPE SLOPE 1 IN 1500

1.00

PLAN

FOR INTERMEDIATE DEMAND (2+1) PUMPS FOR ULTIMATE DEMAND (3+2) PUMPS

10 M 12 M

Figure 2. Break Pressure Tank (BPT) (0.62 acres in S.no 63 of Gadigound Gaon Village on private land)

50000.00

TP1

12300.00 13200.00

12900.00

TP2

50000.00
230

5000.00
STAFF QUARTERS
1193
V

115

1193
V

115

4000

230

230 600

W D

600

600
D1

1115

BATH ROOM 1500x1000

W.C 885x1000

D1

900

750

900

230

(4000X3615)

4075
500
W

2500

230

900

KITCHEN (2500X2500)

150

150

1200
PLASTERING IN CM 1:6 IN CM 1:4, 115 THK. WALL

150

900

150

ABBREVIATIONS ADB BPL CBO DLVC DTWO GRC KUIDFC LAA M&E NGO NKUSIP IPMU PMU WTP ULB Asian Development Bank Below Poverty Line Community Based Organization District Level Valuation Committee District Tribal Welfare Officer Grievance Redressal Committee Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation Land Acquisition Act Monitoring and Evaluation Non-Government Organization North Karnataka Urban Sector Investment Program Investment Project Management Unit Project Management Unit Water Treatment Plant Urban Local Body WEIGHTS AND MEASURES cu. cubic m meter km kilometer

This resettlement plan is a document of the borrower. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of ADB's Board of Directors, Management, or staff, and may be preliminary in nature. In preparing any country program or strategy, financing any project, or by making any designation of or reference to a particular territory or geographic area in this document, the Asian Development Bank does not intend to make any judgments as to the legal or other status of any territory or area.

GLOSSARY

Affected Persons

Assistance

Below Poverty Line

Vulnerable Households

are persons who have economic interests or residence within the Investment Program impact area and who may be adversely affected directly by the Investment Program. Affected Persons include those displaced, those losing commercial or residential structures in whole or part, those losing agricultural land or homesteads in whole or part, and those losing income sources as a result of project action, or having losses as described in the Entitlement Matrix. Affected persons include both titled and non-titled persons experiencing resettlement impacts due to the Investment Program. refers to the support provided to affected persons in the form of ex-gratia payments, loans, asset services, training and skills development, etc. in order to improve the standard of living and reduce the negative impacts of the Investment Program. households are household whose monthly income is less than a designated sum as determined by the Government of Karnataka (Rs. 24,000 per annum), will be considered Below Poverty Line. for Investment Program compensation entitlement purposes, are households headed by women, disabled persons, indigenous persons, and BPL households. refers to the amount paid under the Land Acquisition Act, 1894 (amended 1984), for private property, structures and other assets acquired for the Investment Program. In this context, compensation refers to payments made by the Government when title of a property is transferred from a private entity to the government. The date of notification under Section 4 (1), of Land Acquisition Act will be considered as cut-off date for affected persons who have legal title to the land/property, proposed for acquisition. In the case of Squatters, Encroachers and unauthorized occupants the date of census/socio-economic survey conducted by the Implementation Agency will be considered as the cut-off date for entitlements under the Investment Program. is the Administrative head of a District. are persons who have extended their building, agricultural lands, business premises or work places into government lands. is based on the poverty indicators identified by Government of Karnataka.(INR 24,000 per annum) are those who have legal title to land, structure and other assets. of the acquired assets and property is the amount required for the Affected Household to replace/reconstruct the lost assets through purchase in the open market. shall mean any company, a body corporate, an institution, or any other organization for whom land is to be acquired by the appropriate Government Agency, and includes the appropriate

Compensation

Cut-off Date

Deputy Commissioner Encroachers

Poverty Line Private Property Owners Replacement Value

Requisitioning Authority

Government Agency if the acquisition of land is for such Government Agency either for its own use or for subsequent allotment of such land in public interest to a body corporate, institution, or any other organization or to any company under lease, license or through any other system of transfer of land to such company, as the case may be. Squatters are those who have illegally occupied lands for residential, business and or other purposes

This resettlement plan is a document of the borrower. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of ADB's Board of Directors, Management, or staff, and may be preliminary in nature. In preparing any country program or strategy, financing any project, or by making any designation of or reference to a particular territory or geographic area in this document, the Asian Development Bank does not intend to make any judgments as to the legal or other status of any territory or area.

CONTENTS Page EXECUTIVE SUMMARY I. SCOPE OF LAND ACQUISITION AND RESETTLEMENT A. Introduction B. Scope of Land Acquisition and Resettlement SOCIOECONOMIC INFORMATION/PROFILE OF AFFECTED PEOPLE A. Household Size, Sex, and Gender B. Vulnerable Groups C. Unit Costs for Land D. Income, Employment, Education, and other Household Details E. Seasonal Laborers OBJECTIVE, FRAMEWORK AND ENTITLEMENTS CONSULTATION AND GRIEVANCE REDRESS PARTICIPATION A. Information Dissemination, Consultation, and Disclosure Requirement B. Grievance Redressal Mechanisms COMPENSATION AND INCOME RESTORATION A. Compensation B. Income Restoration INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK RESETTLEMENT BUDGET AND FINANCING IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE IX. MONITORING AND EVALUATION 1 1 1 5 5 5 5 5 6 8 12 12 13 15 15 15 15 18 19 19

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III. IV.

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VI. VII. VIII. IX.

APPENDIXES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. List of Participants / Officials Consulted Legal Land Documents of Affected Persons (Panni) 4(1) Notification of Proposed Jackwell & BPT Land Owners Socio - Economic Data of Proposed Jackwell & BPT Land Owners Photos of Proposed Jackwell & BPT Land Owners 21 22 24 28 37

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1. The Investment Program under North Karnataka Urban Sector Investment Program (NKUSIP) will facilitate economic growth in 25 selected towns of North Karnataka and bring about urban development by means of equitable distribution of urban services in an environmentally sound and operationally sustainable manner. Tranche II of the project focuses on rehabilitation and construction of water supply, sewerage, and urban drainage infrastructure as well as slum improvements and procurement of firefighting and emergency services equipment. Basavakalyan Subprojects include water supply and slum improvements. The designing and planning of the Subproject under Investment Program is made to minimize land acquisition and resettlement impacts. 2. The Project is designed to minimize land acquisition and resettlement impacts. Care is taken to locate the Subproject components of water supply, sewerage and sanitation systems, and drainage improvements on vacant government land wherever possible, and rehabilitation is proposed within the existing facilities premises to avoid land acquisition and resettlement. 3. The Basavakalyan Subproject is Category B as per Asian Development Banks (ADB) Policy. Permanent land acquisition is required for a Jackwell cum pump house and Break Pressure Tank (a total of 1.44 acres of private land acquisition). As indicated in this Resettlement Plan, the nature of land acquisition will impact on 2 households. Under land acquisition process, 4 (1) notification is issued on 1 July 2010. Both title holder has provided the socioeconomic data and has 11 affected persons. The Resettlement Plan was prepared in accordance with the agreed upon Resettlement Framework designed for the Multi Financing Facility. 4. Table 1 provides the summary of the resettlement impacts, Table 2 shows a summary of the Subproject components and land acquisition requirements. Table 3 provides a detailed summary of land acquisition and ownership, whereas Table 4 determines the socioeconomic data of affected persons. Land proposed for acquisition for Basavakalyan will be farm lands with no structures or illegal settlers in it. The land accounts to part of the holdings of title-holders. There is no below poverty line (BPL) families and both affected persons are APls (one agricultural titled household and another is an official in a private bank). The Resettlement Plan includes socioeconomic profiles of the affected persons (to be updated at detailed design stage) and provides for appropriate compensation/mitigation measures for loss of land, crops, and income in accordance with the entitlement matrix (Table 7). Table 5 illustrates the extent and percentage of land acquired. Table 6 indicates the check list followed for identification of Indigenous Peoples. Table 8 and 9 summarizes the compensation details and Table 10 determines the tentative implementation schedule. No permanent or temporary land acquisition is anticipated for the laying of distribution networks as these are proposed within the boundaries of existing roads. The temporary impacts will be finalized during detailed design and minimized through careful siting, alignment, and site sensitive construction practices during Subproject implementation. 5. Policy Framework and Entitlements. The policy frame work and entitlements for the Investment Program are based on National laws. The Land Acquisition Act 1894 (amended in 1984) and the National Policy on Resettlement and Rehabilitation for Investment Program, Affected persons 2003, and ADBs policy on Involuntary Resettlement, 1995. 6. Compensation and Income Restoration. Loss of land, structures, trees and crops and other assets will be compensated at replacement cost. A District Level Valuation Committee (DLVC) will be constituted with the representation from the Deputy Commissioner, Land Acquisition Officer (LAO), accounts officer of the Deputy Commissioner, Basavakalyan Urban Local Body (ULB), Resettlement Officer, Program Management Unit (PMU), affected persons, Non Governmental Organizations (NGO) and

ii Community Based Organizations (CBOs) to determine the replacement value of land and assets to be acquired. Vulnerable households will be provided skills and livelihood trainings and income generating assets as per the Entitlement Matrix. 0. Information dissemination, consultation, disclosure and grievance redress. The Resettlement Plan was prepared in consultation with the stakeholders. Discussions and meetings were held involving stake holders particularly the affected house holds, to determine the potential impacts of land acquisition. Information has to be continuously disseminated to the affected persons. The Resettlement Plan will be disclosed in ADBs and Karnataka Urban Development Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation (KUIDFCs) website, and information dissemination and consultation will continue throughout program implementation. 1. Grievances will be brought (first) to the attention of implementing NGO or Resettlement Officer in Basavakalyan ULB Grievances which are not redressed by the NGO or Resettlement Officer will be brought to Grievances Redressal Committee (GRC), established at Basavakalyan the ULBs headquarters. GRCs will have representation from affected households (including vulnerable), Basavakalyan ULB, executing agency, NGOs and CBOs. The GRC will determine the merit of each grievance and resolve the grievance within a month from receiving the complaint, failing which the grievance will be addressed by the Deputy Commissioner. The Deputy Commissioner will hear appeals against the decisions of the GRC. If not resolved the grievance will be referred by affected persons to appropriate Court of Law. 2. Institutional framework, resettlement costs, and implementation schedule. The Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation (KUIDFC) is the executing agency responsible for implementing the investment program. Basavakalyan ULB will act as implementing agency. A dedicated officer at the PMU and LAOs at the subdivisional offices will coordinate land acquisition and resettlement activities. The Resettlement Officer, Basavakalyan ULB and Implementing NGO will be responsible for the Resettlement Plan Implementation. District Level Valuation Committee (DLVC) will decide the cost of Land Acquisition and Resettlement for Jackwell cum Pump House at Kongli Barrage and Break Pressure Tank near Gadigoundgaon Village to augment the water services for Basavakalyan town. 3. Monitoring and Evaluation. The Short Resettlement Plan (SRP) implementation will be closely monitored to provide the PMU with an effective basis for assessing the resettlement progress and identifying potential difficulties and problems. Internal monitoring will be undertaken by the Basavakalyan ULB to track the indicators such as the number of families affected, resettled, assistance extended, infrastructure facilities provided and financial aspects such as compensation paid and grant extended. Job charts will be prepared and these job charts will indicate the targets to be achieved during the month. Monthly progress report shall be prepared and submitted by the NGO to the PMU, reporting actual achievements against the targets fixed in their respective job charts and reasons for shortfalls, if any. The PMU will be responsible for managing and maintaining affected persons database, documenting result of affected persons census and verifying the asset for assessing the SRP implantation impacts. The PMU will appoint an independent agency to undertake external monitoring to document: (i) restoration of income levels; (ii) changes and shifts in occupation pattern; and (iii) performance of NGO/Basavakalyan ULB, and PMU in resettlement implementation. The independent agency will monitor the subprojects twice a year and submit reports directly to the PMU. The PMU will submit all reports to ADB for review on a quarterly basis.

I. A. In tro d u ctio n

S COP E OF LAND ACQUIS ITION AND RES ETTLEMENT

1. The North Karnataka Urban Sector Investment Program (NKUSIP) Investment Program will facilitate economic growth in 25 selected towns of North Karnataka and bring about urban development by means of equitable distribution of urban services in an environmentally sound and operationally sustainable manner. Tranche II of the Project focuses on rehabilitation and construction of water supply, sewerage, urban drainage infrastructure as well as slum improvements, and procurement of firefighting and emergency services equipment. Basavakalyan Subprojects include water supply and slum improvement facilities. The designs of the Subproject components under this Investment Program is designed to minimize land acquisition and resettlement impacts. B. S c o p e o f La n d Ac q u is itio n a n d Re s e ttle m e nt

2. The project is designed with a focus to minimize land acquisition and resettlement impacts. The components of Subprojects such as construction of water supply, sewerage and sanitation systems, and drainage improvements are proposed on vacant government land wherever possible, and the rehabilitation is proposed within the existing facilities premises to avoid land acquisition and resettlement. 3. Basavakalyan Subproject is Category B as per Asian Development Banks (ADB) Policy. Permanent land acquisition is required for construction of Jack well cum pump house and Break Pressure Tank (total 1.44 acres of private land acquisition). As indicated in this Resettlement Plan, the land acquisition for the Subproject will impact 2 households and 11 affected persons. The socioeconomic data of the land holders has been collected through socioeconomic survey. The Resettlement Plan was prepared in accordance to the terms of the agreed Resettlement Framework designed for the Multi Financing Facility. 4. Table 1 provides the summary of the resettlement impacts. Table 2 shows a summary of the Subproject components and land acquisition requirements. Table 3 provides a detailed summary of land acquisition and ownership, whereas Table 4 provides socioeconomic data of affected persons. Land proposed for acquisition for Basavakalyan will be farm lands with no structures or illegal settlers in it. The land accounts to part of the holdings of title-holders. Affected persons in Basavakalyan are characterized as follows: (i) no vulnerable below poverty line (BPL) agricultural titled household; (ii) one land owner is a private bank official ; (iii) one is farmer/agriculture title holder. Table 5 determines the extent and percentage of land acquired. Table 6 indicates check list followed for identification of Indigenous Peoples. The Resettlement Plan includes socioeconomic profiles of the affected persons (to be updated at detailed design stage) and provides for appropriate compensation/mitigation measures for loss of land, crops, and income in accordance with the entitlement matrix (Table 7). Table 8 and 9 provides summary compensation details, and Table 10 shows the tentative Implementation schedule. No permanent or temporary land acquisition is anticipated for the laying of distribution networks as these are proposed within the boundaries of existing roads. The temporary impacts if any will be finalized during detailed design and minimized through careful siting, alignment, and site sensitive construction practices during Subproject implementation.

2 Table 1: Summary of Resettlement Impacts (Proposed Subproject Components and Scope of land acquisition in Basavakalyan)
Impact Permanent Land Acquisition (acres) Permanently Affected Households Titled affected households Non-titled affected households BPL affected households APL affected households Female-headed affected households Indigenous People/Schedule Caste affected households Affected Trees/Crops Affected Common/community Structures Average Family Size Income Sources of affected persons Basavakalyan Water Supply 1.44 2 (11 affected persons) 2 0 2 0 0 Crops Green Gram, Tur, Sugarcane and 15 Neem trees 0 5/6 Farming

Table 2: Summary of Land Acquisition Requirements (Proposed Subproject Components and Scope of land acquisition in Basavakalyan)
SN. No. Sector Subproject Components Intake well 4.0 m dia, 6.22 m depth Jack well 10 m dia 16.31. m depth Pump House 12 m dia, 6.0 m height Break Pressure Tank RCC GLSR of 12.3 m dia, 5.5. m height, 600 cu. m capacity Total Private Land Acquisition Scope of land acquisition and Resettlement Jack well cum pump house to be constructed in 0.82 acre of private land owned in Survey No. 398 of Hulsur Village land acquisition required. No displacement envisaged Break Pressure tank to be constructed in 0.62 acre of private land in Survey No. 63 Gudigound Gaon Village. Land acquisition required. No displacement envisaged. 1.44 acres Involuntary Resettlement Category

(i)

Water supply

cu. = cubic, dia. = diameter, GLSR = ground level service reservoir, m = meters, RCC = reinforced cement concrete

Table 3: Summary of Land Acquisition and Ownership (Details of Land Proposed for Acquisition of WTP, Jack Well cum Pump House, and Break Pressure Tank)
Proposed Land for acquisition 0.82 Acre 0.62 Acre Number of affected persons 5 6

Sl. No. 1 2

Survey No. 398 63

Component Jackwell cum pump house Break Pressure Tank

Public/ Private owned Private Private

Owner Name (names taken out for privacy)

Soil Type Black Black

Land Type Irrigated Irrigated

Crops Green Gram Sugar cane and tur Green Gram

WTP = Water Treatment Plant

Table 4: Socioeconomic Data of Affected Persons


Average annual income of Household Average annual income from affected Land Name of Landowner (names taken out for privacy) Total Extent of Land Proposed for Acquisition in acre Total area of land in acres Household Members Relation with Land Owner Household Assets TV Four wheeler TV Main Occupation Subsidiary Occupation Agriculture Education SSLC Illiterate PUC B.Sc B.A.

Sl. No.

Age

Jackwell cum Pump House Site (.0.82 acre) 1 2 3 4 5 Break Pressure Tank (0.62 acre) 6 7 8 9 10 11 PUC = Pre-University Course Title owner Mother Grand Mother Wife Daughter Daughter 29 65 90 26 05 01 Male Female Female Female Female Female BA Primary Illiterate PUC Pre primary Agriculture Old age Old age House wife Studying Private Bank Employee 4.08 0.62 380,000 12,400 Self Mother Son-1 Son-2 Son-3 52 75 25 24 22 Male Female Male Male Male Agriculture Old age Agriculture Studying Studying Agriculture 3.00 0.82 70,000 Not applicable

Sex

5 II. S OCIOECONOMIC INFORMATION/P ROFILE OF AFFECTED P EOP LE

5. The land owners of Basavakalyan are identified in survey number 63 in Gadigoundgaon Village and survey number 398 near Kongli Barrage, in Hulsur. A survey of two subproject affected households (11 affected persons) was carried in the month of July and October 2010. Table 4 provides the socioeconomic data of the 11 affected persons. Land records were also checked to verify the details of ownership. The land owners indicated that the Government should consider the existing market price of land and compensate accordingly. A. Ho u s e h o ld S ize, S e x, an d Ge n d er

6. The average family size among the surveyed affected households is 5/6. The two affected household surveyed with 11 members, composing five male and six female. Both affected households live in their own homes in the habitat area which is away from the proposed land for acquisition. 7. Gender Impacts. The NKUSIP is designed to have a positive impact on women, resulting from better service delivery systems in water supply facilities at the city level and in low income/BPL households. None of the portions of land proposed for acquisition belongs to female-headed households. The proposed land acquisition however will not have any potential impacts on socioeconomic status of femaleheaded households. B. Vu ln e ra b le Gro u p s

8. None of the affected family qualifies as vulnerable under the project as they are not under BPL group. The urban poverty line for entire Urban Karnataka as prescribed by the Swarna Jayanthi Shahari Rozgar Yojane (National Poverty Alleviation programme) and followed by the Urban Local Body (ULBs) has an annual income of Rs. 23,124 and those lower to this level is considered as BPL families. According to Table 4, the annual income of the Affected APL house hold is more than Rs 70, 000 per annum. C. Un it Co s ts fo r La n d

9. The unit cost per acre of land on Government approved rate is Rs.100,000 proposed for Jackwell Cum Pump House and the land identified for Break Pressure Tank costs Rs.100,000. The landowner is interested to sell the land as per the existing market price for the proposed break pressure tank. The residual land of both households is still considered viable for agricultural production. D. In c o m e, Em plo ym e n t, Ed u c a tio n , a n d oth e r Ho u s e h o ld De tails

10. The landowner identified for the Proposed Break Pressure has income from both agriculture and non agriculture. One member of this family is working for a commercial bank but the landowner proposed for Jackwell has income from agriculture source only. The acquisition of land for the proposed Break Pressure accounts to a small part of his holding i.e.14.70%. The owner of land identified for proposed Jackwell cum pump house will lose 27.33% of the total land holdings. The land is in survey number 398 beside Kongli Barrage, Hulsur Village. All affected persons speak the same language (Kannada) as that of mainstream society. They belong to Hindu religion, and they neither practice nor possess any traditional knowledge different from the main stream society. Of the affected persons 92% are found to be literate and the children are found to be studying in primary level to college education. Both landowners are having ration cards and all the adults are enrolled in the voters list. The land owners grow green

6 gram Udad, sugarcane and Tur. The identified piece of land has 15 numbers of Neem trees and no other horticultural plants. The landowner cultivates the land with his own resources and it is found that there is no withstanding crop loan. Table 5. Extent and percentage of private land acquired in case of Jack well and Break Pressure Tank
Component Name of the land owner Jackwell cum Jaganath S/o Channbasappa 1. pump house Kadadi Break Pressure Satish S/o Kishan rao biradar 2. Tank WTP = Water Treatment Plant Sl. No. Total land holding 3.00 4.28 Total land Acquired for WTP 0.82 acre 0.62 acre Percentage of land acquired 27.33 14.76

E.

S e a s o n a l La b o rers

11. The discussion with the proposed both land owner reveals that they cultivate the land with the help of about five part-time and two are seasonal agriculture laborers. As the extent of land proposed for acquisition is small, there is major agricultural activities. However, Basavakalyan ULB will acquire the land during non-harvesting or post harvesting period, to minimize impacts on agricultural labor in the Investment Program site.

Table 6: Checklist followed for identification of Indigenous Peoples Basavakalyan WTP, ELSR and Jack Well cum Pump House site
Impact on indigenous peoples (Indigenous Peoples)/ Ethnic minority Are there Indigenous Peoples or Ethnic Minority groups present in Investment Program locations? Do they maintain distinctive customs or economic activities that may make them vulnerable to hardship? Will the Investment Program restrict their economic and social activity and make them particularly vulnerable in the context of Investment Program? Will the Investment Program change their socioeconomic and cultural integrity? Will the Investment Program disrupt their community life? Will the Investment Program positively affect their health, education, livelihood or social security status? Will the Investment Program negatively affect their health, education, livelihood or social security status? Will the Investment Program alter or undermine the recognition of their knowledge, preclude customary behaviors or undermine customary institutions? In case no disruption of indigenous community life as a whole, will there be loss of housing, strip of land, crops, trees and other fixed assets owned or controlled by individual indigenous households? Not Known Yes No Remarks or identified problems, if any ADBs Indigenous Policy uses the following characteristics to define indigenous people (i) descent from population groups present in a given area before territories were defined; (ii) maintenance of cultural and social identities separate from dominant societies and cultures; (iii) self-identification and identification by others as being part of a distinct cultural group; linguistic identity different from that of dominant society; (v) social, cultural, economic, and political traditions and institutions distinct from dominant culture; (vi) economic systems oriented more towards traditional production systems rather than mainstream; and (vii) unique ties and attachments to traditional habitats and ancestral territories. Likewise, the President of India under Article 342 of the Constitution uses the following characteristics to define indigenous peoples Scheduled Tribes, (i) tribes primitive traits; (ii) distinctive culture; (iii) shyness with the public at large;(iv) geographical isolation; and (v) social and economic backwardness before notifying them as a Scheduled Tribe. Essentially, indigenous people have a social and cultural identity distinct from the mainstream society that makes them vulnerable to being overlooked or marginalized in the development processes. No affected persons possess the characteristics of indigenous people based on government or ADBs policy. The land acquisition and resettlement impacts on indigenous people, if found during detailed design, are addressed in the Resettlement Framework for NKUSIP.

ADB = Asian Development Bank, NKUSIP = North Karnataka Urban Sector Investment Program, WTP = Water Treatment Plant

8 III. OBJ ECTIVE, FRAMEWORK AND ENTITLEMENTS

12. The NKUSIP Resettlement Framework outlines the objectives, principles and procedures for land acquisition, compensation and other assistance measures for affected persons. For the formulation of this Short Resettlement Plan, the resettlement principles outlined in the Resettlement Framework are adopted. (i) (ii) (iii) Involuntary resettlement should be avoided wherever feasible. Where population displacement is unavoidable, it should be minimized by providing viable livelihood options. If individuals or a community must lose all or part of their land, means of livelihood, or social support systems, in order that a project might proceed, they will be compensated and assisted through replacement of land, housing, infrastructure, resources, income sources, and services, in cash or kind, so that their economic and social circumstances will be at least restored at the preproject level. All compensation is based on the principle of replacement cost. Each involuntary resettlement is conceived and executed as part of a development project or program. The affected persons need to be provided with sufficient resources to reestablish their livelihoods and homes with time-bound action in co-ordination with civil works. The affected people are to be fully informed and closely consulted. Affected people are to be identified and recorded as early as possible in order to establish their eligibility through a population record or census that serves as an eligibility cutoff date, preferably at the project identification stage, to prevent a subsequent influx of encroachers or others who wish to take advantage of such benefits. Institutions of the affected people, and where relevant, of their hosts, are to be protected and supported. Affected people are to be assisted to integrate economically and socially into host communities so that adverse impacts on the host communities are minimized and social harmony is promoted. The absence of a formal title to land is not a bar to the Asian Development Banks (ADB) policy entitlements. Particular attention must be paid to the needs of the poorest affected people, and vulnerable groups that may be at high risk of impoverishment. This may include those without legal title to land or other assets, households headed by females, the elderly or disabled and other vulnerable groups, particularly indigenous peoples. Appropriate assistance must be provided to help them improve their socioeconomic status. The full resettlement costs are to be included in the presentation of project costs and benefits.

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii) (viii)

(ix)

13. Entitlements. The entitlement matrix provides guidance for paying the compensation, arranging for resettlement, and planning for rehabilitation assistance. Lack of title / customary rights on the assets recognized under law will not be a bar to entitlement. Hence, non-titled encroachers and squatters as well as indigenous or other groups with customary rights over land or resources, if present in the project area, will be eligible for compensation (the Entitlement Matrix provides additional entitlements to vulnerable person). However, people moving into the project area after the cut-off date 1 are not entitled to compensation or other
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The date of 4(1) notification, issued through the Deputy Commissioner to intimate landowners about the Basavakalyan subproject and land acquisition, will be considered as cut-off date to finalize the list of titled affected persons. Any person who was not enumerated but can show documentation or evidence that he/she is rightfully an entitled person will be included in the list of affected persons. The Program Management Unit (PMU) is responsible for such verification and adjustment.

9 assistance. The Entitlement Matrix lists various types of losses, identification/eligibility and entitlements and provides basic parameters for preparation of compensation and resettlement benefits. The Entitlement Matrix provides for all possible categories of losses to ensure that all resettlement impacts of all subproject components to be finalized during detailed design will be addressed. The Entitlement Matrix is provided in Table 7.

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Table 7: Entitlement Matrix


SI No. 1 Type of Loss Loss of private land Application Homestead land, agricultural land, or vacant plot Definition of Entitled Person Owner (s) with legal title Compensation Policy
1. Replacement/market value of land or

Implementation Issues If land-for-land is offered, ownership will be in the name of original 5 landowner(s). Charges will be limited to those for land purchased within a year of compensation payment and for land of equivalent size. Vulnerable households will be identified during the census conducted as a part of the Resettlement Plan. Vulnerable households will be identified during the census conducted as a part of the Resettlement Plan.

Responsible Agency DLVC will determine replacement value. ULB will confirm minimum wage rates during detailed socioeconomic surveys conducted as part of the Resettlement Plan, determine shifting assistance, verify all charges, and identify vulnerable households.
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land-for-land where feasible (including compensation for non-viable residual portions). 2 Subsistence allowance based on three months minimum wage rates. Free transport facility or shifting 3 assistance; Provision of all fees, taxes, and other charges (registration, etc.) incurred for replacement land. Additional compensation for 4 vulnerable households (Item 4).

Loss of livelihood

Livelihood

Business owner, tenant, leaseholder, or employee/agricultural worker

1. 2.

Assistance for lost income based on three months minimum wage rates. Additional compensation for vulnerable households (Item 4).

Loss of trees and crops

Standing trees and crop

Owner/ farmer with legal title, tenants, leaseholders, sharecroppers, encroachers or squatters

1. 2.

3.

Notice to harvest standing seasonal crops. If notice cannot be provided, compensation for standing crop (or share of crop for sharecroppers) at market value. Compensation for perennial crops and fruit bearing trees at annual net product market value multiplied by

Harvesting prior to acquisition will be accommodated to the extent possible Work schedules will avoid harvest season. Market value of trees/crops has to be determined.

ULB will confirm minimum wage rates during detailed socioeconomic surveys conducted as part of the Resettlement Plan, and through NGOs will determine assistance for loss of business, and will identify vulnerable households. ULB will ensure provision of notice. DLVC will request the Departments of Agriculture, Forest, and Horticulture to undertake valuation of standing crops, perennial crops and trees.

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Subsistence allowance is a transitional allowance for affected persons provided for utilization/consumption until an alternate source of livelihood is obtained. Shifting assistance will be a one-time payment decided based on the amount of material/assets to be shifted and the distance. Alternatively the ULB may provide free transport facilities. Vulnerable household comprise female-headed household, disabled-headed household, indigenous person-headed households and Below Poverty Line households. Joint ownership in the name of husband and wife will be offered in case of non-female-headed households. The District Level Valuation Committee (DLVC) chaired by Deputy Commissioner will be responsible for determining the Replacement Value of land and structures. Other members of the DLVC shall comprise the Land Acquisition Officer of the Project Management Unit (IPMU), the ULBs Resettlement Officer, representative of the Affected Persons, and the implementing NGO.

SI No.

Type of Loss

Application

Definition of Entitled Person


4.

Compensation Policy

Implementation Issues

Responsible Agency

remaining productive years. Compensation for non-fruit trees at DLVC will finalize market value of timber. compensation rates in 5. Subsistence allowance for one consultation with affected cropping cycle in case of seasonal persons. crops. 4 Impacts on All impacts Vulnerable affected 1. Land. Further to Item 1, in case of Vulnerable households will ULB will identify vulnerable Vulnerable persons loss of private land, land-for-land be identified during the households, confirm affected compensation if feasible/available. census conducted as a minimum wages, and 7 2. Livelihood. Vulnerable households persons part of the Resettlement through NGOs will determine will be prioritized in Investment Plan. assistance for loss of If land-for-land is offered, Program employment. Skills training business. ownership in the name of and subsistence allowance based on original landowner(s). three months minimum wage rates to augment current livelihood. Assistance up to a maximum limit of Rs.30, 000 for purchase of income 8 generating assets. 5 Temporary Commercial Owners, tenants, 1. Provision of alternative sites for During construction, the ULB will identify alternative disruption of and leaseholders, hawkers and vendors for continued ULB will identify alternative sites for economic activity, livelihood agricultural sharecroppers, economic activity will be part of temporary sites for vendors and will confirm minimum activities employee/agricultural project design where possible. and hawkers to continue wage. 2. In case alternative sites cannot be workers, hawkers or economic activity. provided, allowance based on vendors. minimum wage rate will be provided. ULB and IPMU will ensure 3. Free transport facility or shifting civil works will be phased assistance. to minimize disruption. 4. Compensation for agricultural losses (Item 3). 6 Any other 1. Unanticipated involuntary impacts ULB loss not shall be documented and mitigated identified based on the principles provided in the ADB Involuntary Resettlement Policy. ADB = Asian Development Bank, DLVC = District Level Valuation Committee, IPMU = Investment Project Management Unit, NGO = Non-Government Organization, ULB = Urban Local Body

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Vulnerable household comprise female-headed household, disabled-headed household, indigenous person-headed households and Below Poverty Line households. NGO will assist the ULB in beneficiary identification, purchasing income generating assets etc. Examples of income generating assets are tools for carpenters or mechanics, sewing machines for tailors etc., which would be AP-specific.

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Table 8: Compensation Details


Sl No. 1 2 3 4 5 a Details Number of Land Owners Number of Affected Farming Families Number of Affected persons a. Crops impacted b. Trees impacted Budget Compensation to be paid to the land Owners Yes 15 Neem trees Rs 393, 490 Based on the Land Acquisition Act, 1894(Amended in 1984) and the National Policy on Resettlement for Investment Program Affected Persons, 2003. Compensation to ensure replacement value. As per the Government Rate As per the directions of Government for three members Subsistence allowances based on three months minimum wage rates. For 1.44 Acres of Land 2 2 11 As per the Entitlement Matrix Remarks

b c

Registration charges for the Land Subsistence Allowance to be paid to the Affected Persons including additional provisions for vulnerable persons

As per the Entitlement Matrix As per the Entitlement Matrix

d NGO Charges As per the Project Norms Note: Based on the Land Acquisition Act, 1894 (Amended in 1984) and the Nation Policy on Resettlement for Investment Program Affected Persons, 2003. The District Level Valuation Committee (DLVC) chaired by Deputy Commissioner will be responsible for determining the Replacement Value of land and structures. Other members of the DLVC shall comprise the Land Acquisition Officer of the Project Management Unit (PMU), the ULBs Resettlement Officer, representative of the Affected Persons, and the implementing NGO.

IV. A.

CONS ULTATION AND GRIEVANCE REDRES S P ARTICIP ATION

In fo rm a tio n Dis s e m in a tio n , Co n s u ltatio n, a n d Dis c lo s u re Re q u irem en t

14. Discussions were held with landowners for the Subproject during the month of July and October 2010. The site Break Pressure Tank located near Gadigound Gaon Village and for Jack well cum pump house near Kongalli Barrage Hulsoor based on the detailed topographic survey and consultation with City Municipal Council. 15. Basavakalyan Urban Local Body (ULB) officials disclosed the information about the Investment Program and the Subproject. Suitability of identified land for Jackwell cum pump house and Break Pressure Tank was also explained to all affected landowners. However, landowners expressed interest in knowing the procedures for land acquisition and the approximate amount of compensation which will be offered to them. It was communicated during consultations that the Basavakalyan ULB will disclose all relevant information about land acquisition to affected persons, and that it is mandatory under the Investment Program. 16. Consultations with affected persons indicate that they wanted compensation that will permit them to buy land of similar area and potential in the open market and possibly involve similar commuting patterns and costs as the land to be acquired. All affected persons indicated preference for cash compensation instead of land-for-land option.

13 17. Further, during Short Resettlement Plan (SRP) implementation, the implementing Non Governmental Organization (NGO) will consult each affected persons to inform them about the outcome of the decision-making process, and confirm how their views were incorporated in subproject design. Copies of the relevant project information will be made available both in English and Kannada at the Basavakalyan ULB Office for reference. The SRP shall be brought to the notice of all affected persons with the help of the implementing NGO. The NGO will also implement rehabilitation activities as per the Resettlement Plan, and develop procedures in a transparent, consistent, and equitable manner if land acquisition is through negotiated settlement to ensure that those people who enter into negotiated settlements will maintain the same or better income and livelihood status. 18. Consultations with affected persons indicate that they prefer compensation at replacement value which can permit them to buy land at similar locations and has a potential in the open market possibly involving similar commuting requirements and costs as their current land. The Investment Program ensures compensation at replacement value through the District Level Valuation Committee (DLVC). The Investment Program will also pay for all fees, taxes, and other charges (registration, etc.) incurred for replacement land. All affected persons indicated preference for cash compensation instead of land-for-land option. B. Grie va n c e Re d re s s a l Me c h a n is m s

19. A Grievance Redressal Committee (GRC) will be formed to ensure that grievances are addressed in a timely manner, facilitating timely project implementation. The GRC will comprise representatives from affected persons (ensuring representation of vulnerable households), local government/Basavakalyan ULB, Investment Program Officials Deputy Project Director of NKUSIP, and NGO/ community based organizations (CBOs). The GRC will redress grievances at the local-level in consultative manner with participation of affected households, or their representatives. GRC meetings will be convened as and when necessary to address complaints when arised. The time and date of GRC meetings will be announced to affected persons by the implementing NGO and Resettlement Officer a week in advance. To further ensure GRC accessibility to affected persons, the implementing NGO and Resettlement Officer will inform affected persons on grievance redressal procedures, the functions of the GRC, and how to access the GRC. The grievance redressal process is shown in Figure 3. The first level of screening of grievances shall be undertaken by the implementing NGO and the Resettlement Officer in Basavakalyan ULB. Only major grievances shall be placed before the GRC. The GRC will determine the merit of each grievance and attempt to resolve the same within a month from the date of lodging of complaints, failing which the grievance shall be addressed to the Deputy Commissioner. The GRC shall forward grievances of serious nature immediately from receipt of complaint to the Deputy Commissioner. The Deputy Commissioner will hear appeals against the decisions of GRC. The decision of Deputy Commissioner is final and cannot be contested in any other forum except in the Court of Law. All costs incurred in resolving the complaints will be borne by the Basavakalyan ULB.

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Figure 3: Grievance Redressal Process Affected Persons Major Grievances

Implementing NGO and Resettlement Officer Not Addressed

Grievance Addressed

Major Grievances GRC

Grievance Addressed Not Addressed Deputy Commissioner, Bidar Grievance Addressed Not Addressed

COURT
NGO = Non-Government Organization, GRC = Grievance Redressal Committee

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20. All Affected Persons will be entitled to resettlement and rehabilitation benefits based on the Entitlement Matrix. In case of land acquisition, the replacement cost will form the compensation. DLVC will determine the replacement value of the land. Loss of income/livelihood will be compensated within the overall resettlement package in accordance with the entitlement matrix. Compensation and Resettlement package entitlements will be paid before taking possession of the land. In case there is an outstanding loan taken on the land proposed for acquisition, if not paid until the time of acquisition, a portion will be deducted from the total compensation, and the rest will be settled in a phased-manner, in consultation with the affected persons. 21. Payment of compensation and other approved package of assistance will be made to the titleholder through issuance of a bank cheque to ensure a transparent disbursement process. The cheque will be issued by the Deputy Commissioner, after the Basavakalyan ULB deposits the amount with the Deputy Commissioner. Payment to affected persons should be done before contract award, or by latest before commencement of civil works. B. In c o m e Re s to ratio n

22. Persons affected by permanent land acquisition for the proposed Jackwell cum pump house and Break pressure tank sites have been identified. The Investment Program will provide the two affected households subsistence/transitional allowance for three months based on minimum wage and will provide free transport facilities/shifting assistance since the land to be acquired from the affected persons is a source of income; affected persons will be provided assistance for lost income based on three months minimum wage rates. ULB will be cajoled to go for acquisition during the non cropping season, to minimize the negative economic impacts on affected persons, including season (part-time) farm laborers. 23. Basavakalyan ULB will identify the availability of land-for-land compensation and will provide the option to affected persons. If, affected persons go for replacement land option; the ULB will provide all fees, taxes, and other charges incurred for the replacement land. 24. Affected persons for other components of the Subproject which are anticipated to exert temporary impacts from laying of pipes and road improvement will be provided assistance in restoring their income in accordance with the Entitlement Matrix. Income restoration schemes will be designed in consultation with affected persons considering their needs, capabilities and preferences of affected persons, and the absorptive capacity of the local economy. The strategy for income restoration will be prepared prior to land acquisition. The NGO will implement all rehabilitation measures with affected persons. 25. The Investment Program will provide affected persons with (i) subsistence/transitional allowance, and (ii) shifting assistance to restore the income of affected persons in the very short-term. VI. INS TITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK

26. Effective Short Resettlement Plan (SRP) preparation and implementation will be ensured through coordination between Bidar District Authorities, the Basavakalyan ULB as acquisition authority and the PMU. The Basavakalyan ULB will have the responsibility of ensuring that SRPs are finalized and approved prior to award of contracts for the project, and for monitoring

16 any changes to project design, which may require re-evaluation of the need for and adequacy of the SRP. The Basavakalyan ULB will hire an experienced NGO to assist in the implementation of the Resettlement Plan. The implementing NGOs main activities will include affected persons counseling and encouraging productive utilization of compensation and rehabilitation grants. The NGO will also implement rehabilitation activities consistent with the Resettlement Plan, and develop procedures in a transparent, consistent, and equitable manner if land acquisition is through negotiated settlement to ensure that those people who enter into negotiated settlements will maintain the same or better income and livelihood status. The Basavakalyan ULB will also designate a Tahsildar as Resettlement Officer to supervise and conduct internal monitoring of the implementation work. The Resettlement Officer will be adequately supported by the DLVC in terms of all valuations, due diligence carried out on affected persons, properties and Empowered Committee decision on acquisition. 27. The PMU will ensure that the land acquisition and rehabilitation processes followed under the Investment Program comply with ADBs Involuntary Resettlement Policy. The Investment Program Consultant appointed by PMU will undertake the census and detailed socioeconomic surveys. A Special Land Acquisition Officer (Revenue Department) at the PMU will monitor the process of SRP implementation. Figure 4 illustrates the resettlement plan implementation arrangements.

Figure 4: Implementation Arrangements Project Management Unit

Apex NGO, CAPP

Special Land Acquisition Officer

DO, Bidar

Land Acquisition Officer

Resettlement Officer at ULB

Implementing NGO
NGO = Non-Government Organization, ULB = Urban Local Body

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28. The unit costs for compensation and assistance have been broadly estimated. These include replacement cost of land, subsistence allowance, registration costs etc. The subproject component (Jack Well Cum Pump House and one Break Pressure Tank) budget for permanent land acquisition and resettlement will be decided by DLVC. Table 9: Resettlement Plan Budget
Sl. No. A 1. Type of Loss and Compensation Offered Land acquisition cost Loss of private agricultural land Quantity Unit Rate (estimated ) Total Amount (In Rs.) Remark

2.

Loss of Trees / Crops

1. Jackwell 0.82 Acre 2. Break Pressure Tank 0.62 Acre 15 Neem Tree

1. 100,000 b 2. 100,000

1. 82,000 2. 62,000

DLVC will determine replacement value of the land. DLVC will determine the value of trees with the help of concerned dept.

4000

60,000

Sub Total A B 1. Resettlement Cost for Private Land Assistance for economic rehabilitation of vulnerable households Subsistence allowance for three months for households whose residual land is unviable and losing income from land acquisition Sub Total B 3 Registration cost of transferred land Sub Total B 4 Implementing NGO seven months (Included in the NKUSIP Cost) Contingency 10% of the total cost Sub Total C LS Including over all NKUSIP Cost 1. Jackwell 0.82 Acre 2. Break Pressure Tank 0.62 Acre Approximately 10% of Total Land Cost Nil Nil

204,000

There is no vulnerable household

3 persons

Rs. 150 per day 90days

40,500

ULB will confirm minimum wage rates as part of the Short Resettlement Plan, verify all charges.

40,500 1. 8,200 2. 6,200 14,400 100,000

34,590 134,590

Grand Total 393490 (see note) DLVC = District Level Valuation Committee, NGO = Non Government Organization, NKUSIP = North Karnataka Urban Sector Investment Program, SRP = short resettlement program, ULB = Urban Local Body a and b Based on Government Rate Note: **Based on the Land Acquisition Act, 1894(Amended in 1984) and the Nation Policy on Resettlement for Investment Program Affected Persons, 2003. DLVC: The District Level Valuation Committee chaired by Deputy Commissioner will be responsible for determining the Replacement Value of land and structures. Other members of the DLVC shall comprise the Land Acquisition Officer of the Project Management Unit (PMU), the ULBs Resettlement Officer, representative of the Affected Persons, and the implementing NGO.

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IMP LEMENTATION S CHEDULE

29. All land has to be provided free from any encumbrances before the start of civil work. All land acquisition and resettlement of affected persons is to be completed before the award of civil contracts. The implementation process will cover (i) identification of cut-off date and notification; (ii) verification of properties of affected persons and estimation of their type and level of losses and distribution of identity cards; (iii) consultations with affected persons to address their needs, and priorities; and (iv) economic rehabilitation of the affected persons. 30. Timing of Resettlement. The number of permanently affected households in the Subproject is two and the process of land acquisition and resettlement is expected to be completed within a maximum period of seven months from the date of notification. Affected persons will have to be given sufficient notice to vacate their property before civil works begin. No civil works will start until affected person receives the approved compensation package, a broad implementation schedule for resettlement and rehabilitation. 31. Land Acquisition. Civil works are linked with the completion of land acquisition. In this case all land transfers from the Government have to be completed. Depending on the ownership, the Basavakalyan ULB would need to coordinate with the relevant Government of Karnataka, in this case the Deputy Commissioners Office and the Revenue Department. 32. Affected Persons Identity Card. All eligible affected persons will be issued identity cards, giving details of the type of losses and type of entitlements. This card will be verified by the Investment Project Management Unit (IPMU), NGO and the affected persons, and signed by all parties. Each affected persons will be given a copy. The IPMU should issue identity cards to all affected persons, at the earliest possible time to ensure that opportunistic squatters and encroachers are not encouraged. Table 10: Tentative Implementation Schedule
Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Land Acquisition and Resettlement Activities Detailed Land identification and Survey, Marking of plots Consultation and Disclosure Verification of Socioeconomic survey and affected persons Preparation of land acquisition plan Preparation of Short Resettlement Plan Revision in Short Resettlement Plan and approval Payment of compensation and engagement of implementing NGO Possession of acquired property Internal Monitoring Handing over acquired lands to contractors for construction Start of Civil works Start Date January 2010 July 2010 July 2010 July 2010 July 2010 September 2010 December 2010 January 2011 January 2011 December 2010 March 2011 January 2011 October 2012 Completion Date Feb 2010 July 2010 July 2010 July 2010 July 2010 October 09 January 2011 February 2011

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MONITORING AND EVALUATION

33. The implementing NGO will submit quarterly reports to Project Management Unit (PMU). Gulbarga ULB officials will carry out internal monitoring. Job charts will be given to the Resettlement Officer. The job charts will indicate the targets to be achieved during the month. Monthly progress report shall be prepared and submitted to IPMU, reporting actual achievements against the targets fixed in their respective job charts and reasons for

20 shortfalls, if any. Short Resettlement Plan (SRP) implementation will be closely monitored to provide IPMU with an effective basis for assessing resettlement progress and identifying potential difficulties and problems. For monitoring and evaluation (M&E), the PMU will appoint an independent agency/Apex NGO to undertake external monitoring for the entire Subproject (this agency will provide an independent view of the Investment Program progress and should not be confused with the implementing NGO appointed by the Gulbarga ULB to oversee Investment Program implementation). The independent agency/Apex NGO will conduct mid term review and review on completion of SRP activities and submit its reports directly to the PMU. The PMU will submit all M&E reports to the ADB for review.

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APPENDIX 1: List of Participants / Officials Consulted


(Socio economic survey was carried out in the month of July 2010 and October 2010) LANDOWNERS/ MEMBERS OF LANDOWNERS FAMILY PARTICIPATED IN SOCIOECONOMIC SURVEY 1. Jaganath S/o Channbasappa Kadadi 2. Satish S/o Kishan Rao Biradar BASAVAKALYAN ULB Officials Consulted for identification of survey nos and for conducting Socio-Economic survey 1. Sri. B.Basappa .Commissioner, CMC, Basavakalyan 2.Sri. S.B. Pujari.A.E.E. CMC, Basavakalyna 2. Sri. Shivkumar Parma. A.E, CMC Basavakalyan Other Government Officials Consulted for identification of survey nos and for conducting Socio-Economic survey 1. Sri. Prasanna Kumar, Tahsildar, Basavakalyan 2. Sri. Chintha Vithal, Revenue Inspector, Tahsildar Office, Basavakalyan 3. Sri. Dattatreya, Village Accountant, Hulsur Village 4. Sri. Chandrashekar, EE, DO, Gulbarga 5. Sri. Sashidher Malli. AEE, NKUSIP Cell, Basavakalyan 6.Sri. Suresh SDO KUIDFC gulbarga

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APPENDIX 2: Legal Land Documents of Affected Persons (Panni)

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APPENDIX 3 : 4 (1) Notification of Proposed Jackwell and BPT Land Owners

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APPENDIX 4 : Socio-economic Data of proposed Jackwell and BPT Land Owners

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APPENDIX 5: Photos of Proposed Jackwell and BPT Land Owners

Site for Jack Well cum Pump House near Kongli Barrage

Kongli Barrage

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Identified site for Proposed Break Pressure Tank

Socio-economic survey of Seasonal Labour

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Discussion with Village Accountant Regarding Jack Well

Discussion with Village Accountant Regarding Jack Well

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Discussion with Proposed Jack Well Land Owner

Discussion with Proposed Jack Well Land Owner

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Site visit with Village Accountant

Discussion with VA Regarding Proposed Jack Well Land