Rathore’s Maharashtra Mahila Udyam Trust has been allotted a 7.93-hectare plot for Rs6.72 lakh, which includes annual rent of Re1 for 30 years for the playground. The plan includes 27,300 sq metre of land for a residential school, 20,000 sq metre for a college and 32,000 sq metre for a playground.
View President Pratibha Patil’s daughter Jyoti Rathore's Maharashtra Mahila Udyam Trust's land at Jambhe in a larger map
The allocation of attractive plots of land by the Maharashtra government to educational trusts headed by president Pratibha Patil’s daughter Jyoti Rathore and Maharashtra rural development minister Jayant Patil has brought an otherwise obscure village in Pune district into sharp focus.
The two plots with high commercial potential have been allotted in Jambhe in the Mulshi taluka. They are located within five km of the Mumbai-Pune expressway and the IT park at Hinjewadi, and within 10km of the prominent industrial townships of Pimpri and Chinchwad.
According to some villagers, including a former gram panchayat member, land prices in the village have shot up to Rs1 crore per acre due to real estate development in the vicinity and proximity to the expressway and IT park.
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