Land fees set to skyrocket in Dera Baba Nanak

Land prices in and across the ancient township of Dera Baba Nanak, located barely one hundred meters from the International Border, are set to skyrocket following the selection of the Indian and Pakistan governments to assemble a 3. Five-km hall from the metropolis until the Kartarpur shrine across the border. Real estate professionals declare that aside from land charges, the economy of the entire border district of Gurdaspur is about to develop exponentially. The starting point of lakhs of devotees from the Indian aspect.

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Who is predicted to pay obeisance at Kartarpur Gurdwara could be Dera Baba Nanak.
“The metropolis can be transformed into an important religious-tourism hub, following which land expenses will continuously grow manifold. Already, some Delhi-based total assets dealers have started eyeing the area. The biggest beneficiaries might be the hotel and restaurant industry. In simply one stroke, the town has been catapulted to worldwide reputation,” said Manjit Singh Dala, a Gurdaspur-based real estate owner.

Dera Baba Nanak MLA Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa said agriculture and commercial land fees could increase. There are reports that overnight, the costs of agricultural land have surged. “The price per acre of land was Rs 15 to twenty lakh. After Thursday’s statement, agriculturists are annoying Rs 30-35 lakh per acre,” said a farmer.

Amritsar, Gurdaspur, and Batala-primarily based hoteliers have started commencing places of work in the town. “We have decided to set up work areas in Dera Baba Nanak and could offer free transportation to pilgrims until Amritsar, Batala, and Gurdaspur. Since the town has no unmarried motel, lengthy-distance pilgrims will have no alternative except to stay in our lodges.

The hall has, without a doubt, revived our industry. For the past numerous years, the business has not been accurate. Still, now we see a ray of desire,” said Romesh Mahajan, president of the Gurdaspur District Hotel Owners Association. There are approximately 15 resorts in Gurdaspur and 20-bizarre in Batala. In Amritsar, the count number is over a hundred and fifty. “Pilgrims touring from HP and J&K will take the Pathankot-Dinanagar-Gurdaspur-Kala-naur course to reach Dera Baba Nanak. Because Gurdaspur is the closing massive metropolis on the manner to Dera Baba Nanak, we assume human beings to make a stopover.

Devotees from Delhi and different elements of the United States of America could be taking the Jalandhar-Tanda-Dasuya-Mukerian course or, rather, the Jalandhar-Baba Bakala-Batala avenue. Both methods, we stand to advantage,” averred Romesh Mahajan.

Commercial increase

Real estate professionals claim the economic system of the entire border district of Gurdaspur is ready to grow exponentially. The resort and restaurant industry might be the biggest beneficiary if the hall opens. There are about 15 hotels in Gurdaspur and 20-atypical in Batala. In Amritsar, the number counted is over 150 Overnight, reviews endorse, and agricultural land prices have surged from Rs 15-20 lakh per acre to Rs 30-35 lakh.

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