Both the plans were notified in December 2016 and the petitioners stated that the government had directed the North Goa Planning and Development Authority in 2018 to make changes in the outline development plans of Panaji and Mapusa.
The BSS submitted that the names of approximately 1,300 farmers, mostly tenanted, were missing from the Mapusa register and had been replaced with the names of those who originally owned the lands.
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