Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Company Limited (MPPGCL) is the nodal agency to facilitate the execution of the project.
The villagers claimed they have been protesting for the past nine years over the atomic power plant and when they did not relent, compensation was put into their accounts forcefully.
"MPPGCL forcefully put the compensation amount in our bank accounts and took our Aadhaar copies from the bank. We have written to the bank to remove their money," said Meera Bai, a resident of Chutka.
"We do not want the same things to happen to us," he said.
"We need to review nuclear policy and install renewable energy plants," Ghosh said.
Raj Kumar Sinha, activist working with the villagers, said they are being exploited and no amount of money could compensate for their land.
"These people are nature lovers. They can't be bought with money," he said.
The Women's Regional Network said a total of 17,000 people would be displaced if the plant comes up.
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