Amid Vocal opposition, governing body members of the Delhi Development Authority will meet on Friday to formulate the farmhouse policy, aimed at regularizing 2000-odd farmhouses and allowing amusement parks, fitness centres and banquet halls on the premisis, depending on the size of the plots.
Acting upon your advice, I am giving my understanding on it, hoping to get assistance from you.
A) i don't know the meaning of "Amid Vocal opposition"
my guess is - it is completing the meaning of "where did Delhi Development Authority meet", shows adverb of place. So it can be a prepositional phrase working as adverb.
B) AIM can be a verb. Its subject is Delhi Development Authority. Most probably this is right as after "aimed at" gerund is coming which is the object.
C) depending on the size of the plots can be adverbial phrase or adjective phrase as it is describing about Verbal noun (regularizing, allowing)
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