Telangana Congress seeks governor’s involvement over Mallanna project

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Hyderabad: On Monday Congress state section stepped adult vigour on Telangana supervision by submitting a chit to Governor ESL Narasimhan seeking his involvement in a Mallanna Sagar irrigation plan in Medak district, that had triggered large protests.

“We requested his (Governor’s) involvement as a initial citizen of a state on influential land merger and other issues. The state supervision is going unilaterally on a plan though deliberation a hardships being faced by bad people there,” TPCC President Uttam Kumar Reddy told reporters outward Raj Bhavan.

“The TRS supervision is dubious a High Court as well,” he alleged.

“They sensitive a justice that they will not forcibly acquire land for a plan though in reality, they are forcing people to partial with their land. We have sensitive a same to a Governor,” Reddy said.

A record print of Uttam Kumar Reddy.A record print of Uttam Kumar Reddy.

A record print of Uttam Kumar Reddy.

He pronounced his celebration does not conflict construction of irrigation or energy projects though objects to a methods employed by a state supervision for appropriation land.

“We conflict influential merger by anti-constitutional methods being used in a name of a project,” Reddy said.

He also purported that prohibitory orders are in force in some villages in closeness of a plan area for a past
several days formulating problems for villagers.

The K Chandrasekhar Rao-led TRS supervision has due to erect Malanna Sagar irrigation plan during Yetigadda Kishtapur encampment in Kondapak mandal, for that it is appropriation 12,000 acres of land.

About 14 villages are expected to go underneath H2O due to a project. Once completed, a project, estimated to cost Rs 9,800 crore, would direct 12 lakh acres of land in Medak, Nizamabad, Nalgonda and Ranga Reddy districts.

Protesting villagers, however, are facing merger and are perfectionist remuneration underneath a Land Acquisition Act 2013.

In July, rancher B Narasaiah (73), who hailed from Pallepahad village, had committed self-murder allegedly opposite a merger of land for a project.

At slightest 10 farmers were harmed in rod assign by military nearby Yerravalli encampment when few protests had
incited violent.

Reddy serve purported that a state supervision has not nonetheless prepared amicable and environmental impact reports for a project.