Another Major Blow To Former Andhra Pradesh Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao

MLA Ganta Srinivasa Rao

MLA Ganta Srinivasa Rao


The YSRCP Government has once again given a shock to Telugu Desam Party senior MLA and former minister GantaSrinivasa Rao.

The YSRCP Government has once again given a shock to Telugu Desam Party senior MLA and former minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao. Authorities on Saturday morning demolished structures at the 'Hub for Youth', Go Karting Race at the intersection of Bhimili Beach Road and Mangamuripeta in Visakhapatnam. The staff led by GVMC DCP Rambabu reached there and destroyed the metal sheds with proclaimer. The walls and sheds covering an area of about four acres were removed. The DCP said it was action has been taken because it was built without permission under the CRZ.

This Go Karting Race place belongs to Kashi Vishwanath, a close associate of Ganta Srinivasa Rao.

It is learned that a week ago, the Government officials demolished 4.84 acres of land owned by Pratyusha Resources and Infra, a company owned by GantaSrinivasa Rao. The High Court imposed the status quo on this. This incident happened just a week ago and now, the officials once again targeted GantaSrinivasa Rao by demolishing the property that belongs to his close associate.

However, Go Karting managers and Anand Associates head Kashi Vishwanath complained that the structures were removed without giving them any notice.

He also mentioned that, it is private land which has been taken for lease and most importantly any permanent constructions are not made in the property due to the lease rules. He also said that, GVMC officials have demolished Rs 3 crore worth of entertainment and sports equipment. Kashi Vishwanath said that this is completely private land and has nothing to do with the government. We strongly condemn the propaganda that it is Government land.

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