Petition filed in Andhra High Court against sale of govt lands in the state
A petition has been filed in the Andhra Pradesh High Court challenging the sale of government lands in the state.
Andhra Pradesh: A petition has been filed in the Andhra Pradesh High Court challenging the sale of government lands in the state. Socialist Suresh Babu filed a petition in the Andhra Pradesh High Court to stop the sale of state land. An investigation is underway. The government had recently issued a notification for the sale of public lands in the state. The Director of Build Andhra Pradesh has issued a notification to this effect.
Together with the NBCC, it has been decided to implement welfare schemes and infrastructure through the sale of public lands. The sale of lands will be taken place in six locations in Visakhapatnam and three in Guntur through e-auction process is set to take place on the 29th of this month. Those who buy the land through the auction will have full rights to the land after the cash payment. BUILD AP has announced that it will be auctioning off lands with no encroachments. The government will auction all 9 lands.
The government has set a reserve price of Rs 208.62 crore. The land will be auctioned in residential areas in Nallapadu and Srinagar colonies in Guntur city and in commercial areas on GT Road while in Visakhapatnam, the auction will be held at the residential area of Chinagadili, recreation lands in Aganampudi and SEZ lands in Fakir Takia.