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Minister threatens to invoke Land Acquisition Act

Minister threatens to invoke Land Acquisition Act
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Minister for Municipal Administration P Narayana on Saturday threatened to invoke Land Acquisition Act as a section of farmers in the capital region were not willing to part with their lands under land pooling scheme. Speaking to the media persons here on Saturday, the Minister alleged that the opposition parties were misleading

Reacts to a section of farmers successfully contesting the land polling scheme in HC

Vijayawada: Minister for Municipal Administration P Narayana on Saturday threatened to invoke Land Acquisition Act as a section of farmers in the capital region were not willing to part with their lands under land pooling scheme. Speaking to the media persons here on Saturday, the Minister alleged that the opposition parties were misleading and creating confusion among the farmers to stall the development activities, fearing a threat to their existence.


He said some farmers were approaching the court opposing land pooling. The officials had successfully completed enjoyment survey on 30,000 acres and payments made to 10,000 farmers. By May end payments would be made to farmers who owned more than 25,000 acres. Payments were pending in some cases due to disputes between families and farmers, he added.


Narayana said that the State government had decided to develop a world-class state capital and foundation would be laid in June second week. The Minister said that minor disputes over enjoyment of land would be settled with the help of gramkantas and the officials are working on it.

Meanwhile, Capital Region Development Authority Commissioner N Srikant said that a team of engineers left for Singapore to study the water management schemes as Kondaveeti stream submerge more than 3,000 acres in the capital region.He said that engineers would explain the inundated areas to Singapore team, which is preparing master plan for capital development. He said the team of engineers would stay in Singapore till May 6.

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