TJAC seeks action against graveyard encroachers
Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC) district convenor Bhadru Naik demanded the government to take necessary action against the persons who...
Khammam: Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC) district convenor Bhadru Naik demanded the government to take necessary action against the persons who encroached the burial ground and surrounding areas of tank in the Ranghunathapalem village.
The TJAC members submitted a representation in this connection to District Collector in Khammam on Monday. Speaking on the occasion, Bhadru Naik said with the orders issued by the government in 1993, the people of Raghunathapalem village were using the government land, with survey number 1735/75, as burial ground. But most of the land of burial ground was encroached. Also, some of the persons encroached the land besides the tank present in the village and converted into plots due to which the size of the tank had reduced greatly, he alleged.
He demanded the government to take necessary action against those who encroached the said lands besides issuing pattas to poor people living in Ramachandraiahnagar and Pakabanda Bazaar, present near the Mamatha Hospital. The JAC members also sought minimum support price for the produce of farmers to bail them out.
Committee leaders’ Y Vinay Kumar, T Ramu, Venkateshwarlu Naik, Venkata Ramana, Naga Raju, Nageshwar Rao, Ravi, Srinu, Kittu, Lakshman, Veeranna, Sharath and Suresh were present along with others.