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DRO, other officials visit Seethampet to ease tension
Khammam: District Revenue Officer T A Jayachander, Kothagudem Tahsildar KP Narasimhulu and other officials visited Seethampet village in Kothagudem...
Khammam: District Revenue Officer T A Jayachander, Kothagudem Tahsildar KP Narasimhulu and other officials visited Seethampet village in Kothagudem mandal in Khammam district on Monday. It may be noted that there were some disputes between the people belonging to SC community and other sections in the village on Sunday (April 14) with regard to the Muthyalamma Jatara festival. Some people shifted the deities (made of wooden logs) and the people of SC community objected to the act. And this led to tension in the village. Following this, the District Collector Siddharth Jain has directed the DRO and other officials to visit the village and submit a report. People belonging to SC community, said to the official team that the deities (made of wooden logs) were erected 50 years ago. However, they were removed and new deities (Muthyalamma) were erected on Sunday for which they objected. The DRO said that they would submit a report to the Collector in this regard. The officials visited the colony and made inquiries about availability of basic amenities.