New Democracy workers plant party flags in govt land
The activists of CPI (ML-New Democracy) on Monday planted party flags in government lands in survey number 324 in the town, while accusing the State government of ‘cheating’ the poor masses in the name of constructing double bedroom houses.
Mancherial: The activists of CPI (ML-New Democracy) on Monday planted party flags in government lands in survey number 324 in the town, while accusing the State government of ‘cheating’ the poor masses in the name of constructing double bedroom houses.
Party leader Srinivas, who led the activists, demanded the government allotment of lands in the survey number to all eligible poor beneficiaries. About 500 women accompanied the activists. Srinivas alleged that the TRS government, even three years after assuming office, has failed to take up the housing scheme after conducting several surveys and announcing the names of over 10,000 eligible beneficiaries.
He claimed that there is 500 acres of identified government lands in the district and that a few leaders of the ruling party in collusion with the revenue department were trying to usurp these lands in the name of their family members. He named a TRS legislator of getting registered 57 acres in the name of his father, while questioning the ruling party leaders how they could justify their action of occupying the government lands.
Srinivas accused the municipal chairman of ‘misusing’ GO No 59 to construct a building after grabbing valuable land. He suggested to the government to allot land to the poor, who have been identified as beneficiaries of double bedroom houses along with Rs 5 lakh to enable them to put up huts for living there.
Party leaders Lalkumar Devanna, Sudhakar, POW leaders Manga, Sulochana and Lalitha participated in the programme.
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