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KCR tour: Appeal for help flood his FB page

HYDERABAD: Chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is about to be besieged with proceedings when he is going on a excursion of districts which he promised to adopt after the Lok Sabha elections. The CM had now not only promised to discuss with each district (Telangana has 33 districts) but also camp there for 3-Four days to listen to issues of people in what might be noticed as his contemporary move to achieve out to people.

While the CM is but to announce his excursion schedule, those dealing with day by day problems, especially land ownership, are already trying to catch his consideration on social media. A farmer Sharath of Mancherial district triggered this ‘prajavani’ of sorts when he went live to tell the tale Facebook on Mar 27 on how a income authentic had disadvantaged his family of land by way of registering it on any individual else’s name. The CM spoke back immediately by way of individually calling up Sharath and saw to it that his issue used to be resolved. Soon, a number of others followed suit by way of trying to garner the CM’s consideration by way of placing out posts on social media.

Officials stated as and when KCR makes a decision to discuss with the districts, it received’t be simply land problems however a number of different issues that he would be flooded with. Complaints about lack of delivery and proper roads and underdevelopment in villages are set to take priority. It is also recalled KCR had promised throughout his Lok Sabha election rallies how he intend to spend a few days in districts to get to the bottom of people’s problems in what might be harking back to ‘Prajala Vaddaku Palana’ undertaken by way of KCR’s counterpart N Chandrababu Naidu when he used to be CM of unified Andhra Pradesh in 1995.

Sharath himself posted a video on his Facebook on April 14 of a family interesting for lend a hand from the CM. Three ladies appear in the video and certainly one of them explains that their father had died of a middle assault however officers have refused to increase Rs 5 lakh assistance that he is eligible for only the Rythu Bima scheme. “Please percentage the video until it reaches KCR,” a sobbing woman says, explaining she has four different siblings — three sisters and a brother. A phone number used to be equipped in the video but if NewsTread tried to achieve them, they did not reply. The family hails from Marripadu mandal of Mahabubabad district and owns 10 guntas of land.

With proceedings about income officers’ role in land-related instances pouring in, Sharath even introduced a separate WhatsApp workforce. Inspired by way of Sharath, Y Kondaiah also made a video of the family being disadvantaged of the ease they have been entitled to for a piece of land bought by way of executive in Dacharam village in Bejjanki mandal of Karimnagar for Thotapalli reservoir. Kondaiah stated the land belonged to his father Y Venkaiah and so they must be given the compensation. Kondaiah alleged that certainly one of his brothers used to be “being favoured” by way of officers, whilst the others have been ignored. “We have brought the subject to the awareness of former irrigation minister T Harish Rao who has instructed the income government to do justice to our family,” he stated in the video.

Complaints are pouring in on the authentic Facebook web page of KCR as smartly. Narasimha Gundepu of Seetharam Nagar panchayat in Amangal mandal of Rangareddy district stated they bought four acres of assigned land in 1995 however have now not succeeded in getting it regularised.

Vamshi Adluri of Warangal stated 100 sq. yards of land that they owned used to be being encroached upon by way of an individual who retired from the government recently. Vamshi had approached police and local MLA, however in vain.

In another example, villagers of Basvapur tried to get the CM’s consideration. Sathish Mudhigonda of the village stated 52 farmers have been but to get compensation for 44 acres of land that were bought for Basvapur reservoir as part of Kaleshwaram mission.

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