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CM KCR’s decision to repeal GO 111 praised by elected representatives

On Monday, people’s representatives from 84 villages under the jurisdiction of GO 111 called on Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao and thanked him for his decision to repeal GO 111, which had become a stumbling block for development in Hyderabad’s surrounding areas.

The elected representatives, led by Chevella MP G Ranjit Reddy, thanked Chandrashekhar Rao for fulfilling his electoral promise made during the 2018 Assembly elections and lifting the restrictions on development. They stated that the decision would pave the way for village development and raise people’s living standards. The 1996 GO 111 restricted development activities in the catchment areas of the Osmansagar and Himayatsagar reservoirs.

Rajendranagar MLA Prakash Goud, Chevella MLA Kale Yadaiah, and other public representatives were also present.

Revanth lashes out at KCR govt

Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) president Revanth Reddy lashed out at the KCR government today, alleging that there was a huge scam behind the abrogation of GO 111. He stated that a separate system would be required to calculate the value of the scam.

Revanth Reddy told reporters at Gandhi Bhavan on Monday that CM KCR’s decision to revoke GO 111 would result in the deaths of thousands of people in the capital city due to floods. He stated that the State Capital would face numerous challenges as a result of KCR’s controversial decisions. He also claimed that the destruction of Hyderabad began when KCR became Chief Minister.

The TPCC leader claimed that State Minister KTR had created a real estate mafia, comparing the decision to repeal 111 GO to a nuclear explosion and saying that Hyderabad would become another Hiroshima and Nagasaki. He stated that all the ponds in Hyderabad had vanished and that the state’s rulers were now looking for water bodies to build on.






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