“ Amaravati land pooling a big scam”

Amaravati, March 26: Asserting that Amaravati land pooling scheme is one of the bìggest scams, Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy, Advisor to the Government (Public Affairs), said that TDP leaders are intentionally playing tricks to bluff people with sting operations, as their roles were fully exposed.
Addressing a press conference here on Friday, he said that former Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu intentionally brought land pooling scheme to benefit his benamis and close associates, which was a scam running into Rs one lakh crore and part of it was the illegal transaction of assigned lands. He said that Naidu’s aides made agreements on those lands threatening the poor that compensation of land pooling would not come and snatched their lands at a very low price.
Pointing out that the GO 41 was issued by the then government, amending the Land Pooling Act, he said that the sole intention was for the benefit of those who illegally grabbed the assigned lands from poor. The GO also has the signature of then Chief Minister NChandrababu Naidu who was also the Chairman of CRDA and Municipal Minister Narayana. Chandrababu is A-1 and Narayana is A-2 in this case, he added.
The previous government revealed about the capital in January 2015, but even before the announcement, TDP leaders and their aides acquired lands in the region. Later, amendments were made to the Land Pooling Act in February 2016 by issuing GO No.41, betraying the poor.
TDP leaders are putting up the new drama of bringing sting operations just to bluff people and stated that people were not ready to believe their cheap tricks. If Chandrababu is not involved in the scam, he should cooperate in the investigation or be prepared to face the penal action for the scam. Chandrababu’s interest was real estate and not capital. If he was really keen to develop capital city, he should have built it between Vijayawada and Guntur, he said.

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