Tolivelugu Crime Bureau: Jubilee Hills Co-Operative Housing Building Society was formed in 1963. IAS officer Padma Shri Grahata Challagalla Narsimham turned this place into what it is today. He also worked as the first president and earned a great reputation for his decisions. It became number one in Asia in terms of infrastructure and class. His family built their first house in 1980. 350 houses were built after seeing the colonies established by him. Out of 1,398 acres, 1167 acres are still in the hands of society. There are strict rules to have 40 percent greenery and open space. However, it seems that all the scams took place in that open space. The members say that more than 10 thousand crores worth of land was illegally sold there. It is very rare to get Padma Shri in Indian Service. Such a person destroyed the colony of dreams. Being the most expensive area in the country, the rents are 150 to 200 rupees per square foot, and there are allegations that the governing bodies have swallowed crores by encouraging encroachers. It was the anonymous people who created disputes all the time and extensively did power abuse to get what they want.
All the crimes were organized as per their plans!
In the past, the vigilance committee report concluded that the members were illegally recruited to occupy the society’s lands. Illegally, family members, relatives, and friends gave them to their drivers. In the past, vigilance, CBCID, and society officials investigated that 168 people were illegally allotted plots in three phases from 1987 to 1991. The investigating agencies concluded that CVR (C. Venkateswara Rao), G. Narsimha Rao, and P. Subbarao, who worked as secretaries along with then President TL Prasad, Vice President NM Chaudhary, were the root cause of the 10,000 crore scam. Subbarao encouraged his cousin Hanmantha Rao and CVR encouraged his follower Narendra Chaudhary. The members say that the area that should have been calm had to constantly move around the courts and investigation agencies as the encroachers were getting aggressive regarding these prestigious lands. Narasimha Rao gave the plot to his son when he was still a minor. It is said that the five members of the governing body who worked in this way in 1987 illegally registered more than 30 plots each.
The public place was being occupied like this!
About 5 acres of public place 573 series has been allotted to benami. Plot No. 573-A and Plots A1, and A2 were allotted to a woman named Preeti in 1995. It is suspected that she is a benami of NM Chaudhary’s son Subhash. The IT department has recently issued notices on this topic. The dispute is how three plots were combined and 4 thousand yards were allotted to one. Ime Stabisha Biotech, Jesta Greenfield, Dhanista Parms, Hasta Biotech… A corporate organization has been developed from all of them. Due to the litigation in the illegally allotted plot, the Phoenix company has attacked on it with the help of government officials and is doing thousands of crores of real estate business.
Registrations with the stay from High Court!
The High Court has issued a stay after studying the Vigilance report that there were irregularities in 168 plots. The committee leaders made huge registrations in its name. In this order, Sunitha Reddy, daughter of a retired judge, was allotted a plot of 2,119 yards in 573 series in 2001. The plot was registered as being sold in 2002 to Manthena Nagaraju and 9 others. They sold it again in 2007 to Showtime dot Ltd. From them again it reached the same Phoenix organization. A secretary named Narsimha Rao allotted a plot in Jubilee Hills to his son Anand when he was 14 years old. In 1995, 1,051 yards were registered. However, 2,140 yards of land were given under the development agreement along with the adjoining government land. Rs 35 lakhs per month is coming as rent. 1,739 yards of land was registered in 2002 in the name of Ramanashree, daughter of P Srihari. She signed a development agreement with a corporate company in 2016. It is reported that the rent is 30 lakhs as her share. Irregularities also took place in the plots allotted to Srinivas Reddy, Aravind Babu, and Narsimha Rao. Who has built houses in open space? Let’s see how and who registered them in another article.