Tolivelugu Crime Bureau: The current political scenario is in such a way that the politicians are striving to make a thousand rupees when spent a hundred rupees during the elections. Many are simply aiming to make a lot of money by exploiting and misleading people in the name of fake assurances and false promises. An unlimited set of illegal activities are taking place in almost every area of the state by various political leaders. Even the officials who represent the government are collaborating with the politicians and bagging tons of illicit money by cooperating in the public projects with the local leaders. Many are collaborating under Quid Pro Quo using political leaders. The higher the land rates in Telangana, the more litigation there is. The real business that runs here is not ordinary. If people from all walks of life are spinning the wheel in this real estate then understand how the situation is. It is in this context that politicians and officials are being criticized for committing corruption.
There is a talk that the last Chief Minister of joint Telugu states has cleared 500 ULC pending files in the last 15 days and made huge profits. Land rates have skyrocketed ever since. With this, everyone’s focus is on the Sur Place lands. Hundreds of acres of land were against the government’s policy, and the game was played out by officials and leaders. Thousands of files are being cleared in defiance of government orders as government ministers are not only slapped with currency notes but also partnered in business. In the joint Rangareddy and Medak district itself, a gang of officers literally opened up to lakhs of crores of scam. Evidence of this was collected by the Tolivelugu Crime Bureau. The whereabouts of the people for whom the lands were regularized were revealed in our investigation.
The Urban Land Ceiling Act was enacted in 1976. Accordingly, in urban areas, the area of the house should not exceed 1000 meters. The Act was repealed in 1999 by various political leaders to keep pace with the changing times. The ULC was gradually abolished in 2008 to regularize lands that were not in the hands of the occupier but under the control of the government. With this, the heirs of hundreds of acres in Hyderabad were subjected to the law and subjugated to the law. Some other lands are being torn down in court. The rest of the land was plundered by influential people in the name of the poor. 166, 58, 59 GOs are going to be battered by how many illegal orders they have received.
How lakhs of crores were scammed in these three years. Who owns the lands? Who encroached on them? To whom did the government give? Tolivelugu Crime Bureau is going to bring to the public the stories of how hundreds of acres have been cleared and beaded.