If we take a wider look, it starts to feel like there is no end to the illicit activities in Telangana. Under KCR’s 8-year regime, countless land encroachment incidents took place in the premises of Hyderabad and all fast-growing towns and cities across the state. On one hand, the government has been chanting things like the value of land is seeing a monumental rise in Telangana, while on the other hand, the political leaders of the ruling party itself are aggressively looting the public lands. Critics say that the looting under KCR’s regime has reached new heights and the ministers of the government themselves are explicitly committing the power abuse.
The victim, Ajit Jilani, alleges that 6 acres and 20 square yards of land in Survey Nos. 578, 579, and 576 in the Alwal area of Hyderabad city were recently encroached by the followers of MLA Mainampally Hanumanth Rao. Ajit says they have been farming on the land since the time of their grandparents. The victim said that he holds the passbook, documents, and all the official papers to claim his rights to the land.
However, he alleged that Vaddepalli Narasimha Rao, J. Sudhakar, Mahipal Reddy, Ram Reddy, Swami Goud, and Prashant Reddy were trying to illegally occupy his lands under the name of Navbharata Society by creating false documents. The victim Ajit Jillani appealed to the government to take legal action and bring justice to them. He also mentioned that with the increase in the value of land, some mafia gangs with the support of TRS MLA Mainampalli Hanumantha Rao Andaare trying to seek out and seize the agricultural land that rightfully belongs to him.
Ajit further stated that he had obtained permits from the GHMC for the construction of a building on a thousand yards of land in the Alwal area and had been forced out of the ground by goons and police. He said that they demolished the huts built by him, and started construction work there. To find out a solution to this problem, Ajit approached the MLA for help, who instead threatened him saying that the land in fact belongs to the Navbharat Society, and he should stay away. The MLA also mentioned that the land actually belongs to the government and was distributed among the people. Ajit said that there was no result despite filing a complaint with the police to enforce the tribunal’s verdict and file cases against members of the Navbharat Society.
He said construction work was being carried out while the case was pending in the High Court even as there is a survey dispute over the site. He said that despite the court dismissing Navbharat for constructing structures with false bylaws, another organization called Venkateswara Society was set up and their agricultural land was illegally registered to some. The victim, Ajit, alleged that the registration department officials had given false registration to Ahmed Faizal and their family members, including Ahmed, who had nothing to do with the land, without link documents.