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TD Clarifies on YSRCP Central Office Demolition in Andhra Pradesh

TD Clarifies on YSRCP Central Office Demolition in Andhra Pradesh

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The TD explained the demolition of the under-construction central party office of the YSRCP at Tadepalli, attributing it to a complaint about the illegal construction of the office on land belonging to the Irrigation Department.

Complaint and Demolition

A TDP leader filed a complaint before the commissioners of CRDA and MTMC. It was alleged that the YSRCP was raising its party office on two acres of land that rightfully belonged to the Irrigation Department. MTMC officials, under supervision, subsequently initiated the demolition process.

Land Misuse Allegations

The TDP statement alleged that the disputed land, survey number 202/A1, was misused by former Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy to allot to the YSRCP. It is said that Reddy had planned to expand this party office into a neighboring 15-acre area by occupying these two acres. No clearance was given by the Irrigation Department for handing over this land to the YSRCP, the TDP pointed out.

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Earlier, YSR Congress Party president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy accused the Chandrababu Naidu-led NDA state government of demolishing the nearly complete central office despite a high court order to halt such activities. Reddy termed it an act of political vendetta and was being done in a very dictatorial manner with excavators and bulldozers.

Legal and Political Implications

The demolition started at 5:30 am on Saturday, even as the party had approached the High Court a day earlier against the preparatory actions of the CRDA. The HC had ordered a stop to any demolition activity, which was communicated to the commissioner of CRDA through a lawyer of YSRCP. Therefore, even as the demolition went on, the YSRCP has now claimed that the actions of the CRDA were contempt of court.

They shared their views and air their angsts mentioning that the rule of law and justice had vanished under the present NDA government; it comprises TDP, BJP, and Janasena. Reddy warned that this demolition reflects what Naidu’s governance could look like in the future and, likewise, asserted that the opposition wouldn’t get scared or bullied with this kind of political game. They declared that YSRCP will fight for people at any cost.

Conclusion:

The incident brought in everything that is intense about political rivalry in Andhra Pradesh, with the legal and social undertones of the matter. As both parties present their sides of the story, what remains a critical issue for the people and the politicking of the state is the truth behind demolition and its justification.

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