Greenfields residents want MRO to act on encroachers

Greenfields residents want MRO to act on encroachers
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Greenfields Plot Owners Association (GFPOA) have filed a complaint with the Malkajgiri Mandal Revenue Officer (MRO) that recently two plots have been encroached by Dayanand, brother of former AP Minister P Shankar Rao. The association members alleged that in all 123 plots in the locality were grabbed by the family of Shankar Rao.

Greenfields Plot Owners Association (GFPOA) have filed a complaint with the Malkajgiri Mandal Revenue Officer (MRO) that recently two plots have been encroached by Dayanand, brother of former AP Minister P Shankar Rao. The association members alleged that in all 123 plots in the locality were grabbed by the family of Shankar Rao.


“Earlier the MRO was ordered to taken an action against Shankar and family by former Ranga Reddy Collector Sheshadri who was then unceremoniously shunted out to Visakhapatnam when he exposed a major land grab at Serilingampally by a Congress MLA,” stated the members.

Greenfields Colony members submitting memorandum to  the MRO

The association is also being supported by United Federation of Resident Welfare Associations (UFERAWS) member Ashwin and Greater Alwal Allied Service Association (GAASA) member Dr GV Rao. “Rao questioned as to why the Collector’s orders were not implemented for which the MRO didn’t respond. Meanwhile Ashwin requested the MRO to book a criminal case against Dayanand for allegedly threatening a member of Green Fields Association.


If no action is taken by the MRO, the issue will be taken up with the Chief Vigilance Commissioner (CVC) of Telangana and the Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) for negligence of duty,” said GFPOA president S Chandrasekhar.“We have been fighting on this case for many years now. Now it is the responsibility of the authorities to protect these lands which is worth over Rs 750 crore,” he added.

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