Tension in Narsipatnam after municipality demolish ex-minister Ayyanna Patrudu's house wall

Municipal staff demolished the wall alleging that it was built to illegally occupy the canal. On 2 June, the municipal officials issued notices to the TDP leader saying that he had occupied two cents of land.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  19 Jun 2022 7:42 AM GMT
Tension in Narsipatnam after municipality demolish ex-minister Ayyanna Patrudus house wall

Anakapalle: Police were deployed at the former minister and TDP leader Ayyanna Patrudu's house on 19 June after a compound wall of his house was demolished in Narsipatnam in the Anakapalle district.

Municipal staff demolished the wall alleging that it was built to illegally occupy the canal.

On 2 June, the municipal officials issued notices to the TDP leader saying that he had occupied two cents of land.




Family blames Jagan rule

The TDP leader's family was outraged at the attitude of the authorities and blamed Chief Minister Y.S Jagan Mohan Reddy's revenge game against TDP.

Chintakayala Vijay, Mr. Patrudu's son, condemned the behavior of the municipal staff and said the house was built after taking all necessary permissions from the municipal commissioner. He alleged that the police came to the house and committed atrocities.

"The house was constructed five years ago, and I also have a 'No Objection' certificate. At 3 a.m, an IPS officer and the RDO came here along with a JCB and demolished the compound wall. We have all authenticated documents. Every penny has to be paid by the people responsible for the demolition," said Vijay.

Irrigation dept discloses documents

The irrigation department officials, meanwhile, disclosed documents claiming that Mr. Patrudu has been involved in illegal constructions. They said he constructed the basement on the Ravanapalli Reservoir irrigation canal and said he had occupied 10 feet of the canal area.



Plan for arrest?

Mr. Patrudu is likely to be arrested by the Anakapalle police for making indecent remarks against the Chief Minister and the tourism minister, R.K Roja, during the 'Mini Mahanadu' held recently in Chodavaram. Barricades were set up at Mr. Patrudu's house, and all entrances leading to the house were closed.

Meanwhile, some professors and employees of Andhra University protested on Saturday against the alleged defamatory remarks made by Mr. Patrudu against the university. They also organised a rasta roko and burned an effigy of the former minister. Andhra University joint action committee president G. Ravi Kumar demanded an apology from Mr. Patrudu.

The police said there are already more than 12 cases registered against the TDP leader, including a POCSO case.

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