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Telangana Land Survey: Congress Seeks Special Assembly Sessi

The Telangana Congress said that the land survey proposed by the TRS government was unconstitutional and undemocratic, and just a diversion.
Hyderabad | 28th August 2017
Leader Of Opposition in the Telangana Legislative Council Mohammed Ali Shabbir today said that the land survey proposed by the TRS government was unconstitutional and undemocratic, and had emerged as a strictly ruling party affair due to the involvement of TRS MLAs and party workers at every stage of the land survey process, thereby exposing the designs of the KCR regime ahead of the 2019 elections.

Speaking at the Assembly Media Point on Monday along with Ponguleti Sudhakar Reddy, Deputy Leader of the Council, Shabbir Ali demanded that the government immediately call for an all-party meeting and also a special session of the Telangana assembly to formulate the modalities and procedures of the land survey.

"Why are only TRS legislators and MPs involved and not the Opposition leaders? Is the survey being conducted by the Telangana government or the TRS?" he asked. "The copies of the Integrated Family Survey (Samgraha Kutumba Survey) should be made public and also circulated among Opposition MLAs, MLCs and MPs. The government should involve leaders of all parties, including opposition MLAs, even if the committees are chaired by TRS ministers," he added.

He said that during 1993-94 then Chief Minister K Vijaya Bhaskar Reddy had also conducted a comprehensive land survey in the whole of AP and a record 4.5 lakh acres of the poor were regularized and patta pass books were granted. "How it is possible to make a survey within 10 days of 1.20 crore farmers' lands?" he asked.

Responding to a question on KCR's pronouncement of the TRS winning 100 MLA seats in the 2019 polls, Shabbir Ali said that it was nothing but a Goebbels campaign.

"KCR is well aware of the fact that 90% of his MLAs including those who defected from the Congress and other parties are unhappy and disgruntled over the family rule in the TRS and the government, and may not get tickets in 2019. He has sensed the political polarization and also the heartburn among the seniors and defectors, and that is why he has launched a publicity drive that the party would bear the election expenses of all and would win the 2019 polls hands down in over 100 seats," he said

"I am sure that the people and the politicians (seniors and defectors in TRS) are intelligent enough to see through the mind games of KCR and save themselves from humiliation," he said.

Sudhakar Reddy charged the TRS government with neglecting tribal welfare. The land survey was a mind game being played by KCR to ensure that all people were kept busy by that alone and stopped noticing the dilution of other welfare schemes, he alleged.
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