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25,000 Unauthorised Buildings In Hyderabad, Demolition To Be Discussed

Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav said the government would conduct a meeting on Jan 25 to discuss demolishing unauthorised buildings following the Ramgopalpet fire.
Hyderabad | 20th January 2023
Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav said that the State government would conduct a high-level meeting on January 25 and discuss plans to demolition unauthorised buildings in the twin cities following the Ramgopalpet fire accident.

The State government was also planning to conduct an all-party meeting to come up with a plan of action on the unauthorised buildings and other illegal business establishments, Yadav said.

Speaking at a press conference, Talasani Srinivas Yadav along with MP Lingaiah Yadav and MLA Muta Gopal said that as per preliminary estimates, there were over 25,000 unauthorised buildings in the twin cities operating commerically without taking proper permissions or following fire safety norms for decades now, and that action would be initiated against them after discussions with officials.

"We can't demolish all the unauthorised buildings in one go as there are the issues of large-scale employment and other matters. We will take steps in a phased manner to curb the illegal commercial operations in such buildings and to minimise collateral damage as much as possible," Talasani Srinivas Yadav said.

The minister also criticised union minister G Kishan Reddy for levelling "baseless remarks" against the State government following the accident, and said that it was not fair to politicise even fire accidents.

He alleged that Reddy, who represented the Secunderabad Lok Sabha constituency, had failed to bring funds from the Centre for the development of the State, and that he was also acting like a political tourist instead of developing his own constituency.
filed in:  Accidents, Fire Accidents, Fires, Talasani Srinivas Yadav, Demolitions, Illegal Constructions
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