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AP Land Reforms Tribunal serves notices to Sanghi Group

Sanghi Group is believed to be holding about 2000 acres of excess land

Hyderabad, August 10, 2007

The Andhra Pradesh Lands Reforms Tribunal serves notices to Sanghi Group owned by Congress Rajya Sabha Member Girish Sanghi in possession of excess land of 2000 acres. The Tribunal headed by Rangareddy District Revenue Officer T Manikyala Rao ruled that the group is owning nearly 2000 acres of surplus land.

The order came in the wake of the State Government's direction to the Revenue Department to issue notices to all those who have surplus land with them. According to media sources, nine firms belonging to the Sanghi Group were told by the Tribunal that it was holding 2,015 acres of land in excess. The group, which owns about 2,900 acres has been asked to inform which portion of the land should be taken over by the Government.

However, the group has the option of challenging the Tribunal order before the appellate authority. It is to be noted that two day ago, the Tribunal severed similar notices to Ramoji Group having identified 1,363 acres of surplus land.

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