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Opposition parties protest against APIIC land sale

Police arrests leaders staging dharna before APIIC office

Hyderabad, August 24, 2007

The activists of Telugu Desam Party, Telangana Rashtra Samithi, CPI and CPM on Friday organized a demonstration before the APIIC building opposing the outright sale of Government lands in and around the city. The APIIC opened technical bids on Friday for selling 140 acres of land in Rayadurg on the city outskirts for development works.

Opposing the sale of prime lands, the activists of the opposition parties staged a dharna before the APIIC office. The police made tight security arrangements before the APIIC office and cordoned off the main gate with barbed wires. The party supporters and leaders of Opposition parties are arrested and later released.

TDP Leader T Devender Goud charged that the APIIC which was supposed to provide basic infrastructure in the State has turned into a realtor and is on a land selling spree. He alleged that the APIIC is selling prime lands and paying royalties to the Government. He said that the buyers should not be allowed to take possession of the lands. Meanwhile, the Finance Minister, K Rosaiah justified the sale of Government land saying the lands are sold for mobilizing funds to implement Government schemes.

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