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CPI (M) sought compensation for Mid-Manair oustees

Should be paid before work commences

Hyderabad, January 1, 2007

The Communist Party of India (Marxist) State Committee has demanded the State Government to announce suitable compensation for the oustees of Mid-Manair project in Karimnagar before commencing work on it.

The CPI (M) general secretary BV Raghavulu in a letter to the Chief Minister lamented that the compensation package announced by the Government was unscientific and would not be affected. He stated that eleven villages would be fully submerged and seven partially affecting 35,000 people. The package announced by the government, however not made any mention of rehabilitation of youth, artisans and other sections whose livelihood would be affected.

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