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Relief package for Gundlakamma project villages
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Relief package for Gundlakamma project villages

Partially submerged villages to get full relief

Hyderabad, September 25, 2007

The State Government has finally given the green signal for extending relief and rehabilitation (R&R) package to the villages which would face partial submersion under the Gundlakamma project. The package is believed to be on par with fully affected villages. The administration has identified Denuvukonda, Thimmareddypalem, Kotikalapudi, Manikeswaram and Anamanamuru initially as partially submerged villages. As the water surrounded their villages, the villagers launched indefinite agitation demanding that the Government should include their villages in the fully submerged list and extend relief and rehabilitation package accordingly.

Ongole and Santhanutalapadu MLAs B Srinivasa Reddy and D Sambaiah brought the issue to the notice of the Chief Minister who directed the Major Irrigation Minister P Lakshmaiah to look into the issue. A committee was formed under the chairmanship of Joint Collector Dinakar Babu who studied the situation in the six villages and submitted a report with Rs.15 crore estimates to the minister a couple of days ago.

According to the initial project report, while only five villages face full submersion, six villages face partial submersion. But the villagers of six villages gave an ultimatum to the district administration from the project if their villages were also not extended the same package as fully submerged villages got.

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