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By Our Special Correspondent
In a written reply to a question by K. Mohana Rao (TDP) in the Assembly on Tuesday, the Revenue Minister, P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju, confirmed that the ryots had received a notice from Orissa and said legal action was being taken.
Replying to another question by G. Chinna Reddy (Congress), the Revenue Minister said there was a proposal to merge the Acts of Madras Survey Boundaries Act 1923 in Andhra area and Hyderabad Land Revenue Act in Telangana area and take up a re-survey. A pilot project for conduct of re-survey on experimental basis had been taken up in 56 villages in Chittoor, Guntur and Karimnagar districts with an estimated cost of Rs. 102 lakhs.
Bridge on the Sarada
The Panchayat Raj Minister, P. Srinivas Reddy, told D. Veerabhdara Rao (TDP), that the Government had sanctioned a bridge on the Sarada river at Vedurparthi. A project report had been submitted to the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) seeking Rs. 161.60 lakhs and work would begin after approval was obtained.
Bahuda river project
The Major Irrigation Minister, K. Srihari, told M. V. Krishna Rao (TDP) that instead of a barrage on the Bahuda river at Arakabadra village in Srikakulam district, the Government was studying an alternative proposal to divert waters (from the Bahuda river) into the Siddi tank by means of a series of groynes. This was to avoid land acquisition and water logging in Orissa.
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