Demolition notice Served over “illegal House” to Former AP CM Chandra Babu Naidu

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The demolition notice has been given to former chief minister N. Chandrababu Naidu’s house on the banks of the Krishna in Undavalli for four years. The building belonged to businessman Lingamaneni Ramesh.

The notice issued by the AP Capital Region Development Authority states that the building was illegally built without obtaining the necessary permits and had to be demolished within seven days of the notice being issued. It comes a day after the public forum was demolished.

The notice issued by the AP Capital Region Development Authority states that the building was illegally built without obtaining the necessary permits and had to be demolished within seven days of the notice being issued.

This was posted by CRDA Zonal Assistant Director Narendranath Reddy and other officials on the walls of the house on Friday morning.

In addition to the building where Mr. Naidu stayed, the BJP has issued notices to the owners of 27 other buildings on the banks of the Krishna River, which houses the residence of senior BJP leader Gokaraju Ganga.

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The Mysore Awadhuta Dutta Peetham also gave notice of an ashram belonging to Pope Swami Ganapathi Sachithananda. It was in this ashram that Visakha Sri Sarada Peethan director Swami Swarupana-Ndendra Saraswati attended a function attended by the chief ministers of two Telugu states.

Notice on Mr. Naidu’s home, a CRDA inspection found that construction on six cents of an acre of land was done without legal permission and contravened the regulations.

The building was illegally constructed without obtaining the necessary permits and in violation of set rules and regulations under Section 115 (1) & 115 (2) of the CRDA Act. It warned that action would be taken if replies were not timely filed or incorrect.

The notice said that the RCC room, swimming pool, helipad and ground and first floor structures are located within 100 meters of the Krishna River. Ten temporary sheds were built without the approval of the CRDA.

Four days ago Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, the first day of the collectors’ meeting, listed the violations in the public heating system. All of those violations apply to Mr. Naidu’s residence because it is located next to the public venue and close to the river.

The building is 19.5 meters high and the flood level is 22.5 meters. On the day of the collectors’ meeting, Mr. Reddy took a step back and declared that the building where Naidu lives is also illegal and unauthorized.

“Mr. Naidu knows this is an illegal structure and is forging innocence. So far the government has paid its rent. What is the problem with evicting the rented house? Said on Twitter.

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