telangana: Battle brews between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh over Rs 70,000 crore land | Hyderabad Information


HYDERABAD: Land parcels of about 5,000 acres price Rs 70,000 crore – practically one-fourth of this yr’s state price range – belonging to Deccan Infrastructure and Land Holdings Restricted (DILL) is now the bone of rivalry between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.


As each neighbouring states nonetheless haggle over division of establishments and firms underneath Schedule IX and X and distribution of belongings, AP has been demanding a share within the unutilised land parcel of DILL, the market worth of which is put at Rs 60,000 crore-Rs 70,000 crore. For starters, the state price range for 2022-23 introduced by finance minister T Harish Rao in March was Rs 2.56 lakh crore.
Telangana has to this point refused to share the DILL land with its neighbour. For that matter, the problem has remained unresolved for the final seven years. Income division officers mentioned had the land subject been resolved, the state authorities can hive off some parts of the land parcels for income mobilisation (auctioning) or use them for different tasks.
Of the 5,000 acres, about 1,200 acres is unutilised and is positioned on the outskirts of the town reminiscent of Shamshabad, Jawaharnagar, Koheda, Gajularamaram, Bowrampet, Suraram and Hayathnagar in Rangareddy and Medchal-Malkajgiri districts.
T reclaimed 5,000 acres fromDILL in ’15 for flouting norms
Our land parcels had been bought in 2007 and 2008 by the erstwhile AP Housing Board as a part of useful resource mobilisation by the then authorities for irrigation tasks. About Rs 2,800 crore income was generated and the identical was deposited with the state authorities,” a senior consultant of DILL informed TOI.
Officers mentioned when DILL was arrange in 2007, the state authorities had transferred about 6,800 acres of land to the company. Whereas 1,890 acres had been both bought or allotted to numerous tasks and joint ventures, 5,000 acres nonetheless stay unutilised.
The Telangana authorities reclaimed the 5,000 acres from DILL by issuing a GO in 2015, contending that land allocation situations had been violated by DILL. The AP authorities approached court docket after Telangana took again the land.
Curiously, the Telangana authorities has been elevating DILL land subject throughout bifurcation conferences asking AP to withdraw the case on the land row.
Telangana Housing Board officers mentioned AP’s argument demanding land share doesn’t maintain water since land is in Telangana erritory.


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