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AISS hits out at govt for acquiring lands for companies

Tue, Jul 05, 2016, 07:19 PM
Hyderabad, July 5: All India Sarvodaya Sangh (AISS) has alleged that the State government was acquiring lands for the sake of corporate companies instead of people’s sake.
The All India Sarvodaya Sangh meeting was held on Tuesday in Hyderabad. Addressing the meeting, All India Sarvodaya Sangh national president Mahadev Vidrohi has suggested that the rulers were not distributing land to the poor and the landless labor. He said the government has to acquire the land with the permission of grama sabha, but the government was doing it unilaterally.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi was extending support to the rich and waived Rs 2,000 crore loan to Adani. The Prime Minister also waived Rs 1.40 lakh crore loans of rich people like TATA, Birla and Reliance Groups. The Central government, which was supposed to extend support to the poor people, was extending support to the rich. He also alleged that the Modi government waived TRAI loans of Reliance and TATA Groups.

Concentrating on Sarvodaya Mandali, Vidrohi said that it should be spread in entire Telangana. AISS national general secretary Shaik Hussain said the activists have to take the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi, Vinobha Bhave, Jaya Prakash Narayan to establish non-violence and truth. He urged the meeting to strive for the establishment of peace in the society. He stressed the need of spreading the Sarvodaya Mandali to village level.

While delivering the presidential address, first Boodhan Movement leader Vedire Ramachandra Reddy’s grandson Aravind Reddy said that the land has to be given to real poor. Reminding the distribution of 1000 acre land by Ramachandra Reddy during Bhoodhan Movement, Aravind Reddy expressed his concern over the urbanization resulting in reduction of agriculture and increase of prices of the essential goods.

R Shankar Naik has said that there was a need to protect the bhoodhan lands from the encroachers. He suggested that the bhoodhan lands should be distributed to the poor. Nobody is taking care though the bhoodhan lands were going into the hands of the rich, he alleged. The Telangana Sarvodaya Mandali (TSM) elected new committee on the occasion. Vedire Aravind Reddy has been elected as TSM convener and R Shankar Naik as co-convener.

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