Mon. Jul 15th, 2024

Revanth Reddy Dares to Touch the Lotus Pond

Revanth Reddy Dares to Touch the Lotus Pond

Revanth Reddy: The illegal encroachment at YS Jagan’s house in Lotus Pond, Hyderabad, has been the subject of long-standing claims. However, as no CM has yet to act on this, there hasn’t been any coordinated action up until now.

Addressing the contentious construction of Jagan Mohan Reddy’s opulent mansion at the renowned Lotus Pond in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Chief Minister Revanth Reddy of Telangana has taken a risk for the first time. This palace-like structure has long been a subject of political and public scrutiny. Revanth Reddy’s move signals a significant development in the ongoing tensions between the Telangana and Andhra Pradesh political landscapes.

According to reports, the GHMC has demolished the security preparations put in place in front of Jagan’s house in Lotus Pond.

Today, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) demolished illegal structures located in front of Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy’s residence at Lotus Pond. These unauthorized constructions, which were intended for Jagan’s security, had encroached upon the road and caused significant inconvenience to the public.

It was allegedly causing traffic problems and public annoyance for there to be encroachments in front of Jagan’s house. Unfazed by Jagan, the Revanth Reddy government ordered the demolition of these encroachments near his residence. The structures, which had been built by encroaching on the public road and causing daily hassles, have now been removed.

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While Jagan’s supporters maintain that these arrangements are necessary for his safety, locals and residents think this step is necessary to improve public access to this route, which is public property. For whatever reason, CM Revanth has dared to touch the Lotus Pond, which has been untouchable for years, regardless of whether Jagan is in office or not.

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