Hyderabad, Nov. 28 (Telemedia) : In a major development on Thursday, the TS assembly unanimously resolved to constitute an house committee to probe into the large scale irregularities committed by film nagar, jubilee hills, TNGO and Journalist housing societies. The members alleged that the managements of these societies have violated all rules and regulations and allotted prime lands to their people of their choice as per their whims and fancies. The enquiry report submitted earlier by the Director of Cooperative Societies Dr.Kiranmayi was not honoured and no action was taken on this, the members alleged. The memebers cutting across the party lines were unanimous on the issue probing into irregularities. The MIM MLA Akbaruddin Owaisi who demanded the house to constitute a judicial enquiry into the whole affairs. ‘Let the government order a judicial enquiry with a retired judge’, he demanded. The MIM floor leader who stole the show, revealed one by one the irregularities taken place in these societies with recorded evidence, the entire house remained mute spectator.
Referring to the Film Nagar housing society, Akbaruddin alleged that the society had alloted land illegally to one Chinnappa Reddy from Rayalaseema who was a member of the society but did not produce a single film. He was not only given land in his name but also to his wife, son, daughter etc. A 4 acre land was originally earmarked for constructing an RTC depot in Jubilee Hills layout which was disappeared without any trace till date. Similarly, the land earmarked for the public park in the same layout is also disappeared.
Pointing out at the irregularities taken place in the Jubilee Hills Journalists Cooperative Housing Society (JHJCHS). Akbaruddin said that one member Janardhan Rao had already lodged a complaint with the Jubilee Hills police station due to which the high court ordered a thorough enquiry.
Replying to the debate, the Chief Minister said that government has all the evidences in the form a report submitted earlier by the Crime Investigation Department (CID) which is stored in 80 bundles running into 1500 pages. But unfortunately, erstwhile governments have not initiated any measures as it hampers their own people. He alleged that previous governments have indulged in looting the land and caused heavy losses to the exchequer. He read out that the Jubilee Hills House Building Society was allotted 1,398 acres of government land comprising 1195 acres at Shaikpet and 203 acres at Hakimpet and land to other societies.
‘Our government is committed to protect the lands and their ownerships. Hence, we do not spare anyone however big from punishment, if proven guilty’, said the Chief Minister who moved the resolution which was adopted by the house unanimously.