Since the Government could not afford the huge land acquisition cost, it has offered a Land Pooling option for which lands were given in Amaravati in lieu of their lands in Gannavaram. Both of them allege that Capital change is detrimental to their interests and so, they should be compensated according to the 2013 Land Acquisition Act.
YSR Congress Supporters in Social Media are criticizing Aswini Dutt for doing Real-Estate Business. But the fact is that there is nothing illegal in this deal and Dutt just is demanding his rightful share. Some people are asking if it is right to make the Government responsible for a closed deal and it can not guarantee a closed deal against real-estate fluctuations.
However, this argument is factually incorrect. “Unlike Land Acquisition, Land Pooling is based on the Development Promises made by the Government. They have given land only basing on the Government promises to develop Amaravati as a World-Class City,” Experts say.
Land Pooling is the best remedy to the draconian Land Acquisition but the experiment seems to be dying a painful death. Interestingly, the social media attack is only confined to Aswini Dutt but not on Krishnam Raju because he does not fit into the agenda of the same caste as Chandrababu Naidu. Moreover he is from BJP.Don't MissIn These Uncertain Times, Who Will Bell The Cat?The government of India has allowed the Cinema Theaters to open from the 15th of...Don't MissRajinikanth Fighting Against Paying for Vacant HallDespite sending a notice to the Chennai City Municipal Corporation reminding Section 105 that provides...Don't MissA Question Of Integrity For Mahesh Babu And TrivikramA film in the combination of Superstar Mahesh Babu and director Trivikram Srinivas has been...Don't MissLatest Adverse Judgement for YSRCP from the High CourtDespite the war of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on the Judiciary, YSR Congress continues to...Don't MissNo Permanent Enemies In Politics, Actress Proves AgainSenior Actress Khushboo who has been with Indian National Congress (INC) party for a long...