22-09-201922-09-2019 09:40:49 IST
2019-09-22T04:10:49.292Z22-09-2019 2019-09-22T04:10:46.042Z - - 03-04-2020
The Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) has served a demolition notice to the owner of the house former Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu.
CRDA has asked owner Lingamaneni Ramesh to remove the unauthorised construction within seven days, failing which APCRDA will take appropriate action. An order issued by APCRDA Commissioner was posted on the house located in Undavalli village as Naidu, President of opposition Telugu Desam Party (TDP), or his family members were not available to receive the same.
The order mentions that the reply submitted to the earlier demolition notice served in June was not satisfatory. As per the order the authorities during the inspection found the premises and the constructed area to be in violation of rules and regulation.
The order identifies unauthorised RCC residential buildings on the ground and first floor, along with a swimming pool and ground floor dressing room etc measuring 1.318 acres. It further states that the unauthorised construction is within the Maximum Flood Level (MFL) of the Krishna river.
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