Hyderabad: As demanded by the MIM floor leader Akbaruddin Owaisi and other MIM members, the Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has announced CB-CID inquiry on encroachment of Wakf Board Lands in the state.
Chief Minister said while replying to the question raised in the short discussion on “Palle Pragathi – Pattana Pragathi” today. said that several times the issue of encroachment of Wakf lands and Temple lands has come for discussion, this time also it has come, he said that he will order today itself for the CB-CID inquiry. He said as per records, the government has frozen the lands of Wakf Board and Temple lands, no one can sell it nor it can be registered. In some cases, Akbaruddin Owaisi alleging that the government is not representing the cases of wakf land in the court and hence he has demanded the inquiry for which he is ready to give the order.
Keeping in view that the population of twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad is increasing, presently the city has only a few major hospitals as Gandhi Hospital, Osmania Hospital, Niloufer Hospital, there is a need for having more hospitals, presently the government plan to set up 4 Superspecial Hospitals adding 6000 to 8000 beds, he said apart from Telangana Institute of Medical Science, under its control these hospitals will come up at Gaddianarram Market, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan at Secunderabad and at one more place, the site will be finalised.
Explaining on the controversy going on Gaddinaram market shifting to Bata Singaram, the Chief Minister for the construction of Hospital, the government needs a suitable place for the convenience of the people for which Gaddianaram market land has been chosen were one Super Speciality will come up, the Gaddianaram market will be shifted to Bata Singaram which is a more suitable place for the market, where all the facilities will be provided to the traders and the consumers.