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    The Sree Seetha Ramachandraswamy temple in Bhadrachalam is facing challenges. During the state bifurcation, seven mandals from Khammam district were merged with Andhra Pradesh as part of the Polavaram submerge. Villages like Kannaigudem, Picchukulpadu, Yetapaka, Gundala, and Purushottam Patnam were included in this merger. However, the residents are now facing difficulties, such as a lack of proper garbage disposal facilities and the need to travel long distances to reach government offices.

    The people of these villages are demanding to be merged back with Bhadrachalam, as they feel disconnected from the development happening in Andhra Pradesh. This issue has been a topic of discussion and debate for the past ten years, with various political parties promising to address it during elections. The recent formation of a coalition government in Andhra Pradesh has reignited hopes for the merger of these villages with Bhadrachalam.

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    In addition to the merger issue, there is also a dispute over the ownership of land belonging to the Ram Temple in Purushotha Patnam Gram Panchayat. Development work on this land has been halted due to opposition from local residents and public representatives. Efforts have been made by Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy and Minister Tummala Nageswara Rao to discuss this matter with Andhra Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu.

    Residents from villages like Kannaigudem Panchayat are hopeful that the new TDP government will address their concerns and facilitate the merger of these villages back into Telangana. They believe that being part of Bhadrachalam will lead to better development opportunities for their communities.

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