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    The State government in Hyderabad is working to improve revenue generation for implementing schemes during the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. This includes plugging loopholes in tax collection, speeding up the LRS scheme, mining sand and other minerals, raising government property leasing fees, protecting government lands, and curbing non-duty-paid liquor.

    Deputy Chief Minister and Finance Minister Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka is ensuring that the State’s revenue remains under government control. He directed officials to find additional revenue resources without burdening the common man. Efforts are being made to prevent unauthorized registrations and safeguard government lands in Hyderabad and surrounding areas.

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    An open auction of sand is being conducted to make it easily available to the public. Bhatti emphasized the need to explore revenue avenues in house construction and other sectors. Government lease rates will be reviewed, particularly in HMDA, industrial estates, and tourism sectors.

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    IT and Industry Minister D Sridhar Babu highlighted the availability of manganese in Adilabad district and instructed officials to gather information on minerals in various districts for additional resource mobilization. Measures are being taken to prevent illicit sand transport, including installing CCTV cameras and monitoring sand delivery vehicles.

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