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    The Gram Panchayat Office in Bhadrachalam has created quite a stir among the locals. On July 6, the Governor approved a bill to divide the Bhadrachalam Major Panchayat into three Gram Panchayats, leaving the people feeling frustrated and ignored by the government.

    Many residents are upset about this decision, believing that it will hinder the development of Bhadrachalam and lead to an increase in local issues. They had been worried for some time about the town being split into three panchayats, and their concerns were echoed by leaders of various political parties and tribal communities who opposed the division.

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    People are questioning whether it is fair to split Bhadrachalam into three panchayats, potentially erasing its unique identity as a spiritually and touristically significant location. They are urging the government to reconsider and keep it as a single panchayat, especially given the importance of Bhadrachalam Devasthanam.

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    The issue of dividing Bhadrachalam has been contentious for years, with opposition from various political parties except for the ‘Pink Leaders.’ The Congress MLA Podem Veeraiah had fought against the division in the past, even questioning the governor and ministers about it.

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    The division of Bhadrachalam is expected to be a major challenge for the Congress party, as key ministers from the joint Khammam district are involved. It remains to be seen how this decision will impact the local community and political landscape.

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