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    Former minister and Medchal MLA CH Malla Reddy challenged the ruling Congress party to provide evidence that he has encroached on land. He stated that he would be willing to step down from his MLA post if the documents he possesses are proven to be fake. Malla Reddy also accused Congress leaders of having forged documents.

    In response to allegations made by government whip A Laxman, Malla Reddy questioned whether Laxman was prepared to back up his claims. He emphasized that the survey on the disputed land had recently been completed and urged everyone to await the official report. Malla Reddy announced that he would be meeting with Chief Minister Revanth Reddy, the Revenue minister, and the collector to present his original land documents.

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    Revenue officials conducted a survey on the land dispute involving Malla Reddy in Suchitra. The surveyors carefully examined the boundaries with both parties present. The officials identified survey numbers 82 and 83 within the surveyed area and are currently preparing a report that will play a crucial role in determining land ownership.

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