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    A group of people in Hyderabad protested against former Telangana minister Malla Reddy, accusing him of taking their lands. The protesters gathered at Praja Bhavan during the Praja Vani program on Friday. They claimed that Malla Reddy, who is a leader of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), used fake documents to seize their lands near Malla Reddy University in Dulapally.

    According to the victims, out of 360 plots, Malla Reddy and his associates encroached upon 130 plots. They called on the current government led by A. Revnath Reddy to provide them with justice. Malla Reddy, who was a minister in the previous BRS government, is now an MLA from Medchal constituency on the outskirts of Hyderabad.

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    The protesters held placards and raised slogans in front of Praja Bhavan, which is the official residence of the Deputy Chief Minister. They were participating in the Praja Vani program, where the government listens to people’s grievances every Tuesday and Friday. The banner displayed by Sri Mallikarjuna Sagar Welfare and Development Society stated “Malla Reddy land grabbing victims.” One woman shared that she had purchased a plot in 1990, but whenever they tried to build on it, other people claimed it as their own.

    Another victim mentioned that they had been seeking help from government offices for many years without any success. Last month, Malla Reddy and seven others were booked by the police for allegedly encroaching upon 47 acres of tribal land in Keshavaram village. The complainant, Kethavath Bikshapathi, accused Malla Reddy of illegally occupying and confiscating his ancestral land through fraud and conspiracy during the election period. The land was registered in Bikshapathi’s mother’s name, but it was transferred to the accused.

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    Malla Reddy, however, denied the allegations of land grabbing and stated that he would take the matter to court. He is known for running a private university and a chain of educational institutions, including engineering and medical colleges and hospitals.

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