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    Kamareddy: Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, Pocharam Srinivas Reddy, announced that Chief Minister KCR has found a permanent solution to the land issue that has been persisting for a decade. He urged farmers to have the courage to reclaim their lands. The government has provided land pattas (land titles) to the farmers in Banswada town in Kamareddy district. During the program, singer Gaddar, Telangana entrepreneur and chairman of the State Giddangula Corporation, Sainath Chand, paid tribute to the late Sai Chand, with two minutes of silence. Chief Minister KCR also expressed his gratitude by performing a palabhishekam (ritualistic pouring of milk) on a picture.

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    Speaking about the land issue, the Speaker stated that it is a severe problem. Recently, farmers and forest staff in the forest areas have noticed daily occurrences of illegal encroachments on their lands. In order to provide land titles to the tribal farmers who have been cultivating forest lands before 2005, amendments were made to the central laws.

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    Around 2,100 Banjaras in Banswada district have been given land titles for approximately 4,000 acres of land within the specified limits. Eligible individuals will be surveyed and land titles will be provided accordingly. It was also announced that the government provides land titles for a total of 5 lakh acres to around 1.5 lakh tribal farmers across the state. The land titles are given without any corruption or recommendations. Even the farmer beneficiaries are included in these lands.

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    The importance of protecting the environment and maintaining good rainfall is emphasized, and it is suggested that forests should be protected by planting new trees and preventing deforestation. As part of this program, District Collector Bhasakar Reddy, District Rural Development Agency Chairman Jitesh V Patil, Banswada and Bodhan RDOs Raja Goud, Rajeshwar, District Farmer Coordinator D Anjireddy, and Banswada MP D Srinivas Reddy were present.

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