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    According to protestors, the citizens were uninformed of the lease contract till a notification showed up in the paper a month back.
    Cashew Plantation in Peragottepalem
    Cashew Plantation in Peragottepalem
    The tribal locals of Peragottepalem and also Gadavapalem towns in Andhra Pradesh’s Anakapalle area required the termination of a mining lease at a public hearing hung on Friday, February 10. The mining lease was provided in 2018 to a business person that enabled the removal of black rock and also crushed rock on 22 acres near to their farmland. .
    At the very least 120 individuals, consisting of participants of people and also non-tribes, participated in the general public hearing chaired by the District Revenue Officer ofAnakapalle According to the locals, the affiliates of the business person, supposedly called BMJ Appa Rao, likewise participated in the conference. .
    According to tribal protestor K Govind Rao, no person understood this lease contract till a notification showed up in the paper a month back. “We strongly oppose the lease and demand its cancellation,” he claimed. He likewise claimed that mining needed the land to be rough and also not cultivable. “But a major part of the land mentioned in the lease is cultivated land. The officials have given a false report claiming that there was no farming on the land,” he affirmed.
    The Konda Dora and also Gadava people of Peragottpalem and also Gadavapalem towns are expanding eucalyptus and also cashew on 10 acres of the 22 acres rented for mining. The little districts have a consolidated populace of much less than 100 and also are alarmingly near to the mining website. Two tribal households staying in the towns supposedly asserted that they had actually gotten land pattas from thegovernment
    Officials at the general public hearing supposedly offered their guarantee that their arguments would certainly be sent to thegovernment However, the tribal participants asked for that the Collector select the Joint Collector to evaluate the cashew ranches and also take required actions to quit the mining.
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