In a startling revelation, Jana Sena corporator Murthy Yadav has leveled serious allegations against Rajya Sabha MP Vijay Sai Reddy, claiming that the MP orchestrated a breach of land regulations in Daspalla Hills, resulting in the illicit allotment of Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) amounting to a staggering 2,000 crores.
Yadav, speaking at a press conference, accused officials of the Visakhapatnam Metropolitan Region Development Authority (VMRDA) of acting under the influence of the MP. He alleged that the officials, purportedly at the behest of Vijay Sai Reddy, expanded a 40-feet road to an extravagant 100 feet in Daspalla Hills without obtaining the consent of the area’s residents.
The corporator contends that this road expansion is intricately linked to what he claims to be the “Daspalla Hills TDR scam.”
Furthermore, Murthy Yadav charged that town survey records have been manipulated, potentially leading to the mislabeling of government-owned properties as private assets. This, if proven true, could have significant legal implications.
The allegations bring to light concerns about the integrity of the land development process in the region and raise questions about potential corruption and misuse of authority. The Daspalla Hills TDR scam, as asserted by Yadav, involves a colossal sum of 2,000 crores, underlining the gravity of the situation.
In response to these allegations, calls for an impartial investigation have emerged from various quarters, emphasizing the need for transparency and accountability in land development practices. The accused MP, Vijay Sai Reddy, has not yet publicly commented on the allegations.
The controversy is likely to intensify as more details emerge, and residents, as well as authorities, grapple with the implications of the alleged TDR scam in Daspalla Hills. As the story unfolds, the public awaits official responses from concerned agencies and individuals involved in this potentially far-reaching controversy.