K Keshava Rao Involved in Land Scam?

     Written by : SMTV24x7 | Sun, Jun 11, 2017, 11:29 AM

K Keshava Rao Involved in Land Scam?

Hyderabad, June 11: The Miyapur land scam is going hot topic in the Telangana State, Day by day there is a twist in the scam, Now the latest twist is had revealed.

We knew that, in the scam, The suspension of Ibrahimpatnam in-charge sub-registrar Saleha Qadeer for registering 50 acres of government land in Hafeezpur on the city's outskirts, took a new twist with the names of family members of Telangana Rashtra Samithi MP K. Kesava Rao surfacing.

The total lands are registered under the names of KK family members.

According to revenue officials Department, the present market value of the 50-acre piece of land is worth a whooping Rs 200 crore at Rs 4 crore per acre.

However, KK's daughter, Gadwal Vijaya Laxmi, who is also the TRS corporator from Banjara Hills, and his daughter-in-law, Kancharla Nava Jyothi, along with one Jyotsna, had entered into an agreement to purchase the land in 2013, but it was registered in 2015.

Madhusudhan Reddy, who was the sub-registrar of Ibrahimpatnam had been rejected the application to register the land because it was government land.Later, he was transferred, Saleha Qadeer, was temporarily appointed as sub-registrar and she allowed the registration.

According to revenue officials Department, about 3,200 acres of govt and forest land in Survey No. 36 was available in Ibrahimpatnam Mandal, Ranga Reddy District.

Revenue Officials said that P.S. Parthasarathy, the brother of the director of Goldstone, P.S. Prasad, claimed in the document that the company had acquired rights to 2,000 acres of property in 2007.

Parthasarathy and others transferred about 50 acres of land to the family members of Kesava Rao, Based on the 2007 registration.

When contacted, Keshava Reddy said that "The land was purchased by my family members to set up a solar power plant. The land was worth just Rs 25 lakh when we purchased it. The government rate per acre there was just Rs 25,000."