Pay ₹3.7cr aid to 9 Palamuru project-displaced: NGT to T
The Times of India Hyderabad|November 26, 2021
The NGT-appointed joint committee has awarded Rs 3.7 crore compensation to a Kadapa resident and eight others to be paid by Telangana irrigation department for dumping debris of Palamuru Rangareddy Lift Irrigation Scheme (PRLIS) in various locations and displacing the local people.
U.Sudhakarreddy @timesgroup.com

Hyderabad:

The committee said the construction of the LI project was going on in full scale in violation of environment rules and that muck excavated from the tunnels was being dumped without following the green norms. “At Narlapur reservoir site, the muck excavated from the tunnel is dumped nearby without following any environment management plan. A similar situation is found in other reservoirs like Yedula, Vattem, Karivena and Uddandapur,” the committee said.

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