Displaced Muslim Families Demanded Land For Religious Sites

Khammam/Hyderabad, Jan 24 (Maxim News): Muslim Families who have been displaced at Kommepalli of Sathupalli Mandal in the district have demanded the Singareni Colleries Company Limited (SCCl) management and Revenue department to allot land for religious sites.

The SCCL had acquired the entire village for JVR open cast-2 mine expansion and allotted house sites to 229 affected families in survey number 171 of Ayyagaripet village of the Mandal under the rehabilitation and resettlement (R&R) package in 2018.

However, the SCCL allegedly failed to develop and provide basic facilities at the R&R center. For instance, a masjid that existed at Kommepalli was spread on 13 cents of the land but only five cents of land was allotted for the Masjid at Ayyagaripet, and the company has not constructed the masjid to date complained a displaced person of the village Shaik Moulali.

Similarly at Ayyagaripet, the land allocation was not done for a burial ground, religious places like Edgah, Mabu Subani Moulali Jenda Chettu dargah. Jan Pad Shahid Jenda Chettu dargah, Perla Chavidi (Ashurkhana), where Alam and Peer Panjas were preserved, he said.

All the above-mentioned facilities existed at Kommepalli village, which had a history of 250 years and such facilities have to be provided at Ayyagaripet village for around 186 Muslim families to organize religious events as per the R&R package said Maulali. (Maxim News)

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