A significant development took place today under the guidance of the Eluru Collector. During the Spandana program, compelling evidence, including maps featuring GPS points highlighting the illegal possession of the lands, was submitted to the Collector by Vijay Vangalapudi. Subsequently, the newly appointed Deputy Forest Officer of Eluru was briefed on the intricacies of the land encroachment issue. It was conveyed that a joint survey, involving the participation of Kaikaluru Revenue, Forest, and Society members, will be conducted within two weeks. The survey findings will be compiled into a comprehensive report and submitted to the Collector for further action.
In this program, the Founder/Secretary of the John Peta Youth Association, Vijay Kumar Vangalapudi, alongside John Peta Society Board Members Raphael, Stalin, and Salmon, actively participated, emphasizing the community’s commitment to resolving this longstanding issue.