Satyavathi Rathod said that since the Guthikoyas are not from Telangana, the waste land titles are not applicable to them. He also clarified that reservations in Telangana will not apply to them. The minister responded to the struggle of Guthikoyas for waste lands. He said that they do not have any permission for waste lands. The Minister condemned the attack on Forest Range Officer Srinivasa Rao. Attacks on officials will not be tolerated and action will be taken, he said.
Satyavathi Rathore condemned the comments made by TPCC Chief Revanth Reddy on Guthikoyas. It was criticized that Revanth has no knowledge about the Guthikoya affair and he is speaking without knowing anything. Satyavathy Rathore assured that the government will stand by the family of Srinivasa Rao who died in the Gutticoya attack. Many people are angry over Satyavati Rathore’s comments that Guthikoyas have no right in the state. Did the migrant Satyavati Rathore have the right to drive away the Guthikoyas? They are asking.
The Telangana government was alerted by the murder of Srinivasa Rao. Officials have carried out inspections in the areas where Guthikoyas live. Deadly weapons were seized from them. The Guthikoyas who attacked Srinivasa Rao have already been arrested by the police. But the forest officials say that they should be given weapons and they cannot go on duty until then. This broke the waste land survey. The government is holding discussions to resolve the problems of the forest officials.
Errabodu is a small village in the dense forest of Chandrugonda mandal in Bhadradri Kothagudem district. About 30 Guthikoya families live here. It seems that all of them came from Chhattisgarh and settled here. Here they continue to live by doing agriculture in the waste lands. Recently, the cultivators tried to remove the plants planted by the forest officials in this village and the officer who came to prevent them was attacked with knives and killed.
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