Both authorized and unapproved methods were used for land grabs when jagan MOHAN REDDY' target='_blank' title='ys jagan mohan reddy-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>ys jagan mohan reddy served as chief minister. While hundreds of acres of unapproved property were taken by YSRCP officials in state-wide land grabs, official acquisitions entailed the state government issuing government Orders (GOs) to allot land for YSRCP offices. 

Among these operations was the unlawful taking of ponds, hills, mounds, and canals for mining, sand, mud, and gravel. Overconfident in its chances of winning re-election, the jagan administration gave YSRCP offices 42.44 acres in total, or one to two acres per district, over 26 districts.

But as the prakasam district office, which was constructed without permission, shows, the building of these buildings frequently lacked the necessary authorizations. A 33-year lease was granted on the property in the name of "political party achievement." The YSRCP office in tadepalli was recently demolished, which brought attention to the scope of these land seizures and stirred outrage. The present chandrababu naidu administration must make a crucial choice on how to respond to these intrusions.

If the government is lenient, it might send the message that corruption and irregularities are acceptable and won't be held accountable, which could incite the public to become highly dissatisfied. The YSRCP's land incursions are expected to be a topic of debate during the new government's first cabinet meeting. The result of these discussions will probably affect how the public views corruption and abuses in land distribution, as well as the government's legitimacy in tackling these issues.

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