The Andhra Pradesh government has given a week’s time to Telugu Desam Party president and former Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu to vacate his rented house on the banks of the Krishna River at Vundavalli in Amaravati.
A notice to this effect was pasted on the compound wall of Naidu’s residence by the authorities of AP Capital Region Development Authority on Saturday.
The notice, dated September 19, issued in the name of Lingamaneni Ramesh, the landlord of the former chief minister’s residence, said the owner should remove the construction within seven days from the receipt of the notice.
“If the said unauthorized construction is not removed by you within seven days of the receipt of the order, the APCRDA will proceed to remove the same,” it said.
The latest order follows a preliminary notice issued to Ramesh on the alleged illegal construction on the banks of the Krishna river that was leased out to the TDP president.
An official familiar with the development said the notices were issued under Section 115(1) and 115 (2) of the APCRDA Act for removal of the unauthorized construction which comprises ground floor and first floor, along with swimming pool and ground floor dressing room etc., as the construction was done without any prior permission from a competent authority.
“Naidu’s residence is located within 100 metres from Krishna River’s course in an extent of 1.318 acres,” he said.