‘A.P. is holding panchayat polls in 3 of our villages’
The Odisha authorities on Monday determined to maneuver Supreme Courtroom difficult the conduct of panchayat elections in three of its villages in Koraput district and violation established order in respect to frame dispute.
“Andhra Pradesh is conducting panchayat elections in three of our bordering villages. It’s violation of established order persevering with as per the Supreme Courtroom order. We are going to problem the election in addition to different administrative steps being taken by Andhra Pradesh in our villages within the high court docket,” mentioned Bishnupada Sethi, Income and Catastrophe Administration Secretary, right here.
“The final normal and Meeting elections had been carried out by Odisha within the three villages. How might Andhra Pradesh maintain election in the identical place now,” questioned Mr. Sethi.
In accordance with sources, the State authorities is in favour of an amicable resolution to the border dispute.
Deployment of police drive to protect the territory is more likely to escalate the state of affairs and make matter worse for folks residing on either side of border.
Koraput district administration on Monday consulted with the Advocate Normal of Odisha on this subject.
Names to be modified
Andhra Pradesh is scheduled to carry panchayat elections in three villages — Talaganjeipadar, Patusineri and Phagunseneri in Kotia gram panchayat by altering their names to Ganjeibadara, Pattuchennuru and Pagluchennuru on February 13.
Nominations have been filed for the submit of Sarpanch and Ward Members from the three villages.