Monday, October 6, 2008

Tata officials visit Andhra sites, face farmers' protests

HYDERABAD: A team of officials from Tata Motors Sunday conducted inspection of two sites near here for their Nano car project but faced protests from farmers, who refused to part with their land.
The team led by Tata Motors' managing director G. Ravi Kant and accompanied by officials of the state revenue department visited Seetarampuram and Aluru villages in Ranga Reddy district. Both sites are close to the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Shamshabad.
The delegation first visited Seetarampuram village where the state government has offered 1,128 acres of land at concessional rates.
But as soon as the officials of the company and the revenue department reached there, local farmers gathered and tried to stop the inspection.
The farmers made it clear they would not surrender their land at any cost as they had been cultivating these for decades. The police had to intervene and cane the farmers to allow the team to complete its inspection.
The protest by farmers and local people in Singur in West Bengal has forced Tata Motors to pull out from there.

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