Begumpet Waqf land cries for an immediate attention, as it has turned into a dumping yard and became a heaven for the unsocial elements. The property was reclaimed by Telangana State Waqf Borad (TSWB) in 2014, and since then it, is lying vacant.
Public toilets were constructed in front of the property and dumping the wastage in the open. If the trend of negligence is continued by TSWB, then it is feared to be grabbed again.
Deccan Waqf Protection Society (DWPS) took strong exception against the Telangana State Waqf Board (TSWB) officials apathy towards safeguarding the Waqf properties in the State. Osman Bin Mohammed Al Hajri, president Deccan Waqf Protection Society drew attention towards the condition of the property, which is an expensive one.
He notified towards a couple public toilets came up along the wall, at the entrance and sought clarification from Telangana State Waqf Board (TSWB) officials as to why not any action has been taken to remove the illegal occupants and how they were given permission to construct public toilets in front the property.
“The property belongs to Telangana State Waqf Board (TSWB), which was taken back from the clutches of the land mafia in 2014. But, it has now been turned into dumping yard and safe haven for the land grabbers to occupy again. The construction of the public toilets before the land, is highly objectionable one and raise questions on the performance of the authorities and Board’s Chairman. The property can bring it in best use to generate income of the TSWB by given it to the development, but such negligence may allow land mafia to encroach the property again. TSWB must come out with plan and safeguard it immediately,’’ demanded, Osman Bin Mohammed Al hajiri, president Deccan Waqf Protection Society.
The Telangana State Waqf Board (TSWB) allegedly failed to protect waqf properties in the State.