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Unauthorised fuel station at Aadaiah school to be closed

Staff Reporter

HYDERABAD: The Hyderabad district administration is likely to close down an `unauthorised' diesel bunk set up on the premises of a school at Ranigunj following the Andhra Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation's (APTDC) failure to reply to its notices.

The Hyderabad District Collector, Arvind Kumar, has served a notice to the APTDC asking it to remove the diesel bunk along with a workshop that had come up in the busy residential locality. The deadline of July 1 has elapsed and officials say action will be initiated soon. The playground of Aadaiah Memorial Government High School was temporarily allotted for parking of APTDC buses but the corporation chose to set up a workshop and also a diesel bunk.

The issue figured in the District Review Committee meeting in June following which the District Collector asked the APTDC to remove them immediately. The communication noted the objections raised against the workshop and diesel pump by the locals, school authorities and also the elected representatives.

The insistence on an alternate site has been dismissed as "delaying tactic" on part of APTDC and revenue officials said since the deadline has elapsed, they are considering action against the facility.

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