The Commissioner, Panchayat Raj & Rural Employment, Hyderabad, has submitted the proposal of the District Collector, Medak for formation of Brahmana Banjerupally Village as a new Gram Panchayat duly bifurcating from Thukkapur Gram Panchayat in Thoguta Mandal of Medak District. The District Collector, Medak has informed that the existing Thukkapur Gram Panchayat has the following habitations:-
(1) Thukkapur and (2) Brahmana Banjerupally.
The Commissioner, Panchayat Raj & Rural Employment Hyderabad has reported that the population of Brahmana Banjerupally Village is 708, income is Rs.18,304/- and Distance between Thukkapur Gram Panchayat to Brahmana Banjerupally (V) is 3.5 K.Ms. The Gram Panchayat proposed for bifurcation are existing in Non-scheduled area.
The Thukkapur Gram Panchayat in its Gram Sabha resolution dt.16.3.2013 has resolved to bifurcate the Brahmana Banjerupally Village from Gram Panchayat Thukkapur and constitute the area as new Gram Panchayat namely Brahmana Banjerupally
Government after careful examination of the matter have decided for bifurcation of Brahmana Banjerupally village from the Gram Panchayat Thukkapur and constitute the area as new Gram Panchayat namely Brahmana Banjerupally in relaxation of rule 6 of A.P.G.Ps (declaration of villages) Rules 2007 issued in G.O.Ms.No.542, PR&RD (Pts.IV) Department, dt:03.12.2007 and ban orders issued in the G.O.Rt.No.1634, PR&RD (Pts.IV) Department, dt.12.10.2001.
Accordingly, the following notification will be published in an Extraordinary Issue of the Andhra Pradesh Gazette dated: 28 -03-2013.
The Commissioner, Printing, Stationery and Stores Purchase, Hyderabad, is requested to publish the notification and furnish (25) copies of the Andhra Pradesh Gazette to Government, immediately.
In exercise of the powers conferred under Sub-Section (1) of section 3 read with clauses (a) and (f) of sub-section (2) of section 3 of the Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Act, 1994 (Andhra Pradesh Act 13 of 1994) and in relaxation of rule 6 of A.P. Gram Panchayats (Declaration of villages) Rules 2007 issued in G.O.Ms.No.542, PR&RD (Pts.IV) Department, dt:03.12.2007 and the ban orders issued in the G.O.Rt.No.1634, PR&RD (Pts.IV) Department, dt.12.10.2001, the Government of Andhra Pradesh hereby cancel the notification in which the Brahmana Banjerupally Village in Medak District was declared as village in order to bifurcate the said village from Thukkapur Gram Panchayat of Thoguta Mandal, and constitute the area as new Gram Panchayat namely Brahmana Banjerupally Gram Panchayat, in Medak District with immediate effect.
G.O.Ms.No 205 Dated:- 27.03.2013 Read the following:-
- From the Dist. Collector, Medak, Lr.No.715/2013/A5-Pts. 23.3.2013.
2. From the CPR&RE, Lr.No.3343/CPR&RE/D3/2012, dt.25.03.2013.