As many as six bulldozers were engaged to raze down the main temple and other structures constructed illegally over 2.12 acre of land encroaching the river embankment.
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The NGT also wanted an assessment of possible damage and ways to prevent it.
The committee has been asked to check for encroachment of the nala and whether it is obstructing the flow of the water.
National Green Tribunal has also instructed the Rangareddy district administration, under whose jurisdiction the lake falls, to take measures to remove encroachments and unauthorised constructions.
Earlier the Tribunal had directed for clearing the temple after a committee constituted by it confirmed that the shrine was constructed illegally on an active flood plain area or no development zone.
If at all the proposed visit to the Rayalaseema Lift Scheme doesn’t happen for any unforeseen reason on Wednesday, the committee is expected to carry out the inspection by Thursday, August 12, 2021.
The National Green Tribunal considered Krishna River Management Board's affidavit that Andhra Pradesh wasn’t cooperating to carry out an inspection, and issued direction accordingly.