“If you don’t listen to our appeals, death is the only alternative left,” they’re heard saying in a video.








On Monday, the tribal households plan to protest on the Visakhapatnam Joint Collector’s workplace.





The agrarian calm is damaged by an eerie sight at a cashew backyard in Andhra Pradesh: tribal girls carrying sarees tied to tree branches as makeshift nooses round their necks in Andhra Pradesh’s Uravakonda city.












Death is the one different left: Says Tribal Women

“If you don’t listen to our appeals, death is the only alternative left,” they’re heard saying in a video.

“If you do rid of the cashew gardens here, we’ll have no choice but to die,” they claimed, explaining that their livelihood relies on their cashew gardens.

The girls declare that their land is being taken away from them forcibly and given to a granite mining agency.












No Response From Government

“We have not received any money from any granite firm. In exchange for money, some people have illegally sold away our lands. We don’t have any documents proving our ownership of the land. The government had permitted us to develop this land. They are now putting in JCBs to flatten the crop”, they defined.

“If we cease the mining agency that’s making an attempt to construct roads by means of our backyard, the Mudugula Mandal income officer is making false claims in opposition to us and submitting circumstances in opposition to us. We need the joint collector to look into it,” mentioned the ladies.












Officials from the federal government have but to reply to a request for remark. On Monday, the tribal households plan to protest on the Visakhapatnam Joint Collector’s workplace.







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