Tension prevailed near Godavari Institute of Engineering and Technology (GIET) when students of the college prevented the Revenue Divisional Officer (RDO) and police men from entering cart track (puntha) which separates land between proposed Nannaya University land and GIET constructions.
According to Mr. Challa Vinaya Mohan, RDO, they have gone to visit the puntha route which will lead to Nannaya University lands, but students did not allow them to see the land. As per revenue records, the puntha was encroached and purchased by GIET management and raised constructions in that area. In GIET College approval plan also the puntha was marked as a 20 feet cart track and it is between National Highway-5 and Velugubanda village. However, K.V.V Satyanarayana Raju, Chairman of GIET, said college buildings were constructed on the land he had purchased from farmers.