HARD EARNED MONEY OF POOR PEOPLE DROWNED AWAY BY MUDRA SOCIETY

At Rajannasircilla district, Tangalapally mandal, near Jillela crossing a society named Mudra Agricultural and Skill Development Multi State Co-operative Society Limited has set up a branch two years ago saying that anyone can save money in their society starting from Rs.30 to Rs.1500 per day. Likewise they have taken lots of deposits from people in the name of savings. Only in Jillela village alone 200 above depositors are reported. Nearly from 40,000 to 4 lakhs 80 thousand has been saved in the society by the people. Almost Rs.5 crores has been saved in the society as per the Jillela people.

This society has been closed from one week onwards and upon enquiry, shocking things has been revealed that the employees working in it have also deposited nearly Rs.1 lakh to get jobs in it and they are also waiting for the society to be opened. The main person behind the society was out of contact. People who has suffered from this are asking government to help them get their deposits and savings back as it is their hard earned money.

EARLY MAN CAVES AND LIVING TRACES FOUND IN RAJANNA SIRCILLA

Rajanna Sircilla district,Tangalapalli village, ancient  Narasimha swamy gutta (small cave) has been found to have traces of early man living. In that Narasimha swamy gutta , Laxmi narasimha swamy temple is there which will be worshiped by the local villagers and till now priests are not doing there any pujas. At the back side of temple cave, early man of stone age traces and evidences of once living were found. In RSD, Moolavagu, Nakkavaagu and Maneruvaagu are the places where early man used to live once in their age. In Sircilla town near Maneru banks Shanthinagar is situated which has also been found to be once lived by early man as evident by many tools and hunting equipment made of stones . In Konaravupet mandal, Vattimalla village, Myisamma stone caves, early man once lived traces has been found in the form of many pictures and drawings drawn inside the caves. Musthabad mandal Gannivaripalle, Myisamma caves also have some pictures carved in them by early man which is near Nakkavagu region. It is supposed that these early man has lived here from about 1,50000 to 50,000 years B.C ago. In these caves, naturally formed structures are there where nearly hundred people can live. We can clearly observe, the place where Nakkavagu merging into Maneru vagu, Sircilla town, Textile park and till Bodhgal from the top of the cave.

In Laxminarasimha swamy temple, every year Jathara will be conducted and people from in and around the village will attend it. The temple can also be reached from Sircilla, Ellareddypet mandal, Venkatpuram via Turkapally or from Tangellapalli mandal, Mandepalli village, Raalapeta also. It can also be reached from Musthabad mandal, the villagers has paved a way which can be used by people upto the cave.

If this place can be turned into a tourism spot, apart from economy, we can preserve the valuable history too. This is the story of Gandilachapeta Narasimha swamy temple and caves.