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    The Telangana High Court single judge, Justice Bollam Vijaysen Reddy, has put a halt to all further proceedings in a case against former CM K Chandrashekar Rao until further notice. Rao had filed a petition asking for the case to be dismissed, and a hearing on the matter has been scheduled for July 23. The court has asked the State to respond by filing a counter-affidavit.

    Justice Reddy pointed out that the chargesheet filed did not show Rao present at the location of the alleged offense, where a ‘rail roko’ protest took place in 2011. The judge questioned whether a crime could be registered against Rao if he was not physically present at the scene. The judge also noted that many of the accused in the case had already been cleared, except for Rao and another individual.

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    In another case, Justice Surepally Nanda directed the government to provide information on the delay in distributing ‘Shadi Mubarak’ and ‘Kalyana Lakshmi’ cheques, which were set to expire by June 27, 2024. The judge warned that if the cheques were not distributed by the deadline, orders would be issued to ensure their distribution. This decision came in response to a petition filed by MLA Padi Kaushik Reddy, who was concerned about delays in distributing the cheques to eligible beneficiaries in his constituency. Additional Advocate-General Imran Khan assured the court that steps would be taken to issue the cheques to eligible recipients before they expired.

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