How can a personal conflict be submitted as PIL: Telangana High Court
Hyderabad: The Telangana High Court department bench, consisting of Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan and also Justice N V Shravan Kumar, on Monday listened to the general public rate of interest lawsuits submitted by O Yella Reddy, ex-serviceman of Sainikpuri looking for to guide the State government and also authorities to take actions to retain/takeover lands of the Bhoodan Board in study no. 1 to 87 of Rangapur town of Bibinagar mandal, Nalgonda area, of 800 acres. He likewise looked for a regulation to the Director, Town Planning, to terminate prohibited formats which were approved without adhering to appropriate regulations and also treatment of the Bhoodan Act.
After listening to the petitioner advise GL Narsimha Rao, CJ Bhuyan suggested that this is not a public rate of interest lawsuits. Moreover, it’s a personal conflict. The bench suggested that it is not inclined to proceed the PIL.
The petitioner’s advise asked for the bench to return the down payment quantity of Rs 10,000. The bench decreased and also routed him to transfer the quantity in the Legal Services Authority, High Court, and also disposed of the PIL.
Sec’bad rly terminal arson situation: HC gives bail to charged
Justice K. Surender of the Telangana High Court on Monday approved conditional bond to 16 pupils that are charged in the current arson situation at the Secunderabad train terminal.
The court routed the petitioners to provide guaranties worthRs 20,000 each and also approved bond.
The pupils belonged to the substantial crowd which opposed versus the Central government’s ‘Agnipath’ system. It triggered massive outrage among individuals throughout thecountry
During the demonstration young people fired 3 trains and also obstructed tracks, harmed electrical engine engines besides public home.
The train police scheduled situations versus the petitioners under areas 143,147,324,435,427,448, 336,332,341,120, 150 151, 152 of the Indian Railway Act and also Sec 3 of PDPPAct
Justice Surender listened to 3 petitioners. The applications were submitted by Raja Surender Kumar Suri and also 9 others from Sangareddy, Gadwal, Mahbubnagar, Medak, one more M Ranjit and also 4 others from Karimnagar, Bhongir Yadadri and also the 3rd one by K Sunil Kumar and also one more from Mahbubnagar and also Adilabad looking for an instructions to expand them on bond.
HC taken care of appeals of land losers for Kaleshwarm task
The department bench, headed by Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan and also Justice Surepalli Nanda, on Monday disposed of a set of writ applications submitted by the land losers from Nalgonda and also Siddipet areas that were aggrieved by the land acquisition alerts released by the State government, getting their lands for the function of creating the technique canals and also various other distributary networks in the Kaleshwaram lift watering task.
The petitioners were aggrieved by the excessive hold-up for the government in settlement of payment to them, though their lands were gotten in 2017 and also ownership taken.
A Sanjeev Kumar, unique government pleader, educated the court that other than a couple of petitioners, a lot of land proprietors and also agriculturists concurred and also took the payment under appropriate recommendation, however later on came close to the court aerating their complaint of much less payment.
The CJ bench, after remembering of the opinions presented by Kumar disposed of the applications.
The bench was listening to the request submitted by Mamidi Ramulu and also 4 others and also various other writ applications, all agriculturists, homeowners of Chityala mandal, Veliminedu, Nalgonda area, and also Siddipet area, looking for an instructions to remain the land acquisition process dated December 30, 2019, looking for even more payment for their lands.