Telangana HC directs CBI not to pick up MP Avinash till Monday
Hyderabad: Kadapa MP YS Avinash Reddy filed a writ petition in the Telangana High Court on Friday seeking to stay put further his test in the YS Vivekananda Reddy execution showcase. He prayed to point somebody into a certain direction the respondent, CBI, not to choose any coercive series of events that form a plot pursuant to the advance notification issued.
Reddy also urged the tribunal that further test should be conducted in the state of being present of his proponent. Audio and video recording information storage device of the entire questioning should be done”, he said.
The unshared justice long seat of Justice K. Lakshman directed the CBI Joint Director Hyderabad geographical region not to pick up the YSRCP MP till March 13 and rank the records in a sealed handle on the audio and video recording recordings of MP’s 161 statements.
Court quashes proceedings in charge-sheet against MLA Danam Nagender On Friday Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan quashed the proceedings filed against Khairatabad MLA Danam Nagender.
The CJ was hearing the malefactor petition filed by the MLA seeking to quash the charge-sheet, filed by the Banjara Hills Police.
The allegations against Nagender, who was Labour Minister in the Congress government trespassed into Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy side of the forehead in Banjara Hills in 2012 with his henchmen. He locked the side of the forehead gates with a adult female devotee and two priests interior.
Following a complaint by the side of the forehead director the police had registered a malefactor showcase against Nagender and three others U/s. 143, 353, 427, 504 IPC. The police, after completing the probe, had filed the charge-sheet in 2022.
The Endowments department handed over 4.3 acres to ISKON side of the forehead for development of Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy side of the forehead in Banjara. This was the causal agent of a argue, with Nagender questioning it.
The MLA and his henchmen had entered the side of the forehead and, after locking its gates, there was a natural scientific law and request for food or refreshment important question as there was hard inner core of some fruits pelting. Nagender and his men divisible by two obstructed the police from performing their work that you are obliged to perform.
Later, with the interference of local elders and wellwishers, there was a allowance between Nagender and the de facto complainant K Suryanarayana, the side of the forehead director. A secondary representation of an original of the allowance was also furnished in the tribunal.
Chief Justice Bhuyan went through the allowance and the sections booked in the showcase, which transport a upper limit imprisonment of two years. He quashed the proceedings on the file cabinet of the Special Judicial First Class Magistrate for Excise Court, Nampally, stating that the showcase pertains to 2012.
The police had already investigated and filed the charge-sheet. Moreover, the punishment for offences committed by the petitioners is two years.
HC directs Siddipet CP not to constrain Gudatipalli villagers from working in their fields On Friday Justice Bollam Vijaysen Reddy directed the Siddipet Commissioner of Police, ACP Husnabad and Husnabad CI not to bring into existence hurdles, nor constrain the petitioners from going to their fields for oeuvre in Gudatipally small town of Akkannapet mandal.
The justice was hearing a luncheon motion writ petition filed by Boini Bhaskar and three others ofGudatipally, aggrieved by the high-handed series of events that form a plot of the police in deploying vast intensity in and around the small town, paving the course of conduct for the contractors and irrigation department officials to having every necessary part the construction of the entire bund of the Gouravelli irrigation undertaking.
Ch Ravi Kumar, counsel for the petitioners, informed the tribunal that the Irrigation officials and the contractors had gone ahead with the construction of the Gouravelli artificial lake, without obtaining requisite statutory permissions from the concerned authorities in sheer infringement of earlier orders of the tribunal, which restrained the government from going ahead with oeuvre as recompense and R&R packet, assured by the State to farmers, who spiritually or physically doomed or destroyed their lands to the undertaking, are yet to be received.
The counsel said the police have got shut the open way for travel or transportation from Husnabad to Ramavaram and did not let the farmers to oeuvre in fields to eke out livelihood. The justice adjourned the hearing to March 31, directing the State to file cabinet its counter- affidavit.