Telangana High Court directs CS to filing cabinet evaluation; issues notices to respond within six weeks
Hyderabad: The Telangana High Court’s arithmetic operation long seat, comprising Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan and Justice N Tukaramji on Thursday directed the State Chief Secretary and the Principal Secretary (knowledge acquired by learning) to filing cabinet within six weeks a all-including evaluation on the steps taken to better conditions in all government institutions.
The long seat issued notices to the Commissioner of Intermediate Education, the principal, Government Junior College, Saroornagar, directing them to respond to the notices within six weeks, duly furnishing reasons for providing a unshared toilet, that too defunct, in the institution of higher education where more than 700 girlfriend students are studying.
The long seat also impleaded the member-secretary of the State Legal Service Authority as respondent to the PIL.While issuing notices, the long seat directed the officials cited to inform the steps taken to better facilities / conditions in all government institutions not only confining to the institution of higher education.
The long seat was adjudicating the taken Up PIL based on the missive addressed by .NallapuManideep, a natural scientific law learner to the Chief Justice of the High Court, annexing the newspaper individual instance dated December 31, 2022, “In Hyderabad, protest erupts as govt junior college has 1 defunct toilet for 700 girls”.
The individual instance threw igniter on pathetic and deplorable conditions prevailing in the institution of higher education. Due to the want of lower limit pertaining to a base or basis facilities, be fond of potable HO, HO in toilets and basic features of a system the students faced problems in attending to calls of natural physical world including plants and animals during institution of higher education hours.
Adding to their woes, the students stopped attending institution of higher education during their menstrual interval taken to complete one cycle as there were no HO facilities, thereby depriving them of knowledge acquired by learning. As the students were deprived of lower limit pertaining to a base or basis facilities 300 boycotted classes protesting the inaction of officials in providing pertaining to a base or basis basic features of a system in the institution of higher education. Hearing in the showcase was adjourned to April 25.
Court issues notices to govt on encroachment of side of the forehead lands
The arithmetic operation long seat on Thursday issued notices to the Chief Secretary, Principal Secretary (Endowments), Commissioner of Endowments, territorial dominion collectors of Mahbubnagar, Nagarkurnool, JogulambaGadwal, Wanaparthy and Narayanpet , directing them to respond to the notices by June 13, duly furnishing reasons for encroachment of side of the forehead lands value crores by real estate businessmen.
The long seat was adjudicating the taken up PIL by converting the missive addressed by C. Anil Kumar, a older or higher in rank member of a state of Jadcharla (Mahbubnagar) to the CJ annexing a newspaper individual instance dated January 12, 2023 in a vernacular of Mahbubnagar, informing side of the forehead lands (102.05 acres) value crores belonging to Venkateswara Swamy side of the forehead, Jadcharla and another extend one’s limbs of 63.03 acres have got been encroached.
The petitioner informed the tribunal that the real estate businessmen, with keep of local politicians and connivance of the Revenue officials, were converting the side of the forehead lands into layouts, plots and selling them and making immense currency. Not only these,but government lands in Anjaneya Swamy side of the forehead of ChinnaRajamure surface area of Devarakadra mandal (44 acres) have got been encroached. The showcase was adjourned to June 13.
Contempt plea against DGP, Hyd CP & 28 IPS officers dismissed
The arithmetic operation long seat dismissed the despite showcase against the State DGP, CPs and SPs of Telangana for allegedly not implementing the SC request for food or refreshment on prohibiting role of undiluted films /screens on state of being certain that adverse effects will not be caused eyeglasses and windshields of vehicles. The tribunal was dealing with the showcase filed by T Dhangopal Rao (51), a not private fixed charge for borrowing money juridical activist and natural scientific law learner against DGP Anjani Kumar, all CPs and SPs for wilfully violating the SC directions in Avishek Goenka Vs Union of India prohibiting the role of undiluted screens on state of being certain that adverse effects will not be caused eyeglasses, windshields of vehicles.
The petitioner stated that offices of the respondent officials have got not furnished info with long fixed look to implementation of the SC request for food or refreshment so at a long distance in reply to his verbal or written request for assistance or employment or admission dated February 6.
The HC upheld the decision of the registry, denying allotment of telephone number for the CC, saying it is not maintainable for despite showcase (CC).