Tuesday, May 21, 2024
More
    HomeTelanganaPetition in High Court seeks CBI/SFIO investigation into collapse of Medigadda barrage...

    Petition in High Court seeks CBI/SFIO investigation into collapse of Medigadda barrage pillars

    Related stories

    Lucky dip conducted in Gadwal to fill medical college positions

    Additional Collector Apoorva Chauhan (Local Bodies) has announced that...

    KTR accuses Cong government of hesitating on election pledges

    BRS working president K Tarakarama Rao criticized the Congress...

    People facing spelling difficulties under Revanth’s rule

    Former Minister and MLA T Harish Rao criticized Revanth's...

    Intensified Lobbying for University Vice Chancellor Positions

    The term for vice-chancellors at nine government universities in...

    The Telangana High Court’s Chief Justice bench addressed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by G Niranjan, a senior TPCC vice-president, seeking a CBI/SFIO probe into the sinking of some Medigadda barrage piers. The State government has taken action by sending letters to the National Dam Safety Authority and appointing a committee to investigate the issue.

    During the hearing, Chief Justice Alok Aradhe questioned the petitioner’s counsel about their actions since 2016 when the construction of the Kaleshwaram irrigation project began. The government has ordered a Vigilance and Enforcement inquiry into the sinking of the barrage piers, leading to the termination of an Engineer-in-Chief and resignation of another officer.

    - Advertisement -
    Also read:  District Election Officer Requests Armed Security for Upcoming Legislative Council Graduate By-Election

    The government has also requested an inquiry from the National Dam Safety Authority and formed a committee to investigate the sinking of three barrage piers. The authorities have recommended measures to repair the piers and are considering a judicial inquiry into the issue.

    The bench heard the PIL filed by Niranjan and another similar plea by advocate B Rammohan Reddy. The hearing was adjourned for two weeks, with directions for the petitioner to involve the Central Water Commission in the case.

    - Advertisement -
    Rajesh M
    Rajesh Mhttps://www.telanganatribune.com
    Latest News from Hyderabad, Telangana, India & World!

    Follow us

    3,565FansLike
    179FollowersFollow
    1,202FollowersFollow
    965SubscribersSubscribe

    Contribute News

    You can contribute an article to Telangana Tribune by dropping a mail at newsdesk@telanganatribune.com

    Latest stories

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here