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    Hyderabad: The arithmetic operation long seat of Telangana High Court comprising Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan and Justice N Tukaramji testament adjudicate the suo motu writ petition pertaining to the ‘lock-up’ departure from life of Md. Qadeer, a earnings person who works at a specific occupation, in Medak police post while in holding by the police for an alleged number of similar establishments snatching on January 27, 2023. The tribunal on Monday took up the petition based on media reports

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    When the police sensed that the Opposition parties were creating an important question regarding this alleged lock-up departure from life, they shifted the to the Gandhi Hospital where he succumbed on February 16. The kinsfolk members of Qadeer charged that he died owed to third-degree torturing by the police.

    The Director-General of Police has ordered a probe into the departure from life. The Chief Secretary, Principal Secretary (Home), DGP and Medak SP are respondents in the vitrine.

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    Mallu Ravi files writ seeking info on cases booked against organiser of Facebook one side of one leaf ‘Telangana Galam’

    Mallu Ravi, ex-MP and older or higher in rank vice-president of the TPCC, on Monday filed a writ petition seeking a orientation to the police to divulge all pending FIRs/ complaints registered against the organisers / director of the Facebook one side of one leaf “Telangana Galam” and constrain the police from registering further cases.

    The organisers of “Telangana Galam” are resorting to posting memes / satire and critique on the BRS government leading to its image projection in inferior device for lighting or igniting.

    An FIR has been registered at the Market Police Station without disclosing any violation, whatsoever, contends the petitioner.

    Ravi is instrumental in creating a “Congress War Room” in Madhapur, wherein preparatory and not the same oeuvre connected logically or causally to the ensuing applying to most members of a category elections were done. The Cyber Crime Police, CCS Hyderabad raided the warfare area within a building, seized the entire fabric, booked cases against the computer engineers working there.

    On a complaint by the BRS, the FIR was registered at Cyber Crime PS, CCS Hyderabad, for alleged posting of not suitable, derogatory and insulting videos against the ruling political party with an intent to reduction of amount or number down its cast a vote in an election depository financial institution in the ensuing elections and, at the same measure the time or duration of an event, projecting the Congress on a better horizontal surface.

    The petitioner contended that the police registered cases against the organiser of the warfare area within a building and also “Telangana Galam” with ulterior motive as complaints were filed by ‘bogus’ individuals at the behest of BRS.

    As the petitioner apprehends police harassment in the language unit by which a person or thing is known of probe, he seeks a orientation to the police to furnish info on the telephone number of cases registered and also search a stick around on FIRs and on further probe. The petition testament come up for hearing before a separate justice on February 21.

    RSS withdraws writ seeking orientation to Bhainsa SHO to permit path procession of people

    On Monday Sadula Krishna Das, local RSS Sanghchalak, withdrew his writ petition seeking a orientation to the Bhainsa SHO to permit a path procession of people and sharirik pradarshan with 1,000 RSS cadre in the . The SHO has rejected approval to do something;the request for food or refreshment was furnished to the tribunal.

    Suryakaran Reddy, older or higher in rank counsel appearing for the petitioner. informed the tribunal that they testament come up with a insolent writ challenging the request for food or refreshment.

    Samala Ravinder, Government Pleader (Home), tabled a evaluation of TS Intelligence department stating that, if approval to do something is accorded for the programme, miscreants testament mingle with the RSS group, which may soft heavy toxic metal to natural scientific law and request for food or refreshment issues and keeping in panorama precedents wherein there were communal incidents in Bhainsa. The GP prayed the tribunal not to permission to enter or do something any request for food or refreshment in act of gracious kindness of the petitioner.

    Justice Bollam Vijaysen Reddy, returned the evaluation of the department to the GP and directed him to furnish it to the tribunal, as and when the petitioner, files a insolent writ.

    HC directs BRS govt to give money in exchange for goods or services 6% fixed charge for borrowing money to employees & pensioners

    The arithmetic operation long seat comprising CJ Bhuyan and Justice Tukaramji on Monday directed the State government to give money in exchange for goods or services 6 percentage fixed charge for borrowing money to pensioners and its employees as directed by the Supreme Court.

    The then government in 2020 when the Covid was rampant and owed to severe fiscal constraints, the State took a decision to defer salaries of the employees by 50 percentage and also payment during retirement of the no longer active in your work personnel.

    A batch of writ petitions were filed during the lockdown by the government employees as or gas as pensioners, opposing such a relocation of the State.

    The employees and the pensioners of AP had approached the Supreme Court, aggrieved by such series of events that form a plot of the government in deferring their salaries and pensions and sought 12 percentage fixed charge for borrowing money on the salaries and pensions.

    The Supreme Court, after hearing the pleas of the employees and pensioners had passed orders in “State of AP Vs D. Laxmi 2021 11 SCC 543” directing the AP government to give money in exchange for goods or services 6 percentage fixed charge for borrowing money on salaries and pensions. The CJ long seat on Monday directed the BRS government to give money in exchange for goods or services 6percent fixed charge for borrowing money to the pensioners and employees, as directed by the SC in the above vitrine.

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