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    Telangana High Court

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    Telangana High Court

    Hyderabad: Justice BollamVijaysen Reddy of the Telangana High Court on Monday directed the Andhra Pradesh Crime Investigation Department (CID) not to choose any coercive steps against Ramoji Rao and Ch. Sailaja, who be operating or functioning the Margadarsi Chit Fund in Telangana and AP.

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    The judicature further directed the AP CID not to tackle any business especially one run on a large scale on any of the branches of Margadarsi Chit Fund in Telangana till March 20.

    Justice Reddy was hearing a midday meal motion writ petition filed by P Rajaji, vice-president of Margadarsi Chit Fund Pvt Ltd seeking a orientation to AP CID not to choose any coercive steps against any officials in Margadarsi branches, especially, Ramoji Rao and Sailaja.

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    During arguments, the jurist queried the petitioner’s counsel on maintainability of the petition, where the FIRs are registered in AP and the probe is done by the AP CID.

    Govind Reddy, special standing counsel for AP government, informed the judicature that the petitioners have got committed fiscal pretender in AP, residing in Telangana and that cannot be a explanation of the cause for the AP CID personnel to earn searches on Margadarsi chit finance branches in Telangana and choose series of events that form a plot against Ramoji Rao and Sailaja.

    The jurist adjourned the petition to March 20 directing AP CID not to choose any coercive steps against the petitioners and not to earn any searches on Margadarsi chit finance companionship branches. He said a decision testament be taken on the maintainability of the petition in the next hearing.

    Court reserves orders in YS Viveka execution display case on MP Avinash Reddy’s plea to stay put further CBI test, no coercive series of events that form a plot

    The greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount judicature unshared long seat of Justice K Lakshman on Monday adjudicated the petition filed by Kadapa MP YS Avinash Reddy, seeking to stay put further test of CBI against him in the YS Vivekananda Reddy execution display case.

    Avinash urged the judicature 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. He prayed 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 by CBI should be done.

    T Niranjan Reddy, older or higher in rank counsel for petitioner, informed the judicature that Parliament academic term was on and it is to attend the academic term. He requested the judicature to exempt Avinash Reddy from appearing before the CBI probe on Tuesday and Wednesday.

    Justice Lakshman said, why don’t you collapse a representation (Letter) to the CBI to attend the Parliament academic term. He was

    over Avinash holding a media meeting outer side or surface CBI business office, after questioning. “It’s sheer lack of respect of judicature. When the carry weight is sub judice, what made him gossip on the important question, he questioned.

    Counsel Niranjan Reddy argued that CBI was behind Sunitha’s petition. “There are pressures behind Sunita’s pay with a credit card. A Year after Viveka’s execution she makes accusations. He alleged that CBI was not investigating the normal or customary activity of a person of Viveka’s son-in-law Rajasekhar Reddy and Viveka’s following the first spouse Shamim as facts testament come out.

    CBI standing counsel Nagendra submitted the Viveka execution display case diary to the judicature in a sealed address. The CBI submitted 35 spectator statements, 10 documents, and not yielding to pressure disks to the judicature, besides the written message addressed found at the execution daub and the FSL study.

    After hearing both sides, the judicature reserved its orders. It directed CBI not to choose any further series of events that form a plot against Avinash until the final examination legal verdict, which may come within a solar day or two.

    HC issues notices to State govt on its decision to regularise 11.5 lakh hectares of Podu lands

    On Monday the arithmetic operation long seat comprising Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan and Justice N Tukaramji issued notices to the BRS government directing it to respond to the notices by June 22 duly furnishing reasons for regularising 11.5 lakh hectares of timber come down on the ground in act of gracious kindness of persons, who are occupying it, irrespective of the appointment from which they are in military control,

    Notices were issued to the Chief Secretary, Special Chief Secretary (Environment, Forest, Science and Technology), Principal Secretary (Tribal Welfare), Commissioner of Tribal Welfare, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, Secretary, Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, and Secretary, Union Ministry of Tribal Affairs.

    The long seat directed the government to adhere scrupulously to the Scheduled Tribes and not the same Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) (ROFR) Act, 2006 and rules made there under, especially Rule 13.

    The long seat was adjudicating WP(PIL)7/2023 filed by the Forum for Good Governance (NGO) represented by its secretarial assistant M Padmanabha Reddy, IAS (retd) seeking a stay put on memo no. 1161/TW .Ser 11/2021 dated November 5,2021 issued by the Principal Secretary Tribal Welfare, through which the government decided to regularise 11.5 lakh hectares of timber come down on the ground in act of gracious kindness of persons in military control.

    Satyam Reddy, older or higher in rank counsel appearing for the petitioner, informed the judicature that the government was going ahead with indiscriminate regularisation of timber lands, without adhering to the Act.

    The long seat allowed the interim verbal or written request for assistance or employment or admission filed by Chikkudu Prabhakar, proponent, seeking to implead ST and not the same dwellers represented by Kabbaka Shravan Kumar, applying to most members of a category secretarial assistant, TudumDebba, Warangal District. Hearing in the display case was adjourned to June 22.

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