Don’t take forceful actions versus Telangana, HC informs Centre
Hyderabad: The Telangana High Court on Wednesday routed the Union of India and also Andhra Pradesh government not to take any type of forceful actions versus the Telangana power energies for not paying around Rs 6,800 crore to AP in the direction of charges based on AP State Bifurcation Act, till additional orders.
A hearing was kept in the court relating to the Telangana and also AP power charges (defaults) disagreement.
The Centre lately provided an order to Telangana to pay Rs.6,800 crore to AP power business. Challenging the order, the State government came close to the court.
The bench provided an acting order to AP not to take severe activity on the power charges contest versusTelangana It observed that it is not affordable to provide orders to AP without paying attention to disagreements ofTelangana
The court routed tentatively to submit counters. It published hearing to October 18 Dushyanth Dawe, elderly guidance of the Supreme Court, stood for the State government and also TSTransco
CURRICULUM VITAE Mohan Reddy, elderly guidance, stood for AP. T. Suryakaran Reddy, Additional Solicitor-General, stood for the Union ofIndia
Plea to offer unique standing to Raja Singh
The High Court solitary bench headed by Justice Kanneganti Lalitha on Wednesday listened to the writ request submitted by Usha Bai, spouse of BJP lawmaker T Raja Singh, that remains in Cherlapally Jail, looking for to offer services like a cot bed, table, chair, paper and also needed clinical fundamentals which are because of an unique course detainee, based on theTelangana Prisons Rules
She advocated all centers statutorily as a result of an unique course under-trial detainee, besides security to Singh from various other prisoners that may endanger and also create damage to his life.
Senior guidance Ravichandra that stood for the petitioner informed the court that no clear alleviation is supplied to Singh in the jail.
Counsel for the Home division Manoj asked for the court to provide time to submit a counter-affidavit. Justice Lalitha, thinking about the demand made by Manoj, adjourned the hearing for 4 weeks.
State govt submits FSL & & clinical record in HC on experience
The Division bench including Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan and also Justice CURRICULUM VITAE Bhaskar Reddy on Wednesday listened to the PIL submitted by The Civil Liberties Committee stood for by its General Secretary Chilka Chandra Sekhar, to proclaim the activity of the State government in eliminating the departed Tangella Shruti and also Vidya Sagar Reddy for experience on 15-9-2015 at Pasra police headquarters limitations, Warangal District and also signing up the criminal activity under Section 307 IPC and also various other areas of regulation as well as likewise not signing up criminal activity according to the problem of the household.
Consequently, to route the State government to delegate the examination to CBI to develop the fact regarding the murder of the deceased.
Special GENERAL PRACTITIONER Andapally Sanjeev Kumar educated the bench that declaring the experience as phony and also phony is not real. He additionally educated the Court that FSL and also Medical record has actually been submitted in theCourt
Counsel for the Petitioner, Verose Raghunath sent that FSL and also Medical Report duplicates have actually not been offered to them.
Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan routed to take duplicates from the computer registry and also if there is any type of averments can submit acting application.
The issue adjourned to November 8.