Poaching instance: BJP submits charm in HC difficult solitary court order
Hyderabad: The BJP Telangana device, stood for by its basic assistant Gujjula Premendar Reddy, on Thursday submitted a writ charm in the Telangana High Court testing the order of Justice Bollam Vijaysen Reddy of November 8 guiding the Cyberabad Commissioner of Police to proceed with the examination right into the claimed poaching of 4 TRS lawmakers by some BJP lobbyists at a farmhouse in Moinabad.
The petitioner looked for an instructions to prolong the acting order dated October 29 of Justice Reddy in the writ applicationNo 39767 of 2022 in which the court had actually postponed the examination right into criminal activity no. 455/2022 signed up by the Moinabad police till more orders. The petitioner had actually looked for an instructions to turn over the examination to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
During the program of hearing, Justice Reddy, after listening to elaborately all counsels standing for the State government as well as the petitioner (BJP) as well as the 3 charged, had actually passed orders on November 8 changing his earlier order dated October 29 allowing the Cyberabad Commissioner of Police to proceed with the examination.
The primary ground taken by the petitioner testing the order is that the court should have actually settled the writ application on maintainability just as the concerns included have nationwide implications which the whole episode of poaching is just a well ordered conspiracy theory by none aside from the Chief Minister, that held an interview after the event, as well as, prior to examination can begin, the whole event was newscast survive television networks.
The State government had actually just recently made up an unique examination group headed by the City Commissioner ofPolice This action of the government itself reveals that the whole equipment is trading product relating to the examination. The writ charm might show up for hearing prior to a department bench on November 11.
HC guides State to submit counter; govt depend on Golkonda Golf Course
The High Court department bench, consisting of Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan as well as Justice CURRICULUM VITAE Bhaskar, on Thursday listened to 2 PILs, one affirming damages to the Golkonda Fort therefore the golf links, as well as the various other to protect Naya Quila Talab (lake) atGolkonda
One of the petitioner’s guidance B Rachna Reddy educated the court that a great deal of location was damaged for the golf links.”We want to protect the fort” She opposed the golf links within the Fort’s Naya Quila, which is a safety monolith, where a number of MoUs have actually been authorized with theState government
She insisted:”Let it be a protective monument, which it is; the government can carry out archeological and other activities but not destroy the entire structure just for the sake of golf course” Reddy insisted. “people want the historical Golconda monument protected. With the golf course the structure is getting demolished and changing. In fact, we have submitted photographs to the court. If the activity continues the monument is not going to remain the same.
CJ Bhuyan queried the GP of Irrigation department Harish what is the stand of the State Government and Wakf Board on the golf course within the monument. Harish sought some more time to get instructions from the government.
Irked over the GP’s submission, CJ Bhuyan observed: The matter is pending since 10 years; you seek some more time to file the counter.
Harish informed the court that Naya Talab in Golkonda was intact and there was no obstruction to it as of now. “The worried collection agency likewise submitted in June 2021 the condition record of the lake”.
Senior counsel S Ravi, appearing for the Hyderabad Golf Course, said the golf course had taken permission of the Archeological Survey of India (ASI). He submitted that inside the fort at Jawarikunta a garbage dump is located. The grassing work of the dump has been done; no further work has been done anywhere in the fort. At Qutub Minar also a grass course exists, but it has not been made controversial in any manner, Ravi said.
He informed the court that the litigation has been continuing for over 15 long years.”The accusation of ft damages is unwarranted”.
In Naya Quila the court had earlier considered and permitted grassing in the entire area; no part of the fort is damaged, Ravi asserted.
Counsel for Archeological Survey of India (ASI) B Mukherjee told court it had filed a counter affidavit on December 16, 2017 itself. The CJ division bench, after hearing all contentions, directed Mukherjee to circulate all the counter copies to all the parties. The bench directed the government authorities to file a status report of alleged part of the fort. Hearing in the case was adjourned to November 14.
If excess bodies are available at Gandhi Hospital give every MBBS 1st year student a body to learn
On Thursday the HC division bench comprising CJ Bhuyan and Justice Bhaskar Reddy heard the public interest litigation filed by Abhinava Colony Residents’ Association, Padmaraonagar, represented by its president Rajeev Deshpande and seven others seeking to declare the action of Gandhi Hospital in leaving unclaimed, unknown, decomposed, decayed bodies outside the mortuary as illegal.
The PIL sought steps to remove all such bodies from the mortuary and shift them to city outskirts or destroy them by burning. It wanted the surroundings of the mortuary and hospital to be kept neat and hygienic. CJ Bhuyan queried the government authorities about the status of the case. GP for Home Mamidi Roopender informed the court that the status report was filed on July 8, 2022. After reading the report, the CJ observed that the unclean bodies can be used for the first year MBBS students. “If the healthcare facility has excess bodies, offer one body to every pupil, to ensure that it will certainly be simple for the pupils to find out”.
The record mentioned that the storage space capability of bodies at the healthcare facility mortuary was 12; consequently it was improved to 17. The mortuary has 17 modern-day conservation boxes of bodies Modern techniques used do not create trouble to the regional individuals as well as likewise to people as well as their assistants. After 72 hrs, the bodies will certainly be transferred to crematorium or graveyard for funeral service with GHMC partnership. The bench, after understanding realities, shared fulfillment over the authorities’ activity as well as disposed of the PIL.