Telangana informed to accelerate ex lover gratia settlement to kin of dead farmers
Hyderabad: The Division Bench on Monday routed the State government to accelerate the procedure of settlement of ex lover gratia of Rs 6 lakh each to the kin of departed farmers in Jayashankar-Bhupalapally area, and also adjourned the PIL for listening to after summertime getaway.
The Chief Justice Bench was listening to an appeal submitted by Bannuru Kondala Reddy, a social lobbyist from Medak area, looking for an instructions to the State government to pay ex lover gratia to the kin of departed farmers that dedicated self-destruction after plant failing.
The Division Bench had actually previously purchased for the individual look of Principal Secretary, Revenue in case of non-payment of ex lover gratia to the dependants.
Vasudha Nagraj, advice for the petitioner, notified the Bench that via GO 173 dated September 22, 2015, the State government had actually prolonged the ex lover gratia to 13 households in Vikarabad area, 23 households in Yadadri-Bhongir area, 4 households in Peddapalli area.
She stated that besides 12 households in Jayashankar-Bhupalapally area, the State government had actually paid ex lover gratia to the departed farmers’ dependents from the above kept in mind areas.