TS govt informed to submit reaction on GOs regularising lands purchased from prohibited formats
Hyderabad: The Telangana High Court department bench, headed by Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan and also Justice Surepalli Nanda, on Wednesday guided the State government to submit its reaction on 2 GOs, 59 outdated December 14, 2014 and also 14 where it is regularising lands bought from unauthorized formats.
The GOs allow landowners to come close to the government for regularising their come down on settlement of requisite charge.
The department bench was settling a set of writ applications and also 2 Public Interest Litigations looking for suspension of the GOs as they are promoting all such individuals that have actually bought lands took of prohibited formats and also later on obtaining them regularised on settlement of requisite charge.
The GOs indirectly motivated land-grabbers and also unsocial components to elbow in lands and also later on obtain them regularised, competed the petitioners.
Counsel for among the Public Interest Litigation, Chikkudu Prabhakar, educated the court that the PILs and also the writ applications have actually been submitted in 2015. Since after that the State government has actually not submitted its reaction.
He educated the court that in March 2022, the department bench of the court took significant note on the lazy mindset of the State government in not submitting its reaction to the set of the writ applications and also PILs and also guided the Chief Secretary to show up face to face, in case the State falls short to submit its reaction.
In the attire of the GOs, individuals are not also leaving a tiny degree of land, 250 square backyards, and also looked for an instructions to suspend them. AHe aring in case was adjourned to August 24.
HC enforces Rs 50,000 penalty on petitioner for ‘losing court’s time’
The High Court department bench, consisting of Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan and also Justice Surepalli Nanda, on Wednesday, enforced Rs 50,000 penalty on the petitioner for submitting personal lawsuits as public passion lawsuits and also losing the court’s priceless time.
The CJ bench listening to a public passion lawsuits submitted by A Dayakar Rao Yadav, police constable, versus unsanctioned building and construction at Jawahar Nagar, Yousufguda, by the participantNagam Papiah Yadav
GHMC Standing Counsel Pasham Krishna Reddy educated the court that the petitioner is the son-in-law of the participant and also hubby of his 3rd little girl Shanta and also subdued realities in the request.
The petitioner whined to the worried GHMC authorities versus the unsanctioned building and construction byPapiah Yadav The issue is a disagreement in between sis. At the treatment of the member of the family and also well-wishers the issue has actually been agreeably cleared up in between the events. Dayakar Yadav took out the request, the advise mentioned.
The CJ bench, aggrieved over the petitioner declaring incorrect public passion lawsuits, enforcedRs 50,000 penalty, to be attributed to the Telangana State Legal Services Authority, Hyderabad, within 30 days. “The message to go out that the purpose of PIL cannot misused and the court’s time wasted by filing false PILs”.