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    Writs filed to disqualify BRS MLAs who switched to Congress

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    The State Advocate-General argued before the Telangana High Court about two writs regarding BRS MLAs defecting to Congress without resigning. He mentioned Supreme Court judgments saying the Assembly Speaker can’t be directed to act on disqualification petitions while they are pending. The petitioner filed the writs quickly after filing disqualification petitions, but the court can’t force the Speaker to make a decision before he is ready.

    The senior counsel for the petitioners expressed concern that more BRS MLAs might defect to Congress before the case is resolved. The court was hearing two writs seeking disqualification of MLAs who switched parties. Due to time constraints, the hearing was adjourned until July 11 for further arguments.

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    In another case, the High Court issued notices to the State and Central governments regarding illegal mining in Sultanpur Reserve Forest, Suryapet district. Two companies were conducting mining operations beyond their allocated areas, causing a loss to the State exchequer. The bench directed various government officials to respond to the allegations of illegal mining.

    One of the companies had their lease area reduced but continued mining in unauthorized areas. The other company encroached on forest land for mining activities. A writ was filed by an advocate seeking an investigation into the illegal mining activities, and the court adjourned the hearing for four weeks to allow for counter-affidavits to be filed.

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