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The Telangana High Court on Monday stayed the state government’s decision to regularise transactions in non-agricultural urban properties effected by notarised documents. (Image:DC)

HYDERABAD: Justice N.V. Shravan Kumar of the Telangana High Court directed the GHMC to consider the representations made by the management of Krishnaveni Talent School and the owners and tenants of various houses in Fatehnagar, Balanagar, while determining the need to demolish the structure. The judge made the order in a writ plea filed by G.V. Shivakumar Reddy questioning a GHMC notice that held him responsible for any untoward incidents with regard to the 19,000 sq ft property. He stated that Dream India Edu Management Solutions Pvt. Ltd. had approached him for the lease of the property. However, he said, a part of it was leased to the school without his consent; this is the subject matter of a dispute between the parties. Meanwhile, the petitioner noticed leakages in the building and asked the school management (the respondent) to vacate the premises for the safety of the students. The GHMC issued a notice, requiring the petitioner to file objections, if any, for pulling down the structure or to repair it. The petitioner said he was neither in occupation of the building nor had control over it. The GHMC in its response contended that the school management had said the building was in a good condition and had enclosed a structural soundness certificate. The corporation said its executive engineer, Moosapet circle-23, had inspected the property. Justice Shravan Kumar said that in matters pertaining to the demolition of a building, there should be greater significance attached to human lives rather than disputes existing between tenants (the respondent) and the owner (the petitioner). The court said it would not express any opinion on the violation of the lease agreement, as the parties could avail remedies available under law. Justice Shravan Kumar said the court was more concerned about the safety of the pupils in the building; photographs filed in the affidavit showed that two portions of the building were connected with iron sheets which appeared to be dangerous for the children.


HC faults TSRTC for scrapping bus deal:

The Telangana High Court declared the action of the TSRTC in cancelling a hired vehicle based upon a tender as biased, predetermined and pre-judged. Justice S. Nanda accordingly allowed a writ petition filed by Mogulla Ashok Goud challenging the termination of the hire bus agreement. According to the petitioner, he was the successful bidder in a tender for a hired bus from Thorrur to Hyderabad. The corporation issued a show cause notice to the petitioner stating that he had submitted a fabricated insurance policy and levied a penalty of Rs 26,000. The petitioner said he had submitted his reply to the notice. The notice appeared to be issued on the basis of the report of the depot manager. The court found that the insurance policy was renewed and that the order of termination did not consider the explanation given by the petitioner.


SCR society election writ dismissed:

Justice C.V. Bhaskar Reddy of the Telangana High Court on Monday dismissed a writ petition challenging the election notification issued by the South Central Railway Employees Cooperative Credit Society for conducting general body elections. Petitioner Lekkala Sujith Reddy contended that the representation of various members of the society, including his own, for revision of the draft voter list was not considered. This amounted to holding an election in an undemocratic manner. The court said that once the election process is set into motion and the voter list published, there was no question of any interference.


No new MeeSeva in Sangareddy:HC

Justice C. Sumalatha of the Telangana High Court on Monday directed the state revenue authorities not to sanction any new MeeSeva centre at Kistareddypet, Ameenpur mandal, and Narayankhed municipality in Sangareddy district, without following instructions. The judge made the interim order in a writ plea filed by GK Mobiles, complaining that the revenue authorities were proceeding to sanction new centres. It was contended that there is a larger proposal to review the criteria for sanctioning new centres. When a third party was selected and it did not respond, the authorities were proceeding contrary to the law.


TS transfer: HC directs reconsideration

A two-judge bench of the Telangana High Court on Monday faulted the state government for mechanically rejecting the representation of an AP woman official seeking a permanent transfer to Telangana, where her husband was posted in the railways. The bench of Chief Justice Alok Aradhe and Justice N.V. Shravan Kumar was dealing with a plea filed by G. Nagarani, hostel welfare officer. She said she was called upon to report before the commissioner, social welfare department, AP. The government rejected her application on the ground that there was no “provision for permanent transfer.” The bench referred to an earlier division bench order, and held that the “rejection on the ground that there was no provision cannot be sustained.” It also recorded a finding that posts were vacant in Telangana and there was no reason for a summary rejection of the application of the petitioner.


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