Resume land allotted to media home: PIL | Hyderabad Information

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HYDERABAD: The Telangana excessive court docket has issued notices to the state, Deccan Chronicle Holdings Ltd (DCHL), TNR Constructions, GHMC, CBI and ED asking them to clarify their stand on a PIL that questioned the 2009 allotment of 6,357 sq. yards of presidency land at Kothapet to DCHL and sought its resumption on the bottom that the media home is attempting to promote it away by way of a realtor as a substitute of utilizing the land for the aim for which it was allotted.
The PIL was filed by social employee Perala Shekhar Rao from LB Nagar. A bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice N Tukaramji sought replies from the state, GHMC, and DCHL inside six weeks.
Petitioner’s counsel T Sudhakar stated that the allotment was made to DCHL at a less expensive worth to hold out media-related work. Nonetheless, the corporate has now given it to TNR Constructions for constructing flats. They’d even put up a board that the flats would quickly be accessible on the market. Since they weren’t utilizing the land for the projected function, the state ought to take resume the land, he stated. The land may very well be used to construct a park or a authorities hospital as a substitute, Sudhakar stated. He sought a probe into the allotment of land to DCHL.
GHMC counsel Sampath Prabhakar Reddy stated the civic physique didn’t accord any permission to the media home to boost any buildings on the web site. “We’ve got additionally issued a discover to DCHL asking it to clarify why it’s making an attempt building there with none permission,” he added. The bench posted the case to February 23, 2022.


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