HC seeks govt’s response

A division bench of Hyderabad High Court has recently directed TS government to respond on a PIL filed seeking judicial enquiry or CBI probe into alleged sale of hun

Published: 03rd December 2017 02:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd December 2017 08:42 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: A division bench of Hyderabad High Court has recently directed TS government to respond on a PIL filed seeking judicial enquiry or CBI probe into alleged sale of hundreds of acres of prime government lands and also assigned lands worth crores of rupees to private individuals to set up 29 solar power plants in Mahabubnagar and Wanaparthy districts of the state.

The bench comprising ACJ Ramesh Ranganathan and Justice G Shyam Prasad was dealing with a PIL by Mahabubnagar district palamoori migrant labour union with a plea to declare the action of the respondent authorities in not conducting an enquiry into the alleged sale of government lands and lands belonging to bonded labour, Inam lands, temple lands and assigned lands to the solar power plants in both districts for wrongful gains of officials of revenue departments, as illegal.

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