BENGALURU: The State government told the High Court on Friday that it is finding it difficult to fully implement the recommendations of the three-member committee, headed by Justice B Padmaraj, on alleged illegal allotment of sites under G-category.
Advocate General Ravi Varma Kumar made the submission before a division bench headed by Justice K L Manjunath in connection with a petition challenging the appointment of a sub-committee to examine the Justice Padmaraj commission report.
Kumar said the government has decided to make some changes to the recommendations and it needs some time. He sought time to file an affidavit on action taken by the government to implement the recommendations.
To this, the bench asked, “How many years does government need? If you are not implementing the report, what is the alternative?”
The bench granted time to the government and adjourned the case.