The counsel of APSCHE informed the court that there are certain lapses in the petitioner colleges and they were removed from the list following rules.
The bench of Chief Justice Prashant Kumar Mishra and Justice Pratap Venkat Jyothirmai heard the PIL on Friday.
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Chief Justice Mishra said the HC registry has been updating him on the developments in the case.
The court observed that constructions made in violation of court orders are illegal and even the bills paid are deemed illegal.
He also gave similar punishment to Chittoor DPO Dasaratha Rami Reddy in a cheque power cancellation case and gave one week time for going for an appeal against verdict.
He further said advisors do not intervene in the matter of administration.
The court asked the government to file its counter mentioning the circumstances that led to the issuance of the GO and posted the matter for hearing on January 20.
However, the bench said it will take up the case hearing after Sankranti.
Deeming the action of Rao as contempt of the court, the judge directed the court registry to suo motu register a contempt of court against him.
During the case hearing, the court observed that appointment of advisors to the CM and ministers is meaningful, but for the department, it is doubtful.
Initially, the high court registry objected to the petition being filed as a writ petition instead of a PIL and placed it before Justice Raghunandan Rao as per roster on Thursday.
The case pertains to APCPDCL action against a granite company for failing to clear power dues.
The high court earlier ruled that Daspalla lands in various survey numbers in Waltair belong to Rani Kamaladevi and even the Supreme Court upheld the HC verdict.
The court asked the police to get the forensic report within 15 days and based on it, identify the other people involved in the murder.
The petitioners sought the court intervention as the ground was prepared to take up mining in the said lands.
The court heard the supplementary petitions filed by Margadarsi seeking court intervention to instruct the officials from imposing penalties against it.
Advocate General S Sriram informed the court that the searches were conducted as Margadarsi was not adhering to the rules.
The court also said it would take a decision on collecting the Rs 40 crore spent on construction of such buildings in government schools from the officials of the departments concerned.
The court earlier asked the MoEF to survey Rushikonda where the works were taken up, but the ministry constituted the committee with three members from the State government departments.