In a complaint to women's police station at Pandeshwar, the student filed a complaint against KSN Rajesh and stated that in August, she had joined as an intern under him at Karangalpady.
The Vigilance's investigation revealed that Gopalpur MLA had made huge illegal gains as a public servant between May 24, 2009 and November 30, 2020.
The New Indian Express published a story about workers employed under the MGNREGA at Kadoli village near Belagavi being paid a meagre Rs 100 as wages as against Rs 289 per day fixed by the government
The Lokayukta said the right to a healthy environment and pollution-free water is a part of the right to life and liberty guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution.
In the complaint, one Bishnu Mohan Rath had alleged that OPOLFED general manager Bimal Mohapatra was allowing a counter allottee M Keshab Rao to sell fast food and biryani.
Dismissing the appeal, a bench headed by Justice L Nageswara Rao said the charges show favouritism towards a relative.
A division bench of Acting Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Sachin Shankar Magadum noted that there were trees at the location.
Referring to how those accused in some cases are given a rousing welcome upon release from jail on bail, he said such people used to be boycotted in earlier days.
Justice M Sitharama Murthy said the SHRC will receive grievances online in view of Covid pandemic situation.
It was alleged that P Ashok Babu, NGO leader, got wrong info entered into his service record showing him as a BCom graduate though he did not have the degree.
The temporary office of the Andhra Pradesh Lokayukta was inaugurated by Lokayukta Justice P Lakshman Reddy at the State guest house in Kurnool on Saturday.
After the State bifurcation, orders were issued on October 24, 2017 relocating the SHRC headquarters from Hyderabad to Vijayawada.
Panigrahy’s counsel Pitambar Acharya told TNIE that, “The application has also sought dismissal of the SLP along with punitive and exemplary costs on the petitioner”.
The petition has reportedly sought contempt proceedings against Lokayukta Chairman Justice Ajit Singh and Secretary Manas Tripathy.
According to the order passed by Justice Shetty, the couple purchased the site in 2003 for Rs 64.74 lakh and the sale deed was executed by the BDA in their favour in 2005.