The Telangana HC on Monday directed the Hyderabad collector to ensure no illegal constructions takes place on the land admeasuring 4,996 square yards belonging to Jagannadha Swamy temple at Haribowli.
The bench, comprising Chief Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan and Justice B Vijaysen Reddy, passed the order in a PIL filed by Varun Sankineni from Suryapet district.
Taking a serious view of this, the bench directed the BC Welfare Commissioner to submit an action taken report on the issue, and posted the matter to June 16 for further hearing.
Besides, it also issued a notification stating that all subordinate courts, tribunals and other institutions concerned would remain closed till May 29 or until further orders.
The division bench, comprising of Justice MS Ramachandra Rao and Justice K Lakshman, also directed the State to appoint nodal officers in every Covid red zone and their numbers be widely.
As for the case, in 2013 Cognizant has terminated the services of P Appala Naidu who joined the company as manager-projects in 2011.
The HC on Wednesday directed amicus curiae Vasudha Nagaraj to file a detailed report by June 10 on the functioning of old age homes in Hyderabad, Secunderabad and Rangareddy district.
The bench, consisting Chief Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan and Justice T Amarnath Goud, was hearing a PIL filed by advocate S Satyam Reddy and five others.
The request comes in the wake of the recent Supreme Court direction for protecting prisoners from the coronavirus.
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The petition also complained about the lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) to doctors and para-medical staff in the State.
The petitioners complained about the lack of essential commodities at reasonable prices to people, particularly to inter-State migrant labourers and hostel students, during the lockdown.
In 2014, Ravi, a farmer, proposed to marry the victim, a minor girl eking out her livelihood by doing manual work.
There are 10,600 complaints seeking demolition of illegal buildings in Greater Hyderabad; this is in addition to 1.10 lakh illegal structures that are awaiting regularisation under BRS
Advocate Khaja Aijazuddin said that the SBI corporate centre, Mumbai, issued a notification on January 26 stating that KYC updation has to be carried out periodically for all its customers.
They also wanted officials to give permission seven days before the event, and not impose unreasonable conditions.