Senior counsel and amicus curiae S Niranjan Reddy submitted that the state requires 80 FSOs and 35 DOs, but these posts have not been created by the State.
After completion of division bench work, the vacation judges will then take up the single bench matters.
Telangana High Court directed the State private medical and dental colleges to collect tuition fee only for the duration of the course, i.e. four-and-a-half years.
Later in the day, the State Election Commission issued a fresh notification for holding election to the said corporation on Jan 24 from 7 am to 5 pm.
The court directed the government to file a detailed affidavit, giving details like the construction area, complex design, estimated cost and time required.
After the state EC was asked to check on the voters' lists in a few wards, it asked the asked the municipal administration department to sort out the issue and send a revised list of the voters.
However, polls to Karimnagar Municipal Corporation have been put on hold as certain discrepancies among the communities in the voters' lists has been found.
The SEC was scheduled to issue the poll notification on Tuesday.
HC directed the SEC to submit the election manual, Telangana Municipalities Act, rules and regulations and related material before it on Tuesday.
Petitioner Rapolu Bhaskar, advocate and a social activist, said that anti-social elements have been kidnapping minor girls to push them into prostitution and turning the kidnapped boys into beggars.
The petitioner had sought the court’s directions to reschedule the elections notified on December 23, 2019.
Expressing concern about the confidentiality of the files routed between BRKR Bhavan and other offices scattered within the city, the bench said that it has to look from all angles into the issue.
Court directs authorities to ensure that medical officers and diagnostic labs are made aware of the danger of swine flu
Seeking directions to the authorities to reschedule the elections, Uttam Kumar Reddy said that notifying the schedule itself is contrary to the provisions of Telangana Municipalities Act.
In response, Karvy moved to the high court challenging the DRT’s impugned order, which the high court last week stayed citing it as arbitrary and unreasonable.