State Home Department is in heavy sleep? Show-cause notices were issued to Home Secretary Ravi Gupta:
What is the State Home Department doing ..? Are you in heavy sleep? ..! ‘The High Court’ had directed that additional public-prosecutor posts should be filled so as not to delay the trial of criminal cases in the lower court and if the 174 vacant APP posts were not filled within two weeks, the Chief Secretary of the Home Department would personally appear before the court on July 7. Consider a letter written by the High Court registrar three years ago that a large number of APP posts were vacant and as a result, the trial of criminal cases was being severely delayed. A division bench of Chief Justice Hima Kohli and Justice B Vijaysen Reddy heard the case on Wednesday. Show-cause notices were issued to Home Secretary Ravi Gupta. Will it be replaced in the next century? What is the court order to calculate or .. to procrastinate in the name of installments? Tell me why it should not be considered contempt of court. The High Court made harsh remarks. If no action is taken to replace the 174 APP posts within two weeks, he will have to appear for the next hearing or face contempt of court. The next hearing was adjourned to July 7.
Criminal action should be taken against Koduri Suresh
The High Court has held that it is not appropriate to take civil action under the Revenue Recovery Act without filing a criminal case for misappropriation of Rs 1.13 crore by Nilofar diet contractor Koduri Suresh. Although the RR Act was enacted in order to recover the funds, it directed the government to take criminal action as the misappropriation of funds was a criminal offense. A bench of Chief Justice Hima Kohli and Justice B Vijaysen Reddy on Wednesday heard a petition filed by Dr. P Bhagwant Rao alleging the misappropriation of funds by Nilofar Diet contractor. The government says the contractor was fired. It also said notices had been issued under the RR Act. The High Court had said that the trial would end with this. The order was issued at the request of the petitioner’s lawyer to take criminal action, according to the August 11 hearing on the criminal proceedings.
Steps must be taken to prevent structures from happening there
The High Court has directed the Irrigation Department to take steps not to construct the Aminpur Pond until the final notification of FTL is issued. A division bench comprising Chief Justice Hima Kohli and Justice B Vijaysen Reddy on Wednesday directed the FUTL to issue a final notification on the buffer zone of the ponds. The High Court has heard a petition filed by Hyderabad-based Birding Polls, a non-governmental organization, against encroachments and illegal constructions under the Aminpur Pond FTL. The court adjourned the hearing to July 23 after the government said it had issued the first notification and would issues him a full notification.
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