Interim order on land matters- E. Rajendar: The Telangana High Court has erred in the manner in which the government conducted a survey on the lands of former minister E. Rajender. Expressed dissatisfaction at not being given notice before conducting the survey on the lands.
Outraged that the authorities had seriously violated natural laws. Jamuna Hatcheries has issued Interim order on land matters and businesses. It ordered the government not to take coercive action against the company.
The apex court was hearing an urgent petition filed by the Rajendar family in connection with the land grab allegations. Desai Prakash Reddy, senior counsel for Rajendar, heard the arguments of AG Prasad on behalf of the government.
The High Court commented that the authorities could act lawfully in this matter. The High Court erred in the Medak District Collector’s report. Indicated that the Collector should act in accordance with the law regardless of the report.
Ordered to give notices in due course by law. The AG requested that the petitioners be directed to co-operate in the investigation. It adjourned the next hearing to July 6, ordering the government to file a counterclaim with full details.
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