Keeping peace is responsibility of Telangana government: Hyderabad High Court
Hyderabad: Expressing displeasure at the police refusing permission for rallies and other protests at the eleventh hour citing law and order, the Hyderabad High Court on Wednesday told the Telangana Joint Action Committee to file an application within two days for its proposed “Amarula Spoorthy Yatra” to be held in Nalgonda, Yadadri, Bhongir and Suryapet districts.
Justice S.V. Bhatt was hearing a petition by the TJAC represented by its co-convener I. Gopal Sharma seeking declare as illegal the denial of permission by the police for the yatra.
Stating that maintaining the law and order was the duty of the state, the judge directed counsel for the TS government to file a counter affidavit explaining the reasons for refusing permission for the road show.
While telling the petitioner to file a fresh application to the police within two days with all details, including the route, the judge posted the case to November 11.