Submit Response On Writ Plea, TREI-RB Told
HYDERABAD: Justice P. Madhavi Devi of the Telangana High Court directed the Telangana Residential Educational Institutions Recruitment Board (TREI-RB) to submit its response on the writ petition filed by Goondra Chaithanya and four other aspirants of Degree Lecturers posts. On April 5, the TREI-IB has notified 868 vacancies for the posts of various degree lecturer posts in the residential educational institutions. One of the eligibilities for the post is that, candidate should have qualified for NET (National Eligibility Test) conducted by the UGC or the Telangana State- State Eligibility Test (TS- SET) conducted by the date of notification i.e., April 5. Petitioners counsel S. Goutham said that, after four years the TS-SET was conducted and the results were announced on April 24. However, candidates who got qualified in the TS-SET 2018 and earlier were only eligible as the TS-SET 2022 results were announced after the date of notification, he said. Even the recruitment notification is issued after four years and by the time it is conducted again petitioners would be barred by age counsel submitted. The judge also remarked, “The recruitment is not conducted periodically,” and wondered how can petitioners be excluded. The government pleader on the other hand argued that according to Supreme Court judgment eligibility obtained after notification cannot be considered. Petitioners contended that the notification is discriminatory to consider the candidates qualified till 2018 in the 2023 recruitment. The judge then directed the government pleader to get instructions from the recruitment agency by Monday and adjourned the case.
Dornakal cops asked not to interfere with civil issues
Justice C.V. Bhaskar Reddy of the Telangana High Court directed the inspector and sub-inspector, Dornakal police station in Mahbubabad, not to interfere with the civil disputes of the petitioners’ land. The judge was hearing a writ petition filed by Rentala Nandu and Galam Babu, both residents of Mahbubabad. The petitioners would contend that at the instance of influential political persons the police officials are harassing and interfering with the peaceful possession of the petitioners’ property. He would further contend that it is highly arbitrary that police officials are not allowing the petitioner to access their own property and addressed a letter to the tahsildar to conduct a survey of the said land in question. The judge expressing concerns over the said representation by police to the tahsildar stated that representation itself shows that the police were interfering in the civil disputes. The judge issued notices to the officials and directed them not to interfere with the petitioners’ peaceful possession of the property. The judge will hear the matter again on 28.06.2023.
Grant parole to petitioner: HC to Prison Dept
Justice C.V. Bhaskar Reddy of the Telangana High Court directed officials of the Prisons Department of Telangana State to consider the representation of the petitioners for the grant of Special/Emergency parole presently confined in Central Prison Cherlapalli. The petitioner would contend that his father is not doing very well and should grant parole so that he can visit his father. On the other hand, respondents argued that the petitioner was a life convict prisoner, who just served his two years of punishment and there were chances he may commit the crime once again. The judge after hearing the contentions directed the authorities to consider his representation and issue appropriate orders within ten days from the date of receipt of the order.
No new construction at Vittalwadi circle: HC
Justice N.V. Shravan Kumar of the Telangana High Court directed the civic authorities not to take out any further construction at Vittalwadi Circle opposite Metro Towers in Narayanguda. The petitioner would contend that the respondent authorities in collusion with influential persons are illegally erecting a lift on the street road which is unauthorised. The petitioner further contends that respondents are encroaching into the lands of the petitioner and despite their representation and legal notices no response is being given by the authorities. The court after recording the undertaking by counsel for GHMC, that they have already stopped the construction directed the respondents no take out any further construction in the sanctioned plan of the petitioner.
Threat: HC grants police protection to elderly couple
Justice C.V. Bhasker Reddy of the Telangana High Court on Wednesday granted police protection to elderly couple. The petition was filed by S.R. Ram Murthy, 88, his wife S.R. Udaya Laxmi, 85, and his son Satya Murthy, all residents of Saidabad Colony against police denying them protection. Counsel for the petitioner contended that the younger son of the first petitioner was in financial crises and availed loan from many people. As he was unable to repay the loan, he filed insolvency. He further argued that people from whom the petitioner’s son availed loan, came to the house of petitioners and started threatening them. Even though they approached the commissioner, no action was taken. The Government pleader requested time to get instructions. Considering the old age of the petitioners, the judge directed the police to protect the life and personal liberty of the petitioners while allowing them to implead people who have been threatening them.