HC Reserves Orders in HMDA Land Dispute

Hyderabad: The Telangana High Court on Saturday reserved orders in a dispute between HMDA and the private parties over around 50 acres of land in Survey No. 725 and its parts in Shamshabad.

Mohammed Qureshi of Falaknuma and another person had claimed the land and had approached the High Court stating that the HMDA was interfering with their property without authorisation. They said their ancestors had bought these land parcels from the Paigahs. The HMDA contended that the private persons were claiming the land with fabricated documents and fake court orders .

B.S. Prasad, Advocate-General, on Saturday contended before the court that the registry needed to be directed to lodge a criminal complaint regarding the fabrication and filing of fake court orders and those responsible should be prosecuted under the Indian Penal Code for cheating, criminal conspiracy and placing false evidence before the court.

Prasad suggested the name of senior police officer Avinash Mohanty to assist the court in its investigation into the matter. The Advocate General said the fabricated court orders amounted to criminal contempt and the persons responsible need to be held liable and punished for the same.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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