Thomas Chandy gets more time to file documents

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Sep 27, 2017, 1:00 am IST
Updated Sep 27, 2017, 1:00 am IST
On October 4, the Lake Palace authorities agreed that they would produce documents and the officials concerned would inspect those.
Thomas Chandy
 Thomas Chandy

Alappuzha: District collector T. V. Anupama on Tuesday put off the hearing on the alleged paddy field levelling by Lake Palace resort to October 4.  She said though the representatives of the resort appeared on Tuesday, they sought time for producing documents proving the ownership of the land and permission for the construction works. 

Ms. Anupama said that  Alappuzha revenue divisional officer had permitted using buoy flats with reflectors in front of the resort in the lake for avoiding the disturbance from the floating weeds and garbage. So there is no violation. "On October 4, the Lake Palace authorities agreed that they would produce documents and the officials concerned would inspect those. Then we will get a clear picture,” she told reporters here. 

 

“I have sought documents in connection with the construction of the car park and the approach road levelling paddy fields.  I have not completed my inquiry, and I can reach a final judgment only after checking their documents. They have produced the papers and permissions they received before 2014, not after that. We will take a final decision only after checking all the records,” Ms Anupama added. 

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Location: India, Kerala




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