Telangana HC orders action to ensure smooth hatchery ops

Hyderabad: Justice K. Laxman of the Telangana High Court on Monday admitted a writ petition against residents of Sonapur Thanda of Nirmal district, filed by Dharani Breeders Private Limited, who alleged local interference causing hurdles to their poultry business, now with over 300 chicks, and questioning the failure of authorities in ensuring conducive atmosphere for business. The petitioner claimed it invested about Rs 19 crore, including Rs 14.5 crore of bank loans, and employed 50 people, but alleged that locals were not allowing the farm to function. The petitioner claimed to have installed fly traps near each house and was willing to adopt advanced technology to deal with the fly menace, but said locals dug up approach roads, making commuting hard for employees. The judge directed the authorities to take necessary action in the matter.

HC questions state depts on school in residential colony

Justice K. Laxman of the Telangana High Court questioned the state education authorities and the GHMC on how they could permit a school to be run in a residential colony, on a writ petition filed by Vinjamarla Balaji, challenging the establishment of Akshaara School at Sri Venkareshwara Colony at Suchitra Centre. The petitioner, a resident of the colony, complained that the permission was contrary to the law and that her representation to the authorities was in vain. The judge, however, refused to grant an ex parte interim order staying admissions to the school.

HC orders notice over illegal construction to Armed Forces Co-op. Societies

Justice K. Laxman of the Telangana High Court ordered notice to the Armed Forces Co-Operative Societies at Sainikipuri, over a petition alleging illegal construction. The judge allowed a writ petition filed by Billagir Ramaiah and four other retired senior army officials, who questioned the alleged inaction of the Kapra Municipality in failing to curb alleged illegal constructions. The retired defence personnel complained that they made representations to the Kapra Municipality but in vain. They alleged that the said Armed Forces Co-Operative Housing Societies were constructing shades and were in the process of establishing a restaurant in a residential area. The counsel for the Kapra Municipality informed the court that after issuing a show cause notice, a final order for demolition was issued to the erring party on May 15. The counsel also said that since the premises were locked, a copy of the final order for demolition/removal was affixed on the premises.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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