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TelanganaLRS, BRS: TS govt told to wait for SC guidelines

LRS, BRS: TS govt told to wait for SC guidelines

Published: 21st Jan 2021 12:09 am

Hyderabad: A two-judge bench of the Telangana High Court, comprising Chief Justice Hima Kohli and Justice B Vijaysen Reddy, directed the State government to not take any coercive steps pertaining to the Layout Regularisation Scheme and Building Regularisation Scheme till the said petition is pending in the Supreme Court. The court also stated that the Telangana government, along with all other States, must file a report within 8 weeks.

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The court observed that once the Supreme Court lays down substantial guidelines, only then the High Court shall interfere and pass necessary orders. However, the panel recorded that a stay will be granted on the Building Regularisation Scheme and the last date for payment of Layout Regularisation Scheme is January 31, 2021. The PIL was filed by Komatireddy Venkat Reddy, Member of Parliament, regarding unapproved and illegal layouts being regularised under the Telangana Regularisation of Unapproved and Illegal Layout Rules, 2020, without imposing any penalties on civilians violating these rules.

Firm contests TSHRC notice

The panel entertained a writ petition filed by IREP Dhan Pvt Ltd challenging a notice issued by the Telangana State Human Rights Commission directing the managing director of the company to appear in person. The petitioner contended that the matter pertains to the service of the private respondent. The petitioner submitted that the matter before the State Human Rights Commission was posted to January 21 for appearance of the petitioner. The panel observed that the subject matter relates to contractual appointment of the private respondent and stayed the proceeding initiated against the petitioner. It directed the petitioner to take out notice to the private respondent and posted the matter in August.


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