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TelanganaPILs on industrial units closed in Telangana High Court

PILs on industrial units closed in Telangana High Court

Published: 8th Jun 2021 7:51 pm

Hyderabad: A two-judge panel comprising Justice Hima Kohli and Justice B. Vijaysen Reddy of the Telangana High court on Tuesday closed a batch of Public Interest Litigations filed against industrial units that adversely affected the environment in Tata Nagar and Shastripuram. The counsel for GHMC informed the court that necessary closure orders have been issued against most industrial units and their electricity connection have been disconnected. The PIL batch was preferred by Vinay Palnitkar and others who submitted through counsel that there were a few industrial units that were yet to be closed. The panel directed the petitioner to submit a list of the industrial units to the GHMC counsel who was in turn directed to take appropriate steps for issuing show cause notices to them. The petitioner was given the liberty to approach the court if no action is taken against the industrial units in the concerned area.

Interim protection to police officer

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Justice Abhinand Kumar Shavili of Telangana High Court on Tuesday granted interim protection to Janaki Sharmila (DSP), Deputy Director of RBVRR Telangana State Police Academy. The officer is known for an impeccable record for her service and based on a writ petition filed by her alleging that V K Singh, Retd. IPS constantly interfered with her duties and amenities provided by the State Government and acted beyond his duty by harassing her mentally. The counsel appearing for the petitioner requested the court to direct V K Singh (Retd. IPS) to not interfere but the court denied stating that they cannot indulge in the same. The petitioner also requested the court to direct the Director General of Police to consider her representation since her IPS is pending for consideration. The matter is adjourned to June 22 for further hearing.

Deccan Chronicle Holdings case

The Hyderabad bench of the National Company Law Tribunal adjourned a matter filed by Serious Fraud Investigation Office against Deccan Chronicle Holding Limited and 39 others to Wednesday . SFIO earlier filed an application alleging inter alia that DCHL diverted its funds through various modes with the help of other respondents. Exclusive Motors Pvt Limited, filed an application for early hearing wherein he is a respondent and stated that, DCHL have made an advance payment of around Rs 11 Crore for purchase of a luxury custom made Car. However, DCHL failed to make the payment of balance amount due to which the manufacturer forfeited the advance. The said transaction was even recorded in the balance sheet of the Exclusive Motors, but SFIO without giving any opportunity to them made them as a respondent in the present petition. The Tribunal directed the Exclusive Motors to file all its relevant balance sheet for the relevant year before the Tribunal and adjourned the matter to June 9.

 

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