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HC to Telangana government, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate

HC to Telangana government, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate
HYDERABAD: The Telangana high court on Tuesday sought to know from the state government whether it would agree to defer the ensuing auction of plots at Puppalguda in Rangareddy district at least till Dasara vacation.

A bench of acting Chief Justice MS Ramachandra Rao and Justice T Vinod Kumar sought an answer from the government by September 16. The bench was hearing pleas by Ramchander Singh and few other individuals who were claiming huge extents of land in survey numbers 301, 303, and 327 of Puppalguda.

These survey numbers fall under the purview of plots set to be auctioned by the Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (TSIIC) soon. TSIIC has already issued a notification conveying its intent to auction 18 acres of land in this area.

The petitioners claimed that this land was part of evacuee property over which their ancestors have certain rights during the pre-partition era.

Advocate general BS Prasad, however, informed the court that the petitioners’ claims had been rejected by the high court and some of them had become infructuous in view of the court orders.

The matter went up to the Supreme Court and was remanded to the high court.

The bench at one stage said it would impose a stay on the auctions, for the time being. The AG then urged the bench not to do so and said the claims of the alleged legal heirs were bogus.

“They do not possess even a semblance of right over this land. There is no documentary evidence in support of their claims. The auction cannot be stalled based on such bogus claims,” the AG argued.

The bench at one stage said it would impose a stay on the auctions, for the time being. The AG then urged the bench not to do so and said the claims of the alleged legal heirs were bogus


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