Court sandbags KCR on Erra Manzil land

Court sandbags KCR on Erra Manzil land

Court sandbags KCR on Erra Manzil land
September 17
10:58 2019

The one man rule in Telangana of K Chandrasekar Rao revived a jolts with state high court denouncing one more cabinet decision.This is the nth instance of countless court rejections in last five years in government decisions but the majority rule of TRS has always been sidestepping court reprimands.

The Telangana High Court has set aside the decision of the Council of Ministers to construct a new legislative Assembly complex at the Errum Manzil palace site.The popular public opinion is that KCR wanted to give land to his favourite My Home company of Rameswar Rao .

A division bench comprising Chief Justice Raghaven-dra Singh Chauhan and Justice Shameem Akther pronounced its verdict on the public interest litigations (PIL) challenging the one man rule in proposed construction of a new Assembly complex after demolishing the existing Errum Manzil over 30 acres of land in heart of Hyderabad .

It admonished the Telangana state government for ignoring its duty of preserving the heritage,architectural identity and character of Hyderabad.

The court said fulfilment of government designs would mean demolition of the 150-year-old Errum Manzil palace,a heritage building and reprimanded the state government for “ignoring its imperative duty to preserve heritage buildings and sense of culture and identity of the city.”

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