Justice P. Naveen Rao dismissed the petitions filed by Alpha holdings, United Landmarks and Omega Development Ventures challenging the orders passed on September 26.
Hyderabad: The High Court on Wednesday dismissed three petitions filed by three realty companies which sought directions to the revenue department of Ranga Reddy district to convert 150 acres agricultural land in Survey No. 613 at Nadergul village of Balapur Mandal, to non-agricultural land. They said the land was part of 373 acres which were earlier allotted for developing Hardware Park to the AP Industrial Infrastructure Corporation. The court also dismissed the plea of that firms to delete their land from the prohibited property list under the Registration Act.
Accepting the state’s contention that the land is to be verified whether it has been cleared of all land ceiling issues, Justice P. Naveen Rao dismissed the petitions filed by Alpha holdings, United Landmarks and Omega Development Ventures challenging the orders passed on September 26.
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