Hyderabad: The petitioners have completed their arguments in the seven PILs challenging the government’s decision to demolish Errum Manzil and the Telangana High Court said it would hear government’s contention from Wednesday.
Asking additional adv-ocate-general J. Rama-chandra Rao to file counters to the PILs, a division bench comprising Chief Justice Ragha-vendra Singh Chauhan and Justice Shameem Akther said that counsels of the petitioners would be given an opportunity to respond.
Continuing the arguments from Monday, Mr Nirup Reddy, counsel for journalist Pasham Yadagiri, said that deletion of Regulation No.13 of the Hyderabad Urban Development Authority Zoning Regulations 1981 was a malicious move of state government to demolish Errum Manzil. The deleted regulation provides a scheme of identification of conservation and heritage and historical buildings. The counsel said that the list of about 165 structures to be protected was prepared by the Urban Act Commission comprising eminent personalities. This was negated by GO 183 issued in 2015 to delete the regulation. He said that there were only six heritage structures in the list at present against 132 earlier.
The meeting will also discuss the implementation of the new Panchayat Raj and Municipal Act.
The state has been receiving only short spells of light to moderate rainfall in some districts.
The TRS has prevented the BJP from celebrating Liberation Day since the formation of the separate state.
Nadda was accompanied by BJP State president Dr K Laxman and Former Union Minister Bandaru Dattatraya.
He said the BJP is the only party that conducts internal elections in a democratic way.
The temple gets its name due to its construction below the ground level.
National, state and district level leaders of TDP along with thousands of party workers on Sunday joined BJP in presence of J P Nadda.
TSRTC yet to replace 10,000 retired drivers.
He said in TS 26 lakh people could avail benefits under Ayushman Bharat but Mr Rao was not letting people use it.
Director, minorities welfare, Shahnawaz Qasim clarified that amount are being disbursed through e-pass mechanism.
The government has provided builders the facility to get online permission for construction.
Mr Reddy said the Kashmir issue was “India’s internal matter and no country can interfere.