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Chhattisgarh HC Issues Notice to Stay Proceeding for The Allotment of Government Land to Congress Party [READ ORDER]

Lawstreet Journal 4 Sep 2020 11:59pm

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The Chhattisgarh High Court directed the government by issuing a notice for staying/stopping proceeding of allotment of government land to the Congress Party, for the purpose of construction of their offices in Dhamatri, Kurud District, Chhattisgarh, until the next hearing on 29th September 2020. 

The division bench found a prima facie case and admitted it. The bench was headed by Chief Justice PR Ramchandra Menon and also comprised of Justice ParthPrateem Sahu. On admitting the case Justice Sahu said that “We are of the view that a prima facie case has been made by the petitioner. But we do not intend to express any opinion on this aspect, as the matter can be considered only after filing a reply by the state and other respondents”. 

The case was filed by Bhanu Chandrakar and the petitioner through Advocate Sharad Mishra claimed before the court that the land in question was conserved for Cultural Center and other public purposes, and the execution of its lease violated various provisions of the Chhattisgarh Municipalities, Act and Rules. 

The counsel for the petitioner said that property was allotted to the respondent concerned but now the property has been allotted in the name of Pramod Sahu, respondent no. 6 in this case, on a lease for a time period of 30 years. The council for the petitioner submitted that there is no prior sanction of the Government land has been obtained and this is the clear violation of Section 109 of the Municipalities Act, 1961. 

The counsel also said that… Continue Reading...


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