samatha and state of AP judgment - Synopsis
ALOK VERMA 28 Apr 2021

The facts of the case are as follows: Samatha is a voluntary social organization that is working in Andhra Pradesh. It works for the development of tribal groups in the Scheduled areas of the State. The case was against the Government of Andhra Pradesh for leasing out tribal lands to private mining companies in the Scheduled areas of Vishakhapatnam. They argued that the ‘government’ was also a person and that it does not have the power to lease scheduled land to non tribals for mining purposes. But the High Court ruled in favor of the state of Andhra Pradesh. Appellants filed a special leave petition in the Supreme Court and held that the state violated Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Areas Land Transfer Regulation, 1959Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980 and Environment Protection Act, 1986.


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