Recently, it is known that illegal constructions in Mangalagiri Constituency of Guntur District have been removed. However, petitions were filed in the High Court against these dismissals. The High Court expressed indignation that the officials had not given notices regarding the removal of structures in the village. She reacted seriously for taking a stay by hiding the facts. The court asked why contempt of court action should not be taken. This is clearly an abuse of the process of the court.
The lawyer on behalf of the petitioners admitted in the court that the authorities had given them prior notices about the removal of these structures. The court expressed its anger against the petitioners. Also the stay on removal of structures was not extended. Ordered to come for hearing again today.. 14 people who attended the court say that they have no knowledge about this. But the court investigated and fined.
Meanwhile, the opposition has targeted the government after the demolition of the structures. Jansena Party leader Pawan Kalyan visited the village. As the police stopped him from coming to the village, there was a tense situation. After that, it was announced that for a few days, the victims whose houses were demolished in the village would be given an aid of Rs. Prepared for the trip at the end of this month. At this time, the judgment given by the High Court became interesting.
Moreover, when TDP’s National General Secretary Nara Lokesh went on a tour, the flexi-houses set up near some houses became the subject of discussion. Flexies have established that they don’t need anyone’s sympathy. This is how they expressed their protest. They said that no one demolished their houses.. They don’t want sympathy. These flexi were seen near some demolished houses.
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