High Court expresses dismay at AgriGold issues
A Division Bench of the High Court at Hyderabad comprising Acting Chief Justice D.B. Bhosale and Justice S.V. Bhatton Monday reprimanded the AgriGold consortium and the AP authorities for the manner in which they were approaching the problem when the court was tracking the case.
The Bench expressed heavy displeasure in the way the AgriGold association was attempting to dilute the problem.
The Bench had made a committee headed by retired judge of the High Court to supervise the supply of the profits as well as the selling of prime properties among the depositors.
As Justice Surya Rao passed away lately, the Bench had made Justice G.V.Sethapathi, former judge of the High Court, who was additionally registrar of the court for a significant time.
The Bench asked the AP authorities about the state of the investigation.
The Bench said that it must deliver the case to CBI and pass orders and suitable opinions concerning the investigation team and wasn’t pleased with the result.
The Bench wasn’t impressed when the special pleader on behalf of the Andhra Pradesh government was attempting to spell out the arrest hadn’t taken place.
The Bench expressed uncertainties about its truthfulness and found the report submitted by the Agri Gold association was evasive.
The ads ought to have been given in top papers in that State when the properties that were set on sale are in Karnataka.
The Bench needed the Agri Gold Company to submit the ads the following day of the hearing.
The case was recorded on Friday.
Govts. asked to sensitise media
The Division Bench of the High Court at Hyderabad including Acting Chief Justice D.B. Bhosale and Justice S.V. Bhatton Monday suggested to the governments of the two Telugu States to approach the print and electronic media to create awareness regarding the usage of carbide for ripening the fruits.
The Bench was dealing with a for ripening fruits quickly taken up instance regarding the considerable use of chemicals like carbide which contributes to dangerous health hazards.
The Bench adjourned the matter to March 4 to ease the governments to report back about the wide-ranging campaign and implantation of various propositions made by amicus curie.
Highway at Chilakaluripeta
The Division Bench of the High Court at Hyderabad including Acting Chief Justice D.B. Bhosale and Justice S.V. Bhatton Monday took on record the statement made by the Central Government and National High Way Authority that the suggestion to expand the Highway at Chilakaluripeta, Gunutr District WOn’t be taken up for the present. The Bench was coping with cases filed by farmers and residents of Chilakaluripeta endangering the lives of folks and complaining that the authorities are acting arbitrarily.
The case closed after recording the statement.