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Prof K Nageshwar: High Court clears way for KCR (Video)

          ,   ||High Court clears way for KCR

The Telangana high court cleared the path for chief minister K. Chandrashekar Raos long-standing project to construct a new secretariat complex in Hyderabad by demolishing the old one, dismissing a bunch of public interest litigations (PILs) that said the move put an unnecessary burden on the exchequer.

A division bench comprising Chief Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan and Justice Abhishek Reddy, delivering the judgment, dismissed five PILs. According to the Indian Express, the high court did not find any irregularities in the cabinets decision to demolish the old secretariat building.

KCR had laid the foundation stone for the Rs 400 crore new complex on June 27 last year. Subsequently, offices from the administrative complex started shifting to other locations in the city. After initially staying the demolition of the existing building in July 2018, the high court in February this year directed the government to hold the demolition until it delivers a verdict on the PILs.

 

The petitioners had contended that the state was reeling under severe financial crisis with huge debts. At this juncture, it is not financially viable to construct a new secretariat nor will the move reflect the wisdom on the part of the government to involve in such high expenditure, the PILs said.

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Prof K Nageshwar: High Court clears way for KCR (Video)
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, ||High Court clears way for KCR The Telangana high court cleared the path for chief minister K. Chandrashekar Raos long-standing project to construct a new secretariat complex in Hyderabad by demolishing the old one, dismissing a bunch of public interest litigations (PILs) that said the move put an unnecessary burden on the exchequer. A division bench comprising Chief Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan and Justice Abhishek Reddy, delivering the judgment, dismissed five PILs. According to the Indian Express, the high court did not find any irregularities in the cabinets decision to demolish the old secretariat building. KCR had laid the foundation stone for the Rs 400 crore new complex on June 27 last year. Subsequently, offices from the administrative complex started shifting to other locations in the city. After initially staying the demolition of the existing building in July 2018, the high court in February this year directed the government to hold the demolition until it delivers a verdict on the PILs. The petitioners had contended that the state was reeling under severe financial crisis with huge debts. At this juncture, it is not financially viable to construct a new secretariat nor will the move reflect the wisdom on the part of the government to involve in such high expenditure, the PILs said.

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