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HC dismisses pvt claims over Samshabad land


HYDERABAD: Refusing to accord any aid to a couple persons who're claiming possession over 1351 acres of land in Bahadurguda village near Samshabad which used to be taken over via the state 4 years in the past, Justice Sanjay Kumar of the Telangana high courtroom dismissed their present belated plea.


The judge pronounced this order after listening to a petition filed via Mir Khader Ali Khan and 5 others who were difficult the order of a Samshabad Tahsildar who refused to accord them any recognition as house owners or possessors of the land. The Tahsildar order makes no mention of the contents of our representations given to him in 2014 and likewise in 2017, they stated. They claimed that the land is located in survey numbers 1 to 101. They are in search of a right kind inquiry basing on Sethuwar record and likewise issuance of pattadar passbooks to them as house owners of the land.


The Tahsildar handed the rejection order on June 24, 2014, the use of his powers under segment 5 of the Telangana rights in land and Pattadar Passbooks Act 1971. The judge stated that this order will also be challenged inside of 30 days via filing an enchantment under segment 5 (5) of the similar Act both before a superior revenue authority or before the courtroom. But they saved quiet for 4 years and filed a writ petition difficult the Tahsildar order in 2018.


It is not the case of the petitioners that they weren't acutely aware of the Tahsildar order. They didn't give an explanation for why they filed this plea after a protracted delay. It is due to this fact transparent that the writ petition is merely speculative. It constitutes a belated attempt for some extraneous causes. The delay they brought about in difficult the Tahsildar order is fatal and on this flooring, the petition shall stand dismissed, the judge stated.


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