Vijayawada: The Andhra Pradesh Top Court docket has issued an meantime order staying implementation of GO316 and its comparable notices coping with annulling the allocated residential and business plots to the farmers in assigned lands situated within the capital town Amaravati area.
A single-judge bench of Justice D Ramesh heard a petition filed by way of the affected farmers and directed the state executive on Wednesday to steer clear of taking any hasty determination as regards its plan to take again the plots allocated to the farmers. The courtroom served notices to leader secretary, AMRDA, particular deputy collector and others, and directed them to record counter-affidavits. It posted the case for the following listening to after 4 weeks.
The former TD executive took up land pooling for building of the capital town of Amaravati. It classified the farmers having assigned lands and introduced applications for them in lieu of taking their lands in land pooling. Those that bought such lands from the farmers a lot previous than the federal government’s announcement of land pooling, have been declared as class (4) within the GO 41.
Accordingly, every farmer used to be allocated 500 sq. ft of residential space and 50 sq. ft of business space.
On the other hand, those that were given allotment of each residential and business spaces, hailing from Nallapadu village of Thullur mandal in Guntur district, won show-cause notices as to why their allotments must to not be cancelled. Those individuals, then, moved the prime courtroom.
Petitioners’ counsels Adinarayana Rao and others argued that the state executive used to be no longer having any authority to serve notices to the farmers to cancel their allotment of residential and business plots for including their land into land pooling gadget.