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The High Court dismissed on Tuesday a writ appeal filed by the Karunamayudu Church against the Rajiv Swagruha Township. A panel of Chief Justice Alok Arade and Justice J. Anil Kumar refused to differ with the view of a single judge who had earlier dismissed the writ petition. The appellant had filed a petition challenging the alleged action of the general manager, Rajiv Swagruha Sahabhavana Township, in dismantling its compound wall without notice. 

According to the petitioner the land constituted part of the



24 acres of government land and two plots of 100 square yards that were allotted to Samabasiva Rao and Sarojini who offered their plots for construction of a church. The single judge had said, “There is no illegality on the part of the official respondents in taking steps to stop the petitioner from encroaching on to their land at the beginning itself rather than allowing the petitioner to encroach upon their land and then take steps to evict them by following due process of law.”




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