A two-judge bench of the Telangana High Court reprimanded the GHMC for not demolishing a dilapidated building in Gandhinagar that was stated to be on the verge of collapse. The bench comprising Chief Justice Alok Aradhe and Justice N.V. Sharavan Kumar was hearing a taken-up writ based on a letter addressed to the Chief Justice, seeking a direction to the authorities to demolish the building, located behind the petitioner’s house. GHMC standing counsel said the corporation had written to the JNTU

to determine the structural stability of the building. 

The Chief Justice said the GHMC should not go into a deeper slumber and wait for the building to collapse. Standing counsel contended that the corporation was taking steps to vacate the building’s residents and 90 per cent  of them had vacated it. He sought time to file a status report and the court adjourned the hearing to October 6.

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