Government To Dispose of Revision Petitions Filed Within a Period of Three Months From Date of Receipt of Order: Andhra Pradesh High Court

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1) Kondisetty Nageswara Rao @ Bujji

2) Sanka Rajendra Prasad…………………petitioners 

Vs. 

1) the state of Andhra Pradesh
2) The Additional Agent to Government
    
3) The Special Deputy Collector
    
4) The Agency Divisional Officer
    
5) The Tahsildar
    
6) Lavudya Mansingh………………. respondents


 
FACTS

In this case the Petitioners have lands in an extent of Ac. 7.67 ½ cents and an extent of Ac. 7.67 ½ cents in survey no. 82/C totalling an extent of Ac. 15.35 cents situated at Lakshmi Devi Peta village and Manda, east Godavari Village. The Respondent nos. 2 to 5 are trying to dispossess the Petitioners from the lands at the instance of the 6th Respondent who has nothing to do with the subject lands in view of the orders passed by the 2nd Respondent herein against the Petitioners preferred the Revision Petition before the 1st Respondent herein along with the stay Petition is pending as wholly as illegal and arbitrary. The Petitioners are aggrieved by the orders passed by the additional agent to the government. Therefore, the Petitioners filed the Writ Petitions seeking court’s direction in this matter and the same is pending. 

ARGUMENTS ADVANCED

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The learned counsel appearing for the Respondent submitted before the court that the Petitioners are aggrieved by the orders passed in CMA. No. 1 of 2020 and so the Petitioners filed a revision before the government on 15.04.2020 and the same is pending before them. 

The learned government pleader appearing for the Respondents submitted that the Petitioners were not disposed from the lands illegally and arbitrarily. The proper orders were passed by the authorities before taking any actions against the Petitioners. 

COURT’S DECISION 

The court directed the government to dispose of the Revision Petition dated 15.04.2021 filed by the Petitioners within a period of three months from the date of receipt of the copy of the order. The Respondents are directed to not dispossess the Petitioners from the lands to an extent of Ac. 7.67 ½ cents and an extent of Ac. 7.67 ½ cents in survey no. 82/C totalling an extent of Ac. 15.35 cents situated at Lakshmi Devi Peta village and Manda, east Godavari village. Any miscellaneous applications pending shall also stand closed and there are no orders as to costs. 

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