According to High Court norms, no one is permitted to build big RCC permanent structures.
Hyderabad: The Hyderabad High Court on this Tuesday issued the notices to AP government and numerous owners of guesthouses, counting Lingamaneni Estate where the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu is staying, in a case of intrusion of the Krishna River in Undavalli village of Guntur district.
A split bench embracing Acting Chief Justice Ramesh Ranganathan and Justice J. Uma Devi were dealing with a PIL filed by YSR Congress MLA from Mangalagiri, Alla Ramakrishna Reddy, questioning the indecision of the authorities in evicting the intrusions and eliminating the unauthorized erections from the river-bed.
The petitioner recapped the court that he had progressed a petition previously questioning the inaction of the experts despite his making the illustration, and the court had disposed of the case pointing that a fresh depiction is made.
He well-versed the court that till date there was no action from the specialists, he had made a new representation based on the court’s direction a year ago.
The petition told the court that the experts were afraid of expelling the encroachers and eliminating the structures as one of the 32 guest houses, Lingamaneni Estate, constructed on the river-bed, has been carved into the house of AP CM and fits one Lingamaneni Ramesh.
Denoting to the orders of the Supreme Court in the same case, Mr. Ramakrishna Reddy stated that there was a bar on assemblies on river-beds and river courses below the River Conservation Act.
However considering the averments in the petition, the bench dispensed notices to the principal secretary of the irrigation department, Krishna Delta Central Division River Conservator, collectors of Krishna and Guntur districts, tahasildar of Tadepalli Mandal and proprietors of 32 guesthouses.