Hyderabad, Aug 18 :
The Andhra Pradesh High Court on Tuesday withdrew the notices served on Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhar Reddy and Revenue Minister Dharmaana Prasada Rao. The notices issued asking them to appear before the court with regard to encroachment of Government assigned lands by YSR in Idupulapaya which is in Kadapa district. This decision to withdraw the notices was taken at the behest of Advocate General.
As reported earlier the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) case filed by senior Telugu Desam Party leader P Ashoka Gajapathi Raju against Chief Minister Rajasekhara Reddy will come for hearing on September 9. The postponement of the case is in accordance with the order issued by a division bench of Andhra Pradesh High Court comprising Justice D S R Varma and Justice R Kantha Rao.
The Andhra Pradesh High Court on Monday served notices on Y S Rajasekhara Reddy and Dharmana Prasada Rao asking them to present themselves before the court in a case with regard to encroachment of government assigned lands by YSR in Idupulapaya which is in Kadapa district.
TDP leader Ashok Gajapathi Raju filed this PIL two years ago with the High Court alleging that YSR has trespassed the provisions of Forest Act, Land Reforms Act, Land Encroachment Act, AP Assigned Lands Act among others. On this issue the High Court had earlier served notices on the State Government.