TAMIL NADU

Kodanadu estate management files two more writ petitions

Special Correspondent



Justice A. Kulasekaran adjourned the matters to June 19 for the State Government’s response



CHENNAI: The Kodanadu Tea Estate management has filed two more writ petitions challenging the provisions of the Tamil Nadu Panchayats Building Rules and to declare that no reliance could be placed on the May 31inspection of the premises.

Justice A. Kulasekaran, before whom another petition filed by the estate manager R. Ravichandran is already pending, adjourned the matters to June 19 for the State Government’s response.

Last week, Mr. Ravichandran filed a petition against a local panchayat notice seeking certain documents, including the building plan and ownership details, from the estate management.

On Wednesday, he filed two more petitions.

In the first petition, he wanted the court to declare that no reliance could be placed on the reported inspection carried out by the authorities on May 31.

Interim injunction

He prayed for an interim injunction restraining the respondents or anyone representing or claiming through them in any manner using the details of the alleged inspection or report claimed to have been made on May 31.

In the second petition, Mr. Ravichandran prayed for an order declaring the proviso to Rule 4(1)(d) of the Tamil Nadu Panchayats Building Rules 1997 as invalid and void.



Justice A. Kulasekaran adjourned the matters to June 19 for the State Government’s response





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