Andhra Pradesh High Court stays SIT probe into Waltair Club land3 min read

                                                                                    By – Mimansha Singh

Andhra Pradesh High Court on Wednesday gave interim orders stopping the Special Investigation Team (SIT) examination concerning the Waltair Club land issue in Visakhapatnam and furthermore asked the SIT not to make any coercive move against the petitioner.

The SIT, comprised to investigate land bargains in Visakhapatnam, had prior given notification to Waltair Club president Phanindra Babu requesting that he show up before it in the Waltair Club land issue. In spite of the fact that the petitioner gave all the reports to the SIT, he was approached to show up before it again on Wednesday.

Phanindra Babu recorded a lunch movement appeal in the High Court looking for a stay on the SIT test into the issue. Showing up for the benefit of the petitioner, senior counsel DV Sitarama Murthy contended that the SIT was comprised in 2019 with a particular time span of a quarter of a year, and looked for a stay on the examination.

Additional Advocate General Ponnavolu Sudhakar Reddy looked for a few days time to notify the court if the SIT’s residency has proceeded by or not.

Justice S Jayasurya said the court for initial arrived at the resolution that the residency of the SIT has slipped by and would provide its requests on the supplication made by the petitioner. The Additional AG, be that as it may, looked for time till Monday to put under the watchful eye of the court all the information.

Sudhakar Reddy said to the court that he was showing up under the steady gaze of the court despite the fact that he was experiencing fever and needed the court not to give any interval orders. Sudhakar Reddy said the land has a place with the State government and the club took it on rent. On the off chance that the residency of the SIT had proceeded by, for what reason should the club agents show up before it? he addressed.

Justice Jayasurya gave an interterm stay on the SIT test into the Waltair Club land issue and posted the issue for additional hearing to Thursday.

The entire cycle of SIT undertaking an enquiry is unlawful, without ward, and without power and is subject to be prohibited by the Hon’ble High Court. They took in Additional Advocate General, Sri.P.Sudhakar Reddy, and showing up for SIT, contended that SIT was inside its term and has the ability to look at any question.

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