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High Court uphelds TDP plea on ORR

Directs not to allot ORR work to HUDA

Hyderabad, March 26, 2007

In a writ petition filed by the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) floor leader N. Janardhana Reddy and others pleading the Court that the State Government had illegally altered the master plan of the ORR Project to benefit the relatives of the ruing party.

A division bench of the High Court comprising of Chief Justice GS Singhvi and Justice CV Nagarjuna Reddy directed the State Government not to allot any work relating to the Outer Ring Road to the Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA) secretary P. Venkata Rama Reddy.

The Court after hearing the arguments of the petitioners, passed the order to give any work to P. Venkata Rama Reddy. The bench remarked that there were severe allegations against the HUDA Secretary but this point, the court felt it need not go further as that would have serious repercussions on the main issue.

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