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ஹைதராபாத் சட்ட விரோத ஆக்கிரமிப்பு கல்வாரி சர்ச் கூடம் இடிக்க உயர் நீதிமன்ற தீர்ப்பு

ஹிந்துஸ்தான் ஏரோநாட்டிகல்ஸ் ஊழியர் யூனியன் இடத்தை ஆக்கிரமித்து, எந்த அனுமதியும் வாங்காமல் சட்ட விரோத இந்தியாவின் மிகப் பெரும் சர்ச் என மதமாற்ற வியாபாரி பாதிரி.சதிஷ் குமார், சாமுவேல் ராஜசேகர ரெட்டியோடு நெருக்கமான நிலையில் இந்த அராஜகங்கள் செய்தார். ஆந்திர உயர்நீதிமன்றம் 2013ல் இடிக்க ஆணையிட்டதை, தற்காலிக தடை பெற்று மேலும் மேலும் சட்ட விரோத கட்டடங்கள் கட்டியதைக் கண்டித்து, சட்டத்தின் இறையாண்மை மதிக்காத இந்த பாதிரி சர்ச் இடிக்கலாம் என  ஆந்திர உயர்நீதிமன்ற தீர்ப்பு

HC Clears Decks For GHMC To Act On Calvary Temple

Hyderabad: Uncertainty looms large over Calvary Temple, an evangelical church, in Hafeezpet, with the Telangana High Court clearing the decks for the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation to take action against the alleged illegal structures following the due process of law. 


    Disposing of the writ appeal filed by the Calvary Temple on Tuesday last, the HC said the “GHMC shall be free to proceed ahead in accordance with law.” It, however, did not go into other issues regarding the title and possession of the property.

Speaking on the condition of anonymity, a senior civic official told this newspaper that the Calvary Temple management took undue advantage of the stay order and went ahead with massive construction when the matter was pending before the court. “The law is clear that the stay order does not allow further construction,” he pointed out.

 

On the Calvary Temple management trying to opt for regularisation of illegal structures, the official said the High Court had rejected its earlier attempts to compound its offence. Second, the area came under conservation zone as per the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority master plan, he added.

The Calvary Temple management which is known for its proximity to the family of a former chief minister in combined Andhra Pradesh was in the thick of controversy over the land where the structures were built. Hundreds of employees of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited had formed a cooperative housing society and purchased 65 acres several decades ago in Survey No. 77 of Hafeezpet which is covered under CS 14 of 1958.

The state government which also claimed ownership of the land lost its case in the Supreme Court and decided to recognise the private ownership. However, several illegal transactions and registration of the property took place subsequently, forcing the HAL cooperative society to approach the High Court. The society alleged that the Calvary Temple built structures on the land belonging to it.

The High Court single judge in WP 38265 of 2012 ordered a field inspection by civic officials who in turn submitted a report to the court stating that the structures had come up illegally. The HC observed that the Calvary Temple never applied for building permission in accordance with Section 428 of HMC Act, mandatory before taking up any construction. On further actions of the Calvary Temple management, the HC observed that the former “has taken things for granted” and “taken law into his hands.”

Further, the court observed that “obviously because of its (Calvary Temple) reach, it has assumed that none can deal with the default. This is totally unacceptable.” The unauthorised and unlawful constructions deserve to be pulled down and shall not be allowed to be put to use, it said.

https://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/200819/hindustan-aeronautical-limited-staff-society-says-church-illegal.html





Uncertainty over Calvary Temple buildings

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | N VAMSI SRINIVAS 

The Calvary Temple management had approached a division bench of the High Court, challenging a single judge’s order

Apr 25, 2022, The Calvary Temple management had approached a division bench of the High Court, challenging a single judge’s order directing the civic body to “remove and raze to the ground all illegal and unauthorised constructions,” built by it. The HC had initially stayed the demolition.

Disposing of the writ appeal filed by the Calvary Temple on Tuesday last, the HC said the “GHMC shall be free to proceed ahead in accordance with law. (Representational law/ DC)

Hyderabad: Uncertainty looms large over Calvary Temple, an evangelical church, in Hafeezpet, with the Telangana High Court clearing the decks for the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation to take action against the alleged illegal structures following the due process of law.

The Calvary Temple management had approached a division bench of the High Court, challenging a single judge’s order directing the civic body to “remove and raze to the ground all illegal and unauthorised constructions,” built by it. The HC had initially stayed the demolition.

Disposing of the writ appeal filed by the Calvary Temple on Tuesday last, the HC said the “GHMC shall be free to proceed ahead in accordance with law.” It, however, did not go into other issues regarding the title and possession of the property.

Speaking on the condition of anonymity, a senior civic official told this newspaper that the Calvary Temple management took undue advantage of the stay order and went ahead with massive construction when the matter was pending before the court. “The law is clear that the stay order does not allow further construction,” he pointed out. 

On the Calvary Temple management trying to opt for regularisation of illegal structures, the official said the High Court had rejected its earlier attempts to compound its offence. Second, the area came under conservation zone as per the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority master plan, he added.

The Calvary Temple management which is known for its proximity to the family of a former chief minister in combined Andhra Pradesh was in the thick of controversy over the land where the structures were built. Hundreds of employees of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited had formed a cooperative housing society and purchased 65 acres several decades ago in Survey No. 77 of Hafeezpet which is covered under CS 14 of 1958.

The state government which also claimed ownership of the land lost its case in the Supreme Court and decided to recognise the private ownership. However, several illegal transactions and registration of the property took place subsequently, forcing the HAL cooperative society to approach the High Court. The society alleged that the Calvary Temple built structures on the land belonging to it.

The High Court single judge in WP 38265 of 2012 ordered a field inspection by civic officials who in turn submitted a report to the court stating that the structures had come up illegally. The HC observed that the Calvary Temple never applied for building permission in accordance with Section 428 of HMC Act, mandatory before taking up any construction. On further actions of the Calvary Temple management, the HC observed that the former “has taken things for granted” and “taken law into his hands.”

Further, the court observed that “obviously because of its (Calvary Temple) reach, it has assumed that none can deal with the default. This is totally unacceptable.” The unauthorised and unlawful constructions deserve to be pulled down and shall not be allowed to be put to use, it said.

Hindustan Aeronautical Limited staff society says church illegal

DECCAN CHRONICLE.Aug 20, 2019

They alleged that the place of worship had come up illegally, and that the court had ruled in their favour.

According to a complaint from the Hindustan Aeronautics Employees Cooperative Housing Society, they purchased plots in Hafeezpet village in 1981-82 which was under the jurisdiction of GHMC, Chandanagar.

 According to a complaint from the Hindustan Aeronautics Employees Cooperative Housing Society, they purchased plots in Hafeezpet village in 1981-82 which was under the jurisdiction of GHMC, Chandanagar.

Hyderabad: Employees of Hindustan Aeronautical Limited, a public sector enterprise, approached the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation to demolish the Calvary Temple after they reportedly secured a court verdict.

They alleged that the place of worship had come up illegally, and that the court had ruled in their favour. They staged a protest in front of the GHMC office demanding that officials take action against the encroachers and pull down the place on Monday.

According to a complaint from the Hindustan Aeronautics Employees Cooperative Housing Society, they purchased plots in Hafeezpet village in 1981-82 which was under the jurisdiction of GHMC, Chandanagar.

Ms G. Uma Devi, one of the complainants, said, “In the same place Calvary Temple, Vedere Estates, Shravan Kumar and others constructed illegal arches, shops for commercial purposes.” The cooperative society demanded that these allegedly illegal structures be demolished.

The cooperative society members said that they had approached the High Court in the matter, which, they said, had directed the municipal corporation to take necessary steps to remove and raze the allegedly unauthorised constructions.

The cooperative society members said the High Court had ordered the GHMC officials to complete the demolition of the allegedly illegal structures within a fortnight.

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