Vijayawada: The Andhra Pradesh Excessive Courtroom has issued an intervening time explain for ‘situation quo’ for a period of two weeks on the Chittoor district administration’s circulation to space up the Collectorate for the fresh district Sri Balaji at TTD’s Sri Padmavathi Nilayam.
A single bellow bench of Justice Nimmagadda Venkateswarlu heard the petition on Tuesday. It used to be filed by BJP leader Bhanu Prakash, energetic the TTD executive officers’ explain issued on March 7 meting out Sri Padmavathi Nilayam for the Collectorate and moreover Chittoor Collector’s explain on March 14 meting out rooms for government departments.
Petitioner’s counsel Ashwani Kumar submitted to the court docket that the constructing government departments in Padmavathi Nilayam used to be in violation of Part 111 (4)(6) of AP Endowments Act and acknowledged the guest homes built with TTD funds wants to be worn for the consolation of devotees. They must quiet now not be worn for assorted beneficial properties.
He urged the court docket to terminate any effort at altering the Padmavathi Nilayam in methods as to flip it into the Collectorate.
AP government and TTD’s counsels Sudhakar Reddy and SS Prasad argued that Part 111 (4)(6) of AP Endowments Act used to be now not applicable to the case and acknowledged the TTD Belief Board had the magnificent to hire out its resources. TTD used to be getting one crore rupees as profits by leasing out its asset.
The court docket opined that the constructing built for the consolation of devotees must quiet now not be worn for assorted beneficial properties. The court docket directed the relate government and TTD executive officer to file counter affidavits and posted the following hearing to March 29.