Illegal buildings,unauthorised constructions, illegal layouts and deviations – High Court questions the Govt


The Government Pleaded before the High Court to permit the regularisation scheme Only ONCE.  But, the highmarish questions posed by the divisional bench to the Government Advocate was logical and was unable to respond to it.

The queries:

1). If this scheme is permitted, it is like legalising the illegality?

2). Why do`not you make necessary amendments by permitting more than 5% deviation?

3). Who permitted these illegal constructions and how did they come up?

There were too many unanswered questions and there was only one request:

Please allow this scheme ONLY ONCE. But, the court did not relent and posted the hearing to 18-01-2016.

AKRAMA – SAKRAMA – STILL IN THE COURT


The Akrama Sakrama scheme has not reached its finality in the High Court and the Government has not been able to properly find solutions for the issues raised.

Many readers have sent queries regarding the status of the WP in the High Court and the processing of application had been STAYED.  Till date, it has not been vacated.

 

AKRAMA – SAKRAMA HEARING ADJOURNED TO 22-04-2015


THE REGULARISATION OF ILLEGAL AND UNAUTHORISED LAYOUTS AND BUILDINGS SCHEME UNDER THE NAME AND STYLE OF AKRAMA – SAKRAMA, WHICH WAS HEARD IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA ON 15-04-2015 HAD BEEN ADJOURNED AND POSTED FOR HEARING ON 22-04-2015.

NO HURRY FOR AKRAMA – WAIT TILL 15-04-2015


THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA HAS DIRECTED THE STATE GOVERNMENT NOT TO PROCESS THE APPLICATIONS RECEIVED UNDER THE AKRAMA-SAKRAMA SCHEME AND THE HEARING HAS BEEN POSTED TO 15-04-2015.

EVEN, IF THE HIGH COURT DOES NOT GRANT INTERIM STAY, THERE MAY BE AN APPEAL IN THE SUPREME COURT, HENCE, THERE IS NO NEED TO HURRY.

AKRAMA APPLICATION – WAIT


VIOLATORS AND DEVIATORS HAVE TO WAIT FOR COUPLE OF WEEKS, TILL THE PIL IS DISPOSED OFF BY THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA.

THERE IS HUGE DEMAND FOR AKARMA – SAKRAMA APPLICATIONS, BUT CANNOT BE PROCESSED TILL THE HIGH COURT DISPOSE OF THE WP AND THE PIL.