HC declines to interfere with ‘Million March’

News pulse, Politics | admin | March 8, 2011 at 8:23 pm

The Andhra Pradesh High Court today declined to interfere with the proposed `Million March” organised by Telangana supporters here on March 10.

A division bench of Chief Justice Nisar Ahmed Kakroo and Justice Vilas Afzal Purkar was hearing a public interest petition filed by one Sambaraju Chakrapani. The petitioner maintained the proposed march in the state capital would paralyse the normal life.Political parties have been prohibited by the Supreme Court to undertake any activity which would bring peace and tranquillity to a standstill, he pointed out.In an affidavit, the Government informed the HC that the Hyderabad Police Commissioner had already rejected permission for conduct of the march.

The petitioner pleaded that the court must direct the Government to take adequate measures to prevent the agitation. The court, however, declined to issue any direction and expressed satisfaction over the security arrangements.

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