A hearing was held in the High Court on Monday on the Kamareddy Master Plan. As part of this, the Telangana government has told the court that the decision on the master plan has been put on hold. However, it was ordered not to take any action on the master plan without informing the court. The next hearing was adjourned to April 17.
It is known that the government should formulate and implement a master plan for the development of Kamareddy. Farmers strongly objected to taking private lands for the master plan, even if they were government lands. They protested that there was no one to give them their lands. The movement intensified when a farmer committed suicide in this sequence. With this, the Kamareddy Municipal Council has announced that it is withdrawing the master plan.
But no announcement came from the government. However, some farmers and private individuals have already filed petitions in the High Court against the master plan. The court took all these together for trial. The government has been ordered to give an explanation.
In this order, the government has put the master plan on hold, the court said on Monday. But the court ordered that no action should be taken on the master plan without bringing it to the attention of the court. The next hearing was adjourned to April 17.