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Andhra Pradesh High Court disposes of a PIL to shift the Grama Sachivalayam in Vijaywada

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The Andhra Pradesh High Court disposed the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed alleging that the action of the respondents in running Grama Sachivalayam in a building located at 7th Division Mogalrajpuram, Banduladiddi Centre, Vijayawada, Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh, which is constructed for the usage of Scheduled Caste Community people in the vicinity is against the guidelines issued for usage of such buildings dated 24.06.2003 as illegal, arbitrary and violation of principles of natural justice and also Article 14, 19, 21 and 300-A of the Constitution of India.

The PIL filed by one Yemmila Prasad consequently seeks direction to the respondents to shift the said Grama Sachivalayam to another place which is convenient to them and pass such order or orders as may deem fit and proper in the circumstances of case.

A counter-affidavit has been filed by commissioner, Vijayawada Municipal Corporation, wherein, it is stated that the Ward Secretariat, which was established temporarily in the subject building, has been shifted to another premises in the locality and presently, the ground floor and first floor of the subject building are made available for the usage of public in the vicinity.

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Counsel appearing for the petitioner does not dispute the above position.

Since the grievance raised by the petitioner stood redressed, the matter has become infructuous and no further adjudication is required in this public interest litigation , observed the Division Bench of Chief Justice Prashant Kumar Mishra and Justice M. Satyanarayana Murthy.

Accordingly, the  PIL is disposed of as infructuous.

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