Telangana HC stays single-judge order on Ramky Integrated Township, relief for HMDA

Dated on: Wednesday 22nd March 2023

The Telangana High Court heard an appeal filed by HMDA in relation to a dispute with Ramky Integrated Township Ltd and stayed the ruling of a single judge who asked Maheshwaram sub-registrar in Rangareddy district to allow registration of villas and apartments at its Discovery City. A bench of Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan and Justice N Tukaramji was considering HMDA's appeal, which claimed that the single judge order would be detrimental to its interests. Farmers were also dissatisfied with the works being built in their region without their agreement or compensation, and they petitioned the civil court to order Ramky to stop.

They also went to the High Court. The bench delayed the single judge's order and scheduled the case for March 23 to hear both HMDA and the farmers' appeals. Discovery City, founded by Ramky, is sprawled across more than 80 acres of land in survey numbers 227 and 230 of Srinagar village in Maheshwaram mandal.

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