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THE COURT ORDERS ARE LIMITED TO PETITIONERS AND NOT THE SECOND FINAL NOTIFICATION

 
 
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THE COURT ORDERS ARE LIMITED TO PETITIONERS AND NOT THE SECOND FINAL NOTIFICATION
by System Administrator - Saturday, 27 June 2015, 1:25 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bangalore : The BDA AEE /contractor is criminal tress passer in Govt de-notified S.No.101/2B.Usually court orders are limited only to the petitioners because usually relief is given to the persons who approached the court of law .Court orders in W.P. No. 16827-34/1994 of G B Layout and CIVIL APPEAL NO. 4097 OF 2010 in Bondu Ramaswamy & Ors vs Bangalore Development Authority ... on 5 May, 2010 are limited to the petitioners. Government issued GNANBHARATHI LAYOUT second Final notification No. UDD-629-MNX-97 dated on 6/10/1997 and Arkavathi Layout second final notificationgazetted on June 18, 2014 and they are not limited to petitioners of respective court orders . They are limited to only preliminary notifications .But the second final notifications though are issued on the liberty given in the court order they are definitely not limited to petitioners of the respective cases .Second final notifications are issued to the respective preliminary notifications. Preliminary notifications are notification of land and final notifications are de-notifications of land and what appears in final notifications is only notified land and rest is de-notified land. I have asked ALAO to provide me information and reasons under section 4(I) (d) RTI Act when BDA has no power to overrule BDA Act and new Land Acquisition Act and Government second Final notification No. UDD-629-MNX-97 dated on 6/10/1997 de-notifying certain lands appearing in Preliminary Acquisition notification No ALAO/A3/139/88-89 DATED 19-01-1989 published in Karnataka Gazette dated 19-1-1989 26-1-1989 and 2-2-1989 and firstfinal notification in respect of Ganana Bharathi Layout _ValagerahalliKengeri Hobli Bangalore South Taluka then how come Additional Land Acquisition Officer BDA transfer 101/2B to engineering department when it is not feature in and it is de-notified in second Final notification No. UDD-629-MNX-97 dated on 6/10/1997 and in similar way Government has de-notified several lands appearing in first final notification and preliminary notification of Arkavathi Layout by issuing second final notificationgazetted on June 18, 2014 making old final notification issued on 2004 its award and Mahzar etc became null and void and BDA cannot claim any rights over firstfinal notificationits award and Mahzar etc even in case of GB Layout . "The second final notification may be issued as per court orders under section 19 of the BDA act superseding the first final notification but second final notification are not limited to petitioners of respective court orders though court orders are usually limited to the petitioners in respect of Banashankari vth stage layout, J.P. NAGAR 8th stage layout, J.P. NAGAR 9th stage layout and GNANBHARATHI LAYOUT in 1997 and ARKAVATHI LAYOUT 2014”.