The Madras high court has issued a notification to the Puducherry government on a PIL that tried to prevent the administration from assuming control over a real estate parcel – initially reserved for a workmanship display and an open reason lobby – to fabricate a MLA inn.
Issuing the notification, Chief Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice M Sundresh likewise coordinated government pleader of the regional organization to document its reaction by March 31, 2016.
In its appeal, Pondicherry Bharathiyar Palkalai Koodam Staff Association, Ariyankuppam, tried to limit the legislature from stripping it of a part of the area to construct a MLA office.
A sum of more than four hectares of area was dispensed for the improvement of Bharathiyar University. Development had been made for a Bharathiyar Manimandapam, classrooms and different offices for under graduate courses.
To their stun, the administration distinguished south western square of the empty area for a MLA lodging. It was assumed control by the Public Works Department and private contractual workers were locked in to level the ground. A different compound divider has additionally been raised for the MLA office.
The solicitor affiliation needed the takeover offer to be pronounced illicit and to guide the powers to restore the area to the general public for its unique use.