The Kukatpally Sub-Registrar has been asked to explain how he registered a piece of land favouring Prime Properties and its allies, despite an interim order prohibiting such action. Justice MS Ramachandra Rao of Telangana High Court has asked the sub-registrar for his explanation on this issue. Earlier, Prime Properties firm will not alienate or create a third party interest over 74 acres of land near Hi-Tech City.
An interim order was passed by the single judge on this issue, prohibiting the registration of the land on behalf of any department, on the name of Prime Constructions or any of its allies. This was done when the judge dealt with contempt of court case filed by Aditya Constructions, which has entered into a development agreement with native farmers.
On behalf of the petitioner, Counsellor KS Murthy said that the registration of two sale deeds over the land and said that they may now resort to change the nature of the land and transfer it to third parties. Senior counsel Satish Parasaran assured the court that the land would not be transferred to third parties and that they will not change the nature of the land. The Kukatpally sub-registrar has been asked to submit his explanation by July 9th.