KCR may appeal to Supreme Court

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The State Government is mulling the option of going to the Supreme Court against the verdict of the High Court which has stopped the registrations of the non-agriculture properties.

The state of Telangana has stopped the slot booking of the registrations of the non-agricultural properties from today.

Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao will today hold a high-level review meeting at Pragathi Bhavan here on Saturday to chalk out strategy for the non-agriculture lands and properties registration in view of the orders given by the High Court on the matter.

Along with the Chief Secretary, Somesh Kumar senior Revenue Department officials will participate in the review meeting. The copy of orders given by the High Court on the matter have not reached the state government as yet.

Todays meeting is scheduled to discuss at length on the orders given by the High Court and take a decision accordingly.

The CM KCR would discuss with the Revenue department officials, Law officers whether to file an appeal against the High Court Orders or prepare guidelines in accordance with the High Court directive and take a final decision accordingly.

There is every chance that the state Government might appeal to the Supreme Court against the verdict of the High Court on the said registrations.

The document writers and some senior staff are demanding that the registrations should be done in the old format only and not the Dharani system.