MUDA violates court order; conducts survey on allotted land in Hinkal

FIR against Lohith Urs, Nalini Urs, H C Raju;  Police beef up security in the region

Mysuru, March 15:- Vijayanagar Police have filed a First Information Report (FIR) against Lohith Urs, Nalini Urs, H C Raju and others for violating the court order and damaging the property of Immaculate Heart Convent School in the city.

According to a complaint filed by Shivakumar M K, Administrative Officer of Immaculate Heart Convent School, on March 10 around 30-40 persons including former Zilla Panchayat (ZP) member Nalini Urs, Lohit Urs, H C Raju lay siege on the school premises at Hinkal Survey No 181 in violation of the court order.

Besides, the accused pelted stones and damaged the CCTV cameras installed at the school and carried away four cameras, DVR, Monitor, UPS and Battery. They also allegedly pulled down the fencing by damaging the tin sheets, iron rods and pipes that were erected.

“The accused persons allegedly attacked a school staff video recording the whole incident on his cell phone and threatened to kill him,” stated the complaint filed at Vijayanagar Police Station.

Based on the complaint, the Vijayanagar Police have filed FIR against all the above mentioned accused persons.

Police beef up security

In the wake of people violating the court order and interfering over the issue of legally acquired land and allegedly damaging the school property, scores of policemen were deployed on Thursday near Hinkal Survey No 181, Civic Amenity (CA) site No 28, 34, in 2nd Stage Vijayanagar here.

The Mysuru Urban Development Authority (MUDA) had allotted lands to Immaculate Heart Convent School and other educational institutions which enraged the local villagers who consequently opposed the move and alleged that MUDA had acquired Kalyani Pond of a temple and allotted the land to the educational institutions.

However, in the court of Principal Civil Judge and Judicial Magistrate First Class (JMFC) in a case between plaintiff Immaculate Heart Convent School and defendant Lohith Urs , the court has passed an ad-interim exparte order of temporary injunction restricting Lohith Urs by himself, his agents, henchmen or anybody acting on his behalf claiming under them from interfering with the peaceful possession and enjoyment of the application schedule properly till the disposal of the suit in the interest of the justice and equity.

The court has also granted for detaining of the defendant Lohith Urs in the civil prison for disobedience or breach of the order.

The plaintiff had also sought the assistance of the jurisdictional police to enforce the ad-interim temporary injunction passed on January 8, 2018 and had contended that the defendant and his followers have  the support of powerful persons with political background and virtually having men and money and were wilfully neglecting the orders of the honourable court.

Based on which the court had granted the plaintiff to enforce the order with the help of the police and the court directed the PSI jurisdictional police station to provide adequate assistance to the plaintiff to enforce the order.

MUDA violates court order ?

Meanwhile, Mysuru Urban Development Authority (MUDA) officials including Special Land Acquisition Officer Chandramma visited the allotted CA sites near Hinkal Pond on Thursday and conducted a survey.

Though the court has restricted anyone from interfering with the peaceful possession and enjoyment of the application schedule property till the disposal of the suit, MUDA officials in violation of the court order conducted a survey on the site allotted by them.

It is alleged that due to political pressure and with the instructions from powerful persons in the city, MUDA which had allotted the CA site to the private institution have now violated the court order.

MUDA officials who issued the ‘Khata’ and demarcated the boundary before allotting the CA site has now conducted a survey again.

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