Raghavendra Rao: High Court notices to film director Raghavendra Rao
The High Court responded to a PIL filed against the director Raghavendra Rao for his own purposes. The petitioner alleged that the land allotted by the government for the construction of recording and re-recording theaters related to the development of the film industry was used by the director for his own purposes.
Once again notices have been issued to Raghavendra Rao and his relatives. Raghavendra Rao. Meanwhile, the court had previously issued notices on this petition, but as they were not on record as having been received by them, it issued notices again on Thursday.
Later, the court adjourned the hearing to January 18. Balakishan, a person from Medak, filed this Public Interest Litigation in 2012. It is stated that the use of 2 acres of land in survey no.403/1 for commercial purposes (RK Cineplex) is against the rules.
A two-judge bench comprising Chief Justice Alok Arathe and Justice NV Shravan Kumar took up the hearing on this petition.
The defendants Raghavendra Rao, his relatives Krishnamohan Rao, Chakraborty, Vijayalakshmi, Akhilandeshwari and Lalasa Devi were served notice, it was learned.