Contempt case against govt orders reserved by mhc

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRAS
(Special Original Jurisdiction)
Cont.Pet.No.1432 of 2019
in
W.P.No.29852 of 2017
Maharaja,
S/o P.Sellavel,
No.38, Pavadi Rettukara Street No.120
Bhavani Post and Taluk,
Erode District
….. Petitioner
vs –
S.Gangadharan,
The Assistant Divisional Engineer,
Highways Department,
Bhavani Taluk, Erode District
The petitioner Maharaja filed writ petition before the Hon’ble High Court seeking direction to direct the District Collector, Erode District and others to remove all the fencing pillar stones laid down by one A.Gurusamy representing Senguntha Mudhaliar Weaving Community, Mudhaliayar Street, Bhavani Taluk by encroaching the land and restore the land on its original nature and kept open for the usage of villagers and weavers.
on 31.01.2019, the Hon’ble court while disposing the writ petition directed that the Assistant Divisional Engineer, Highways,Bhavani Taluk, Erode District to inspect the subject property and take necessary steps in removing the fencing put up in the forms of “Barbed Wire” in the Pillar Stones after following due procedures enunciated under the Tamil Nadu Highways Act by issuing notice to the concerned persons/affected person and considering their representation.
Subsequently, the writ petitioner filed contempt petition. The contempt petition came up before the Hon’ble Mr. Justice R.Subbiah and Hon’ble Mr.Jutice R.Pongiappan on 04.03.2020. The Learned Additional Advocate General Thiru.A.Kumar had appeared and argued on behalf of the respondents stating that order passed in WP.No.29852 of 2017 has been duly complied with. After hearing the arguments, the Hon’ble Division Bench had reserved orders in the contempt petition.

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