“As the state government rejected that application, I am forced to file another petition,” said 23-year-old Devika Adv. Presented in the petition through Kunika Sadanand.
“After that incident, many central and state government officials met us and assured us that we will get a house under the economically weaker section quota. However, even after writing a letter to the then Prime Minister and Chief Minister, we did not get any relief’, said Devika.
Take it on Thursday. Sanjay Gangapurwala and Justice. During the preliminary hearing before Makarand Karnik’s bench, public prosecutor Jyoti Chavan informed that the government has paid a compensation of Rs 13 lakh 26 thousand to the Rotawan family. As per the government’s policy, compensation of Rs.10 lakh is given. After paying such compensation the petitioner cannot make any further claim as right. The state government has also rejected the application regarding the house’, Adv. R. Bubna said. However, as Devika’s counsel was not present, the bench adjourned the matter for further hearing on October 12.