Nagpur. As soon as there was a change of government in the country, the new government completely banned the works and tenders approved by the then government. Where there is a continuous struggle on the political stage for this way of functioning of the current government, now the court battle is being fought. Because of this, North Nagpur MLA Nitin Raut filed a petition in the High Court. After hearing the petition, Justice Atul Chandurkar and Justice MV Chandwani directed the government that the projects for which the tender is not completed, while they are issued and the tenders are filled by the companies, then the permission of such tender tribunal Do not cancel without On behalf of the petitioner of the request Deepen Yagyasi advocated.
maintaining the status quo of projects
During the hearing, the report on the work order issued by the petitioners and information on another process related to all development works was presented to the court. After this, the court ordered the state government to maintain the status quo of the projects. After the hearing, the court also issued notices to 6 different departments of the state government, District Planning Board, Trust and directed them to file their reply. The petition has demanded that all these responsible departments be ordered independently. For grant of interim order, reference was made to petition number 9421/2022, in which orders were passed by the Aurangabad Bench on 9th November, 2022.
ban due to political hatred
Adv. After the financial reservations were made, not only tenders were announced, but also work orders were issued to the companies to perform the related works. But as soon as there was a change of government in the country, the new government completely banned all the things approved by the old government without any reason. Due to political malice, such a ban has been made. In this context, many times requests have been made to the government at home and many times outside the house, but this government has done nothing but assurance. Because of this, things related to the development of the collection area are stuck. Stopping these acts of public interest harms the public.