Allahabad High Court Stays Order Of Bulldozing Prem Yadav's House
Prayagraj, October 17 (TNA) The Allahabad High Court has stayed the demolition order of Tehsildar. After the massacre which left siix of a family dead, the Tehsildar had issued an order for the demolition of Prem Yadav's house on October 11.
The High Court has banned the demolition of the house built in 200 square yards of former District Panchayat member Prem Yadav who was murdered.
Allahabad High Court has given the order while hearing the petition of deceased family member Ram Bhawan Yadav. The High Court asked the petitioner to file an appeal with the DM within two weeks against the order of the Tehsildar. The DM of Deoria has been instructed to take an appropriate decision on the application within 3 months. The court has banned the demolition of the house until then.
Three applications were filed in the High Court on behalf of the petitioner on Friday. These applications were mentioned in the court of Justice Chandra Kumar Rai on Monday (16 October) and the court was requested to hear them today on the basis of urgency. After this the court heard only one petition and passed the order.
The remaining two petitions will be mentioned in another court having jurisdiction today. On behalf of the petitioner, his lawyers Arun Yadav and Baburam Yadav presented arguments in the court. Half a dozen murders took place on September 3 due to caste violence over a land dispute in Deoria.