V PRABHAKAR S/O LATE V RAGHUNAYAKULU Vs. STATE OF TELANGANA
HIGH COURT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
V Prabhakar S/O Late V Raghunayakulu
State of Telangana
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P. Naveen Rao, J. -
(1.)Heard learned counsel for petitioner and learned Government Pleader for Home.
(2.)Petitioner claims to be owner of house bearing Municipal No. 8-2-293/82/L/9B, Plot No. 9B, MLA's colony, Road No.12, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad having purchased the same from Smt E Vijayalakshmi and her husband Sri E Jitender Reddy. The petitioner alleges that 8th respondent herein is owner of Plot No. 23C and that he has requested the petitioner to alienate small portion of north western corner of Eastern Part of Plot No.9B and that he has declined the said request. Petitioner further alleges that on 1.12.2018 at about 10.00 a.m, 8th respondent along with his henchmen has demolished North Western Part of external compound wall to a length of about 21 feet and attempted to occupy the same so as to set right the dimensions of his plot. That petitioner resisted the same and lodged a complaint with 6th respondent-SHO, Banjara Hills police station and that police visited the spot and detained 8th respondent and others in police station. Petitioner further alleges that on 3.12.2018 and 4.12.2018 some strangers loitering in his compound and knocking his doors and he lodged another complaint on 4.12.2018. Alleging inaction in registering crime and taking up investigation the present writ petition is filed.
(3.)Based on written instructions furnished by Inspector of Police, learned Government Pleader would submit that on receipt of complaint dated 1.12.2018, General Diary was made and on preliminary enquiry it was clearly revealed that the dispute between petitioner and 8th respondent is purely civil in nature. As regards the complaint of the petitioner dated 4.12.2018, it is stated that since the dispute between petitioner and 8th respondent is purely civil in nature, no action was taken thereon. As such vide intimation letters dated 13.12.2018 petitioner was informed to seek redressal of his grievances before competent forum.
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