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Vijay Sai Redd v. The Government of Tamil Nadu - Writ Petition No. 15305 of 2005 [2005] RD-TN 361 (3 May 2005)



IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRAS

Dated:03/05/2005

Coram

The Hon'ble Mr. Justice P. SATHASIVAM

Writ Petition No. 15305 of 2005

and

Writ Petition No.15306 of 2005

and

W.P.M.P.Nos. 16708 and 16710 of 2005

Vijay Sai Reddy .. Petitioner in W.P.No. 15305/2005 B. Masthan Rao .. Petitioner in W.P.No. 15306/2005 -Vs-

1. The Government of Tamil Nadu,

represented by its Secretary,

Housing and Urban Development Department,

Chennai-9.

2. Tamil Nadu Housing Board,

represented by its Managing Director,

Anna Salai, Chennai-35.

3. The Executive Engineer and

Administrative Officer, K.K.Nagar Division,

Tamil Nadu Housing Board, Chennai-83.

4. The Manager (Marketing and Services),

K.K. Nagar Division, Tamil Nadu

Housing Board, Chennai-83.

Respondents in both W.Ps.

Writ Petitions filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India to issue writs of Mandamus, calling for records of the respondents ending with the order of the third respondent in Letter No. KKNA.2/3810/95 dated 16-10-2003; and Letter no. KKNA.2/4067/95 dated 16-10-2003 respectively and quash the same and directing the respondents to execute the sale deed in favour of the respective petitioner by considering the representation of the respective petitioner dated 2 6-2-2005 with respect to Flat No. S-19 in Luz Scheme, Mylapore, Chennai-4 without demanding any further amount. For petitioner in both W.Ps:- Mr. T. Sasithar

For 1st Respondent:- Mr.R.Vijayakumar,

Govt., Advocate.

For respondents 2 to 4:- Mr. D. Veerasekaran.

:COMMON ORDER



On direction, Mr. D. Veerasekaran takes notice for respondents 2 to 4. Though the writ petitioners challenge the information of the Executive Engineer and Administrative Officer, K.K. Nagar Division, Tamil Nadu Housing Board, Chennai-83 dated 16-10-2003, it is not in dispute that they made representations to the Managing Director, Tamil Nadu Housing Board on 26-2-2005 highlighting their stand and also praying for revising their calculations as pointed out in the said representations. The petitioners have asserted that till date the 2nd respondent has not considered and passed orders. In such a circumstance, the second respondent, namely, Managing Director, Tamil Nadu Housing Board, Anna Salai, Chennai-35 is directed to consider the representations of the petitioners dated 26-2-2005 and pass orders in accordance with law within a period of six weeks from the date of receipt of a copy of this order. Writ Petitions are ordered accordingly. No costs. Connected W.P.M.Ps., are closed.

R.B.

Index:- No.

To:-

1. The Government of Tamil Nadu,

represented by its Secretary,

Housing and Urban Development Department,

Chennai-9.

2. Tamil Nadu Housing Board,

represented by its Managing Director,

Anna Salai, Chennai-35.

3. The Executive Engineer and

Administrative Officer, K.K.Nagar Division,

Tamil Nadu Housing Board, Chennai-83.

4. The Manager (Marketing and Services),

K.K. Nagar Division, Tamil Nadu

Housing Board, Chennai-83.




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