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K.Munusamy v. The State of Tamil Nadu - W.P.NO.8753 of 2003 [2003] RD-TN 270 (28 March 2003)



IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRAS



DATED: 28/03/2003

CORAM

THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE P.K.MISRA

W.P.NO.8753 of 2003

and W.P.Nos.8754 to 8760 OF 2003

K.Munusamy .. Petitioner in WP.8753/2003 Babyammal .. Petitioner in WP.8754/2003 Vedapparaj .. Petitioner in W.P.8755/2003 Rajammal .. Petitioner in W.P.8756/2003 Pattala Subramani .. Petitioner in W.P.8757/2003 K.M.Jeyaraman .. Petitioner in W.P.8758/2003 Sengalaniammal .. Petitioner in W.P.8759/2003 K.M.Jayaraman .. Petitioner in W.P.8760/2003 -Vs-

1.The State of Tamil Nadu

rep. by its Secretary to Government,

P.W.D. Department,

Fort St. George, Chennai-9.

2.The Collector,

Tiruvallur District,

Tiruvallur.

3.The Special Tahsildar,

Krishna Water Supply Project,

Tiruvallur, Tiruvallur District. .. Respondents in all W.Ps. Petition under Article 226 of the Constitution of India praying to issue a writ of mandamus directing the respondents to comply with the Award in L.A.O.P.Nos.11, 133, 130, 132, 9, 128, 131 and 129 of 20 02 dated 4.10.2002 made by the Taluk Legal Services Committee, Tiruvallur. For petitioners

in all W.Ps. : Mr.S.G.Jermiah

For respondents : Mrs.M.E.Rani Selvam

in all W.Ps. Government Advocate

:ORDER



Heard the learned counsel appearing for the parties.

2.This is an instance, how lip service is being paid to the matter relating to settlement of cases in Lok Adalat. With all fan fare, the Government is encouraging matters for disposal in the Lok Adalat, but after the matters are disposed of, the orders are not being complied with by the very same Government. It appears that many Land Acquisition cases were settled and there was a direction for payment of compensation within two months. However even though more than eight months have elapsed in the mean time the compensation has not been paid.

3. When the matter was listed, learned counsel appearing for the State has submitted that ten weeks further time may be granted to comply with the order passed in the land acquisition cases. I do not see any justification for such a request. It does not behoove the respondents to agree to make payment within a particular period and thereafter flout such order. Be that as it may, I direct the respondents to pay the amount within a period of four weeks from the date of communication of a copy of this order. The writ petitions are disposed of accordingly. No costs. Index: Yes

Internet: Yes

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To

1.The State of Tamil Nadu

rep. by its Secretary to Government,

P.W.D. Department,

Fort St. George, Chennai-9.

2.The Collector,

Tiruvallur District,

Tiruvallur.

3.The Special Tahsildar,

Krishna Water Supply Project,

Tiruvallur, Tiruvallur District.




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