Telangana HC Restores Guttala Begumpet Land to Masjid Alamgiri

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The land measuring 90 acres and 18 guntas will now be restored to Masjid Alamgiri. — Photo courtesy: Siasat Daily

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HYDERABAD — Telangana High Court has restored the gazette notification pertaining to a parcel of prime land in Guttala Begumpet, Madhapur, as belonging to Masjid Alamgiri on Friday.

Telangana Waqf Board, who was pursuing the case challenging the interim suspension of the Waqf Board gazette notifications 6 regarding the land, achieved major success as the court granted its appeal.

The land measuring 90 acres and 18 guntas will now be restored to Masjid Alamgiri.

The notification which had been suspended by a single judge was restored by a division bench comprising Chief Justice Thottathil B. Radha Krishnan and Justice A. Rajasheker Reddy, reports Siasat Daily.

As reported by Deccan Chronicle, on a writ petition filed by the Addagutta Cooperative Housing Society represented by one B. Damodar, Justice M.S. Ramachandra Rao had on February 2 issued orders for the interim suspension of the Waqf Board gazette notifications 6 (File No. 21/LA (a)/RR/2015 dated February 8, 2018) and 25 (File No. 21/LA (a) /RR /2016 dated February 22, 2018) which had declared that the land in Survey Nos 1 to 9 of Guttala Begumpet, Serilingampally Mandal, to be attached to the Waqf Alamgiri mosque.

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