The Telangana High Court on Tuesday refused at hand over the guesthouse of popular actor Prabhas back to him, however, supplied him some remedy by means of asking the kingdom authorities to rethink his plea to regularise the kind of 2,000-square backyard land at Raidurgam in Hyderabad.
A division bench comprising Justice V Ramasubramanian and Justice P Keshava Rao, which changed into listening to the case stated that the action of sales government become ‘unlawful’ and directed the national authorities to don’t forget his application within 8 weeks.
In December, officials had seized the visitor house of the ‘Baahubali’ actor and other non-public properties located at Raidurgam on the outskirts of Hyderabad. The revenue officials referred to the latest order by means of the Supreme Court maintaining a parcel of eighty-four acres of land as authorities belongings, which blanketed the land on which the actor’s belongings changed into situated as well.
Prabhas had filed a petition challenging the motion through the revenue government without serving him a observe. He said he purchased the land in 2005 and paid the price for its regularisation.
Following this, the bench had also pulled up the kingdom authorities for now not informing Prabhas earlier that the regularisation utility was rejected.
The land changed into reportedly part of the property once owned with the aid of the Paigah own family, cases for which had been being heard by using a separate division bench.
The Paigah own families were aristocrats and noblemen all through the reign of the Asaf Jahi dynasty in Hyderabad under the Nizam rule. Considered 2nd most effective to the Nizam circle of relatives, the Paigahs had held pinnacle positions inside the feudal shape and additionally owned huge tracts of land really worth numerous thousand crores in the modern-day market.
While the country authorities and heirs of the circle of relatives are locked in criminal warfare over the ownership of the land on one aspect, several instances have also been filed inside the courts over non-public individuals encroaching the land and regularising it with the aid of paying a sum to the state authorities.