High court objects Kodali Nani’s plea
We already told you about Kodali Nani filing petition against the appointment of new DGP. However the high court found fault with the petition.
Hyderabad: We already told you about Kodali Nani filing petition against the appointment of new DGP. However the high court found fault with the petition.
The court opined that YSRC MLA K. Sri Venkateswara Rao, alias Kodali Nani, of Gudivada of Krishna district cannot interfere with the services matters of Mr J.V. Ramudu as the DGP of Andhra Pradesh.
A division bench comprising Chief Justice Kalyan Jyoti Sengupta and Justice P.V. Sanjay Kumar, dealing with the petition, asked Mr Rao’s counsel how a writ could be filed in a service matter.
The bench suggested that the MLA move the Central Administrative Tribunal that is meant to look after the service matters of All India Service officers.
“Your client is not an affected party. He is an MLA. How can he be aggrieved by the appointment,” Justice Sengupta asked. The bench said, “There is no valid ground to warrant interference of the court and it is nothing but a waste of time.”