In yet another swift development under Rajendranagar area, the Additional Metropolitan Magistrate Court at Upperpally would soon see its new and own building to function as the judiciary officials got a sprawling five acres of land at Premavathipet backside Gandhi Nagar near Outer Ring Road (ORR) Tool Plaza on Himayath Sagar road to construct a new court complex almost 8 kilometers away from the existing court building.
A total 5 acres of land in Survey No.381 under Premavathipet Village backside Gandhi Nagar near ORR Toll Plaza has been identified and handed over to the officials of Metropolitan Magistrate Court Upperppally. It is said that the new building will have facilities like residential block and the court complex together. As the present court complex is functional in a rented accommodation, the judicial body have decided to shift it into own building and to realise the same a government land near ORR toll Plaza has been identified and taken into possession on Thursday the 25th of March.
To check the feasibility of the proposal it is said that the Principal Judge Rangareddy District along with other officials have recently visited the spot where the new complex is proposed to be constructed. Later the proposal sent to the collector from where the same has been conveyed to MRO Rajendranagar for advance possession. On Thursday, the land transition took place between the Revenue and the Judiciary officials at MRO’s office where the letter of acceptance has been signed by both the officials.
“As per the instructions we have identified total 5 acres of land in Sy.No.381 under Premavathipet Village backside Gandhinagar area near ORR Toll Plaza. Yesterday a transition of land took place between the Revenue and the Judiciary officials here at MRO Office where we handed over the land possession to court officials,” informed Chandra Shakher, Mandal Revenue Officer Rajendranagar.
This is the second such development in a month wherein the judiciary officials and the revenue authorities come closer to a proposal about setting up a court complex in Rajendranagar area. Earlier this month, the team of judiciary officials made a visit to a vacant MPDO office next to Assistant Civil Supplies (ASO) office to check the feasibility of setting up a fast track court. Later, the officials gave their token of approval to the proposal and sent it to the higher authorities for the approval. It is said that the process of setting up of a fast track court has moved on while the new court complex proposal will follow suit.