PIL contests YSRC's land allocation.

One S Gouse Basha has taken the court to challenge the ruling partys allotment of 2 acres of land in Tirupati district . He claimed that the state government allocated the parcels in violation of laws .

Vijayawada: The state government, the president of YSRC, and other parties in the PIL filed a lawsuit on Friday demanding that the ruling party receives government property to build its office.One S Gouse Basha has taken the court to challenge the ruling party's allotment of 2 acres of land in Chandragiri, Tirupati district.He claimed that the state government allocated the parcels in violation of laws.Chief Justice Prashant Kumar Mishra and Justice DVSS Somayajulu, among the high court judges, interrogated counsel M Rahul about the petitioner's information.

The bench then inquired whether lands were not at allotted to political parties during the TDP regime.Rahul said the state government allotted lands to the state government as per a strategic decision under the TDP regime.In this case, no action was announced, and the allotment was made in violation of laws, according to Kasa Jagan Mohan Reddy, who accused the state government of challenging a land allotment to TDP during the TDP's reign in Atmakuru.Based on the arguments, the high court directed the registry to group the present petition with a petition opposing TDP land allotment.