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PWE engineer`s office seized on court order

The bailiff of the District Civil Court executed a seize warrant issued by the court in favour of one Mahesh Rambhau Dhole against the Executive Engineer of the local Public Works Department.



Yavatmal: The bailiff of the District
Civil Court executed a seize warrant issued by the court in favour of one Mahesh Rambhau Dhole against the Executive Engineer of the local Public Works Department.

The court bailiff Ganesh Butle, accompanied by the
petitioner Dhole, yesterday reached the office of the Executive Engineer of Special Land Acquisition department of the Public Works and executed the warrant. They have seized
the furniture including the office chairs and telephone of the
Executive Engineer.

However, the seized articles have been given back on
`Supratnama` after the District Collector Sanjay Deshmukh
assured them to release the compensation within two months.

The brief history of the high drama was that the PWD
had acquired 1.24 hectare of non-agricultural land of the
petitioner Mahesh Dhole for its ring road construction and
paid the compensation of Rs. 4 lakh per hectare. However,
Mahesh filed a civil suit before the Civil Judge Senior
Division on September 28, 2000 and demanded for enhanced
compensation.

He argued that his land comes under the
Municipal Council limit and the compensation given to him is
negligible.

The then Judge K N Gautam has passed an order on
February 26, 2009 in favour of Mahesh and directed the State
Government to pay a compensation at the rate of Rs 30 lakh per
hectare. However, the Govt officials paid no heed to the court
order and all the efforts of Mahesh went unheeded.

Finally he approached the court for getting his
compensation and the interest on it.

The court has thus passed the seize warrant against
the Executive Engineer of the Special land Acquisition. The
District Collector has intervened in the matter and promised
to arrange the payment in two months time which the petitioner
agreed and the bailiff gave back the furniture and other
articles on supratnama.

PTI

He argued that his land comes under the
Municipal Council limit and the compensation given to him is
negligible.

The then Judge K N Gautam has passed an order on
February 26, 2009 in favour of Mahesh and directed the State
Government to pay a compensation at the rate of Rs 30 lakh per
hectare. However, the Govt officials paid no heed to the court
order and all the efforts of Mahesh went unheeded.

Finally he approached the court for getting his
compensation and the interest on it.

The court has thus passed the seize warrant against
the Executive Engineer of the Special land Acquisition. The
District Collector has intervened in the matter and promised
to arrange the payment in two months time which the petitioner
agreed and the bailiff gave back the furniture and other
articles on supratnama.

PTI

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