The Telangana High Court slammed the revenue officials calling it their fault in forcefully seizing actor Prabhas’ guest house located in Hyderabad. Prabhas owns 2083 sq.yds land in Raidurgam near Hi-tech city. After the guest house was seized by the revenue officials, Prabhas approached the High Court seeking justice. The court called the action unlawful and said that the process of law wasn’t obeyed by the revenue officials.
The High Court directed the state government to consider the application of regularisation filed by Prabhas within eight weeks as Prabhas bought the land as per the laws, though the disputes were on from the past few decades. The court even refused to restore the land to the actor as it falls in CS-7 litigation zone. The court suggested the government to introduce an amnesty scheme that can benefit genuine purchasers.
The court also reminded that this would earn thousands of crores income for the government as per CS-7 of 1958 act. Prabhas approached the court during January 2019 challenging the seizure of his guest house. High Court said that even after the rejection of regularisation plea, Prabhas can file a civil suit against the Telangana government in the coming future. The High Court said that the amnesty scheme would help the purchasers and the state.