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Saturday, September 22, 2012

Task force raids soon on colleges

The High Court on Friday permitted the state government’s task force to conduct inspection of all private unaided professional colleges across AP.

A division bench, comprising acting Chief Justice P.C. Ghose and Justice Vilas V. Afzulpurkar, was dealing with a batch of writ petitions challenging the GO constituting task force at regional and state levels to conduct inspection of the engineering and other professional colleges in the state.

The bench made it clear that the state government has to take prior permission from the court before initiating action against any of the college based on the inspection report.

The task force may inspect all the colleges without discrimination against colle-ges who have not submitted affidavits and submit report to the AFRC, the bench ruled. Earlier, the court had sought state’s response in conducting inspections through AFRC instead of the task force.

Additional-advocate-general K.G. Krishna Murthy, informed the court that the government has its own objections in allowing the AFRC to conduct ins-pections, which is why the task force had been constituted for the purpose and urged the court to permit the government to carry out the inspections.

Source : DC


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