Eatala’s wife files petition in High Court urging to restrain officials from entering Jamuna Hatcheries
Former Health Minister Eatala Rajender’s wife Jamuna on Tuesday filed a petition in the High Court urging to restrain police, revenue, and vigilance officials from entering into Jamuna Hatcheries. In the plea, she alleged that officials have started probe without serving notices to the Jamuna Hatcheries.
Medak Collector in his report said that company has encroached 66 acres of assigned lands at Achampet and Hakimpet villages in Masaipet mandal. On Monday, Rajender said that he will approach the High Court as the TRS government wants to take revenge against him.