The Telangana High Court today declined to pass stay orders on the controversial master plan of the Kamareddy municipality.
It only asked the State government to file a counter in the issue.
The High Court also told the petitioners that nothing would happen in the issue of the master plan in the immediate future.
Stating that there was a lot of delay in the enforcement of the Hyderabad and the Warangal master plans, the court opined that the country would have developed a lot if everything happened on time.
The advocate-general told the HC that the State government was taking into consideration the objections raised by the affected people of Kamareddy.
Later, the HC adjourned the case till January 25.
Meanwhile, scores of farmers affected of Kamareddy affected by the master plan held a protest under the banner of Farmers' Joint Action Committee in front of the Kamareddy municipal office.
Leaders of various political parties including the Congress, TJS, YSRTP and BJP extended their support to the protest of the farmers. The leaders demanded that the district administration take into consideration the objections raised by the affected people on the master plan and modify the plan accordingly.
The local police made adequate security arrangements in order to avoid any untoward or violent incidents in the area.
The police also arrested several members of various farmers' organisations from different villages in advance. However, some farmers' unions' leaders reached the spot by escaping the eyes of the police and took part in the protest.
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