New Delhi: The Supreme Court of India is likely to pronounce its verdict on Tuesday on the Singur land allocation Issue.
A division bench comprising of justices Venkat Gopala Gowda and Arun Mishra of the Supreme Court is likely to give its verdict on Tuesday. The court had discussed on this matter quite a number of times in the recent past. The terms of discussion were focused on the State Government, Tata Motors and the other angles of the case. The court wanted to hear plea on this matter.
On Thursday, lawyer of Tata Motors, Abhishek Manyu, had raised questions on this matter in the SC. Rakesh Dwivbedi had raised questions on the State’s behalf.
Supreme Court also wants to know that why would the state government take over the land allotted to the Tata motors for their Tata plant. All will submit their explanations through writing as per the SC’s demands.
Earlier, a bench comprising justices V Gopala Gowda and Arun Mishra questioned the manner in which over 400 acres of land was allotted to Tata Motors without adhering to the section 4 and 5 of the Land Acquisition Act which mandate public notice for receiving objections.