The High Court of Andhra Pradesh asks the government. do not use the active research laboratories of RARS Nandyal

The Andhra Pradesh High Court on Thursday instructed the state government and district administration not to use any research laboratory building/premises at the Nandyal Regional Agricultural Research Station, if any works were in progress. course, and authorized the use of other buildings for transit offices in the new district if no active search was in progress.

Hearing a contempt motion filed by Bojja Dasaratharami Reddy on behalf of Rayalaseema Saguneeti Sadhana Samithi on Thursday, Chief Justice Prashant Kumar Mishra restricted the use of active labs. The samithi called the judgment in his favor and appealed to the district collector not to go ahead with the establishment of transit offices in the premises of the RARS research laboratory.

“The Associate Director of Research at RARS Nandyal NC Venkateswarlu, in his letter written to the District Collector on March 4, had also stated categorically that there was a shortage of buildings for ongoing research work on campus at the bengal gram, red gram, mustard and other crops, and research work could not be stopped in some labs because it would cause them to lose ICAR funds,” Mr. Dasaratharami Reddy explained.

Registrar of Acharya NG Ranga Agricultural University, T. Giridhar Krishna, had also mentioned lack of building space and only allowed two – one of which was under construction and YSR Centenary Hall, pointed out the RSSS activist. “Government must see the demerits and loss of research work and flow of funds at Nandyal RARS and stop taking over the buildings,” Mr Desaratharami Reddy added.

The original RSSS PIL case against the takeover of RARS buildings and land (50 acres) for the establishment of a medical school was heard on Wednesday and also in this case the Chief Justice had issued a judgment similar and Thursday told petitioners that the same judgment also applies to this, said RSSS chief

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