Plea against unveiling

The petitioners have said that the Government’s decision is in violation of Karnataka Town and Country Planning Act as the State has not obtained permission from the competent authority. They have also said that the Government’s action is also a violation of Karnataka Parks and Playground Preservation Act which says that no statues will be permitted in the public places unless it is servants quarters or pump houses.

The petitioners have also pointed out that installing the statue now will be a violation of election code of conduct considering the bypolls. The petitioners have sought an interim stay on the unveiling of the statue. The matter is likely to come up during this week end.

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