Describing the resolution passed by the general body meeting of the association, against the Chief Justice as "hasty", the members contended that it was passed without having the knowldege of ground reality.
Observing that the resolution had created a divide between the Bench and the Bar, Committee chairman R V Ramamoorthy informed that they toured the village on Sunday in order to know the facts.
No fencing found The fact-finding Committee found that no fencing was put around anadena lands, adjacent to Patta lands belonging to the Chief Justice and his wife. Further, he said that the villagers informed the Committe that the Chief Justice P D Dinakaran and his wife did not encroach upon any piece of land. They also told the Committee that the Chief Justice owned only 49 acres of land in Kaveri Rajpuram village which he had purchased before 1996.
Also, the report of the District Collector was not based upon any spot inspection, Ramamoorthy maintained. DH News Service