Hyderabad Sep 28 (PMI): The Self-styled individuals proclaiming to be the office bearers of Markazi Anjuman Matami Gurohaan, Hyderabad self-proclaimed Vice President Mr Mushtaq Hussain @ Chotu preferred Civil Revision Petition vide CRP No. 2105 of 2022 before the Hon’ble High Court of Hyderabad For the State of Telangana and sought stay of operation of the dismissal order of the Hon’ble III Addl. Chief Judge, City Civil Court, Hyderabad dated 29-11-2021 in IA No. 158 of 2021 in OP No. 10 of 2021.
Notably, Hon’ble III Addl. Chief Judge, City Civil Court, Hyderabad vide order dated 29-11-2021 in IA No. 158 of 2021 in OP No. 10 of 2021 held that, it cannot be readily accepted that Mr. Syed Haqayaq Ali Khan Abidi is elected as President and earlier body of which Mr. Najaf Ali Shoukat is president was dissolved. The Hon’ble court further went on to hold that first of all the petitioner (self-styled individuals claiming to be Markaz) must show that the earlier body was dissolved and a new body had been elected. That when the Respondents (Mr. Najaf Ali Shoukat & others) specifically opposing such election, basing on letter heads and election proceedings the Petitioner (self-Styled Individuals) cannot seek that the Respondents (Mr. Najaf Ali Shoukat & others) are no more as office bearers.
The Civil Revision Petition (CRP) was taken up for hearing on 28-09-2022 by the Hon’ble High Court. The learned Judge after hearing the counsel for the Petitioner refused to intervene and grant any order in favour of the self-proclaimed individuals and posted the matter to 04-11-2022 for notice to the respondents.
It is also pertinent to state herein that, the president of Markazi Anjuman Matami Grouhaan, (Regd. 2529/1996) Mr. Najaf Ali Shoukat lodged a complaint on 12-09-2022 to the Police authorities to warn/restrain the self-styled individuals from interfering in the administration, management and day to day affairs of Markazi Anjuman Matami Grouhaan, Hyderabad, T.S. registered No 2529 of 1996, after which the self-styled individuals approached the Hon’ble High Court by filing aforementioned CRP but for no avail. (pressmediaofindia).