Rajasthan High court

Rajasthan High Court Dismisses Petition Against Land Allotment For 450 MW Project

The Rajasthan high court in a recent judgement has dismissed a petition that sought to challenge land allotment by the Government over a solar project. The PIL threatened grave environmental issues if solar projects were to be commissioned in Western Rajasthan. In a landmark judgement, the Justice not only dismissed the petition but also penalised […]

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Rajasthan HC dismisses PIL against land allotment to solar companies

Rajasthan High Court has dismissed a PIL protesting land allotment to solar companies in Fatehgarh area and imposed a penalty of Rs 50,000 on the petitioners. A division bench comprising Justice Vinod Bharvani and Justice Sandeep Mehta issued an order on March 31 and dismissed the PIL and directed the petitioners to deposit the penalty […]

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Hindustan Salt’s 4000 MW Solar Park Plans Under High Court Scrutiny

Last month, we had reported on the ambitious move by ailing PSU Hindustan Salts Limited to use its land bank for a massive 4000 MW solar park. That plan, always an ambitious stretch considering the many issues with the firm as well as its non-existent expertise in the solar space, has just been questioned, and […]

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Rajasthan HC Cancels Land Allotment To Adani Project

Delivering its judgement in a case filed in 2020, the Rajasthan High Court has cancelled the land allotment adding up to 1452 bighas in Jaisalmer district that was provided to AREPRL, an Adani group firm set up for these projects. The court has also directed state agencies to conduct survey of the land parcels allotted […]

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1500 MW Adani Project in Rajasthan Under HC Lens on land Allotment Issues

Acting on a petition by farmers in an affected village, the Rajasthan High Court has ordered for status quo on project land, pending the responses from various state agencies and further views on the issue. The project in question is probably part of the MoU signed with Rajasthan Renewable Energy Corporation Limited (RRECL), the Government […]

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