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Expressing his displeasure over a government advocate's failure to file translated documents in a land acquisition case, Mr. Justice Reddy, who was on a Bench along with Justice K. Gnanaprakasam, said, "time and again, it is directed that while filing cases translated versions in English shall also be filed.
But there has been a breach every time. Concessions cannot be shown eternally. Now the time has come to put an end to this practice."
Mr. Justice Reddy then refused to hear the matter, and returned the second appeal petition of the Government, saying, " I cannot deal with a matter where documents in Tamil are filed without the translated matter. The Registry is directed not to entertain any cases if translated versions are not filed."
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