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Order on re-verification of KMF audits stayed

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Director, Cooperative Audits, had accepted such a proposal

Bangalore: The Karnataka High Court on Friday stayed an order of the Director of Cooperative Audit, who had accepted a report proposing re-verification or re-examination of the audited reports of the Karnataka Cooperative Milk Producers' Federation Limited (KMF) between 2001 and 2008.

Justice S. Abdul Nazeer passed the interim order on a petition filed by H.D. Revanna, former chairman and present director of KMF, and nine former directors, questioning the order issued on January 20.

The petitioners had claimed that the report as well as the acceptance of the report was illegal and it violated the principles of natural justice as they were not given an opportunity to be heard.

Notice

The High Court on Friday ordered issue of notice to the State Government on a public interest litigation plea complaining that Mandya Institute of Medical Sciences lacked basic infrastructure and challenging the appointment of Dr. Pushpa Sarkar as the director in-charge of the institute.

A Division Bench comprising Chief Justice J.S. Khehar and Justice A.S. Bopanna passed the order while hearing a petition filed by T. Yashwantha and four others.

The petitioners claimed that Dr. Sarkar's appointment was illegal as she was not eligible for appointment to the post. They also alleged foul play in the process of appointment.

Displeasure

While hearing a petition by advocates from Tumkur complaining about lack of drinking water supply in their building on court premises, the Bench expressed displeasure about the act of the advocates, who had boycotted court proceedings for two days.

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