The state on October 21 informed the High Court there was no deadline for citizens to dysfunction causes upload their non-agricultural property particulars on Dharani portal.
Advocate general BS Prasad told a bench of Chief Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan and Justice B Vijaysen Reddy that it is a continuous process and there was no urgency to rush.
The bench was hearing a PIL filed by Advocate Gopal Sharma questioning the state’s latest initiative aimed at streamlining the system.
His counsel Sriram Polali said the state was resorting to the exercise without enacting any law and it went against a nine-judge bench judgement of Supreme Court and runs contrary to the provisions of the Article 300-A of the Constitution.
“The state is seeking private details of persons like caste, Aadhaar number etc and all of them are uploaded on to a public domain,” he said, expressing doubts over the protection available to individuals in the new exercise. Appearing for the petitioner, counsel D Prakash Reddy said the state has not intimated the citizens about the scheme. “The details of caste, etc., cannot be asked,” he said, citing an SC judgment.
The bench sought to know from him as to what was wrong if the state insists on furnishing details like caste and Aadhaar to identify a person when, in any case, the same were given out to various officials right from kindergarten. Prakash Reddy said the state did not bring out any law to implement Dharani. Not even an executive instruction to support its action. The senior counsel also alleged the state had given 15-day time tadalafil sildenafil entfernen puxada alta na to the people to upload details of their properties.