Most Imortant/Supreme Court Case: Rc.No.860/RVM (SSA)/CW /C10/2011. Date: 16-05-2014 :: RVM (SSA), Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad - Judgment dt.03.10.2012 of the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in W.P.(Civil) No.63112e04 - Contempt Petition in Hon'ble Supreme Court - Orders dt.09.05.2014 of Hon'ble Supreme Court of India - Reg.
1. Judgement dated 03-10-2012 of the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in W.P. No.631/2004 received from the, Advocate on Record for the State of A.P. in the Supreme Court of India, A.P. Bhavan, New Delhi communicated through this office Memo.even no. Dt.6.11.2012.
2. Contempt Petition filed by J.K.Raju in Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in W.P. (Civil) No.631 of 2004.
3. This office Procs.Rc.No.860/RVM (SSA)/CW /C10/2011, Date: -03-2014.
4. Orders dt.09.05.2014 of Hon'ble Supreme Court in f Contempt Petition No. 532j2013 filed by J.K.Raju in Hon'ble
Supreme Court ofIndia in W.P.(Civil) No.631 of 2004.
The attention of all the Project Officers and the Executive Engineers of RVM (SSA) in the State is invited to the references 1st to 3rd cited. While communicating a copy of the reference 4th cited, all the Project Officers, Executive Engineers, RVM (SSA) in the state are requested to take immediate necessary action to provide Drinking Water, Toilet facility to the required schools as per RTE norms in convergence with other line departments with the approval of the District Collector & Chairman, RVM (SSA) and complete these works before re-opening day of the academic year 2014-15.
Further, they should ensure that no school in the district is left
without Drinking Water, Toilet facility at the beginning of the academic year 2014-15 and sustainable functionality of Drinking Water & Toilet
facility for school children may be ensured.They are requested to furnish report on exact position and progress of these facilities in schools to this office on or before 15.06.2014 along with action taken in order to file an affidavit in the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India since the case is posted on 7th July, 2014.
This should be treated as MOST IMPORTANT.