Injunction can be granted as the appellant will not be dispossessed except in accordance with law or any other law.


Hon’ble Mr. Justice Madan Bhimarao Lokur

suit for injunction-According to the appellant, there was said to be an attempt to forcibly dispossess them by the respondents and that is what drove them to file a suit for injunction.-The Trial Court granted the injunction but on appeal the High Court set aside the order of the Trial Court. The High Court went to the extent of holding that the grant of land to the appellant under the U.P. Bhoodan Yagana Act, 1952 was not permissible or irregular. – Apex court held that We have been informed that steps have not been taken by the respondents under the U.P. Bhoodan Yagana Act, 1952 to cancel the

grant made to the appellant. In view of the above, it is clear that the possession of the

appellant is not in dispute. That being the position, the appellant will not be dispossessed from the allotted land under the U.P. Bhoodan Yagana Act, 1952 or the land allotted to them in exchange of land under the said Act, except in accordance with law or any other law.In view of the above, the order passed by the High Court is

set aside.