To be anwered by the Plotters who include Judges of Supreme Court & High Court in Public Interest and to maintain the dignity and majesty of the courts and so also to establish the confidence of the general public in the courts
 Whether Acquisition of Lands is “ Public Purpose “ or “ Private Company “ ?
 Compulsory Acquisition, Compulsory Compensation . If so whether Compensation is paid by Government to Land Owners ?
 Whether Moneys to be paid by Govt. to Land Owners as Compensation, did Society pay money to Govt. ?
 Till date when the Lands are still not Converted from Agriculture to Residential Use, without a Govt. or Court [Legal] Order ; how is B.D.A. competent to approve Lay-out Plan ? Has BDA has approved Lay-out Plan till-date or not ? If not how Society claims BDA has approved Lay-out Plan ?
 On the date of
Conditional Resolution passed by BDA in 1992, Society was in possession of
139 Acres of lands. How did Society claimed it has been given with 156
Acres & BDA Resolution to that effect, as balance 17 acres came into
its possession only in 1994 that too by Order of High Court ? Even
otherwise has the Society has fulfilled the conditions of Resolution till
 In 1994 when Govt. gave Directions to Sub-Registrars of Bangalore not to Register the sites formed by this Society in the said Lands ; Society approached High Court . High Court concluded that once Lay-Out is approved by BDA & Society has executed Relinqushment Deed [relinquishing 50% of lands forming Roads & Civic amenity Sites] ; the Court quashed the Govt. Direction . Has the Society Executed Relinqushment Deed ?
 How did the Lay-Out grown from 156 Acres to 200 Acres ? By Land-grabbing or extorcion ? Has the BDA approved Lay-out Plan for the said 44 Acres ? Are these lands are Converted ? Are these lands form part of SLP of Society pending before Supreme Court ?
 When if lay-out is approved by BDA , then it was only BDA which was competent to open individual Khatas in allottees names ; how CMC Yelahanka opened the Khatas in allottees names & is this legal ?