Rajesh Kshetry’s Winning Case: Amit Kumar Pan & Ors Vs Subrata Mukherjee & Ors for KMDA

The case of Amit Kumar Pan & Ors Vs Subrata Mukherjee & Ors for KMDA was litigated by Senior Advocate Mr. Rajesh Kshetry. He was handling the case on behalf of the petitioner Amit Kumar Pan & Ors.

What is the issue?

The issue was Amit Kumar Pan & Ors., owner of two premises, No. 3 and 4/1 Sarbamangala Lane, Kolkata, comprising 0.2376 acres of land. The proposal for requisition and acquisition by KMDA was received by the petitioner in the year 1976 for the purpose of maintaining supplies and services essential to the common man, i.e., to put up a marketplace to facilitate the availability of essential goods and to provide a marketplace for hawkers.

As requested and desired by the respondents, the property was handed over in the year 1976. In the year 1978, the respondents informed that they did not need the premises and directed the concerned departments to release the above premises. Even after receipt of necessary directives, the property was not released and continued to be under their possession.

Failing to get their property back, the petitioners approached Senior Advocate Mr Rajesh Kshetry to bail them out of this difficult situation and arrange to salvage their land.


In a landmark legal battle under the purview of Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority’s land acquisition and requisition law of India, Senior Advocate Mr Rajesh Kshetry exhibited unparalleled legal prowess and strategic brilliance. His meticulous and cogent arguments were presented before the Ld. The court not only underscored the intricacies of the law but also compellingly articulated the rights of the petitioners in the face of property acquisition. Through his adept legal manoeuvring, Mr Kshetry effectively navigated the nuances of the Amit Kumar Pan & Ors Vs Subrata Mukherjee & Ors case, thereby compelling the respondents to reconsider their stance and ultimately concede to returning the property to its rightful owners.

The significance of Mr. Kshetry’s legal victory cannot be overstated, as it not only secured the restitution of the property but also ensured that the petitioners received just and equitable compensation for their losses. His insightful interpretation of the relevant legal statutes, coupled with his keen understanding of precedents and case law, bolstered his argumentation and left an indelible impact on the proceedings.

Moreover, Mr. Kshetry’s unwavering commitment to upholding the rights of the harassed petitioners reflects his deep-seated dedication to the principles of justice and fairness. By tirelessly advocating on behalf of his clients, he not only provided them with much-needed relief but also restored their faith in the legal system.

This latest triumph further solidifies Mr. Kshetry’s reputation as a preeminent legal authority in matters pertaining to land acquisition and requisition law. His track record of success speaks volumes about his expertise and proficiency in navigating complex legal landscapes, earning him the admiration and respect of his peers and clients alike.

In conclusion, Senior Advocate Mr. Rajesh Kshetry‘s exceptional performance in securing justice for the petitioners in this case not only adds another feather to his illustrious cap but also serves as a shining example of his unwavering commitment to the pursuit of truth and equity within the realm of legal advocacy.

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