Sorry for the earlier reply.
As i understand there has been an ongoing dispute on account of according Hampi a world heritage status and there has been demolition of buildings in hampi (hampi bazaar) in the year 2011 and thereafter.
I also come to understand that in the past eviction notices were issued a few hours
before the demolition, giving no time and opportunity for people to respond and react to the notices. Neither alternate housing nor clear guidelines for conducting business were issued prior to the eviction. The fallout of this demolition has been that many families, some with small children and some with aged people have been pushed on to the streets, do not have a place to live, and livelihoods have been affected and also that about over 320 families lost their residences and livelihoods .
I also understand from the court records that The Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka in W.P.No.29843/2009 (GM-PIL) had been assured by Karnataka government that it shall provide alternative land for rehabilitation of displaced persons and also in the said assurance to Hon'ble High court,compensation was fixed to Rs.1.30 lakhs as per Urban Ashray Guidelines for each rehabilitant.
I also understand from the Annual Report 2013-14 of Kannada and Culture, Information Department a total sum of Rs.1,40,40,000/-/- was released to approximately 108 Displaced persons and a sum of Rs.1,25,45,000/- was released to 193 displaced persons as compensation against displacement.
A Public interest Litigation can be filed in the supreme court on the following
1) challenging the constitutional mandate for the creation of the Hampi World Heritage Area Management Authority Act 2002 and examine its role and powers in retaliation to usurpation of local governance rights as per Karnataka Panchayat Raj Act, 1993).
2) Constitute a Commission of Enquiry into the sequence of events around the demolition in the year 2011 and thereafter and take action as appropriate particularly in the case of misuse or abuse of power by past and present government officials.
3) To hold the District Administration accountable for giving false information to public.
4) To provide proper rehabilitation to the families evicted in an appropriate place where their livelihood options not be adversely affected or put back in possession of the properties they were residing in/ using for their trade.
5) To compensate the families for the grave damage and loss caused to their lives, and property.
6) To withdraw all further threats to common people including the imminent threat of demolishing of properties in and around the area declared as heritage area.
7)Amend or repeal the Hampi World Heritage Area Management Authority
Act, 2002, so that local constitutional bodies may reclaim their full constitutional role in to planning, governance and decision.
8. To have clear guidelines demarcating clear role for all the stakeholders involved in management of the Heritage area and to ensure that all processes there in are participatory, inclusive, democratic and constitutional.
Hope this helps.
Again sorry for the earlier reply.