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Green Doon NGO Citizens Challenged the order of 26 September 2018 of the NGT

Lawstreet Journal 8 Apr 2022 11:57pm

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Judiciary Green Doon NGO Citizens Challenged the order of 26 September 2018 of the NGT

NGO Citizens for Green Doon had challenged the order of 26 September 2018 of the NGT.

The NGO has claimed that the damage caused to the ecology of the area due to this project will not be compensated. On the same matter, the NGT approved the project considering it as a matter of larger public interest.

(GREEN DOONS) - this court already sent the matter to NGT. Ngt should consider each line and give reasons with regard to compensatory afforestation, they are dense forest.

Bench- A committee was constituted.

Petitioner- This committee is neither expert nor possess any special qualification. Forest clearance granted on basis of misinformation given. I have given photographs of forestation area which is already deforested. I have specifically given point of mitigation.

Petitioner- NHAI already built underpasses for tigers. As a tribunal, they could have assess efficacy of the underpasses. NGT doesnot have jurisdiction with respect to wildlife clearance.

Petitioner- As a tribunal, they could have assess efficacy of the underpasses. NGT doesnot have jurisdiction with respect to wildlife clearance.

Bench – you can urge before committee.

Petitioner- ‘the height of mitigation has to be 7meters, which is one meters less.’ ‘the felling in UTK has started.’ We have raised issue of biodiversity impact. It does not discriminate between private project and public project.

The impact is not reduced.  It was never a part of presentation. They shown Delhi- Dehradun corridor.

J. Bose – mitigation factor is compensatory factor which can be generated after road construction, provided there is mechanism for it. For that, there is… Continue Reading...


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