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Supreme Court refuses to interfere into the issue of demolition in Shaheen Bagh

Lawstreet Journal 9 May 2022 10:27pm

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Supreme Court refuses to interfere into the issue of demolition in Shaheen Bagh. SC says none of the affected parties are before the Court and the petition has been filed by a political party. “Don’t make this Court a platform for all this” SC tells the petitioners.

Justice L Nageswara Rao: Why is CPIM filing a petition

Justice Gavai: what is the fundamental right violation under article 32

Sr Adv PV Surendranath: It is in public interest milord and not the party interest

Justice Rao: you will be advised better to approach high court. Do not make this such a platform and come on behalf of a political party

Surendranath: no notice or breathing time has been given

Justice Rao: if hawkers encroach then what we can do approach the HC

Surendranath: They are demolishing buildings

SC: We entertained Jahangirpuri since structures were brought down

Surendranath: here also structures were brought down. there is hawker union here.

Justice Rao: we dont know what is being demolished. hawkers factually are not in any building. we will not entertain this

SG: This is not factual

SC: Why cannot you carry such activity in accordance with law

SG: I just received this letter. please see what kind of misrepresentations are going to create a political hype. it is said removal of encroachment from public road is routine and notice is not needed

SG: This is a removal of scrapeholdings, like tables chairs outside on the road is removed by shop owners themselves. But from where are they getting  information that buildings are being brought down??

Justice Rao: Approach… Continue Reading...


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