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Sanjay Van encroachment: Delhi HC asks police report to be given to Centre

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New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today has asked the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) and Delhi Police to serve the police investigation report of encroachment into Sanjay Van to the Centre.

A bench headed by the Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan was hearing the Suo Motu petition initiated by the court on the two videos clippings being circulated on social media in relation to the alleged encroachment.

Advocate Rahul Mehra, appearing for Delhi Police, submitted that 77 Mazars are there at the Sanjay Van.

Advocate Arjun Pant, appearing for DDA, submitted: “We have also found the same thing, 77 Mazars, and we have done an aerial survey and submitted the geo-coordinates of the encroachments.”

Justice Prateek Jalan said: “You people have seen the video. Is it fabricated or correct? We have not seen it.”

Pant said: “It has been given a communal twist, but the encroachment is there.”

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Chief Justice DN Patel said: “Take steps for restriction of any further construction. Some mechanism may be adopted.”

Arun Bharadwaj appearing for Union of India, said: “I would request the bench to kindly watch the video. Also, DDA drone camera recordings may be taken on record.

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Mehra submitted: “Status-quo must be maintained by then.”

The CJ asked: “Status quo? As to what?”

Mehra said: “Neither fresh construction nor destruction. We’ll take action within 48 hours as we get a request from DDA of any incident.”

CJ said: “You’ll ensure that the security is provided.”

The matter has been adjourned to August 31.

-India Legal Bureau

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