In these circumstances, Uttarakhand High Court division bench directed private respondent to maintain status quo and not to undertake further activities to establish the stone crusher plant till the consent to establish stone crusher plant is obtained from the State Pollution Control Board.
In response to the query by Uttarakhand High Court division bench that whether the said units can at all be run in a residential area, counsel for for the Uttarakhand Pollution Control Board , Roorkee stated that the units cannot be run in a residential area.
The petitioner in Uttarakhand High Court claimed that Private Respondents run their recycling plants in a residential area without obtaining requisite permission/consent of the State Pollution Control Board and other authorities leading to toxic pollution and grave hazard to the lives of the residents.
Uttarakhand High Court issued notice on a PIL raising a issue of highly dilapidated condition of the road in Haldwani directed all the respondent authorities, whomsoever responsible it is, including the Pey Jal Nigam to ensure that the repair work of the road in Haldwani is undertaking without any delay.
Delhi High Court division bench directed the State and Centre to file reports regarding the cause of the fire and the measure being taken to mitigate the fire along with measures for future preventions.
The Delhi High Court has dismissed the appeal preferred seeking Central Government to facilitate diplomatic interventions as well as negotiations with the family of the victim, on behalf of Nimisha Priya to save her life by paying blood money (diyah).