The Delhi High Court on Friday rebuked South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) on the issue of concretization of trees in the capital, and said it is the worst kind of human rights abuse as it changes the whole environment of people. The court had sought response SDMC and Delhi Police on concretizing hundreds of trees.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday dismissed an appeal challenging the Single Judge’s order wherein the Court had refused to interfere with Delhi Development Authority’s decision pertaining to non-issuance of fresh demand letter seeking outstanding amount from a successful bidder of a plot in Delhi’s Rohini and ruled that extension of time to deposit outstanding amount is a policy matter of DDA and the Court will be extremely slow in interfering with such policy decisions.
The Delhi High Court today issued notice to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on a petition challenging Section 44(1) (c) (Offences triable by Special Courts) of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.
The Delhi High Court took note of the large-scale illegal and unauthorised constructions near Qutub Minar, a protected heritage monument in Mehrauli, and directed the South Delhi Municipal Corporation's Zonal Deputy Commissioner to fix responsibility of officers involved in it.
No city enjoys inexhaustible natural resources. Thus, it is this judicial activism spearheaded by the likes of Justice Waziri in recent times that shall play a significant role in shaping the near future seeking to replenish, care, nurture and augment the said limited resources.
The Delhi High Court has directed the North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) and the tree Officer to remove unauthorized construction and concrete around an old banyan tree in the Chandni Chowk area of Old Delhi.