While considering the petition, Meghalaya High Court observed that since the scheme of the relevant provisions requires a previous notice and seven days’ time to be afforded to the assessee to respond thereto and it appears that such procedure may not have been followed in this case.
Meghalaya High Court observed that since it is for the State to take appropriate action against the builder and the matter pertains to apparently faulty construction or design, the Court does not deemed it proper to rush into the case immediately.
Meghalaya High Court division bench heard a PIL filed by one Synjuk Ki Waheh Shnong complaining of household waste and general garbage not being collected in the Jowai urban township area from February 4, 2022.
Allahabad High Court division bench heard a PIL filed by one Synjuk Ki Waheh Shnong complaining of household waste and general garbage not being collected in the Jowai urban township area from February 4, 2022.
In view of the substantial work already completed and notwithstanding the petitioner’s entreaties that the turning or corner points should be illuminated on an urgent basis the Meghalaya High Court granted the respondents four months from date to complete the illumination.
The Meghalaya High Court directed the state government to implement the plans mentioned in the affidavit filed by the Secretary in the Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Meghalaya, regarding facilities available for cancer patients in the state, especially at the Shillong Government Hospital.