Allahabad high court observed that the Noida Authority had made a totally illegal and arbitrary demand from the petitioner. As the petitioner was dragged into unnecessary litigation by the Noida Authority, the Court directed for payment of Rs 50,000/- as cost to the petitioner within a week.
The Supreme Court directed Supertech builders to immediately release Rs 70 lakh to the Central Building Research Institute (CBRI), which was roped in as a consultant for the structural audit of the company’s 32-storeyed twin towers.
Allahabad High Court while hearing a petition filed by Harit Kisan Kalyan Samiti directed the parties to maintain status quo for 20 days in respect of farm houses situated in the area falling in the flood plain area of Yamuna Hindon river in Gautam Buddh Nagar, Noida and constructions there.
Allahabad High Court division bench while hearing a petition filed by Sushil Kumar granted no relief to the Chief Finance and Accounts Officer in the case of corruption and dismissed the petition on merits.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the Allahabad High Court order in the case of Supertech Emerald, directing demolition of two 40-storeyed buildings within three months for violation of several building norms along with fire safety norms and other building plans like the UP Apartments Act and the National Building Code 2005.