The Uttarakhand High Court dismissed the PIL that sought revocation of green clearances granted to Rishi Ganga and Tapovan-Vishnugad hydel projects in Chamoli district, for abuse of the PIL jurisdiction, while imposing cost of Rs 10,000 on each petitioner.
The Single-Judge Bench of Justice Manoj Kumar Tewari, after hearing the submission from the respective parties on Friday, disposed of the plea with liberty to the woman to make an application for a grant of fresh license for a petty diesel retail outlet.
The petitioner is in no manner responsible for non-joining of Satye Singh Aswal at the transferred place, the Counsel for the petitioner submitted. According to him, the respondent-authority is not justified in passing the impugned order against the petitioner for a lapse committed by Satye Singh Aswal.
The Uttarakhand High Court has directed the competent authorities to consider the representation made by the petitioner and take appropriate decision by passing a speaking order, in accordance with law, within a period of four weeks, regarding claim of regular appointment on the post of Accounts Clerk.
Sandeep Kothari, Counsel for the Petitioner submitted that the first Contract, namely, Construction of Baffle Range was to be completed on or before 31.12.2020 and the said work was completed by the Petitioner well within the stipulated time.