New Delhi: There is no way that even a single brick can be put in place without the cooperation of city police and municipal officials. The Supreme Court Wednesday said while warning about illegal constructions that are being built in the capital city.
The Supreme Court ruled that examining a judge of these cases was necessary. It will create a judicial panel of two former judges who will review the committee’s decisions designed to investigate illegal constructions.
The building is rising in the streets, and no bricks can be put in place without local police and municipalities working in tandem.
Supreme Court: Single brick cannot be laid without police and authorities
“Try to build a brick and they will be at your spot. The person in charge of this area has introduced an enactment system. Every couple of months, they are changed based on the lucrative job,” the court of justices S K Kaul and M M Sundresh informally observed.
If an officer is removed, there is no acknowledgment of responsibility. Instead, they state that the alteration occurred in the period before the time of their previous officers. This arrangement within the company is working flawlessly.
“There should be a method to address it. Are there any suggestions on how to tackle it? We’ve been a trial court during this case. I’m not saying this court should clean our feet of this issue. There must be judicial scrutiny of these cases who could help in our case,” the bench stated.
The Supreme Court said that attempts to stop illegal constructions through referring the issue to the court or the Delhi High Court did not reach the desired conclusion. The problem was left to the discretion of this tribunal.
“What problems are these? We’re expected to look through the decisions of monitoring committees, be they administrative committees appointed by the court, and are comparable to the administrative committees.
Examining the facts of every case, we are of the opinion it isn’t the responsibility of the Supreme Court, more so in cases where the volume of applications is so numerous that it’s becoming difficult to schedule the time to consider each one of these cases,” the bench noted.
The Supreme Court ruled that two retired judges should be put together with the necessary power to handle any decisions taken by the monitor commission, which ought to be able to handle instances where the judging panel has the authority to control the procedure.
The committee would investigate the basis of allotment, determine if there has been a change in policy and what is acceptable in accordance with norms, what constitutes infractions, and would issue the necessary instructions,” it declared.
The Supreme Court also slammed the municipal corporation for encroachments. Claimed that shops were occupying the streets while people had to stroll.
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