The infringement removal campaign continues
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The Delhi government’s Public Works Department launched an anti-infringement drive in central Delhi on Saturday amid tight police security. Bulldozers drove on two religious sites built on the footpath. Pedestrians got into trouble here. A Public Works Department official said a campaign is underway to remove the religious structures on the footpath. There are court rulings on this.
In an order dated September 29, 2009, the Supreme Court ruled that unauthorized religious constructions in public places such as roads and parks would be reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the respective state and union territory governments and appropriate action taken. urgently.
The Delhi High Court said in an order dated March 14, 2022 that the concerned government was obliged to remove all unauthorized structures on public lands.