UP Bulldozer Action: SC denies plea seeking stay on bulldozer action Jamiat-Ulama-I-Hind

Publish Date: 13 Jul, 2022 |
 

Bulldozer Action in Uttar Pradesh often remains in the news. An application has been filed on Bulldozer Action on behalf of Jamiat-Ulema-e-Hind questioning the Bulldozer Action of the Government of Uttar Pradesh. The SC has refused to pass an interim order in this matter on July 13.

Officials on the court dismissal

Advocate Harish Salve, appearing for the state government, said that whether the court will order against the action taken under the rules and regulations of the Municipal Corporation? Will the news published in the newspaper be considered as Aadhaar? 

At the same time, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that there has been demolition at some places. But according to the rules. Legal proceedings had started before the violence. This topic should not be made sensational. In its affidavit, the UP government said that the Jamiat is trying to mislead the Supreme Court. Therefore, this petition should be dismissed as not maintainable.

Construction on illegal grounds

On the action taken after the violence in Prayagraj district after Friday prayers, the government said that the illegal constructions which were removed, have been removed by the development authority there. It is an autonomous organisation working on the development of the city, not under the government.

The government in its reply also referred to the house in Prayagraj of Javed Mohammed, father of JNU student leader Afreen's father, and said that the construction here was illegal as per the Prayagraj Development Authority rules. The house was definitely demolished after the riots, but the action on it had started long before the riots.

 

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