New Delhi, July 4: The Delhi High Court in its interim order on Wednesday banned felling of trees in the national capital till further orders.
The Court has not granted permission for the future also.
The Court said, “East Kidwai Nagar will be demolished if need be, as it seems to be haphazard and doesn’t consider density and impact on neighbouring hospitals too.”
Delhi High Court bans felling of trees in Delhi till further orders, no permissions to be granted in the future too. Court also said,"East Kidwai Nagar will be demolished if need be, as it seems to be haphazard & doesn't consider density and impact on neighbouring hospitals too."
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Last week, the Court had put on hold the housing project for government employees and a commercial hub.
government employees and a commercial hub.
The project requires cutting of around 17,000 trees to create space for building constructions.
Earler, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday stayed the felling of trees in Delhi till July 19.
The NGT had directed the National Buildings Construction Corporation (NBCC) and Central Public Works Department (CPWD) to maintain status quo. The two agencies were told not to cut trees for the redevelopment work of seven south Delhi colonies until further orders.
With ANI Inputs