Thu. Sep 21st, 2023

Chandigarh- Just a day earlier than the extremely delicate listening to relating to the keep on demolitions in violence-hit Nuh in Haryana, a brand new bench has been constituted to listen to the case.

A bench of Justices Arun Palli and Jagmohan Bansal will likely be listening to the case on Friday.

The High Court on Monday restrained the Haryana authorities from the continuing demolition drive in Nuh district that witnessed communal violence final week, leaving six individuals useless.

A excessive courtroom bench, headed by Justice G.S. Sandhawalia, took suo moto cognisance of the matter and had requested the state to not perform any additional demolition train till additional orders.

“We are constrained to issue notice to state as it has come to our notice that Haryana is using force and is demolishing buildings on account of the fact that some riots have occurred in Gurugram and Nuh, ” it noticed.

“Apparently, with none demolition orders and notices, the regulation and order downside is getting used as a ruse to convey down buildings with out following the process established by regulation.

“The concern additionally arises whether or not the buildings belonging to a selected neighborhood are being introduced down beneath the guise of regulation and order downside and an train of ethnic cleaning is being performed by the state.

“We are of the considered opinion that the Constitution of India protects the citizens of this country and no demolitions as such can be done without following the procedure prescribed in law.”

Accordingly, the bench issued instructions to Haryana to furnish an affidavit as to what number of buildings have been demolished in final two weeks, each in Nuh and Gurugram and whether or not any discover was issued earlier than demolition.

“If any such demolition is to be carried out today, it should be stopped if the procedure is not followed as per law, ” stated the bench whereas itemizing the case for subsequent listening to on August 11.

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