keep roads cattle-free, hc tells top cop, amc
The trial chamber of Mr. Shah and judge BN Karia is in the process of hearing a contempt petition filed by Siddharth Jha.
According to the petitioner, although the court ordered that cow feed should not be sold on the road, no action was taken by the authorities, including urban civic groups.
The order also mentioned that the body must ensure that cattle keepers do not let Livestock wander along the road.
The petitioner told the court that there has been no change in the situation since the last court order was issued.
At the last hearing, the court pulled the company and the city police away for not complying with the order.
AK Singh, the city\'s police chief, and Mukesh Kumar, the municipal commissioner, attended the court on Friday.
The judges also asked if they were worried about the lives of the citizens.
Don\'t you think you need to make way and there are no stray animals on the streets so citizens can get on the road safely ? \" The two men reportedly guaranteed priority solutions. The second-
The division judge also asked the municipal company to carry out a quality inspection of all re-laid roads and asked the municipal authorities to submit the road quality certificate to the court.
Mr. Shah and judge BN Karia are in the process of hearing a public interest lawsuit (PIL)
Moved by Mustak cadri, he claimed in the letter that after the first monsoon rains, the surface of most of the roads was stripped off.
Municipal Commissioner Mukesh Kumar told the court that samples of all 90 roads randomly identified were being collected and sent to the laboratory for testing.
The court was satisfied with the re-laying work and the manner in which it waited for reports from FSL, Gujarat Institute of Engineering and LD Institute of Engineering.
The matter will be heard on November 3.