Petition on Central Vista Project dismissed: Delhi High Court imposes fine of 1 lakh on petitioner; SC hearing today on the issue of vaccine, oxygen and 12th board exam


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The Central Government in its reply had demanded imposition of fine on the petitioner.

The petition to stay the Central Vista project has been rejected by the Delhi High Court. The court has also imposed a fine of Rs 1 lakh on the petitioner. Earlier, the Central Government had filed its reply in the Delhi High Court. In this, the Center had sought to dismiss the petition and imposed damages on the petitioner.

The Center had said that public interest has been made an excuse to stop the work of the project. The petition is a gross misuse of the legal process. This is another attempt to hang this project. In the affidavit, the Center had stated that DDMA (Delhi Disaster Management Authority) had issued an order on 19 April 2021. Accordingly, during curfew period construction work can be continued in those places where the laborers are staying at the same site. Since April 19, 400 laborers were working here. At present 250 laborers are working. They are staying there.


These three issues will also be heard
Along with this, three cases related to Corona are to be heard in the court today. The petition seeking cancellation of the 12th Board (CBSE and ICSE) examination will be heard in the Supreme Court, while the issue of oxygen supply in the midst of the corona epidemic is also to be heard in the Supreme Court today. Apart from this, the matter related to vaccine supply is also to be heard today.

Court took cognizance on the oxygen crisis
The oxygen crisis was caused by the second wave of Corona virus in the country. Many people lost their lives. Subsequently, the Supreme Court took cognizance of this. A hearing on this is scheduled to begin on 31 May. A bench of Justice Chandrachud, Justice L Nageswara Rao and Justice SR Bhatt will hear the case. Justice Chandrachud, who was in the bench of 3 judges hearing the case, became Corona positive. Therefore, the hearing was not held on time last time, but they have now recovered from Corona.

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