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Supreme Court Issues Warning to Yogi Government: No Illegal Bulldozing

No Illegal Bulldozing, Supreme Court
No Illegal Bulldozing, Supreme Court

The Supreme Court said today, “Demolitions must be legal; they cannot be retaliatory(No Illegal Bulldozing),” in response to claims that Uttar Pradesh deployed bulldozers to target protesters of BJP comments against the Prophet Muhammad.
UP, Prayagraj, and Kanpur must respond to a Supreme Court notice on demolitions by Tuesday. “We anticipate lawful and equitable behaviour from the administration. Ensure safety to avoid surprises “They said.

petitioners’ appeal to stop “Judges couldn’t stop UP’s “Illegal Bulldozing.” We can say, Follow the law.”

Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind petitioned the Supreme Court to investigate “illegal” home demolitions.

Petitioners asked the court to direct the UP government to prevent illegal demolitions.

Supreme Court Issues Warning to Yogi Government : On illegal bulldozing

Bulldozers were videotaped demolishing the homes of demonstrators in Kanpur, Saharanpur, and Prayagraj, prompting to suspicions that the UP government was targeting a particular population in response to the Prophet comments. During rallies over BJP lawmaker Nupur Sharma’s remarks, two were killed and hundreds were jailed in Jharkhand. Another BJP politician was ousted for social media.

Petitioners alleged demolitions were notified and called them “shocking and horrible.”

“Required advance notice. It’s unconstitutional and alarming. Communities are the objective, according to lawyer CU Singh.

Before any destruction, a 15- to 40-day notice is necessary.

“UP’s complaints will be heard. In the meantime, ensure their safety. Everyone has the right to have their objections heard “Bopanna said.

The UP administration said it solely dismantled illegally-built homes. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said the demolitions were “community-neutral.”

“Demolitions are legalised. The media conflates demolitions with politics “Senior attorney Harish Salve represented UP.

Petitioners asked for temporary protection because they feared weekend demolitions. “Petitioners use newspapers. Government documents are important “Solicitor General Tushar Mehta remarked.

Mr. Mehta said the petitions were based on “misconceptions and politics” and if the house was built illegally, “they can’t say it shouldn’t be altered.”

Two days after retired judges and distinguished attorneys wrote to Chief Justice of India NV Ramana, the case was taken up by Justices Bopanna and Vikram Nath.

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