Status quo to be maintained till further orders, says Supreme Court on anti-encroachment drive in Jahangirpuri

The Supreme Court on Thursday expanded the status quo until additional orders on the issue of destruction of structures in brutality hit Jahangirpuri region of the public capital.

A seat of Justices L Nageswara Rao and BR Gavai gave notice to the Center and others on the request recorded by the Jamiat Ulama-I-Hind that asserted that structures of Muslim mobs charged are being wrecked.

“Business as usual to be kept up with till additional order…List following fourteen days and pleadings to be finished till then,” the court said.

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The zenith court said it would take a genuine perspective on the destruction on Wednesday, which was done even after its organization however the NDMC city hall leader was educated.

Tractors destroyed a few concrete and brief designs near a mosque in Jahangirpuri on Wednesday as a component of an enemy of infringement drive by the BJP-managed urban body, days after the northwest Delhi area was shaken by collective brutality.

The Supreme Court on Wednesday interceded two times to stop the drive after it took awareness of the request recorded by Jamiat Ulama-I-Hind against the destruction. PTI

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