New Delhi, July 29
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday declined to entertain a plea looking for motion in opposition to “certain persons” for finishing up an alleged unlawful animal slaughter on Bakri Eid.
The plea had contended that the slaughter actions lead to air pollution of the Yamuna river as all of the waste is dumped into it.
A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan stated the difficulty of air pollution of the Yamuna was already being examined by the National Green Tribunal.
The bench additionally stated that normal orders as sought by the petitioner, a legislation pupil, can’t be issued. It added that she must have identified the “certain persons” who’re violating the legislation.
The bench gave liberty to the petitioner to make a illustration to authorities relating to her grievance.
The courtroom stated that as and when the petitioner makes a illustration, it needs to be determined by involved authorities “in accordance with law, rules, regulations and government policy applicable to such cases and as expeditiously as possible and practicable”.
The courtroom disposed of the petition as not pressed.
The petitioner determined to not press the plea and sought to make a illustration after the bench stated it is going to dismiss the petition with prices.
In her plea, the legislation pupil has claimed that she made a illustration to authorities final 12 months additionally previous to the Bakri Eid celebrations, however no motion was taken until date and that’s the reason she moved the moment petition. –PTI