Digital Desk, New Delhi. The Delhi High Court on Monday reserved its verdict on the plea seeking to stop the construction of the Central Vista Avenue Redvelopment Project at Coronakal. The petition has demanded that due to such construction work in the Corona period, the risk of spreading corona among the laborers working there is much higher. In such a situation, construction work should be stopped now. However, the central government has stated the purpose of the petition to stop the construction work.
During the hearing, senior counsel Siddharth Luthra, representing
At the same time, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Government of India, said that the petitioners have been engaged for a long time in trying to stop the work of Central Vista in any case. The same method is being tried once again, citing the problems of the workers and workers present there. Their motives are not to stop the workers present there but to ban the Central Vista project in any case. Mehta said that the petitions of this method should not be ignored, because they have a different purpose.
Please tell that this matter has also been placed before the Supreme Court. But recently the Supreme Court refused to intervene in the Central Vista Project case in view of the fact that the matter is already in the Delhi High Court. Under the Central Vista project, the new Parliament building, apart from the residence of the Prime Minister and the Vice President, several government buildings are being built around Rajpath and India Gate. In the midst of this bad phase of the Kovid-19, opposition parties are also aggressors regarding the Central Vista project.