The Supreme Court Friday told the province government that harm of public places can not be allowed by political parties with advertisements and slogans.
A bench headed by justice Ranjan Gogoi asked the province government to tell among period of time concerning the steps taken relating to interference of harm of natural resources like hills, mountains, rocks and public places. “We won't enable the harm of public places and properties with advertising and slogans of political parties,” the bench, additionally comprising justices S A Nazeer and Sanjiv Khanna, determined at the point in time of the hearing.
The apex court had on January eleven issued notice to the Centre and also the province government on a plea seeking to restrain political parties from erection digital banners on edge across the state. The court was hearing a petition filed by a public trust ‘In Defence of setting and Animals’ and had asked why the plea shouldn't be unbroken open, enabling the Madras judicature to observe the developments within the case.
The plea had sought-after preventing encroachments via non secular symbols and political graffiti, advertisements by non-public parties on natural resources like mountains, hills, hillocks, avenue trees and on national and state highways.
The Madras judicature had on December nineteen last year issued an interim order restraining political parties from putting up digital banners on edge unless the authorities and native bodies came out with a transparent enterprise that the principles and varied orders gone along the court would be strictly enforced and no violation would come about.
The court whereas passing the orders had aforesaid such banners distracted the road users, particularly two-wheeler riders, and barricaded pedestrians. The judicature had expressed its annoyance over the unreasonable reasons given by authorities within the past 5 years for failing to implement court orders relating to unauthorised banners.
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