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Delhi High Court reprobate the Municipal Corporation of Delhi and the Delhi police for non-complying with Supreme Court order whereby Chandni Chowk was declared as a non-vending zone, considering influx in that area.
Bench comprising of Justices G S Sistani and Chander Shekhar deprecate the authorities on a petition filed by Chandni Chowk Sarv Vyapar Mandal against encroachments in the area, Court observed that despite the order of the Supreme Court police would be held responsible for encroachments in the Chandni Chowk area, “we find that the orders are not being complied with”.
The bench also took into account some photographs of the area submitted by the petitioner, which showed that the place was full of encroachments. The court fixed the matter for October 26.