Guarantee safety of NHAI property: Punjab and Haryana Excessive Courtroom

Guarantee safety of NHAI property: Punjab and Haryana Excessive Courtroom

Tribune Information Service

Chandigarh, January 13

The Punjab and Haryana Excessive Courtroom has directed the state of Punjab to make sure that enough safety and security preparations are made when it comes to the ‘state help settlement’ to safeguard the Nationwide Highways Authority of India (NHAI) property.

The path by Justice Vinod S Bhardwaj was issued to make sure that “the trespassers don’t tackle the remaining toll plazas and to revive normalcy on the illegally seized toll plazas”. The state was additionally requested to file a response relating to the steps taken for removing of trespassers from the toll plazas/NHAI properties already been taken over by the protesters.

Instructions had been additionally issued for the submission of a standing report within the matter. For the aim, Justice Bhardwaj fastened February 16 because the deadline. The instructions got here after senior advocate Chetan Mittal on the NHAI’s behalf submitted that the protesters had illegally seized 13 of whole 34 toll plazas.

The petitioners apprehended that the protesters had been prone to take over the remaining toll plazas operated by the petitioner-NHAI as effectively and would take recourse to unlawful assortment of toll/person price from the commuters.

Justice Bhardwaj was listening to NHAI’s petition, claiming a every day lack of round Rs 1.33 crore.

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