A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Shreeniwas Oka and Justice S Vishwajith Shetty passed the order while disposing of a PIL filed by environmentalist Suresh Heblikar and two others, in 2019.
“We are sure that the Chief Secretary will look into the seriousness of the situation in Shahapur taluk, wherein several farmers have committed suicide in a span of five years.”
Among the 5,435 issues flagged, 437 relate to potholes and road issues and 4,998 are related to footpath issues.
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However, Justice Bhat said that it is open for the JMFC to apply his judicial mind afresh on the complaint as observed in the order and take proper decision in accordance with law.
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The KAMS contended that it has around 3,655 private unaided schools as members with 55,000 teaching and nonteaching staff and about 15 lakh students.
The govt circular insists that the private unaided educational institutions obtain clearance from different authorities for the renewal of school recognition.
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Justice John Michael Cunha passed the order, while allowing the petition filed by social activist A Alam Pasha questioning the order passed by the magistrate court.
“Though, the petitioner was forewarned, he chose to argue this petition as a standalone petition wasting the time of the court to deal with such frivolous cases.
He also submitted that the work of dewatering of the lake before desilting and removal of superficial sediment up to a depth of 3 metres would be undertaken.
Orders state government to suitably compensate petitioner