Supreme Court to hold special hearing over Aarey Colony issue | Desh Ki Baat

07 Oct 2019 08:33 AM

Supreme Court to hold special hearing over Aarey Colony issue | Desh Ki Baat

Updated 07 Oct 2019 08:33 AM

The Supreme Court will hold a special hearing on Monday over the Maharashtra government's decision to fell over 2,000 trees in Mumbai's Aarey Colony to build a Metro Rail yard. The hearing will be held at 10 a.m. The apex court took the decision based on a letter written to Chief Justice of India on Sunday by a group of students with regard to "felling of trees in Aarey forest", registering it as a Public Interest Litigation.

"The present representation is made by a delegation of responsible students who are sorry to disturb you during the vacation but having no other option and in urgency we came to the guardian of constitution valeus expecting relief," the letter reads.
 

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