Chardham Project: Supreme Court Search Center, NGO S Suggestions on Additional Safeguards and Security Measures to Pass


Agency, New Delhi.

Published by: Yogesh sahu
Updated Thursday, November 11, 2021 03:24 AM IS

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The court is hearing the Center’s request to amend the order of September 8, 2020, which had requested the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways to follow the rule to build a 5.5-meter corridor on the road connected to the project. This highway is connected to the border with China.

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The Supreme Court has requested suggestions from the Center and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) on additional security measures to be implemented in the agencies involved in the approval of the ambitious Chardham project. Rather than saying ‘additional safeguards must be put in place’, we would like to incorporate this into our order, which is to be implemented by the agencies involved in the project, the higher court said Wednesday.

The central government argued before a court of judges DY Chandrachud, Surya Kant and Vikram Nath that it has conducted several studies, including a geographic study of the area, and has taken various measures to reduce the incidence of landslides. Despite this, we do not care if the court wants to introduce additional safeguards. About the 900 km long 12 thousand crore project connecting the holy Char Dhams-Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath in Uttarakhand, the bank clearly said, we have not made any assumptions about it, but to get a proper response from all . the parties on this topic. To ask some questions. We are ready for an open debate.

The court is hearing the Center’s request to amend the order of September 8, 2020, which had requested the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways to follow the rule to build a 5.5-meter corridor on the road connected to the project. This highway is connected to the border with China. The court sought suggestions from Attorney General KK Venugopal, who appeared for the Center, and Colin Gonsalves, an attorney for Citizens for Green Doon, on what kinds of additional safety measures the court can implement if it approves the wide roads project.

We may also impose some restrictions.
The court told the attorney general that we can also impose some restrictions on a limited basis. You will also need to specify what additional security measures can be imposed on agencies such as the Border Highways Organization and the Department of Public Works. These bodies must guarantee compliance with these measures on which concerns were raised in the report of the High Powers Committee.

Also indicate measures to protect the Himalayan region.
The bank said the central government will also have to suggest alternative security measures or standards in the Himalayan region of Uttarakhand, which are prone to landslides. Gonsalves said the Center’s steps to address the concerns have failed. Now is the time that, to save the environment from further damage and to protect people’s lives and property, we must save the mountains by immediately ending the project. On this, the bench also asked him to say what kind of restrictions we can impose considering the defense needs of the country.

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The Supreme Court has requested suggestions from the Center and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) on additional security measures to be implemented in the agencies involved in the approval of the ambitious Chardham project. Rather than saying ‘additional safeguards must be put in place’, we would like to incorporate this into our order, which is to be implemented by the agencies involved in the project, the higher court said Wednesday.

The central government argued before a court of judges DY Chandrachud, Surya Kant and Vikram Nath that it has conducted several studies, including a geographic study of the area, and has taken various measures to reduce the incidence of landslides. Despite this, we do not care if the court wants to introduce additional safeguards. About the 900 km long 12 thousand crore project connecting the holy Char Dhams-Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath in Uttarakhand, the bank clearly said, we have not made any assumptions about it, but to get a proper response from all . the parties on this topic. To ask some questions. We are ready for an open debate.

The court is hearing the Center’s request to amend the order of September 8, 2020, which had requested the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways to follow the rule to build a 5.5-meter corridor on the road connected to the project. This highway is connected to the border with China. The court sought suggestions from Attorney General KK Venugopal, who appeared for the Center, and Colin Gonsalves, an attorney for Citizens for Green Doon, on what kinds of additional safety measures the court can implement if it approves the wide roads project.

We may also impose some restrictions.

The court told the attorney general that we can also impose some restrictions on a limited basis. You will also need to specify what additional security measures can be imposed on agencies such as the Border Highways Organization and the Department of Public Works. These bodies must guarantee compliance with these measures on which concerns were raised in the report of the High Powers Committee.

Also indicate measures to protect the Himalayan region.

The bank said the central government will also have to suggest alternative security measures or standards in the Himalayan region of Uttarakhand, which are prone to landslides. Gonsalves said the Center’s steps to address the concerns have failed. Now is the time that, to save the environment from further damage and to protect people’s lives and property, we must save the mountains by immediately ending the project. On this, the bench also asked him to say what kind of restrictions we can impose considering the defense needs of the country.


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