The Delhi State Commission’s Indian Communist Party (Marxist) has recently appealed to the Supreme Court condemning “illegal” dismantling actions taking place in various parts of Delhi. the petition claimed that the demolition was “illegal,” “inhumane,” “in the guise of an intrusion removal program,” and “completely violated the principles of natural justice, statute, and constitution.” At 22:45 on April 20, 2022, issues related to the dismantling work at Jahangirpuri in Delhi were discussed in the Supreme Court. Bench, headed by Chief Justice of India N.V. Ramana, has issued a status quo order for a special joint intrusion removal program at Jahangir Puri. Despite the Supreme Court’s order, authorities continued to dismantle, claiming that they would not suspend the “intrusion removal operation” until the court’s order was presented. At 12:25:12:30 pm, dismantling was cancelled due to the presentation of the order. April 21, 2022, L. The bank, led by Judge Nageshwararao, issued a notice in a petition to challenge the dismantling and continued the dismantling. On April 28, 2022, the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) issued a letter to the police station, that employees of the police needed to maintain the laws and orders of intrusion removal operations in various areas under the SDMC. Provided to. The revised letter was written by the SDMC asking police for demolition between April 30, 2022, and May 13, 2022. On May 4, 2022, relevant authorities levelled the buildings in the Sangam Bihar area. However, in the area of Karindi Kunj, the demolition did not proceed due to the lack of police. The petitioner suspects that authorities are currently planning to destroy buildings in Shaheenbagh and other areas from May 9, 2022, to May 13, 2022. The petition is that the current series of dismantling in South Delhi has been carried out for no apparent reason and is protected by the Principles of Natural Justice, the statutory provisions of the Delhi City Corporation Act of 1957 and the Constitution. He continues, claiming that it is a complete detriment. No legal eviction was given to building owners and residents. Most of them belong to a poor, marginalized community. Demolition is carried out indiscriminately, completely ignoring the rights protected by Articles 14, 19, and 21 of the Constitution. The petition claims that the demolition is politically motivated, absolutely patent-arbitrary, and contrary to due process. The
petition was signed by Attorney Subash Chandran. Submitted by lawyer Biju P. Raman.