Yogi’s ‘bulldozer action’ could cost them a lot of money, according to the Supreme Court, which issued ‘this’ order to the Yogi government.
New Delhi: Following the Prophet controversy, the Yogi government has demolished the homes of those involved in stone pelting. As a result, he has received a lot of criticism from the opposition. This case has now reached the courtroom.
On Thursday, the Supreme Court ordered the Uttar Pradesh government to file a detailed affidavit within three days in response to Jamiat Ulama-e-petition, Hind’s ensuring that no further demolitions are carried out without due process. Go.
The apex court bench led by Chief Justice NV Ramana orally stated that demolition cannot be used as a retaliatory measure, and asked the government to file its response.
The Jamiat Ulama filed the petition against the concerned officials who allegedly demolished in violation of the rule of law and municipal responsible for the lost homes in the context of the ongoing controversy over comments on the Prophet controversy and subsequent demolition drive.
The current situation is more concerning, according to the petition, because the Supreme Court had previously ordered a stay on demolitions in North West Delhi as a punitive measure in similar circumstances. “This is in violation of Supreme Court orders,” the petition stated.
Violence and slogan-shouting after prayers were reported in Prayagraj and Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh, on Friday (June 10), when people began protesting against former BJP spokespersons’ remarks about the Prophet.
On Sunday, a bulldozer arrived at the home of Mohammad Javed alias Javed Pump, the main perpetrator of the violence that erupted in the city on Sunday, symbolizing Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s action against anti-social elements. The Prayagraj Development Authority had issued a demolition notice for a house that was allegedly built without the required permission.