The court has said that the government should issue special guidelines regarding mass gathering. In the month of March, the court has said this while giving an example of the spread of disease due to the presence of people in Tabligi Markaz.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court has expressed concern over the protection of farmers from the corona, engaged in agitation against agricultural laws. The court has said that the government should issue special guidelines regarding mass gathering. In the month of March, the court has said this while giving an example of the spread of disease due to the presence of people in Tabligi Markaz.
Petition regarding tabligi Markaj
A Bench of Chief Justices SA Bobde, AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramaniam was hearing a case that demanded a large-scale gathering of people in Tabligi Markaz. In this petition it has been said that the role of Delhi Government, Central Government and Delhi Police officers should be investigated. It should also be seen that in a busy area like Nizamuddin, it was wrong of the officials who built such a huge building against the rules. At the same time, the role of other people including Maulana Saad, who is negligent, should also be investigated.
The Supreme Court had not yet issued a formal notice on this petition filed long ago. Today, the court issued notice in the case and asked the government to give details on the incident. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Central Government, said, “No, it is not so.”
The gathering of people on a large scale is the same situation as in Markaz – Chief Justice
One should try to find a solution to the problem. In this way mass mobilization will lead to the same situation Can give, as happened in Tabligi Markaz. The central government should issue special guidelines issued on the issue of people gathering. “
During this time, the counsel for the petitioner expressed dissatisfaction with the answer filed in the case on behalf of the government. It seems that Delhi Police has not been able to trace Maulana Saad yet.” On this, the Chief Justice said, “Why do you want to study behind a person? We are talking about a solution to the original problem. But your motive seems to be to raise a dispute.”
At the end of the hearing, the court asked the Solicitor General to file an answer on the entire matter in 2 weeks. However, the court has not given any such clear order that within these two weeks, the government will have to issue guidelines regarding the rescue of Corona in the event of a mob. But it is hoped that the government may take a decision on this aspect soon.
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