CORAM HON’BLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE
HON’BLE MR.JUSTICE D.N.PATEL
For the Appellant/Petitioner Mr. I. Sinha, Amicus Curiae
For the Respondent-RRDA Mr. A.K.Singh
For the Respodennt-State Mr. R.R.Mishra, G.P
For the Respondent-RMC M/s. R R. Nath, L.C.N. Shahdeo
For the Respondent-Chamber of Commerce Mr.Pandey Neeraj Rai
For the Intervenors Mr. M.K.Dey, Sr. Advocate
Mr. Sohail Anwer, Snr. Advcate
For M/s Premsons Ms. A.R. Choudhary
All Intervention applications filed today are allowed.
In view of the large scale feeling of lawyers representing the parties that they need time for compliance of the orders of this Court, this case is posted on 25.3.2011.
By this time, the concerned lawyers are expressing the view that they will be in a position to file a detailed compliance reports in a chart form, wherein Column no. 1 would contain the gist of the order, Column no.2 would contain the action taken and in Column no.3 would contain the evaluation and follow-up action
taken by the authorities concerned.
The original file containing the orders in relation to the alleged encroachment by M/s Premsons has been submitted by the learned G.P. for perusal of the Court.
It is reported that the Chief Executive Officer of the Ranchi Municipal Corporation has proceeded on leave. He is suffering from an ailment of defect in eye-sight. This may take time to get over. Hence, alternative arrangement is required to be made. The State Government will take necessary steps to post an efficient officer in the Ranchi Municipal Corporation like a one they have posted in the R.R.D.A.
It has been brought to the notice of the Court by the Amicus Curiae, Mr. Indrajit Sinha, that under the orders of the Supreme Court, reported in the matter of Jagpal Singh Versus State of Punjab (2011 AIR SCW 990), the State Government is required to prepare an exhaustive Scheme for the entire State for removal of the encroachments.
The State should take appropriate steps to prepare such a Scheme and submit it to the Court on 1st of April, 2011.