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'Nightmare To Travel From Noida To Delhi Which Takes Two Hours Instead Of 20 Minutes': Supreme Court Issues Notice In NOIDA Resident's Plea

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29 March 2021 2:11 PM GMT
Nightmare To Travel From Noida To Delhi Which Takes Two Hours Instead Of 20 Minutes: Supreme Court Issues Notice In NOIDA Residents Plea
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The Supreme Court issued notice to Central Government and Delhi Police Commissioner to ensure that the road area is kept clear so that the passage from one place to other is not affected.The bench was considering a writ petition filed by a woman resident of NOIDA who alleged that her travel to Delhi it is taking two hours instead of normal 20 minutes.Before the bench headed by Justice...

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The Supreme Court issued notice to Central Government and Delhi Police Commissioner to ensure that the road area is kept clear so that the passage from one place to other is not affected.

The bench was considering a writ petition filed by a woman resident of NOIDA who alleged that her travel to Delhi it is taking two hours instead of normal 20 minutes.

Before the bench headed by Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul, Monicca Agarwaal, who appeared in person, submitted that she stays in Noida and she has to travel to Delhi  in connection with her marketing job. She stated that despite the various directions passed by the Court to keep the to and fro passage clear (the roads), the same still does not happen. Being a single parent who has some medical issues, she said that it has become a nightmare to travel to Delhi.

We did put to her if it is so, it is an administrative failure as judicial view has already been propounded by us, the bench, also comprising Justices R. Subhash Reddy observed.

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