Visualizer wrote:The reason these cases go slow and often goes against interest of individual site owners is because of no representation of interest of site owners in court room.
Mostly big builders and devopers represent the buyers side and perceived to be powerful people and thus have little sympathy.
I do not mean to say that lakes are not being destroyed however there is no coorelation between cause and actions.
I think untill and unless affacted population comes together runs a social media campaign hire a lawysr you will not get justice.
One sucessful example of such campaign is abolition of Life time tax on vehicles for more than 30 days in Karnataka.
One Mr. Waseem Menon started campaign on change.org and facebook got 1L signatures. Meet Union ministers and went to HC and then SC and won the case.
---Quite a few people (mainly big parties, including karnataka government) have filed a case against this in supreme court. The outcome of supreme court will be aplicable for all. Since this case is heard only in supreme court, it is very costly for individual site owners to fight, unless he or some one in his family are lawyer in SC.
Once a cases gets into clutches of court,it gets into deadlock situation, since court takes years and years to give judgement....
i have seen building coming up near to lake, who had purchased the land as per the old laws are constructing house. i am not able to get hold of owners to know how they got the plan approval.
@@@ Shailesh--- 2nd Jan is the next hearing. if you visit the supreme court website and check for details on this case, u would geto know when is the next hearing. https://www.sci.gov.in/case-status
Case type: Civil Appeal
Case Number: 5016