Local Commissioner to probe Central Vista project, petitioner demands from Delhi HC

New Delhi: A petition seeking a stay on the Central Vista project was heard in the Delhi High Court on Tuesday. The Delhi High Court has refused to issue a notice to the Centre on the issue. The Centre had filed its affidavit in the case in the Delhi High Court late in the night but could not reach the court staff on time. The court has since adjourned the hearing in the case till tomorrow , May 12.

Tushar Mehta appeared for the Central government in the Delhi High Court. The affidavit filed by the Centre in the court said that the allegations made by the petitioner are completely baseless and false. The point of bringing daily wage labourers from Sarai Kale Khan camp and leaving is a lie. Before April 19, 400 workers were working on the project, but at present 250 workers are living from the location of the Central Vista Project and adequate medical facilities are being provided to them. The workers have also undergone corona test. Right now workers are following the rules of social distancing.

The petitioner has filed an application after the central government filed an affidavit appealing to the court to appoint a local commissioner to confirm the claims made by the central government. The petitioner said this will explain the circumstances under which the workers belonging to the Central Vista Project are currently in.

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