The Delhi High Court has found a unique way to punish errant partiesMarch 4 2019
The Delhi High Court, it seems, has found a novel way to increase green cover in the capital.
After passing similar directions in the 2G case in February, Justice Najmi Waziri has directed the offending parties in a case to plant 50 trees each in Delhi.
While allowing an FIR registered under the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000 to be quashed, the Delhi High Court has directed the offenders to plant 50 trees each for causing unnecessary burden upon the administrative machinery engaged in . . .
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