On the 7th of May, The SC rejected a petition against the postponement of hearing on Public interest litigation looking for heading to end the development work at the Central Vista Redevelopment project during the predominant Coronavirus pandemic however offered freedom to appealer to move toward the High Court of Delhi for hearing of the case.
The Supreme Court of India was hearing the plea against the 4th May request for the high court which had recorded the Public interest litigation for hearing on 17th May saying it needs to initially go through what the Supreme Court of India has pondered in its judgment of 5th January, giving approval to the Central Vista Avenue Redevelopment Project.
The advocate said to the apex court bench that the matter is of outrageous significance as India is confronting an exceptional health crisis. Advocate Sidharth Luthra stated that works from Sarai village and Karol Bagh, Central Delhi district region are being sent to Raj Path and Central Vista, where development is going on. The spread of Covid-19 increases among the construction worker.
Two judges of the bench stated that “We are of the assessment that since the matter is pending under the high Court and the request ordered in the left appeal is just of dismissal, we are not slanted to go into the value of the case. In given conditions, we demand Advocate Sidharth Luthra document the appeal himself or through some other insight, make a request before the High Court on 10th May to take up the matter as ahead of schedule as could be expected.
The long dismissal was challenged under the Supreme Court of India. The request said that there is a critical need for halting the development work, which involved construction on Rajpath and the encompassing yards from India Gate to Rashtrapati Bhawan.