The Delhi High Court on Tuesday issued a note in a plea searching for the issuance of suitable orders in opposition to the respondents to eliminate stray animals from the avenue inflicting inconvenience to the frequent public.
The single-judge bench of Justice V. Kameswar Rao issued word on the petition by using Satish Sharma underneath Articles 226 and 227 of the Constitution.
The petitioner is a resident of Meethapur village in New Delhi and is suggested by way of career and commutes to Saket from Meethapur for work.
The petitioner stated that being a citizen of India, he has a prison proper in opposition to infringement of his quintessential rights below Articles 226 and 227.
On June 21, 2021, the petitioner stated he narrowly escaped an accident due to the flock of cows and bulls on the street close to the Air Force bus stop. Other commuters additionally utilized a surprising brake to stop the mishap. The petitioner then filed a grievance about the incident to the authorities involved and requested them to do away with stray animals blocking off the roads however no motion used to be taken.
Again, on December 15, 2021, on the equal route, the petitioner sustained accidents when a quarrel amongst stray cows and bulls led to them slamming into his two-wheeler. The petitioner sustained accidents on his palm, wrist, knees and ankle and took therapy for the equal after he reached home. He once more complained to the respondents however no motion has been taken by using the authorities.
The petitioner contended that such acts of the respondents are unlawful and incorrect in the eyes of the regulation and they are responsible sure to take fantastic prison motions to stop the unlawful gathering of stray cattle on the road. The respondents failed to function their responsibility even after getting complaints, the plea said.
The petitioner prayed to the High Court to trouble splendid orders to do away with stray animals from the avenue and put into effect an everyday test to cease the gathering of cattle on the street to stop accidents.