HJS’ legal fight for proper organization of ‘Simhastha Parva’ at Nashik

Court orders to take review after 4 weeks !

Mumbai : There is no adequate place made available, nor amenities provided to hold ‘Simhastha Parva’ at Nashik. In such situation, organizing such ‘Parva’ can lead to stampede as it had happened last time. There is also threat of terrorist attack; therefore, Nashik Municipal Corporation, Maharashtra Government and the Central Government need to take care and make proper arrangements for everything. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) has filed public interest litigation (PIL) in this context.

On the hearing held on 3rd February, the advocate of Municipal Corporation admitted that they were in a very difficult position and have to do so many things within a short period of time. The State Government’s advocate stated that the State Government had started the process of making available land to Municipal Corporation.

It was brought forth before the Bench of Justice Shri. Mohit Shah and Justice Colabawala of Mumbai High Court by HJS that adequate land was not made available right from the year 2003 till today. The Court ordered to take a review of the work after 4 weeks. Advocate Veerendra Ichalkaranjikar pleaded for HJS.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat