“Why is the CPI(M) filing a petition? What is the fundamental right that is being violated? Not at the request of political parties. This is not the platform. You go to the High Court” , said the bench.
The High Court said that if the peddlers trespassed they would be evicted and if the authorities broke the law the petitioner could go to the High Court.
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said the facts were distorted.
“It’s a long-running process, a routine exercise after notice,” he said.
When lead barrister P Surendranath, representing CPI(M), referred to the recent supreme court orders on Jahangirpuri where the demolition campaign was suspended, the bench said let the parties concerned come.
“We didn’t allow anyone to come here and say my house can’t be demolished even though it’s not allowed. You can’t protect yourself from this order. We can’t interfere…that too at the request of political parties,” the judge said. mentioned.
After hearing the case for some time, the case was dismissed as withdrawn with freedom to go to the Delhi High Court.