Delhi-NCR builders seek lifting of ban on construction activities
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Delhi-NCR builders seek lifting of ban on construction activities

Days after the Supreme Court re-inflicted a ban on construction work in Delhi-NCR to control air pollution, a builders’ outfit has moved the Supreme court asking to lift the ban on the ground that the order did not consider the opinions of all stakeholders.

In its appeal registered in the Supreme Court, the Developers and Builders Forum said it was aggrieved by the court’s November 24 order to re-inflict a ban on the construction activities in the NCR, excluding non-polluting activities like interior decoration, plumbing, carpentry and electrical work.

The blanket ban on all construction work takes within its sweep even small construction of residential and other units which can, in no manner, be said to be generating large-scale pollution, the forum presented.

The plea is expected to be mentioned for an urgent hearing on Monday. Indicating a report, the forum claimed that all building activities in the NCR incorporated a meagre 6.7-7.9% of the total pollution in the area.

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Also read: Construction workers seek Supreme Court for relief schemes

Days after the Supreme Court re-inflicted a ban on construction work in Delhi-NCR to control air pollution, a builders’ outfit has moved the Supreme court asking to lift the ban on the ground that the order did not consider the opinions of all stakeholders. In its appeal registered in the Supreme Court, the Developers and Builders Forum said it was aggrieved by the court’s November 24 order to re-inflict a ban on the construction activities in the NCR, excluding non-polluting activities like interior decoration, plumbing, carpentry and electrical work. The blanket ban on all construction work takes within its sweep even small construction of residential and other units which can, in no manner, be said to be generating large-scale pollution, the forum presented. The plea is expected to be mentioned for an urgent hearing on Monday. Indicating a report, the forum claimed that all building activities in the NCR incorporated a meagre 6.7-7.9% of the total pollution in the area. Image Source Also read: Construction workers seek Supreme Court for relief schemes

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