7 Race Course Road: 7 things to know about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s new residence

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7 Race Course Road or 7 RCR is the residence of the Prime Minister of India, where the 15th Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, shifted in his new residence today. Just like his predecessor Dr Manmohan Singh, Narendra Modi also believes in simple living and has not asked for any dramatic changes at his new residence. But unlike the previous Prime Ministers who lived in bungalow number 7, Narendra Modi will be occupying the fifth bungalow or No. 5 RCR as his residence. And hence technically the address of the 15th Prime Minister of India is 5 RCR and not 7 RCR. We take a look at seven things to know about the Prime Minister’s residence.

1. The first Prime Minister to stay at 7 RCR was Rajiv Gandhi in 1984. He came along with his family to stay at the official residence. The official name of the Prime Minister’s complex is called Panchavati. It is situated on Race Course Road, New Delhi and was built in 1980s.

2. The bungalows of the Prime Minister’s residence at 7 Race Course Road were originally designed by Robert Tor Russell, who was part of British architect Edwin Lutyens’ team, when he was designing New Delhi in the 1920s and 1930s.

3. 7 RCR became the Prime Minister’s official residence during Prime Minister V P Singh’s tenure. He permanently converted the place as the PM’s residence. Before him, the Prime Ministers lived at the other bungalows allotted to them as the MPs.

4. 7 RCR consists of five bungalows 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9; including 5, Race Course Road, the Private Residential Zone for the Prime Minister. Bungalow 9 is occupied by Special Protection Group (SPG), while Bungalow 3 has been converted into a guesthouse for PM’s guests.

5. The Prime Ministerial residence is spread over 12 acres of land. Unlike 10 Downing Street, it does not have Prime Minister’s Office but has a conference room for informal meetings. Narendra Modi has chosen to use the seventh bungalow or bungalow No. 7 as his office. He will be residing in Bungalow No. 5.

6. Narendra Modi is the first Prime Minister to live at the 7 RCR without his family. But it is assumed that his cook for 12 years, Badri will accompany him in his stay at the Prime Minister’s residence. Badri has been staying with Modi at bungalow no. 26 in Gandhinagar, the official residence of the Gujarat’s chief minister for over a decade.

7. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be using the interlinking tunnel from 7 RCR to Safardajung Airport to reduce the traffic congestion. The Race Course Metro Station is located on the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro. It services the Race Course Road area in Central Delhi, and the Prime Minister’s official residence, 7, Race Course Road is located nearby.

With Narendra Modi coming in, 7 RCR ke bhi ache din aane wale hain!

  • http://nuclearsupremacyforindiaoverus.blogspot.com Satish Chandra

    GOONDA MODI’S FIRST FOUR DAYS

    May 30, 2014: On November 17, 2011 I wrote (IndianAirForcePilotsMurderDOTblogspotDOTcom): “There are two hundred thousand Indian engineers and scientists working in Research & Development for foreign companies in India but instead of putting its money in Research & Development ( in my letter dated January 5, 2004 to the press — included in my blog NuclearSupremacyForIndiaOverUSDOTblogspotDOTcom — I had suggested one million Research & Development workers in India in government-sponsored projects), India’s CIA-RAW government buys foreign equipment in all fields to keep India poor, weak and enslaved. India’s government lends hundreds of billions of dollars to the U. S. government in exchange for worthless U. S. paper but seeks foreign investment and World Bank loans for projects in India, giving ownership and control of India to India’s enemies, despite the unlimited capital available to India by simply printing the money; see ‘How India’s Economy Can Grow 30% Per Year Or More’ in my blog which can be found by a Google search with the title; as is described there, the United States has been applying my proposal about money by stealth and now also openly but Manmohan Singh refuses to do so because this bugger — a CIA appointee — does what serves the United States’, not India’s, interests.”

    With his plan for 100% FDI in defence, CIA-appointee Modi is outdoing Manmohan Singh in giving ownership and control of India to India’s enemies. As I have said, CIA picks India’s Prime Ministers, Cabinets and a lot more (IndiasLegitimateRulerSatishChandraDOTblogspotDOTcom).

    The Intelligence Bureau was the principal instrument of British rule over India and remained loyal to the British and then Americans after India’s fake ‘Independence’ (see WhatYouShouldKnowAboutRAWDOTblogspotDOTcom ). By making an Intelligence Bureau man National Security Adviser, Goonda Modi is trying to ensure never-ending slavery to the Anglo-Americans.

    May 28, 2014: I have said that the American invasion of Afghanistan — a part of traditional India — means the coast-to-coast destruction of the United States by India. When V. K. Singh was army chief, during a visit to the U.K. he visited a brigade that was due to be deployed to Afghanistan. I said he should be bayoneted to death as punishment for this crime.

    Omar Abdullah should be arrested for high treason for talking of secession from India and India’s CIA-appointed weakling government (Prime Minister and Cabinet) dismissed and arrested for countenancing treason.

    May 27, 2014: I have said that India’s conventional forces are liabilities, not assets. Conventional forces are worthless for destroying the United States. Taking care of the enemy United States will take care of all other enemies. In the past few years I have had India’s nuclear forces emplace India’s nuclear warheads in Washington, New York and other U.S. cities, ready to be exploded. Destroying Washington and New York, with a warning that additional U.S. cities will be similarly destroyed, with nuclear warheads already emplaced in them, if there is any retaliation or sign of retaliation, will immediately make India the supreme military and economic power in the world. IndiasLegitimateRulerSatishChandraDOTblogspotDOTcom

    MAY 26, 2014 CIA PICKS INDIA’S PRIME MINISTER (see statement of Michael Hayden of the CIA on May 23 ‘14 below)/ GOONDA MODI, APPOINTED BY CIA, PAYS HOMAGE TO GOONDA M. K. GANDHI, MANAGED BY INTELLIGENCE BUREAU, TO KEEP INCREDIBLY STUPID INDIANS FOOLED

    HEY STUPID INDIANS, WOULD YOU RATHER HAVE AN AVATAR, SATISH CHANDRA, WHO CAN IMMEDIATELY MAKE INDIA THE SUPREME MILITARY AND ECONOMIC POWER IN THE WORLD OR WOULD YOU RATHER HAVE MODI? IndiasLegitimateRulerSatishChandraDOTblogspotDOTcom

    (May 23 ‘14) On May 23 ‘14, starting at 1:42 am Toronto time, I found 7 new messages, via DISQUS, that Michael Hayden of the CIA had posted on my comments on RenewEconomyDOTcomDOTau, stanforddailyDOTcom and IndiaDOTcom within about half hour offering to make me Finance Minister in the Cabinet of Narendra Modi and saying “Of course, we would much prefer you over Mr. Narendra Modi. Had you accepted our original offer in 2008, by now we certainly would have picked you as the Prime Minister of India.” :-

    On RenewEconomyDOTcomDOTau :-

    MichaelHayden Satish Chandra • an hour ago

    Dear Mr. Satish Chandra,

    This is Michael Hayden yet again. In spite of retiring from the Central Intelligence Agency, I do remain active in covert operations.

    My offer to you is valid. Do note that it is very rarely, if ever, that the CIA actively tries to recruit a civilian. Moreover as far as my memory goes, I have yet to see a package as attractive as yours being offered to a civilian.

    I sincerely wish that you would accept our offer.

    Sincerely,

    Michael Hayden

    Central Intelligence Agency

    On RenewEconomyDOTcomDOTau :-

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    MichaelHayden Satish Chandra • 44 minutes ago

    Of course, we would much prefer you over Mr. Narendra Modi. Had you accepted our original offer in 2008, by now we certainly would have picked you as the Prime Minister of India.

    If you respond in time, we can still make you Finance Minister in Mr. Modi’s cabinet.

    The following is the link to the web page containing the above offer to make me Finance Minister : http://reneweconomy.com.au/2014/oz-coal-prospects-dim-new-india-pm-shines-light-solar-83706#comment-1400500008

    • VENKADACHALAM

      REGIONAL RURAL BANK EMPLOYEES ARE NOT HAVING PENSION FACILITY
      AT THE TIME OF RETIREMENT LIKE OTHER PUBLIC SECTOR BANK EMPLOYEES . PLEASE TAKE STEPS TO SANCTION MONTHLY PENSION LIKE
      PUBLIC SECTOR BANK EMPLOYEES ON RETIREMENT.

    • K. B. RANGANATHAN

      Many more happy birthday to our honourable Prime Minister Mr. narendra Modi for a long years to improve one of the best and the first country in the world. Sir I would like to share my proplem with you sir,
      My father got an floricultural loan Rs.09,75,000 at State Bank of India Ooty Branch Nilgiri District In Tamilnadu State on 2007. Due to heavy rain and road extention work the form was getting damaged within one year. In that time we paid the Subsidy amount Rs. 03,25,000 on march 2008. There after my father was died, and we can’t continue the floricultural and also we didnot pay the balance amount to the bank. After six years 2013 there is an offer given by the State bank of India 75% offer on Interest. We agree to pay my fathers floricultural loan in that offer period and we paid some part payment of Rs.51,000/- . There after we tried to close that balance amount, but we can’t arrange the balance amount in that short period. Now we are ready to pay the balance amount, with last one years interest also. But the state bank development officer was not ready to accept our amount. He was told to us actually the interest was 12%. Now I have to pay 16%. That means last year Rs.10,11,000/- (september 2013), Now it is Rs. 21,11,000/-(upto to Sep-2014). So please give me a chance to us one more time 75% offer on interests. We are a middle class family. I am working as an government bust driver in tamilnadu. My brother was a taxi driver plaease help us sir,

  • Anil Menon

    This is a wide perspective view
    of an Indian citizen with regards to Indian agriculture. In this letter I would like to draw many
    concerned factors affecting agriculture
    outflow. For this from my view where together the newly elected Indian govt,
    lead by BJP ( Bharatiya Janata Party) can plan out some strategies which can help
    out the modern society from rising food
    cost in agriculture..

    We are making a win-win model in
    linking 1400 cities with a joint venture
    account model to overcome a decisive outcome, atmosphere where price stability
    and factors such as rising prices and poor production remains as a main
    concerns over all India. Primarily the
    deficit in terms of fund, technological and lack of decisions has lead to faulter in
    the Exports zone as well as depleting income of the Indian farmers who work
    hard all the day.

    In India over a period of 67
    years after independence inspite of monsoon there are certain things to make
    clearwatch.

    Quick recap of not getting agriculture upto mark in all 29 states.

    1) Good
    soil but no production or manpower

    2) Right
    Climatic atmosphere but no critical
    study of price rise or guidance.

    3) Price
    fall in terms of poor marketing or a lack of critical study of price fall or
    guidance.

    Study of fund
    disbursed in all states for agriculture.

    1) Fund
    disbursed but not rightly handled in agriculture for promotion or high yield.
    No proper check up of fund utilized.

    2) Agriculture
    where crop pattern study and investment
    are mainly required so that irrigation
    of fix pattern of land can yield produce output ratio pattern.

    Study of hoarding harvest and marketing which gives you nominal
    returns.

    1)
    Person
    getting money try to make an investment like a land to pull up the price and fetch heavy profit
    margin in return to his investment. We are well convinced that black
    marketing are bound to merge at village
    panchayat level. A systematic
    pattern has not evolved . License issued
    to hoarders who had tarnished prices every often and keep prices not under
    control. They had made huge profit by raising price levels, where there is no
    accountability of the stock purchased.

    Stop funding to fund fraud people who gets loan amount money at a
    mere 7% interest rate.

    1) Jewellers
    and financers make use of agricultural loan which are easily available by
    supplying documents and mostly falsely documented. Several
    bank managers in the name of agricultural loan facilitate the fraud
    people who use this fund for purchasing or investing in land or giving a token amount. Funds are hereby
    entirely gone into the hands of swindlers. Thusthe funds are getting
    underutilized which govt. give to the state.

    Now to give a faster output and
    link network for faster agriculture produce. To Link fruits, agriculture and farm produce like poultry farm /
    rabbit farm / meat farm. To maintain the produce sufficient to all
    cities which require the immediate usage
    by applying modern technique.

    What is this modern technique ?

    Requirement for Krishi Vikas
    Kendra – Satellite centre. I prefer to
    use figure eg. 1400 cities/villages/town
    all over India with a capital of Rs. 5,000 crores. This 1400 centres can work round the clock to
    remove agricultural bottlenecks all over India.

    1) Godown/Depot for storing produce and making all
    produce movement of respective towns.

    2) Billing
    and Godwon incharge, Well computerized transaction billing online.

    3) Studio
    Room for live coverage and keeping aninteractive session with LED screen with
    all 1400 centre or headquarters.

    4) Urea
    and ancillary units cold storage to specified head quarters
    cities.

    5) Marketing
    room with 5 computers

    6) To
    deploy advertisement campaign with banner promotion, booklets and leaflets.

    7) To
    connect agriculture produce to reach out to all local agents of nearby towns of
    nearby cities through marketing marketing rooms. To connect international agents by
    introducing a deposit amount.

    Each “ Krishi Vikas Kendra “ should act as a mediator between farmers and
    agents. To renew weekly, monthly reports of
    states to central zone. Linkage of all the 1400 centres.

    To circulate with booklet in
    regional language and a kiosk machine for pricing of produce. These kendras
    should stock sufficient stock and help farmers to sell in the secondary market
    ( Online).

  • Roushan

    anusrwan & nigrani samiti’s order contempt by civil surgeon at Latehar District Jharkhand

  • satyam

    Indian economy can change only with way weather modification if can modi govt gave chance we ready to demo we developed cloud formation &rain making e.mail sunlightstech@gmail.com satyam 09394785832

  • Jagjivan Kale

    good morning sir, kindly please save aggreculture & farmers for india.

  • Tapan Kumar Ghosh

    Land slides,hill slides and river bank erosion, bad roads and accidents are regular phenomena in Bharat’s day to day life.. These can be avoided if Jute Geo textile materials and hessian Jute cloths could be utilized in Ganga-Jamuna rejuvenation projects and National and State highways for protections. This will also help jute producing states namely, West Bengal, Bihar, Assam, Seemandhra and their industries.
    I request our respected Prime minister to think over this.

  • Dr. I.M.S. MANIVANNAN

    To, 12-08-2014
    Shree, HON’BLE NARENDRA MODI JI
    The Prime Minister of India,
    Prime Minister’s Office,
    New Delhi.

    Hon’ble Prime Minister Sir,

    Sub:“BHARATHNA AWARD to Brave Teen Aged Young Freedom Fighter THILLAIYADI VALLIAMMAI”
    .
    We Request Shri, NARENDRA MODI Ji, The Hon’ble PRIME MINISTER of INDIA. (The Largest Democratic Country of the World), And all parliamentarians do Unanimously With Due Respect and Honour Declare the Embodiment of Indian Freedom Struggle, The concept of Indian ` TRI COLOUR` solely belongs to her, The Great Brave Teen Aged Young Freedom Fighter,.. “THILLAIYADI VALLIAMMAI” as “Women OF OUR NATION”. By Honouring her With “THE GREATEST BHARATHNA AWARD”.

    As this is the year of “Centennial” Death Anniversary & 116th Birth Anniversary of the Teen Aged Young Freedom Fighter” The Great “THILLAIYADI VALLIAMMAI”

    Who Gave us her life and the Symbol of Self Respect of our COUNTRY the TRI-COLOUR-INDIAN NATIONAL FLAG in 1914 at the Prestigious and Historious premises of The Maritzburg Prison in South Africa were (then) Adv Mohandas Karmachand
    Gandhi, Kamalaba Gandhi, Valliammai, Mangalammal, and all other Passive
    Resistance Movement protesters were arrested imprisoned 1913 and were released in 1914. And Martyrd very shortly after her release on her 16th) Sixteenth Birthday (22-02-1914).

    We also Request The Hon,ble Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu J.JAYALALITHA to
    come forward and Recommend the Union Govt of India. With Due Respect and Honour to Declare The Great Brave Teen Aged Young Freedom Fighter “THILLAIYADI VALLIAMMAI” as “Women OF OUR NATION”. By Honouring her with THE GREATEST BHARATHNA AWARD / (Pass Resolution in TN Assembly immediately.)

    These requests we have raised “should be the least part of the HONOUR” we do her. She should live again in lives made better by what she has endured”.

    Thanking you, Yours Truly,
    Copy :TamilNadu ChiefMinister. -sd-
    Dr. I.M.S. MANIVANNAN
    Nada Prabhu Kempe Gowda Awardee, Social Activist & Founder President
    Tri-Colour Indian National Flag Foundation,
    Permanent BAN on Illicit Liquor-Bangalore, &
    Karnataka Kannada Tamil Federation.

  • ashok

    hi im 4m gurgaon..ashok kumar mob /9990704029 ….. dear mr n, modi ,,,pls take a care 4 gaumata and take a fast action 4 gve home & relax in life 4 gaumata pls save them and take a hard action 4 there killers im very greatfull 2 u thanku

  • Arun Kottur

    Hon Narendra Modia. Please provide me your e-mail address.This will enable me to forward to you soft copy of my representation to Human Rights Commission Geneva.Institution involved are 1)President Secretariat Helpline 2)Department of Administrative reforms and Public Grievances 3)Reserve Bank Of India 4)Banking Ombudsman Mumbai 5)Bank Of India 6)HDFC bank.
    Please help.

  • maddymahadevappa

    Hallo sir I m maddy 4m mysore…south india.please save farmer join the ganga kaveri river to solve fight wt Tamilnadu.and also please give basic needs to country.Thank u respected sir.

  • VENKADACHALAM

    REGIONAL RURAL BANK EMPLOYEES ARE NOT GETTING PENSION AT THE TIME
    OF RETIREMENT LIKE PSB EMPLOYEES, KINDLY SANCTION PENSION FACILITY
    TO ALL REGIONAL RURAL BANK EMPLOYEES AT PAR WITH PUBLIC SECTOR BANK EMPLOYEES.

  • pksingh

    Dear Sir,

    Pl open a PMO complaint dept or PMO public care dept or toll free call centre to minimize the public problems ASAP. Still many of the departments are not listening and not solving the public problems pl take a quick action in this regard.

  • pksingh

    Dear PM Sir,

    As per latest opinions and after by elections results pl find the some suggestions for quick action as under:

    1-To give a order to all states CM, Central forces and police forces
    for shoot and site then n there for all types of criminals and corrupt
    person with evidence then peace will quickly start in the country. This
    is a very compulsory thing for development.

    2- Pl start a strict and time bond quick action against all corrupt persons, corrupt politicians, corrupt bureaucrats, gundas, mafias, theifes,
    robbers, rapist, money mafias, corrupt media persons, corrupt judges
    and corrupt advocates, terrorist, corrupt congress and all types of
    corrupts persons. Pl collect the evidence and after evidence hang /
    encounter all of them publically no need to put in jail then crime will control quickly and peoples will fear.

    3-To issue one order / strong warning through media and official to all
    states CM against crime, law and order control and give one month for
    this job, if a within month law and order is not control then collect
    the evidence against state govt and dismiss the state govt quickly.
    Being a PM you are responsible for to provide the life safety, food
    safety, job safety, health safety, house safety, country safety all
    types of the safety.


    4-Pl make our country free from pickpockets from railway stations and in
    trains, bus stands, cinema hall and all public places, thieves, robbers,
    flies and mosquito, clean city and clean village.

    5-Common law for all Indians, common opportunists for all Indians, education for
    100% compulsory up to 10th, zero tolerance against corruptions, quick
    action against any types of the complaints, 24 Hrs light and 24 hrs
    water, through out country road, make a pleasant, safe and fast train
    journey, easily seats available in trains, buses and flights.

    6-Pl issue a order for planning country like Chandigarh pattern you can
    develop the whole country on same model why because no of buildings are
    demolishing during road construction, this is a direct money loss, life
    loss, job loss, business loss etc. We can save a lot of money and can
    distribute in public. Single time construction of all types of the civil
    works either road, building , drainage lines and communication lines
    etc.

    7-To improve the supply chain system, cold chain system, storage system,
    transportation system and distribution system, skill development, to
    control the inflation through out of year, strict action against black
    marketers etc.

    8-Now in media so many persons are in negative against development pl
    make a list and punish them, as per public views the media is not doing
    their job properly. Pl teach a lesson to them. They are thinking we are a
    king maker. Pl be alert and time to time teach the lesson. The media
    should live all types of news in public domain but always they are
    unnecessary criticizing to others.

    9-Pl give instructions to your all spokes person that all types of the
    statements should be countered who is giving against you and your party.
    100% to be replied and counter by the govt and and the party then n
    there without any delay. Example mr Laloo and Nitesh have made so many questions but the govt and BJP
    given or countered the reply of few question. This is not good. All
    oppositions leaders are speaking 10 questions against you and your party
    on daily basis but your govt / party is giving answer only 5 question
    and also very loose replies not a aggressive like you. Pl train them
    quickly why because we are love you sir here after we do not want
    congress govt in country and or in a state.

    ​Rest of suggestions / alerts i will update you time to time.

    Thanks & regards.

  • rajesh singh kirar

    kolkata main gau hatya ke licence dena band karo balki poore rastra main ye chal raha hai mare aadaniye pradanmantri se se mera vinamra anurodh hai ki rastra ki sewa ke baad gau sewa bhi jaroori hai main rajesh singh kirar rastriya gau raksha sewa samithi karyakarta GUNA (M.P.) se mere ghar ka pata sastri park ke peeche laxmigunj naya pura guna House No, 16/214 Land Line No. 07542226492 Bavdiya shri narendra damodar das modi ji jai shri krishna jai shari ram………….

  • Chander Shakher

    DEAR SIR mera name chander shakher hi me abohar punjab ka rahne wala hu. AJJ PUNJAB KI KAYA HALAT HI APP KO PATTA NAHI AHI PUNJAB ME 136 MUNICPAL EMPOLYS KI ONE MONTH SE STRIKE CHAL RAHI HI ANIL JOSHI JI BAT SUNANE KO TAYARNAHI HALAT YEA HI KI KABHI BHI YAHA MAHAMARI FALE SAKTI HI HARJAGHE GANDGI KE DHARPADE HI KABHI BHI MAHAMARI FALE SAKTI HI YA TO USKA SAMDHAN KIYA JAYE JO EMPOLY STRIKE PE HI UNKO HATA KAR NAYE LGAYE JAYE YA FIR UNKI DIMAND Mani jaye

  • Madhab Das

    Dear Sir,
    I am madhab Das. I live at west bengal, Howarh, Near Nabanna. But our locality is very unhealthy. Some of the ethnic people has encourage the other people antisocial work.
    But our police and gov. has no take any action. So i request to you please help us make a beautiful ethnic.

  • sushil Aggarwal

    To
    05-09-2014

    The Prime Minister

    Prime Minister office

    New Delhi (India)

    Sub: Complaint against IGL

    Kind Att: Mr. Modi Ji

    Respected Sir,

    Still the corruption in Government department is on high
    stage they do not want to do work without money (Bribe)

    I will send you some detail for your reference, may be
    you up date that problem and look in to the matter and culprits with keen interest
    for the benefit of the country.

    I applied
    for gas connection to IGL on 17-02-2014, under receipt No. 47971

    But who
    applied after me they got the connection with give money (Bribe) to department persons;
    we not give money to them and not got the connection till date.

    One
    month ago IGL persons come with connection list in our apartments, in that list
    our name also for connection, but who gave the money (bribe) they installed the
    connection, whom not give Money (Bribe) they not installed the connection of
    them.

    I wrote
    to all the IGL persons, (Chairman, Directors, officers) even every day contact
    on customer care of IGL by phone, and send mails too, but sorry to say that
    they can’t reply.

    I requested
    you to please look in to the matter and culprits who destroy the image of the country
    with thanks

    Thanking
    you

    Yours
    truly

    Mrs.
    Mansi Aggarwal

    B-903
    Tower height Society / Apartments

    DDA
    Flats, Near Pitampura Sports complex

    Pitampura New Delhi

    Phone No.
    27314904 / 9811225580 / 9899549956 E Mail. sushilkk99@gmail.com

  • nityanandan

    Respected Sir/Madam

    We are from Sree shanthi & Kumar Logistics investers, we
    insvested in sree shanthi & kumar logistics inveted moany after saw the
    adverstisement in vidyaranapura branch. After some time transferred to yelanka
    then againg transferred to Head office
    in malleswaram. Suddenly the head office also closed . Mr PNN kumar also
    not available since 3.5 mothns. We lodged the FIR compliant, since we are not
    getting the proper information FIR No: PS-CR.NO 132/14 us 406,420 IPC in malleswaram police station. Around 35
    crores money cheated the customers, why
    goveremnt not taking any action? Please take some action, try to trace out as
    early possible.

    Awating for your postive reply

  • നാരായണന്‍ നമ്പൂതിരി

    സര്‍ക്കാരുദ്യോഗസ്തന്മാരില്‍ അധ്യാപകര്‍ക്കു മാത്രമേ കോണ്ടാക്റ്റ്റൂള്‍ നിലവിലുള്ളൂബ്രിട്ടിഷ് ഗവ ണമെന്റിന്റെ കാലത്ത് അധ്യാപകര്‍ മുഴുവന്‍ ഇന്ത്യ ക്കാരായിരുന്നുഇന്ന് സര്‍ക്കാരുദ്യോഗസ്തന്മാരെ നിലക്ക് നിര്‍ത്താന്‍ കോണ്ടാക്റ്റ്റൂള്‍ മതിയാകും കേരളാ എട്യുകെശന്‍ റൂള്‍ കേ ഇ ആര്‍

  • unnikrishnan v

    MOST URGENT
    PLEASE DO SOME THING TO SAVE AN INNOCENT INDIAN ABROAD

    RESPECTED SIR
    I AM V UNNIKRISHNAN FROM TIRUR KERALA
    AN EX SERVICE MAN NOW WORKING IN A NATIONALIZED BANK
    PH 9567019367

    THIS IS WITH REGARD TO MR EK GANGADHARAN (EKG)
    SENTENCED TO DEATH AND NOW IN UAE JAIL
    FOR THE CRIME OF RAPPING A 7 YEARS OLD GIRL CHILD.
    THE CRIME WHICH HE HAS NEVER COMMITTED
    EKG NOW AT 52, WORKING IN A UAE SCHOOL, AS A SCHOOL BOY FOR LAST 32 YEARS
    ALL EVIDENCE, MEDICAL REPORT OF CHILD, DNA REPORT ETC SUPPORTS EKG
    THE CHILD IS NORMAL AND ATTENDS THE SCHOOL AS USUAL, THE TIME OF CRIME IS SAID TO BE 11 IN THE MORNING, IN A PLACE WHERE LOT OF STUDENTS AND STAFF WILL BE AVAILABLE. THE OTHER STAFF OF THE SCHOOL FULLY SUPPORTS EKG. THEIR COMMENTS ARE AVAILABLE IN WEB. INITIALLY SEVEN OTHER INDIANS ALSO PIKKED UP FOR INTERROGATION,
    LATER RELEASED. THEY ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FOR COMMENTS. EVERY BODY THOUGHT IT IS NOT A SERIOUS MATTER AND EKG ALSO WILL BE RELEASED SOON.
    IN CUSTODY POLICE TORTURED HIM AND FORCEFULLY SIGNED SOME PAPERS, THIS MUST HAVE GONE AGAINST HIM
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  • badal majumdar

    National Green Tribunal which is a part and parcel of
    Supreme Court of India ordered Orissa government to demolish all Un-authorized
    constructions Within 500 meters of high-tide line lying within coastal
    regularity zone at Puri on 24/10/2013.Orrisa high court also ordered Orissa
    government to demolish all Un-authorized constructions Within 500 meters of
    high-tide line lying within coastal regularity zone at Puri in 2002.Fourteen years have passed the order
    of Orissa high court is not metarialized.One year is about to pass the order of
    National Green Tribunal, New Delhi is not materialized .In the history of India
    no verdict of court related to
    Environments is pending for such a long time.

    All the unauthorized hotels, resorts, houses were
    constructed From Sankaracharja Math Road to Marine Drive Road were built during
    1997 TO 2014. All these constructions have neither Sanctioned Plan nor
    settlement records nor Bank Loans nor permission from coastal regularity zone.
    Demarcation line of residential area is
    a straight line of Sankaracharja Math Road

    Despite all these order of court, Chief Minister of Orissa
    is silent as Orissa government collects huge money from the owners of these
    unauthorized hotels, resorts, houses. Orissa government purchases votes with
    the money. 316 buildings are identified as unauthorized if demolished ruling
    party of Orissa will never win single seat of Orissa. Source of money must be
    stopped by demolishing the unauthorized constructions near sea.

    In Chennai after
    creation of Coastal Regularity zone by Government of India in 1991, all un-
    authorized constructions were demolished by Government of Tamilnaidu Whereas
    Orissa government was allowing unauthorized constructions day by day. It is a
    long warning that Puri and Chennai is high risk damage zone in India. In
    true sense a political war has been
    going on between Bharatiya Janata party and ruling party of
    orrisa.Subash Dutta is an active supporter of B.J.P.who is fighting in the
    court of National Green Tribunal, New Delhi since 2013 to open the corrupted
    face of ruling party of Orissa. This is the problem of Orissa government that
    Subash Dutta is an active supporter of B.J.P. who cannot be purchased by money.
    It is our duty to put political pressure to chief minister of orrissa.This
    action will help us for political gain of Bharatiya Janata Party

    Arrange to send C.B.I to Puri for investigation how 316
    unauthorized constructions were built. Owners of these unauthorized
    constructions if charged whom they gave money. A lot of names of M.L.A. , M.P.,
    Minister will come out. C.B.I. can discover huge black money from the houses of
    M.L.A., M.P., Ministers of orrissa.Picture will come out like west Bengal.

  • badal majumdar

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    Demolish unauthorized structures
    by September 12: Government

    by trinet on Tue,
    09/09/2014 – 14:16

    BHUBANESWAR: The
    state government has asked officials in Puri to demolish structures constructed
    in violation of coastal regulation zone (CRZ) norms.

    Director, town
    planning, and vice-chairman of Puri-Konark Development Authority (PKDA) have
    been asked to demolish these structures and submit a report to the housing and
    urban development department by September 12.

    The government’s move
    followed the National Green Tribunal’s July 27 directive, asking the state to
    submit a report on progress in removing unauthorized structures. The tribunal
    had sought a detailed report on CRZ violations from the government.

    According to norms, no
    concrete structures should be allowed in CRZ. “No industry should be
    planned in the zone nor the existing ones expanded. Same goes for hotels and
    residential complexes,” said a senior government officer. In Puri, many
    hotels and houses have come up in the restricted areas.

    Official sources said
    PKDA has been directed to oversee the demolition. “The planning member
    will take steps to implement demolition of 26 pending cases and file a
    compliance report to the government,” an official said.

    In Puri, 316
    structures were found violating the CRZ norms.

    PKDA planning member N P Patnaik said there were several CRZ violations in
    the town. “We have to look into each case of violation separately and
    follow the CRZ, 2011, rules. The exercise will take some more time,” he
    said.

    The Odisha State Pollution Control Board has
    also been asked to file a report on revamping Swargadwar (crematorium), which
    reportedly contributed to pollution in the town. Earlier, the green tribunal
    had directed the government to review pollution in Puri and take steps to check
    it. Following the direction, a high-level team visited the town in May.

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    SUBHASHISH MOHANTY

    Bhubaneswar, Feb.
    4: The state government today decided to demolish all illegal
    constructions on the Puri-Konark Marine Drive following sharp criticism
    for failing to curb illegal and unauthorised construction along the
    seashore.

    Housing and urban
    development secretary Injeti Srinivas admitted that illegal constructions
    had sprung up near the sea beach on the 30-km stretch from Puri to
    Konark.

    Srinivas said:
    “The Puri-Konark Development Authority (PKDA) will shortly launch a drive
    to demolish these illegal structures.”

    Sources said the
    PKDA had identified 385 illegal buildings built within 100 to 500 metres
    of the high tide line on the Puri-Konark Marine Drive. The buildings have
    come up across the beach line between 1997 and 2012 violating Coastal
    Regulatory Zone (CRZ) norms.

    The CRZ defines
    the “high tide line” of the sea and specifies the activities permitted
    and restricted in its vicinity. It mainly prohibits construction
    activities between 100 to 500 metres of the high tide line without
    required permission from the regulatory authorities.

    Planning member of
    the PKDA Lingaraj Patnaik said lack of adequate employees had affected
    their work. “How can we enforce the law without necessary support from
    all the agencies? Steps will be taken to take care of this issue. Unless
    public awareness is generated, illegal construction cannot be stopped,”
    he said.

    Urban development
    secretary Srinivas said he was aware of the problems and steps would be
    taken to expedite hearing of the cases. He also said posts lying vacant
    in the PKDA would shortly be filled up.

    President of the
    Beach Protection Council of Odisha Jagannath Bastia alleged that the
    illegal and unauthorised constructions were increasing by the day because
    of the callousness of the PKDA. “The constructions have deviated from the
    approved building plan and violated provisions of the CRZ,” he said.

    Presenting a
    memorandum to stop illegal construction, Bastia said that even at
    present, no less than 30 buildings were being illegally constructed with
    the tacit approval of PKDA officials.

    In 2002, Orissa
    High Court had directed government agencies, including the PKDA, to
    ensure that building rules and norms of the coastal regulation zone were
    strictly enforced. The high court had observed: “It is a matter of
    serious regret that the authorities concerned and the state have not been
    diligent about protecting the environment and the coasts and in ensuring
    that the coastal regulation zone notification fully, scrupulously and
    without discrimination are to be enforced.”

    Puri Hotel
    Association president Ramkrushna Dasmohapatra said the PKDA had not yet
    identified from which point the high tide line started. “Innocent and
    rightful hotel owners, who have buildings on the stretch, should not be
    punished,” he said.

    Sudhansu Rath, a
    resident of Puri, rued that the mushrooming of illegal multi-storey
    hotels and apartments on the seashore had deprived residents of a clear
    view of the sea. “Ugly structures are playing havoc with the skyline of
    this town. The view of the sea is getting obstructed,” Rath said.

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    Bhubaneswar, Feb.
    4: The state government today decided to demolish all illegal
    constructions on the Puri-Konark Marine Drive following sharp criticism
    for failing to curb illegal and unauthorised construction along the
    seashore.

    Housing and urban
    development secretary Injeti Srinivas admitted that illegal constructions
    had sprung up near the sea beach on the 30-km stretch from Puri to
    Konark.

    Srinivas said:
    “The Puri-Konark Development Authority (PKDA) will shortly launch a drive
    to demolish these illegal structures.”

    Sources said the
    PKDA had identified 385 illegal buildings built within 100 to 500 metres
    of the high tide line on the Puri-Konark Marine Drive. The buildings have
    come up across the beach line between 1997 and 2012 violating Coastal
    Regulatory Zone (CRZ) norms.

    The CRZ defines
    the “high tide line” of the sea and specifies the activities permitted
    and restricted in its vicinity. It mainly prohibits construction
    activities between 100 to 500 metres of the high tide line without
    required permission from the regulatory authorities.

    Planning member of
    the PKDA Lingaraj Patnaik said lack of adequate employees had affected
    their work. “How can we enforce the law without necessary support from
    all the agencies? Steps will be taken to take care of this issue. Unless
    public awareness is generated, illegal construction cannot be stopped,”
    he said.

    Urban development
    secretary Srinivas said he was aware of the problems and steps would be
    taken to expedite hearing of the cases. He also said posts lying vacant
    in the PKDA would shortly be filled up.

    President of the
    Beach Protection Council of Odisha Jagannath Bastia alleged that the
    illegal and unauthorised constructions were increasing by the day because
    of the callousness of the PKDA. “The constructions have deviated from the
    approved building plan and violated provisions of the CRZ,” he said.

    Presenting a
    memorandum to stop illegal construction, Bastia said that even at
    present, no less than 30 buildings were being illegally constructed with
    the tacit approval of PKDA officials.

    In 2002, Orissa
    High Court had directed government agencies, including the PKDA, to
    ensure that building rules and norms of the coastal regulation zone were
    strictly enforced. The high court had observed: “It is a matter of
    serious regret that the authorities concerned and the state have not been
    diligent about protecting the environment and the coasts and in ensuring
    that the coastal regulation zone notification fully, scrupulously and
    without discrimination are to be enforced.”

    Puri Hotel
    Association president Ramkrushna Dasmohapatra said the PKDA had not yet
    identified from which point the high tide line started. “Innocent and
    rightful hotel owners, who have buildings on the stretch, should not be
    punished,” he said.

    Sudhansu Rath, a
    resident of Puri, rued that the mushrooming of illegal multi-storey
    hotels and apartments on the seashore had deprived residents of a clear
    view of the sea. “Ugly structures are playing havoc with the skyline of
    this town. The view of the sea is getting obstructed,” Rath said.

  • badal majumdar

    To,

    The Priminister of India, New Delhi

    Subject-Political strategy for Orissa

    National Green Tribunal which is a part and parcel of
    Supreme Court of India ordered Orissa government to demolish all Un-authorized
    constructions Within 500 meters of high-tide line lying within coastal
    regularity zone at Puri on 24/10/2013.Orrisa high court also ordered Orissa
    government to demolish all Un-authorized constructions Within 500 meters of
    high-tide line lying within coastal regularity zone at Puri in 2002.Fourteen years have passed the order
    of Orissa high court is not metarialized.One year is about to pass the order of
    National Green Tribunal, New Delhi is not materialized .In the history of India
    no verdict of court related to
    Environments is pending for such a long time. Chairman of National Green
    Tribunal personally visited to Puri and requested all administrative officers
    to start demolishing all Un-authorized constructions immediately but still Chief
    Minister of Orissa is not allowing administrative officers to start demolishing.

    All the unauthorized hotels, resorts, houses were
    constructed From Sankaracharja Math Road to Marine Drive Road were built during
    1997 TO 2014. All these constructions have neither Sanctioned Plan nor
    settlement records nor Bank Loans nor permission from coastal regularity zone.
    Demarcation line of residential area is a straight line of Sankaracharja Math Road.
    All constructions from Sankaracharja Math Road to sea beach are unauthorized.

    Despite all these order of court, Chief Minister of Orissa
    is silent as Orissa government collects huge money from the owners of these
    unauthorized hotels, resorts, houses. Orissa government purchases votes with
    the money. 316 buildings are identified as unauthorized if demolished ruling
    party of Orissa will never win single seat of Orissa. Source of money must be
    stopped by demolishing the unauthorized constructions near sea.

    In Chennai after
    creation of Coastal Regularity zone by Government of India in 1991, all un-
    authorized constructions were demolished by Government of Tamilnaidu Whereas
    Orissa government was allowing unauthorized constructions day by day. It is a
    long warning that Puri and Chennai is high risk damage zone in India. In
    true sense a political war has been
    going on between Bharatiya Janata party and ruling party of
    orrisa.Subash Dutta is an active supporter of B.J.P.who is fighting in the
    court of National Green Tribunal, New Delhi since 2013 to open the corrupted
    face of ruling party of Orissa. This is the problem of Orissa government that
    Subash Dutta is an active supporter of B.J.P. who cannot be purchased by money.
    It is our duty to put political pressure to chief minister of orrissa.This
    action will help us for political gain of Bharatiya Janata Party

    Arrange to send C.B.I to Puri for investigation how 316
    unauthorized constructions were built. Owners of these unauthorized
    constructions if charged whom they gave money. A lot of names of M.L.A. , M.P.,
    Minister will come out. C.B.I. can discover huge black money from the houses of
    M.L.A., M.P., Ministers of orrissa.Picture will come out like west Bengal.

  • MAMATA MAJUMDAR

    Sea
    erosion on Puri beach man-made: Experts Published: Sunday, September 2, 2007,
    17:04 [IST] Use ← → keys to browse more stories 0 Puri, Sep 2 (UNI) The
    landward shifting of shoreline and washing away of a major portion of the
    newly-constructed Marine Drive road at Puri beach was a man-made phenomenon,
    experts opined. State Environment Department special secretary Bijay Ketan
    Pattnaik, who inspected the erosion site last week, observed that the
    advancement of the sea towards the landmass was the result of encroachment into
    the natural course of the sea. He opined that no construction should have come
    up on the High Tide Line(HTL) limit to prevent the natural course of the sea.
    The recent extension of Marine Drive road was a gross violation of Coastal
    Regulation Zone(CRZ) norms as the road was constructed between the HTL and the
    Low Tide Line (LTL), a strictly prohibited area, experts alleged. Union Environment
    Department Regional Director Khajjan Singh also observed that encroacment of
    the HTL had posed serious threat to the beach. He urged the Orissa government
    to initiate legal actions against those responsible for violation of the CRZ
    norms and guidelines. As per the CRZ norms, plans, showing the new roads
    constructed after 1991, should not be approved. Mr Singh expressed concern over
    the decision of the Puri Konark Development Authority(PKDA) to approve a number
    of hotels and apartment plans (speedily heading towards completion) by showing
    the newly-built illegal road. Meanwhile, Beach Protection Council president
    Jagannath Bastia alleged that an illegal road was being constructed by
    authorities to help some builders and real estate holders who had purchased
    land in the area. Incidentally, the plans earlier refused by the PKDA, were
    approved along with a number of new plans of hotels and apartments by showing
    the new road as an old one. Mr Bastia pointed out that the old and recent
    revenue map of the area did not reflect existence of any road in the area. He
    demanded probe into these affairs and the recovery of government funds from the
    officials for damage caused due to the washing away of the illegal road soon
    after its completion. Official sources said a recent high level meeting held
    here resolved to dismantle the road to restore the natural condition of the HTL
    of the beach. The state government has appointed Prof R Ramesh from Chennai, an
    authority over ocean management, to formulate an integrated coastal zone
    management plan for Puri and Konark, the sources added. Prof Ramesh was likely
    to visit Puri tomorrow to make a fresh assessment of the Puri beach. He had
    earlier submitted that a report to the state government regarding large scale
    violation of CRZ norms in the Puri and Konark beaches.

  • MAMATA MAJUMDAR

    To,

    The Priminister of India

    New Delhi

    Subject-Cleaning of India

    Dear Sir,

    We are very happy with this programme.
    All states followed this programme happily except Orissa. Orissa government was
    ordered by high court of Orissa to clean 500 meters from sea at Puri by
    demolishing all unauthorized constructions in coastal regularity zone in 2002
    and plant trees to stop erosion of soil. Again National Green Tribunal, New
    Delhi who is a part and parcel of Supreme Court of India ordered to demolish
    unauthorized constructions within500 meters of high-tide line lying within
    coastal regularity zone at Puri on24/10/2013.

    Twelve years passed the order of Orissa high court is not implemented.
    One year have passed the order of National Green Tribunal, New Delhi is not implemented.
    Orissa government is our national enemy. He does not bother any law and order
    of central government and any courts order.

    Coastal regularity zone was created by government of India
    in the year 1991where it is strictly ordered, no constructions will be allowed
    within 500 hundred meters from sea since it is an international law of sea.

    After creation of Coastal regularity zone, Tamilnaidu
    government demolished all constructions within 500 hundred meters from sea at Chennai.
    Orissa government did not bother the rules of C.R.Z. and was allowing more than
    500 constructions without the permission from Coastal regularity zone. It is a
    serious offence instead of planting trees within500 meters of high-tide line
    lying within coastal regularity zone, hundreds of constructions were built. In
    India Puri and Chennai are high risk damage
    zone.

    Culture of drinks and sex workers in these unauthorized constructions
    have destroyed Hindu spiritual culture of Puri, sweet water zone is about to finish,
    ecology system of sea is destroyed, water level of sea is increasing very fast,
    sea erosion is taking very fast due to over pressure of buildings near sea.

    I, on behalf of all Hindu missions pray to you to clean unauthorized
    constructions within500 meters of high-tide line lying within coastal
    regularity zone at Puri

    Yours Faithfully

    Mamata Majumdar

    Hooghly, Wet Bengal

  • Dnyaneshwar Jadhav

    TO ,

    THE PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA
    NEW DELHI ,

    SUBJECT – SWACHHA BHARAT ABHIYAN
    DEAR SIR
    WE ARE VERY HAPPY WITH THIS MISSION AND MY SCHOOL CHILDRENS AND ALL TEACHERS AND PARENTS ARE TAKING BROOM IN HANDS AND CLEAENS VILLAGE , OUR MARATHI SCHOOL NAME GURUKUL

    ONE THING WE KNOW WHEN WE CLEAN ROAD AND VILLAGE , THERE IS MANY DUST AND RAPPERS GUTKHA STRICTLY BAN ON GUTKHA ,
    IN MAHARASHTRA THERE IS BAN ON GUTKHA ON PAPER ONLY ITS VERY SAD PLEASE DO SOMETHING…
    YOURS FAITHFULLY ..
    ALL CHILDRENS , TEACHERS , FOUNDER OF
    GURUKUL SCHOOL SHINDE NASHIK

  • PRAKASH CHOUDHURY

    Order chief minister of orrissa to remove lacs of tourists, staying within coastal regularity zone from puri as high speed cylone is approching towards orrissa..Orrissa government was repeatedly ordered by National Green Tribunal New Delhi to demolish all unauthorised constructions within 500 meters from sea.Orrissa government is silent.Chief Minister of orrissa is purchased by the owners of all unauthorised constructions.Similar order was given by orrissa high court in 2002 but Chief Minister of orrissa did not care the order of orrissa high court.Please take necessary actions other wise people of orrissa will lose faith on you.

  • PRAKASH CHOUDHURY

    PLEASE CANCELL ALL TRAINS FOR ANDRAPRADESH AND ORRISSA FOR 12/10/2014 & 13/10/2014. HIGH SPEED CYCLONE IS APPROCHING TOWARDS ORRISSA AND ANDRAPRADESH.SAME CANCELLATION DONE LAST YEAR

  • t. deepa thomas

    hai sir. i’m deepa thomas. in chennai. first of all thank you, and congratulations.
    your cleaning india sir.but sir please, chennai this nor cleaning sir, quick immediately action sir, your save india and i’m trust you sir.

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  • anuradha barua

    I
    have to inform you that whole World is alert about law and order of Coastal
    regularity zone. In India Coastal regularity zone was created by government of
    India in 1991and sent orders to all states to demolish constructions within 500
    meters of high-tide line lying within coastal regularity zone. Tamilnaidu
    government demolished all constructions at Chennai by simply giving notice to
    all owners of the hotels, etc.which were within 1000 meters of high-tide line
    lying within coastal regularity zone as it was declared cyclone prone area.

    . After 1991 more than 500 constructions was built at Puri
    without the permission of coastal regularity zone near sea.Orrissa High court
    ordered Orissa government to follow the law and order of Coastal regularity
    zone which means demolish all constructions within 500 meters of high-tide line
    lying within coastal regularity zone.Orrissa government filed cases against the
    violator of law and order of Coastal regularity zone which is a long pending
    matter. Till today this matter is pending for last 14 years. In the history of
    the world no such pending cases related to environment is recorded.

    Again National Green Tribunal, New Delhi ordered to demolish
    all unauthorized constructions within 500 meters of high-tide line lying within
    coastal regularity zone on 24/10/2013. One year have passed Government of
    Orissa did not demolish unauthorized constructions at puri.Again Orissa
    government filed cases against the violator of law and order of Coastal
    regularity zone

    After t-sonami in 2004 in the world, Indonesia, Srilanka and
    Tamilnaidu of India demolished all unauthorized as per norms of coastal
    regularity by giving notice to the owners of hotels etc. It is due to heavy
    collections from the owners of hotels, resorts, etc.for the ruling party of Orissa.
    Without bribe it is impossible to construct any hotels, etc .in coastal
    regularity zone after 1991.

    This order can only be implemented if there is a political
    pressure from you. Chief Minister of Orissa must be put under political pressure.
    True fact is if unauthorized constructions are demolished source of money for
    election will be stooped.

    Orissa Government is still not alert after two cyclones in
    one year. This time water level of sea raised in a dangerous level. Maximum
    constructions have been tilted near sea. If earth quake last for one minutes
    hundreds of constructions will be collapsed.

  • anuradha barua

    ELATED KEYWORDS: Odisha-Government|National-Green-Tribunal|Government-Of-Odisha

    NGT comes
    down hard on Odisha government

    Jayanta Gupta, TNN | Jul 24, 2014, 09.12PM IST

    inShare

    KOLKATA: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Thursday came down
    hard on the Odisha government for failing to take necessary action against
    constructions that violate Coastal Regulatory Zone (CRZ) norms. On May 13 this
    year, NGT, while hearing an application by environment activist Subhas Datta
    had directed the Odisha government to file a report on what action has been
    taken against the illegal structures. On Thursday, the government submitted a
    report along with photographs.

    “The bench was extremely displeased on seeing the photographs. They showed
    some efforts at demolishing boundary walls but trees had also been uprooted.
    The bench then directed the Odisha government to file a report, elaborately
    stating what actions have been taken against the unauthorized structures. The
    report will have to be prepared on the basis of a list that I submitted to
    NGT,” Datta said.

    The bench also directed the special secretary of the urban development
    department, Government of Odisha to fix responsibility for uprooting trees in
    the name of demolishing illegal structures. Datta also informed the tribunal
    that he will move a petition against illegal structures in Mandarmoni, West
    Bengal.

  • anuradha barua

    Demolish unauthorized
    structures by September 12: Government

    by trinet on
    Tue, 09/09/2014 – 14:16

    BHUBANESWAR:
    The state government has asked officials in Puri to demolish structures
    constructed in violation of coastal regulation zone (CRZ) norms.

    Director,
    town planning, and vice-chairman of Puri-Konark Development Authority (PKDA)
    have been asked to demolish these structures and submit a report to the housing
    and urban development department by September 12.

    The
    government’s move followed the National Green Tribunal’s July 27 directive,
    asking the state to submit a report on progress in removing unauthorized
    structures. The tribunal had sought a detailed report on CRZ violations from
    the government.

    According
    to norms, no concrete structures should be allowed in CRZ. “No industry
    should be planned in the zone nor the existing ones expanded. Same goes for
    hotels and residential complexes,” said a senior government officer. In
    Puri, many hotels and houses have come up in the restricted areas.

    Official
    sources said PKDA has been directed to oversee the demolition. “The
    planning member will take steps to implement demolition of 26 pending cases and
    file a compliance report to the government,” an official said.

    In
    Puri, 316 structures were found violating the CRZ norms.

    PKDA planning member N P Patnaik said there were several CRZ
    violations in the town. “We have to look into each case of violation
    separately and follow the CRZ, 2011, rules. The exercise will take some more
    time,” he said.

    The
    Odisha State Pollution Control Board has also been asked to file a report on
    revamping Swargadwar (crematorium), which reportedly contributed to pollution
    in the town. Earlier, the green tribunal had directed the government to review
    pollution in Puri and take steps to check it. Following the direction, a
    high-level team visited the town in May.

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    ALL TOURISTED ARE REQUESTED TO STAY 500 METERS AWAY FROM SEA.ALL THE HOTELS RESORTS, ETC. HAVE BEEN TILTED IF EARTH QUEQKE LAST FOR 20 SECONDS ALL HOUSES WITHIN 500 METERS FROM SEA WILL BE COLLAPSED LIKE KEDER.

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    An aerial view of highrises along Puri beach.
    Picture by Ashwinee Pati

    Puri, Feb. 21: The beach town is facing a threat with high-rise
    buildings along its seashore showing signs of tilt, a possible fallout of
    tectonic movements, which is yet to be studied in detail. An expert team
    of the Geological Survey of India (GSI) would visit Puri to study the
    situation.

    Residents
    of the holy town have confirmed that the cracks began to be noticed after
    2004 in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami in Sumatra, which had a
    far-reaching impact. Some of the residents have undertaken repairs on
    their own.

    Geoscientist
    and former deputy director general of the GSI P.N. Nayak, who has been
    studying the phenomenon and is expected to guide the expert team, said
    the tilted buildings in Puri could be a precursor to an impending
    disaster. Nayak attributed it to the impact of the 2004 tsunami or the
    rise of the earth’s mantle material through the oceanic ridges between
    Brahmagiri and Sakhigopal near Puri. The ridge extends over 1,600km,
    connecting Sri Lanka.

    “The
    tilted buildings are either caused by pressure transferred from the
    oceanic crust after 2004 Sumatra quake or the upwelling (an oceanographic
    phenomenon that entails rising of cold, usually nutrient-rich waters from
    the ocean depths to the warmer, sunlit zone at the surface) of mantle
    material through the ridge that may result in further tilting of the
    buildings and disastrous crustal movements,” said Nayak.

    The
    road running parallel to the shore in Puri had been breached by a massive
    surge of the sea in 2007, a phenomenon generally attributed to global
    warming but which, it now appears, could also have been connected to the
    oceanic crust movements in the wake of the Sumatra tragedy. The road has
    developed not only cracks, but also elevations and depressions of more
    than one metre at certain points.

    While
    the already visible tilt in the buildings make them disaster prone, Nayak
    felt that in the event of an earthquake, the destruction could be
    minimised if a prediction programme was implemented. “The time and site
    of quakes can be predicted in advance up to a minimum of 11 days.
    However, it is necessary to investigate whether tilts change with time
    and if strains have been accumulating on the tectons. A protective wall
    must be constructed at the sensitive sites to prevent marine
    transgression,” he said.

    On the
    other hand, the tilt in the buildings is hardly noticed if viewed from
    the beach road, extending from Banki Muhan in the east to Baliapanda on
    the western side. One has to trudge through the golden sands and look at
    the buildings from the southwestern side, or drive up to the Baliapanda
    side at least to the point where the road bends for the tilt to be
    visible.

    All the
    buildings, bordering Beach Road or along the narrow lanes running
    perpendicular to the road, are seen uniformly tilted. This vertical slant
    is nearly three to four degrees towards the northern side.

    “Buildings,
    constructed in the early 20th century and which stood erect till 2005,
    have been tilted. So, the foundation defects and other problems related
    to construction are ruled out. The tilt is the result of either pressure
    transformed from the oceanic crust after the 2004 Sumatra quake (tsunami)
    or upwelling of mantle material through the ridge. This might lead to
    further tilting of the buildings and disastrous crustal movements,” said
    Nayak.

    Local
    resident Sarat Achari, 56, said he had noticed some cracks on the houses
    in his area. He said: “It is frightening to think that the cracks are the
    lingering effect of a calamity that took place eight years ago.”

    Moreover,
    the uppermost floors of the multi-storey structures, at present, are not
    exactly above the ground floors. “Any progressive increase of the tilt
    may develop cracks at the weak points of the building and it would
    collapse northwards like a pack of cards,” Nayak said.

    Local
    fisherman P.V. Narasimha Rao has noticed the tilt from the sea. “There
    have been some changes over the past six or seven years. We can clearly
    see the tilt when we are out in the sea,” Rao said.

    Nayak
    suggests that the terrace of a few buildings, especially those that are
    close to the beach, should be examined to determine the azimuth (angle
    used to define the apparent position of an object in the sky, relative to
    a specific observation point and direction of maximum tilt).

    “Preparation
    of a tentative contour map of the ground surface is also necessary now.
    It is suspected that the nature of the lithosphere and crustal block
    underlying the zone of tilted buildings has been changed after 2004-05,”
    he said.

    Moreover,
    sudden rise in the sea water-level and coastal erosion have become a
    cause of concern for the town residents. President of the Puri Hotel
    Owners’ Association Ramakrushna Das Mohapatra said though he had failed
    to notice any tilt in the highrises, the sea water-level had indeed gone
    up.

    Puri
    town planning officer R.M. Mishra, who is also secretary of the Puri
    Konark Development Authority, admitted a water-level rise and ingress of
    the sea at a number of points. “Keeping this in mind, we have been
    following strict rules based on nine parameters while approving building
    plans in this zone since 2004,” he said, adding that he was not aware of
    the tectonic developments pointed out by the geologists.

    “These
    are things for geoscientists to study. It needs proper research before
    they arrive at a conclusion. After the GSI undertakes a study in this
    regard, we would get to know the exact reasons. At this point, I have
    nothing to comment as I don’t have the expertise,” Mishra said.

    However,
    Nayak said rise of water-level could result from global warming or
    subsidence of crustal blocks. “Whereas rise of water-level because of
    global warming has to be uniform globally, subsidence of Puri coast
    should be affected by local geographical conditions. These two contesting
    causes can be discriminated through repetitive measurements of permanent
    benchmarks in the quieter creeks close to the sea employing accurate
    geodetic GPS methods,” he said.

    The
    phenomenon appears to have coincided with malfunctioning of the town’s
    sewer system, which indicates disturbances in the earth’s crust
    underlying Puri.

    “It is
    implied that the crustal or lithosphere block underlying Puri has been
    disturbed and the ground surface does not slope down towards the sea. The
    change in the direction of the slope might have resulted in
    malfunctioning of the sewer system,” said Nayak. The Odisha Water Supply
    and Sewerage Board has invited expression of interest for the preparation
    of a detailed project report, involving topographical and marine survey
    for the establishment of new sewage treatment plant and off-shore sea
    discharge.

    Member
    secretary of the board Lalit Mohanty refrained from commenting on the
    issue. “I am new to this organisation and not aware of the development,”
    he said.

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    Tilt in Puri seashore
    buildings

    GSI team to probe reason

    SUBHASHISH MOHANTY AND SHILPI SAMPAD

    An aerial view of highrises along Puri beach.
    Picture by Ashwinee Pati

    Puri, Feb. 21: The beach town is facing a threat with high-rise
    buildings along its seashore showing signs of tilt, a possible fallout of
    tectonic movements, which is yet to be studied in detail. An expert team
    of the Geological Survey of India (GSI) would visit Puri to study the
    situation.

    Residents
    of the holy town have confirmed that the cracks began to be noticed after
    2004 in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami in Sumatra, which had a
    far-reaching impact. Some of the residents have undertaken repairs on
    their own.

    Geoscientist
    and former deputy director general of the GSI P.N. Nayak, who has been
    studying the phenomenon and is expected to guide the expert team, said
    the tilted buildings in Puri could be a precursor to an impending
    disaster. Nayak attributed it to the impact of the 2004 tsunami or the
    rise of the earth’s mantle material through the oceanic ridges between
    Brahmagiri and Sakhigopal near Puri. The ridge extends over 1,600km,
    connecting Sri Lanka.

    “The
    tilted buildings are either caused by pressure transferred from the
    oceanic crust after 2004 Sumatra quake or the upwelling (an oceanographic
    phenomenon that entails rising of cold, usually nutrient-rich waters from
    the ocean depths to the warmer, sunlit zone at the surface) of mantle
    material through the ridge that may result in further tilting of the
    buildings and disastrous crustal movements,” said Nayak.

    The
    road running parallel to the shore in Puri had been breached by a massive
    surge of the sea in 2007, a phenomenon generally attributed to global
    warming but which, it now appears, could also have been connected to the
    oceanic crust movements in the wake of the Sumatra tragedy. The road has
    developed not only cracks, but also elevations and depressions of more
    than one metre at certain points.

    While
    the already visible tilt in the buildings make them disaster prone, Nayak
    felt that in the event of an earthquake, the destruction could be
    minimised if a prediction programme was implemented. “The time and site
    of quakes can be predicted in advance up to a minimum of 11 days.
    However, it is necessary to investigate whether tilts change with time
    and if strains have been accumulating on the tectons. A protective wall
    must be constructed at the sensitive sites to prevent marine
    transgression,” he said.

    On the
    other hand, the tilt in the buildings is hardly noticed if viewed from
    the beach road, extending from Banki Muhan in the east to Baliapanda on
    the western side. One has to trudge through the golden sands and look at
    the buildings from the southwestern side, or drive up to the Baliapanda
    side at least to the point where the road bends for the tilt to be
    visible.

    All the
    buildings, bordering Beach Road or along the narrow lanes running
    perpendicular to the road, are seen uniformly tilted. This vertical slant
    is nearly three to four degrees towards the northern side.

    “Buildings,
    constructed in the early 20th century and which stood erect till 2005,
    have been tilted. So, the foundation defects and other problems related
    to construction are ruled out. The tilt is the result of either pressure
    transformed from the oceanic crust after the 2004 Sumatra quake (tsunami)
    or upwelling of mantle material through the ridge. This might lead to
    further tilting of the buildings and disastrous crustal movements,” said
    Nayak.

    Local
    resident Sarat Achari, 56, said he had noticed some cracks on the houses
    in his area. He said: “It is frightening to think that the cracks are the
    lingering effect of a calamity that took place eight years ago.”

    Moreover,
    the uppermost floors of the multi-storey structures, at present, are not
    exactly above the ground floors. “Any progressive increase of the tilt
    may develop cracks at the weak points of the building and it would
    collapse northwards like a pack of cards,” Nayak said.

    Local
    fisherman P.V. Narasimha Rao has noticed the tilt from the sea. “There
    have been some changes over the past six or seven years. We can clearly
    see the tilt when we are out in the sea,” Rao said.

    Nayak
    suggests that the terrace of a few buildings, especially those that are
    close to the beach, should be examined to determine the azimuth (angle
    used to define the apparent position of an object in the sky, relative to
    a specific observation point and direction of maximum tilt).

    “Preparation
    of a tentative contour map of the ground surface is also necessary now.
    It is suspected that the nature of the lithosphere and crustal block
    underlying the zone of tilted buildings has been changed after 2004-05,”
    he said.

    Moreover,
    sudden rise in the sea water-level and coastal erosion have become a
    cause of concern for the town residents. President of the Puri Hotel
    Owners’ Association Ramakrushna Das Mohapatra said though he had failed
    to notice any tilt in the highrises, the sea water-level had indeed gone
    up.

    Puri
    town planning officer R.M. Mishra, who is also secretary of the Puri
    Konark Development Authority, admitted a water-level rise and ingress of
    the sea at a number of points. “Keeping this in mind, we have been
    following strict rules based on nine parameters while approving building
    plans in this zone since 2004,” he said, adding that he was not aware of
    the tectonic developments pointed out by the geologists.

    “These
    are things for geoscientists to study. It needs proper research before
    they arrive at a conclusion. After the GSI undertakes a study in this
    regard, we would get to know the exact reasons. At this point, I have
    nothing to comment as I don’t have the expertise,” Mishra said.

    However,
    Nayak said rise of water-level could result from global warming or
    subsidence of crustal blocks. “Whereas rise of water-level because of
    global warming has to be uniform globally, subsidence of Puri coast
    should be affected by local geographical conditions. These two contesting
    causes can be discriminated through repetitive measurements of permanent
    benchmarks in the quieter creeks close to the sea employing accurate
    geodetic GPS methods,” he said.

    The
    phenomenon appears to have coincided with malfunctioning of the town’s
    sewer system, which indicates disturbances in the earth’s crust
    underlying Puri.

    “It is
    implied that the crustal or lithosphere block underlying Puri has been
    disturbed and the ground surface does not slope down towards the sea. The
    change in the direction of the slope might have resulted in
    malfunctioning of the sewer system,” said Nayak. The Odisha Water Supply
    and Sewerage Board has invited expression of interest for the preparation
    of a detailed project report, involving topographical and marine survey
    for the establishment of new sewage treatment plant and off-shore sea
    discharge.

    Member
    secretary of the board Lalit Mohanty refrained from commenting on the
    issue. “I am new to this organisation and not aware of the development,”
    he said.

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    Puri Coast Being Engulfed By The Bay Of Bengal; Authorities Oblivious

    YouthKiAwaaz

    April 19, 2011

    Exclusive

    By Amritapa Basu:

    Ask anyone in and around Kolkata about their favorite destination to spend a 2-day holiday, they will emphatically declare “Puri-r theke bhalo jayega ki hote pare!” (No place is better than Puri). Puri in Orissa is well-known for the famous Jagannath Temple. It is also called the Mumbai of the East sans the metro effect, with a long coastline and beach overlooking the Bay of Bengal. But like many other places in the world, Puri has also been a victim of the breaking away of the coastline. In 2007, a stretch of 1.5 km was engulfed by the Bay of Bengal and the area has been declared as hazardous. Transportation had been denied on the land aligned to this stretch. Beside this, Marine Drive of the east has come up the township of New Puri which declares itself to be cleaner than the ‘old’ Puri and flaunts numerous posh hotels and shops. Crowds of tourist throng into this area to feel the ocean wash their feet. But this ocean seems to act as a boomerang now.

    The local municipality managed the situation temporarily by dumping sand-bags and trunks of date trees at the concerned site but the impending danger lies imminent. According to a report by Imon Chakraborty, the price of land in the adjoining areas came crashing down in no time. What was priced at Rs. 2000 per square foot was being given away at Rs. 500 per square foot. With the receding coastline, the influx of tourists has also reduced.

    According to the researchers of Institute of Oceanographic Management, it is a long-term influence of the disastrous December 2004-tsunami which wreaked havoc in Indonesia, Sri Lanka and eastern coast of South India and erratic rains in Orissa which are leading to the fast breaking away of coast. Humans are helpless before the forces of nature – a statement that has been declared umpteen numbers of times but are we absolutely innocent when it comes to disaster? Waves of ocean or the flow of river eroding soil from one part and depositing the eroded soil in some other part is a natural and cyclic process. But it assumes the shape of disaster when humans tend to intrude upon and interfere in a natural process. Environment, as it is its nature, would try to retaliate back to attain its stability and thus magnifying the effect of a simple natural ritual.

    The beach is demarcated by the low-tide line and high-tide line and as per the Coastal Regulation Zone, 1991 (CRZ) construction in any form is strictly prohibited in this part. This region constantly faces the lashes of high-tide and low-tide, breaking away and re-building is a regular phenomenon. But as always laws and rules hold true only on paper, reality brings forth a different picture. Though CRZ, 1991 prohibits construction, Puri-Konark Development Authority constructed a road in 2004 citing the reason that they were merely improving a unmetalled, muddy, kutcha road into a proper metalled road. Urbanization and modernization are two words which people tend to trust with their eyes closed, without thinking of the consequences that may follow later. There were propositions of coming up with some mega construction project in this reason which was discarded later in the wake of the sudden crisis.

    The inevitable question that arises here is that was the Government absolutely oblivious of the construction of a large stretch of concrete road or were the rules bent to fill the pockets of some influential businessman and contractors? A report on Desh (2007) reads –

    A detailed report by the National Institute of Oceanography, Goa (NIO) says that if illegal construction is not stopped immediately, it will be impossible to save Puri’s coast. On the other hand, Orissa’s Beach Protection Counsellor claims that the Orissa Government is purposely repressing the reports of NIO and other such organizations. In turn, they are using the oft-repeated word ‘development’ to escape the harsh realities.

    Reports have suggested that few people want redress and have proposed to bring down all developmental construction but that is not a practical solution. The roots of corruption lie too deep to be weeded and laws will be flouted again but at what cost? The tourism industry, the local people and the fishermen on the beach know it too well.

    Recommended read: Indian Island Majuli, World’s Largest River Island, Fights For Its Biodiversity Amidst Climate Change.

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    Save Puri dam from sinner’s activities of hotels, resorts
    etc .N.G.T.ordered to demolish 316 unauthorized on 24/10/2013 but C.M. Orissa
    is silent. Make a C.B.I.inquary to these hotels, resorts etc whom they gave
    bribe to construct without the permission from Coastal Regularity zone .Picture
    will come out like West Bengal. Victory to B.J.D. in by election at Orissa is
    the fault of us.Lacs of letters, mails were sent to for immediate demolish of
    unauthorized constructions at puri (Orissa).Chief Minister of Orissa Purchases
    votes by money which is collected from the owners of unauthorized constructions.
    Once the source of money stopped, B.J.D. will be nowhere.

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    Orissa
    High Court

    Sanju Panda (Advocate) vs State Of Orissa
    And Ors. on 19 June, 2002

    Equivalent citations: 2002 II OLR 189

    Author:
    P Balasubramanyan

    Bench: P Balasubramanyan, A Naidu

    JUDGMENT
    P.K. Balasubramanyan, C.J.

    1.
    Petitioner is a practising advocate. The petitioner has filed this writ
    petition in public interest. According to the petitioner, when she went to
    Puri, she found unauthorised constructions coming up on the beach in clear
    violation of Coastal Regulation Zone Notifications and in violation of Building
    Regulations and other laws relating to construction of buildings in urban
    areas. She was particularly shocked by the unauthorised construction put up by
    opposite party No. 3 encroaching into the beach near Chakratirtha, raising the
    construction and a boundary wail within 40 metres of the sea-shore. The
    petitioner understood that it was a hotel that was being constructed. On
    enquiry, the petitioner came to know that the building was being constructed by
    opposite party No. 3 and that opposite party No. 3 was doing it without
    obtaining the required clearance from the authorities for such construction.
    This Court issued notices to the opposite parties. The opposite parties
    appeared. No counter affidavit has been filed on behalf of opposite party No. 3
    traversing the allegations in the writ petition.

    2.
    The petitioner who appeared in person before us vehemently contended that there
    is blatant violation of the Coastal Regulation Zone Notifications issued by the
    Central Government and that this Court was bound to act to protect the Coastal
    Environment in the light of the direction of the Supreme Court in the decision
    of Indian Council for Enviro-Legal Action v. Union of India and Ors.,1996
    (4) JT 263. She also submitted that opposite party No. 3 did not even have an
    approved plan for the construction and this was clearly in violation of the
    Orissa Development Authorities Act and the Building Regulations. She also
    submitted that the Puri Municipality and Puri-Konark Development Authority are
    criminally negligent in not protecting the environment and in permitting
    violations of Coastal Regulation Zone Notifications issued by the Central
    Government. Hence, the Puri Municipality, the District Collector, the
    Puri-Konark Development Authority and the State of Orissa should be directed to
    remove forthwith the unauthorised constructions put up by opposite party No. 3.

    3.
    Learned Government Advocate submitted that it was the duty of the Puri
    Municipality, the Puri-Konark Development Authority, and the District
    Collector, Puri to ensure that Coastal Regulation Zone Notifications are not
    violated. It was equally their duty to ensure that the Orissa Development
    Authorities Act and the Building Regulations enacted in public interest are
    enforced strictly and no promoter or owner of land is permitted to put up a
    construction in violation of the Orissa Development Authorities Act, the
    Building Regulations and other Municipal Laws. He submitted that a direction may
    be issued to the District Collector and others to see to it that unauthorised
    constructions are removed In fact, he submitted that a general direction may be
    issued to the concerned Authority under the Orissa Development Authorities Act
    and the District Collector to take steps for demolition of all unauthorised
    constructions made in violation of the Coastal Regulation Zone Notifications,
    the Orissa Development Authorities Act, the Building Regulations and the
    Municipal Laws. No attempt was made on behalf of opposite party No. 3 to meet
    the challenge raised by the petitioner. There was not even a plea that opposite
    party No. 3 had the requisite permission and an approved plan under the
    Building Regulations or that there has been no violation of the Coastal
    Regulation Zone Notifications.

    4.
    In this state of the record, it is a clear case where a direction should be
    issued to opposite parties 1 and 2 to demolish the unauthorised constructions
    raised by opposite party No. 3 in violation of the Coastal Regulation Zone
    Notifications, the Orissa Development Authorities Act and the Building
    Regulations. It is clear from the allegations of the writ petitioner that the
    compound wall and two other rooms constructed by opposite party No. 3 are
    unauthorised ex facie. Therefore, we direct opposite parties 1 and 2 and the
    concerned authority under the Orissa Development Authorities Act to demolish
    the compound wall and the two rooms constructed by opposite party No. 3 on the
    seaward side. That will be done first. We direct the District Collector,
    thereafter, to conduct an enquiry with notice to opposite party No. 3 as to
    whether there are any further violations of the Coastal Regulation Zone Notifications
    and apart from that, whether there are any other unauthorised constructions
    made in violation of the Orissa Development Authorities Act and the Building
    Regulations by opposite party No. 3. If such further unauthorised constructions
    are found, they will also be got demolished by opposite parties 1 and 2 and the
    concerned Authority under the Orissa Development Authorities Act. It is made
    clear that demolition of the compound wall on the seaward side of the building
    referred to in the writ petition and the two rooms towards seaward side will be
    carried out forthwith and their demolition is not to await the enquiry
    regarding the existence of any other unauthorised constructions by opposite
    party No. 3.

    5.
    It is a matter of serious regret that the authorities concerned and the State
    have not been diligent about protecting the environment and the Coast and in
    ensuring that the Coastal Regulation Zone Notifications, fully, scrupulously
    and without discrimination, are enforced. As observed by the Supreme Court in
    the decision cited, posterity will not forgive the concerned authorities if,
    they themselves turn out to be despoilers of the environment and aid violations
    of the Orissa Development Authorities Act, the Building Regulations and the
    Regulations enacted in public interest. Learned Additional Government Advocate
    has a submission that the Civil Courts are responsible for the authorities not
    acting promptly as they intervene improperly and even without jurisdiction and
    grant injunctions when such violations are sought to be proceeded against. One
    does except a Civil Court to apply its mind when it is approached for
    injunction and when an injunction is sought in aid of thwarting the enforcement
    of environmental laws and Municipal Laws, one expects the Civil Court to
    decline to come to the aid of the violator. There is also another aspect. When
    an authority is exercising a statutory power and is seeking to perform a
    statutory duty, it is not for the Civil Court to prevent the authority from
    performing its duty unless a clear case of mala fide exercise of power is
    established. It is for opposite parties 1 and 2 to bring those aspects to the
    notice of the Civil Court. The argument raised in general by the learned
    Additional Government Advocate cannot, therefore, be accepted. But the argument
    that Civil Court must approach the question more responsibly while dealing with
    cases of violation of Environmental Laws including Coastal Regulation Zone
    Notifications, the Municipal Laws and the Building Regulations has merit. This
    of course is in addition to any other law that may be there, placing restraint
    on the Civil Court like Section 91 of the Orissa Development Authorities Act.

    The
    writ petition is thus allowed.

    The
    Registry on its own will communicate a copy of this judgment to the District
    Collector, Puri forthwith for compliance. The District Collector will file an
    affidavit in this Court within three months from today reporting compliance
    with the directions issued as above.

    A.S.
    Naidu, J.

    6.
    I agree.