Disaster Management operations in NCR has to be carried out by single nodal agency directed by Delhi HC to Centre

The Delhi High Court has guided Central Government to consider as portrayal a request looking for the arrangement/assignment of a solitary nodal organization to complete debacle the executives tasks in the National Capital Region under the National Capital Region Planning Board Act, 1985 and Disaster Management Act. (Arjun Narag versus UOI and ors)

National Capital Region Planning Board Act was established so as to fit and arrange the advancement of the National Capital Region and to keep away from indiscriminate improvement in the territories falling under Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan.

The Petitioner in this manner looked for the issuance of headings to the Central Government and State Governments of NCR district to work pair and give a solitary arrangement of boundaries/bearings/rules comparable to wellbeing foundation and debacle the board in accordance with a typical COVID-19 reaction plan.

Depending on Section 7 of the National Capital Region Planning Board Act, the Petitioner likewise expressed that the Central Government and different offices concerned should viably actualize the Regional Plans under the Act and furthermore to execute the proposals qua wellbeing framework and debacle the board.

In the wake of peddling a few contentions, the Petitioner submitted under the watchful eye of the Court that it would do the trick if the PIL is treated as a portrayal by the Central Government and different specialists.

The Court therefore ordered, Looking to the restricted submission of the learned counsel for the petitioner, we have a tendency to herewith request the involved respondent authorities to think about the grievances/suggestions as distinguished during this instrument petition, specially the synchronization of the work beneath the metropolis Region board Act, 1985 and also the National Disaster Management Act, 2005 beneath one nodal agency Delhi court

The petition was consequently disposed of.

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