Bombay High Court Gives Relief to Jalgaon Vendors

In PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION NO. 123 OF 2016 OF HONAJI HEMRAJ CHAVAN AND OTHERS VERSUSHE STATE OF MAHARASHTRA AND OTHERS
The lawyer appearing for the vendors brought to notice of the Court the order passed at the Principal seat of High Court in PIL No.105 of 2015 dated 12.8.2015. It has been directed by the Court that, only those street vendors, who are entitled to be protected under the provisions of the Act of 2014 shall be protected by the Municipal Corporation in terms of the provisions of the said Act of 2014. Thus the Aurangabad Bench of the High Court ordered that the mandate of law must be observed. Direction issued by the Division Bench referred to above shall apply in the instant case also in Jalgaon.

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