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DB seeks affidavit indicating schemes , funds allocation for solid waste management
9/18/2018 10:43:45 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Sept 18: Division Bench of State High Court Comprising Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice Dhiraj Singh Thakur directed Union of India to file an affidavit indicating therein various schemes and the funds allocation relating to solid waste management. DB also directed that a meeting be convened by the Chief Secretary with all stake holders on issues relating to Solid Waste Management and place a firm action plan before this Court within six weeks from today. DB also said Faiz Ahmad Bakshi, Convener, Environmental Policy Group Srinagar, Syed Nassarullah Shah, Chairperson of the Legal Committee of the petitioners and Raja Muzaffar Bhat may be permitted to make a presentation before the Chief Secretary to enable decision making.
DB also directed Commissioner, Srinagar Municipal Corporation, Srinagar to inform this Court about the amount spent and the steps taken for the public awareness on Solid Waste Management. This significant direction has been passed by Division Bench in a matter relating to the Solid Waste Management in the State of Jammu and Kashmir. DB observed that a serious point is raised with regard to the failure of the respondents to manage bio medical wastes generated across the State. Failure to do so can prove to be a serious danger to public health.
DB further observed that Solid waste Management today is a scientific concept and modern technology is available within the country which would enable addressing the problem before it reaches unmanageable positions. In fact, Solid waste is being used even for fuel and energy generation apart from other uses.
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