After the knock of Gujarat High Court Chief Justice Arvind Kumar, the CNCD department of the corporation has started working to catch the animals roaming around the High Court premises and on the SG Highway.
Just yesterday, the Chief Justice had mentioned that 10-12 stray cattle had blocked the road outside the entrance gate. With this, AMC has started working to catch the animals roaming around the High Court premises.
The issue of non-compliance with the court order in the case of cattle and traffic was reported in Ahmedabad city yesterday. Due to this, today, the employees of the department have been engaged in the operation of catching cattle outside the High Court premises by the corporation.
During the hearing, it was submitted by the state government that many areas in Ahmedabad have been declared as ‘No Kettle Zones’ to curb the harassment of stray cattle. In response, the Chief Justice said that as they were entering the court, 10-12 animals were blocking the road, the policemen whistled but did not move, but the Chief Justice also mentioned the harassment of stray dogs and said that the harassment of stray dogs. I have been advised not to take it and walk on the road. No problem with dogs, but no one should be punished for having fun.
In this case, the court also asked the Gujarat State Legal Services Authority to hand over the responsibility for redressal of grievances on local issues. It has been instructed to start a toll free number and e-portal for citizens, where citizens can send their problems along with photos. These matters will be monitored by the Legal Services Authority and a report will be submitted to the High Court.
The matter will be taken up for further hearing on January 19.