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Written By BiharWatch on Thursday, November 26, 2009 | 5:29 AM

The matter of waste to energy is once again coming up before the Delhi High Court on 27/11/2009. Earlier, the case W.P.(C) 9901/2009 and CM No. 8154/2009 was heard by Chief Justice A P Shah and Justice Manmohan Singh. The order was paased on 12.08.2009.

The order reads: "Learned Additional Solicitor General inform us that the project in question is one of the pilot projects recommended by the Expert Committee appointed by the Hon'ble Supreme Court and two similar projects at Vijayawada and Hyderabad as recommended by the Committee have started functioning. Learned Additional Solicitor General submits that so far as the present
project is concerned, all the necessary permissions have been taken from the concerned authorities and the technicalities adopted for this project is similar to the projects at Vijayawada and Hyderabad. In our view, it is not possible for this Court to entertain the present writ petition. Accordingly, the writ petition and application are dismissed."

Now a review petition has been filed which is slated for hearing tomorrow.
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The matter did come for hearing but due to the absence of Chief Justice Shah, the case has been schdeuled for hearing 11 December, 2009 in the Delhi HIgh Court. The full text of the earlier order is as under:

IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI

W.P.(C) 9901/2009 and CM No. 8154/2009

SUKHDEV VIHAR RESIDENTS
WELFARE ASSOC. and ORS. ..... Petitioners
Through: Mr. S.P. Pandey, Advocate


versus


STATE and ORS. .....
Respondents
Through: Mr. A.S. Chandhiok, ASG with
Mr. Anil, Mr. Amrit and Mr. Rohit
Dhingra, Advocates for R-3.
Mr. Najmi Waziri, Advocate and
Mr. Shoaib Haider, Advocate for
GNCTD.
Mr. Ravi Bassi, Advocate for R-2.
Mr. B. Mahapatra, Advocate for R-5.
Mr. Akshay Chandra, Advocate
for respondent No.7.
Dr. Kumar Jwala, Advocate for R-8.
Mr. Jayat Bhushan, Sr. Advocate with
Mr. Atul Sharma, Mr. Ravi Varma,
Mr. Milanka Chaudhary, Mr. Sarojanand
Jha and Mr. Abhishek Sharma, Advocates
for Respondent No.9.

CORAM:
HON'BLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE MANMOHAN


O R D E R
12.08.2009

Learned Additional Solicitor General inform us that the project in question
is one of the pilot projects recommended by the Expert Committee appointed by the Hon'ble Supreme Court and two similar projects at Vijayawada and Hyderabad as recommended by the Committee have started functioning.

Learned Additional Solicitor General submits that so far as the present
project is concerned, all the necessary permissions have been taken from the concerned authorities and the technicalities adopted for this project is similar to the projects at Vijayawada and Hyderabad.

In our view, it is not possible for this Court to entertain the present writ petition. Accordingly, the writ petition and application are dismissed.

CHIEF JUSTICE
MANMOHAN, J
AUGUST 12, 2009

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