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    Supreme Court stays demolition on telephone booths of disabled Persons in Faridabad after PIL

    Date : 16/07/2010

    WRIT PETITION (C) No. 8519 OF 2006

    Union of India versus State of Gujarat & ORS

    The Petitioner He is a handicapped person and makes his living by operating a telephone booth which was allotted to him by Municipal Corporation. The Municipal corporation of Faridabad to the all Petitioners though on different dates and with different reference numbers however with the same content asking them to vacate the land allotted to the them for Booth/Dhaba/Kiosk/Tea Stall etc.

    13 Telephone booths owned by handicapped persons in Faridabad Haryana, were set to be demolished by Municipal Corporation of Faridabad. HRLN Lawyers got a stay from the Honr’ble Supreme Court for the demolition.

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