The Delhi High Court Tuesday looked for answers from the Center, Delhi government and Tata Power on a supplication looking for power association for almost 800 Hindu travelers from Pakistan and are living here for the beyond couple of years.
A seat of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Amit Bansal gave notification to the services of home issues and protection, Delhi government, North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NrDMC), Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC), Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd (TPDDL) and District Magistrate of North Delhi and requested that they record answer to the appeal.
The court recorded the matter for additional meeting on October 22. The appeal wail power association for 200 Hindu minority travelers families, involving right around 800 individuals, who are as of now living in Delhi Jal Board Maidan in North Delhi’s Adarsh Nagar region.
Solicitor Hariom, who works for the government assistance of ‘minority transients’ from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan in India, expressed that for this situation, the travelers are from Pakistan, for the most part from Sindh, and are living here without power for recent years.