The UT Administration has sought suggestions from the general public on how to save Sukhna Lake’. The action came after a panel of Punjab and Haryana High Court headed by Amicus Curiae advocate Tanu Bedi inspected the Sukhna Lake catchment area recently.The suggestion must be posted at email@example.com, email id of amicus curie Advocate Tanu Bedi.
In HC panel opinion, it is considered appropriate that all the stakeholders and all the persons interested in the Public Interest Litigation may submit their suggestions to the amicus curiae within three weeks from today and the amicus curiae is requested to compile the same within next two weeks thereafter. The Amicus Curiae has given consent that suggestions can also be submitted to her by anybody at Email ID firstname.lastname@example.org.
The suggestions are to be submitted within three weeks from today by all concerned to Tanu Bedi, Advocate as Amicus Curiae at Email ID- email@example.com.On August 6, Sukhna Lake’s catchment area was inspected by the Court along with Tanu Bedi, Advocate, as amicus curiae, Suvir Sehgal, Senior Standing Counsel with Daman Dhir, Advocate for UT Administration; Reeta Kohli, Addl AG, Punjab with Hanspal Virk, AAG, Punjab, Shubhra Singh, Addl. A.G. Haryana with Gaurav Bansal, AAG, Haryana; M L Sarin, Senior Advocate; Surya Parkash, Advocate and the concerned officers and officials of the States of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh (in short ‘the States and UT’) as well as some residents of village Kansal and Kaimbala.
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