The Telangana High Court recently came down heavily on a party which challenged a ban on POP Idol immersion, saying, "Lakes not meant for your polluting". The High Court not only criticised the Telangana Ganesh Murti Kalakar Welfare Association but also remarked, "This lake is not for you, it is for generations, not to pollute with Plaster of Paris". The division Bench of Chief Justice Alok Aradhe and Justice N.V Shravan Kumar made the observation while hearing pleas by the association, which challenged the guidelines that prohibit POP idols. HC on Aadhar Card: A Citizen of India Cannot Be Denied Statutory Rights for Not Possessing an Aadhar Card, Says Telangana High Court.
HC on Ganpati Idol Immersion
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