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Supreme Court Anguished over delay in Shahtoosh Case

14th Jan., 2005

On 13th January’2005 hearing the Special Lease Petition filed by Wildlife Protection Society of India (WPSI), a division bench of the Honorable Supreme Court of India express its anguish over the continuing delay caused by the Shahtoosh Weaver Association who have been repeatedly seeking adjournments.

Honorable Judges Justice Ruma Pal and Justice C.K.Thakkar were sharply critical of the stalling tactics used by the Weaver Associations. The judges took note of the concern expressed by WPSI lawyer, Shri Alok Krishna Aggarwal that no reply had been filed by the association, and ordered the association to file their reply within a week.

 

 

 

 

 

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