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Nothing happens with mosques, says the Central Vista Court Center

The Central Vista redevelopment project is under construction. (Photo file)

The center told the Delhi High Court on Wednesday that heritage mosques in the Lutyens area may not be affected by the Central Vista Redevelopment Project at this stage and sought time to respond to the Delhi Waqf Council’s petition for their protection.

The six religious properties, including five mosques, are more than 100 years old, Delhi’s Waqf Council said in a petition.

“It simply came to our notice then. Nothing happens with these properties. We are before your lords. It is (the project) a very long plan and we have not got anywhere near it “, said the general prosecutor Tushar Mehta before the court Sanjeev Sachdeva.

Complete paralysis of administration: Delhi HC on dengue

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday had a grim view of the civil situation in Delhi, especially against the backdrop of rising dengue cases, and said there was a complete paralysis of the administration. He called the civic authorities because they did not address the dengue situation this season and questioned whether responsibility for doubling the cases had been established this year.

Delhi: Some people have two thoughts about sending their children to school

Schools in Delhi are experiencing huge variations in turnout among primary and secondary school children after reopening, with some schools also noticing a significant difference in the number of parents who initially gave their consent for offline classes and actual turnout. .

Schools had opened for these students for the first time since the pandemic began on November 1, but were forced to close after two weeks due to pollution. They were allowed to reopen for all classes on Monday, while elsewhere, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation announced on Tuesday that schools in the city will postpone reopening for grades I through 7 from Dec. 1 to Dec. 15 as a precaution against the appearance of the Omicron variant.