Noida and Ghaziabad: This Friday, 12th of march 2020 the state government of Uttar Pradesh pleaded in front of the supreme court to close the Delhi-UP border once again. As more than 45 percent of cases have been traced down to Delhi.
When the central government of India unlocked the country in faze one. Then the borders were reopened to the local public. But this took a drastic change in the cases of Noida and Ghaziabad. As both are hubs of corporate offices.
After this, the Uttarpradesh government allowed only essential item vehicles through the borders. 45 percent of cases were tracked down in Noida and Ghaziabad from the National capital.
Noida and Ghaziabad: Garima Prashad, the lawyer of UttarPradesh Government said that after discussing a lot over the issue and maintaining the parameters of health so that the people of Uttarpradesh do not undergo any harm in any possible.
Rohit Bhalla a resident of Gurugram, Haryana filed a petition against the closing of the borders of the states within the NCR as it has been a chaotic mess all around the borders. The Uttarpradesh Government replied to the petition in a more diplomatic way.
Noida and Ghaziabad: Petitioner Bhalla on the other side with senior advocate Mukul Talwar pleaded that it was unconstitutional for the three states to put restrictions on the borders. As many commuters are facing difficulties, due to the uncertain decisions, taken by the three state governments.
The bench of judges led by justice Ashok Bhushan previously ordered the three states to have a joint meeting on the ninth of June 2020. To know more continue on Sylwritingflicks.co.in.