Pune: High Court Orders PMC Not To Take Action Against Advertisement Hoardings In Newly Merged Villages

Bombay High Court

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Pune, 23rd December 2022: A petition was filed by the owners of advertisement boards in newly merged villages in Pune city regarding the expenditure on Thursday (December 22). The hearing for the same was scheduled before the High Court.

When an injunction was sought on behalf of the petitioners, the bench of Justice Gangapur Vala and Justice Chapalgaonkar directed the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) not to take any action on the condition of paying the entire demand amount.

Also, the petitioners will have to pay an amount of Rs 222 per sq ft as per the demand and policy of the PMC for the current year from the date of inclusion of the new villages in the Pune area, i.e. from the date of receipt of their approval application as Planning Authority.

Adv Abhijit Kulkarni argued on behalf of Pune Municipal Corporation in the High Court and Nisha Chavan, Chief Legal Officer of PMC acted as per the orders of the Municipal Commissioner and Additional Municipal Commissioner.



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