The fire safety and building stand permission certificate will be ignored, the High Court directed action.
Ahmedabad The Gujarat High Court has directed to use force on builders and builders violating fire safety and building stand permit certificates and advised to use hammer on illegal multi-storied buildings in the city. While hearing a PIL in a division bench of Chief Justice Arvind Kumar and Justice AJ Shastri of Gujarat High Court, Advocate General of Gujarat Kamal Trivedi directed to take action against multi-storied buildings and their operators without permission of fire safety and use of the building. Strict action has been directed against the perpetrators. The High Court said that such multi-storied buildings should be sealed and some buildings should be demolished if necessary. Describing the fire at a multi-storey building on SG Highway on Sunday as serious, a division bench of the Chief Justice said that where multi-storey buildings are operated illegally without fire safety and building permission, Strict action will not be taken. Against them Where was the peace if the government took such action? The government should take stern action against such criminal negligence, it is time to take action against them.
The High Court has decided to hold the next hearing on the petition on December 23. A large number of builders and businessmen in the metropolitan municipality are openly violating formalities such as permitting the use of the Hot Fire Safety 4 building. The government and local bodies are unable to take action against them, which raises their morale. The court said such allegations could not be accepted. Buildings without approvals and certificates and in violation of fire safety must be sealed or demolished. The Metropolitan Municipality should not be hammered into hammering such multi-storey buildings.