Taj Mahal Case Study

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From the above discussion it is clear that the Hon’ble Supreme Court, is monitoring several important issues which were directly related to the pollution problems of Agra and TTZ area. Apart from these the following issues are under active consideration of the Hon’ble Supreme Court: 1. industries located in Agra including foundry units; 2. compliance of direction of the Hon’ble Supreme Court by the Mission Management Board; 3. traffic management & encroachment within the 500 metre zone of the Taj Mahal; 4. slaughter house; 5. Agra Heritage Fund; 6. opening of Taj Mahal in the night; 7. unauthorized construction within 100 metre from the southern gate of the Taj Mahal; 8. booking window at Taj Mahal for collection of Toll Tax; 9. supply of gas to the industries located in Firozabad; 10. brick kilns located 20 km away from Taj Mahal or any other significant monument in the TTZ area including Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary ; 11. promotion of Non-Conventional Energy Source; and 12. security of Taj Mahal. In T. Damodar Rao v. S.O. Municipal Corporation, Hyderabad, the question that has been raised was whether land falling in the recreational zone within the city limits of Hyderabad can be used for residential purposes contrary to municipal development plan ? In…show more content…
If some measures are taken to control or minimize the pollution, it definitely hampers the growth of industrial activities as well as the constitution of India also guarantees every citizen of India the right to carry on his business or trade under Article 19(1)(g). Thus, a conflict always arises between the right to carry on a trade and economic development on the one hand and prevention of pollution and protection of environment on the other. In order to remove such conflicts the Apex Courts has tried to find a solution to them by providing its valuable decision on such crucial

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