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Right To Information / Public Interest Litigation

Idea to Lodge Public Interest Litigation, stop NOISE/AIR/Water Pollution, use of Writ petition by Common Citizen, use Right to Information Act remains important in current Indian scenario.

 

Some Common Right To Information / Public Interest Litigation

  1. How to Lodge Public Interest Litigation?

    “……. An Article without which the constitution will be a nullity…..It is the very heart of it…” Dr. Ambedkarsaid so about Article 32. Article 32 of the Indian constitution contains a tool which directly joins the public with judiciary. A PIL may be introduced in a court of law by the court itself (suomotu).

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  2. What Legal steps can be taken to stop noise pollution in the locality?

    This menace is rampant during various festivals in India. Helpless aged people suffer. How to take action instead of being victim of the hooligans.

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  3. Legal actions can be taken to stop AIR/Water Pollution.

    Codified law permits certain levels. The corresponding rules also facilitate the measures. Executive bodies are responsible. We need to know the process and the rules to abide by as well as act as a change agent.

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  4. Power and use of Writ petition by Common Citizen.

    Fundamental Rights (Articles 12-35) are enforceable through Supreme Court. The various Writs empower citizen to do so.
    Habeas Corpus (meaning: you may have the body) issued to produce a person who has been detained.
    Mandamus (meaning: We command) of Supreme Court/High Court issued to Lower Court/Public Authority/Tribunal to do the duty.
    Certiorari (meaning: to be certified) issued by Supreme Court/High Court quashes the order of lower court.
    Prohibition(meaning: Stay order) issued by Supreme Court/High Court to lower court of quasi-judicial authority, prohibiting them from continuing particular proceedings beyond jurisdiction.
    Que-Warranto (meaning: by what warrants?) restrains a person from holding a public office to which he is not entitled.

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  5. How can one use Right to Information Act to get important information’s?

    This act empowers peoples from getting actual information which so far was covered under red tape. Information is power. A common man can challenge the process if suitable information is available.

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  6. Illegal Construction without taking Environmental Clearance.

    Illegal constructions are rampant these days. Aggrieved people suffer due to lack of information. But law has its own guidelines. Proper way to lodge complaint creates sold footings to restrict the construction legally.

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  7. How to legally interact with the Government Authority/Bank/Institutions?

    Legal interactions are keys in the long run. Legal drafting is an art in itself. Normally we do not invest small amount to create the initial steps correct. Hence we suffer in the long battle.

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