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SC notice to Centre, TN govt against roadside banners by pol parties

The Supreme Court Friday sought response from the Centre and the Tamil Nadu government on a plea seeking to restrain political parties from erecting digital banners on roadside across the state. A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi sought the response within six weeks on the petition filed by a charitable trust In Defence of Environment and Animals and asked as to why the plea should not be kept open, enabling the Madras High Court to monitor the developments in the case. Issue notice, fixing a returnable date within six weeks, to show cause as to why the writ petition should not be kept open to enable the High Court to monitor the developments that may take place in the subject matter from time to time, the bench, also comprising Justice S K Kaul, said. The plea had sought preventing encroachments via religious symbols and political graffiti, advertisements by private parties on natural resources like mountains, hills, hillocks, avenue trees and on national and state ...

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