Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand High Court will not be built in Chausla (Belbasani) but in Gaulapar only.

This decision was taken in the meeting chaired by the Chief Justice of the High Court.
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Uttarakhand High Court will now not be built in Chausla (Belbasani) but in Gaulapar only. This decision was taken in the meeting chaired by the Chief Justice of the High Court. The Registrar General of the High Court has sent a letter to the Principal Secretary Law-Cam-LR Uttarakhand Government asking them to find land in Gaulapar. 20.8 hectares of zoo land will be taken for the High Court. A fresh proposal will be made for this. On the other hand, the High Court has asked the DM, Revenue Department and Forest Secretary to find land for the residential complex. The ISBT place will remain vacant as before.
Let us tell you that the decision of the 84th meeting of the Regional Empowered Committee of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India held on 24 January 2024 was discussed and deliberated. Under this, REC had rejected the proposal of 26.08 hectares of land for transfer to the High Court. After this, the district administration searched for land at many places in the district for the High Court. Land was also identified in Chausala (Belbasani) but it was rejected by the High Court judges. Now the Registrar General of the High Court has sent a letter to the Principal Secretary Law-Cam-LR, Government of Uttarakhand. In this, it has been asked to make a fresh proposal for 20.8 hectares of land for the High Court in Gaulapar.
The letter states that the State Government/Nodal Agency may be requested to resume the process of transfer of 20.8 hectares of forest land at Gaulapar (Haldwani) for the High Court complex at the earliest and the proposed land for the camp offices of the Hon’ble Ensure feasibility. The District Magistrate, Principal Secretary Forest and Revenue have been asked to search for judges and residential enclaves for the establishment of the High Court under the guidance of the Honorable Senior Court.
On the other hand, in pursuance of the letter, the government has intensified action in this matter. Now PWD has started making a proposal of 20.8 hectares of forest land for the High Court, Complex, Administrative Building, Registrar General Building and others. For this, the land of the zoo located at Gaulapar will be taken. The land previously allotted for ISBT will not be acquired this time. On the other hand, 11 hectares of land will be arranged for the residential complex. For this, the district administration has started searching for revenue land.
This time the government has clearly refused to take ISBT land. It is being told that this matter is in the Supreme Court. For this reason this land will not be taken. If the government wants, this land can be got again for ISBT. With the construction of ISBT in Gaulapar, the government will not have to build a new highway and the city will also get relief from traffic jams. Let us tell you that to reach Gaulapar, NHAI is preparing a proposal to build a bridge, a new road and a tunnel on the route connecting Kathgodam to Bhimtal.

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