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The Maharashtra government has filed an application in the Pune Magistrate Court against Lavasa as per the directions of the Bombay High Court & the ministry of environment and forests (MoEF).
Maharashtra government is set to initiate proceedings against Lavasa promoters in a Pune court, sources said on Friday.
Maharashtra government will move the magistrate court at Pune 'in a day or two' against Lavasa, HCC's flagship project, for environmental violation. "The Government will file a case against Lavasa for violating section 15 of the Environment (Protection) Act," sources in the environment department said.
Maharashtra Government is going to initiate a criminal case against Lavasa promoters soon, reports CNBC-TV18.
Chairman of the company Ajit Gulabchand tells CNBC-TV18 that he finds the Maharashtra government acting as an agent of the MoEF.
Environment Ministry has asked Maharashtra Government to file case against Lavasa. They wrote to Maharashtra Chief Secretary to take action against Lavasa. There will be no final order unless Maharashtra government takes action.
On the insistence of the Environment Ministry, the Maharashtra government is likely to file a case against the company under the Environment Protection Act, reports CNBC-TV18's Mehak Kasbekar.
Hindustan Construction Company (HCC) touched an intraday high of Rs 27.20 and an intraday low of Rs 26.80. At 09:36 hrs the share was quoting at Rs 26.95, down Rs 0.30, or 1.10%. Maharashtra government is going to take action against Lavasa within 2 weeks, reports The Economic Times.
Maha govt to take credible action against Lavasa; HC told
Chairman of HCC Ajit Gulabchand tells CNBC-TV18 in an exclusive interview that the Lavasa project is an infrastructure project which the Maharashtra government itself wanted.
Holding that Adarsh Housing scam was a classic case of fence eating the crops and "consistent failure" of Centre and Maharashtra government, the CAG today said rules were bent to benefit relatives of politicians, public servants and senior service officers including former Army chiefs Gen Deepak Kapoor and N C Vij.
Dark clouds seem to be once again looming large over Hindustan Construction Company's ambitious Lavasa Lake City project, as the Maharashtra Government plans to file an environmental violation case against the company in Pune court on June 14.
In the on going tussle over the environmental clearance for HCC's Lavasa Township, the Environment Ministry has now written to the Maharashtra Government asking it to take action against the company under the Environment Protection act.
Closed textile mills or industrial units will not be given permission for redevelopment or change of user until they pay the workers'' dues, Maharashtra Government told the Assembly on Monday.
Once a minor irritant, now the Maharashtra government has proposed to double stamp duty on equity transactions. Deena Mehta, MD, Asit C Mehta Investments and Dinesh Thakkar, Chairman & Managing Director, Angel Broking, debated on this topic with CNBC-TV18's Udayan Mukherjee and Mitali Mukherjee.
In a bid to monitor expiry dates of drugs and other relevant data, Maharashtra Government is in the process of developing a software to put the medical drug inventory available online with pharmacists, in all districts and tehsil hospitals.
Real estate developers in Mumbai are in for sleepless nights and lighter wallets. All because the Maharashtra government is tinkering with public parking lot regulations, reports CNBC-TV18’s Priyanka Ghosh.
Educomp Solutions has bagged Rs 67.9 crore orders from Maharashtra Government, reports CNBC-TV18. It touched an intraday high of Rs 424.65 and an intraday low of Rs 407.80. At 14:35 hrs the share was quoting at Rs 423.50, up Rs 7.60, or 1.83%.
Maharashtra government has indicated to scrap the Reliance-led Maha Mumbai Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Raigad district stating that the project has not yet taken formal approval, which will be given only when the land is possessed, reports CNBC TV 18 quoting Commerce Ministry’s sources.