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Bureaucracy has developed inaction, wants to leave everything to court: Supreme Court

While hearing a petition, the Supreme Court said- A kind of inaction has developed in the bureaucracy. she doesn’t want to make a decision

New Delhi: Supreme court (Supreme Court) Bureaucracy on Wednesday (Bureaucracy) Has made a great comment on the way it works. The country’s top court criticized the bureaucracy for its inaction, saying it has developed inaction and does not want to take any decision and leaves everything to the court. “It is apathy and only apathy,” the court said. This comment was made during the hearing of a petition regarding air pollution in Delhi-NCR.Also Read – Lakhimpur Kheri Case: SC said, investigation will be done under the supervision of former judge Rakesh Jain; Three IPS inducted in SIT

A three-judge bench comprising Chief Justice NV Ramana, Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice Surya Kant said, “For quite some time I have been feeling that a kind of passivity has developed in the bureaucracy. She doesn’t want to take any decision. How to stop a car, how to seize a vehicle, how to douse the fire, all this work has to be done by this court. We have to do everything ourselves. This attitude has been developed by the officer class. Also Read – Delhi Air Pollution: Pollution is not decreasing in Delhi, all educational institutions will remain closed till further orders, rules continue

The apex court made this remark on the attitude of the bureaucracy during the hearing of a petition related to air pollution. This petition has been filed by environmental activist Aditya Dubey and law student Aman Banka. In this petition, a request was made to direct the small and marginal farmers to provide stubble removal machines free of cost. Also Read – Supreme Court expressed displeasure over Delhi Pollution, said – bureaucrats do not want to do anything for this …

The bench said that the meeting of the Center on air pollution was held on Tuesday. The court said that whether they could not prepare the summary of the discussion done in the meeting that we have issued all these directions so that the valuable time of the court can be saved.

Referring to a fictional incident, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said, a king once decided that no one will go to bed hungry. A horseman was sleeping, the officers woke him up and asked if he was hungry. When the horseman said that yes I am hungry, then he was not allowed to sleep. In this way, no one was allowed to sleep.

He said that this statement of his is in a light-hearted way without any hatred towards any person. (input-language)


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