National Herald case: Delhi High Court reserves its decision.
The Delhi High Court has reserved the judgment on the petition filed by AJL against the Central Government’s decision to end the lease of the National Herald Case.
- Delhi High Court reserves defense
- In this case the situation is still intact
- The building will not be cleared anymore
New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has reserved the judgment on the petition filed by AJL over the decision of the central government to end the lease of the National Herald Case . That means that the building will not be cleared anymore. Delhi High Court Associated Journals Ltd., i.e. AJL (owner of National Herald newspaper) has reserved the verdict on the order, in order to cancel the lease and vacate Herald House on the basis of allegations of violation of the lease provisions. The decision of the central government was challenged. After hearing the arguments of the two sides, the Delhi High Court secured its decision.
Earlier on November 13, the High Court had adjourned the hearing till November 22. The High Court had said that the status will be maintained until next date. During this time, SG Tushar Mehta, present at the center, had assured that action will not be taken to seal or clear the building during this period. AJL says that the order is inspired by politics and its purpose is to suppress and waste the voices of discontent of opposition parties.
Let me tell you that the Ministry of Urban Development had asked AJL to evacuate this premises by November 15 in an order issued on October 30. This petition is to be heard. It has been said in the petition that this order of land and development office is illegal, unconstitutional, arbitrary, full of malice and step taken out of the jurisdiction. Campus free
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It was said in the order that no press is being operated for the last 10 years in the premises. In violation of the rules of the lease, this building is being commercially used. AJL had denied these allegations of the Center. AJL has been publishing the newspaper for the past several decades. However, due to financial crisis its publication was halted for a while, but the formal newspaper and digital media operations were completely restored. The publication of Weekly National Herald on Sunday began again from September 24, 2017 and is being published from Herald House, Delhi. AJL has started publication of its weekly Hindi newspaper ‘Navajivan’ from October 14 this campus. According to the petition filed by AJL, digital format of the English newspaper ‘National Herald’, Hindi ‘Navjivan’, Urdu ‘Quami Voice’ was started in 2016-17.