Remove mobile phone tower, court tells building owner

June 16th, 2011 - 9:30 pm ICT by IANS  

New Delhi, June 16 (IANS) A Delhi court has directed an east Delhi property owner to remove a mobile phone tower and a generator from his premises as these were causing disturbance to his neighbour.

The court dismissed property owner Hargyan Singh’s plea for relief and upheld an earlier order by sub-divisional magistrate (SDM), Preet Vihar, directing him to end the nuisance resulting from the tower and the generator.

The SDM took note of the complaint by Hargyan Singh’s neighbour Satya Prakash who alleged “nuisance and disturbance”, and Feb 17 told Hargyan Singh to remove the tower and the generator from his property’s terrace.

The complainant alleged that the installation of tower on Hargyan Singh’s building created cracks in his building.

Instead of following the SDM’s order, Hargyan Singh went in appeal against his order to the higher court.

Additional Sessions Judge T.R. Naval, in an order given earlier this week, said: “The executive magistrate’s order for removal of the tower and the generator from Hargyan Singh’s building is upheld.”

“I do not find any infirmity or impropriety in the order of the SDM. Therefore, revision petition is not maintainable at this stage and is hereby dismissed,” said the court.

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