The Bombay High Court on Friday appointed a team of 17 lawyers to function as 'commissioners of court', which will visit various places in the state and detect illegal posters, banners and hoardings put up by political parties.
The Bombay High Court on Thursday expressed displeasure over "no show" by lawyers or representatives of political parties which had been asked to appear in the hearing on public interest litigations against illegal hoardings, banners and posters in public places.
Taking a serious view of continued erection of digital banners along road sides and on pavements in the city despite its orders, the Madras High Court has directed the authorities to remove them and file a report by tomorrow.
Criticised for the hoardings that have mushroomed in Bihar`s capital announcing JD(U)`s `Adhikar Rally,` Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday ordered removal of those around statues of great personalities.
The BJP has put up hoardings in several parts of the city asking the Delhi government the reasons behind withholding for nearly four years the file pertaining to parliament attack convict Afzal Guru`s mercy petition.