The Bombay High Court on Wednesday said it needs the Maharashtra government and the Mumbai municipal body not to permit the iconic Shivaji Park, announced a hush zone, here for parking vehicles from next year amid Ganesh immersion and locate an option site.
As the sprawling ground in Dadar, Central Mumbai, has been proclaimed a quiet zone by the HC, it can be utilized just for games and no other reason. The HC's authorization is required if the ground is utilized for social or different occasions.
Subsequently, the administration and Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) move the HC consistently to look for consent for parking of vehicles at Shivaji Park amid Ganesh immersion. This year, as well, they did likewise.
A seat headed by Justice Abhay Oka today asked the legislature and BMC to give an endeavor that it would locate an option plot of area next year to park vehicles amid Ganesh immersion.
The seat was listening to separate applications recorded by BMC and the administration looking for consent to permit parking of vehicles at the ground amid the Ganeshotsav which begins from September 5.
Amid the 10-day celebration, many Ganesh icons are drenched into the ocean by individual family units and sarvajanak mandals (open associations).
The seat watched that before considering the supplications, it would take an endeavor from them (the legislature and BMC) that they would locate an option place for parking of vehicles from 2017 onwards.
The matter has been posted for listening to today.