SC to hear Campa Cola plea on 6 Jan, residents seek recall of earlier order

The court was told that the information about the payment of the penalty to the municipal corporation became available in response to an RTI query. The court was told this information was not available with the court in its earlier hearings.

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SC to hear Campa Cola plea on 6 Jan, residents seek recall of earlier order

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday said it would hear on January 6 the plea by Campa Cola flat owners seeking the recall of its earlier order asking them to vacate the flats built in violation of the sanctioned plan.

SC to hear Campa Cola plea on 6 Jan residents seek recall of earlier order

Campa Cola residents hug each other after the SC judgment. Sunainaa Chadha/Firstpost

The apex court bench headed by Justice HL Dattu directed the listing of the matter on January 6 after senior counsel Mukul Rohtagi told the court that the residents of the flats described as irregular have already paid their penalty to the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation to get the structure regularised.

The court was told that the information about the payment of the penalty to the municipal corporation became available in response to an RTI query. The court was told this information was not available with the court in its earlier hearings.

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