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Sending a stern warning to state governments, a bench headed by Chief Justice HL Dattu said the states will have to face consequences if they fail to put shelter homes before the onset of winter.‘We will be very harsh to you if the shelter homes are not ready,’ the bench said.The bench was hearing a PIL filed by advocate E R Kumar alleging seeking its direction to governments to build shelter homes as many homeless people die due to cold in winter. Also Read – Need to understand why law graduate’s natural choice is not legal profession: CJIThe bench said that it will send court commissioners to find out whether the governments have set up night shelters or not.The apex court had earlier passed a series of orders for providing shelter to homeless people saying that right to shelter is a fundamental right.‘Nothing is more important for the State than to preserve and protect the lives of the most vulnerable, weak, poor and helpless people. The homeless people are constantly exposed to the risk of life while living on the pavements and the streets and the threat to life is particularly imminent in the severe and biting cold winter, especially in the northern India,’ the apex court had said.
The Swacch Bharat Abhiyan took a step forward in realising its goal of making the national Capital a much cleaner city. The Imperial Hotel in association with the New Delhi Municipal Corporation(NDMC) and the Rotary Club of Delhi Midtown organised the cleanliness drive on Tuesday.The aim of the event was to support the health, hygiene and sanitary conditions of the city, which culminated in The Imperial Hotel and the Rotary Club, donating 50 dustbins to the NDMC. The associates of the Imperial garbed in ‘Swacch Bharat Abhiyan’ campaign t-shirts, joined hands with the NDMC safai karamcharis and cleaned the periphery of the hotel as well as the adjoining Janpath bylanes ,while the members of the NDMC performed a street play based on the importance of health, hygiene and sanitation. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The event was attended by Dr PK Sharma (MOH), NDMC, as well the president of the Rotary Club, Bharat Joshi. Other senior officials as well as the former president of the Rotary Club, Virender Datta were present. The senior executive VP of the Imperial Hotel, Vijay Wanchoo said, “Health and cleanliness go hand in hand and it’s a responsibility of each individual in the country to contribute in this noble initiative.” He also emphasized the importance of taking an initiative from the grass root level as well as to encourage and promote neat and clean surroundings which would make the world a much cleaner and a better place.