High Court Stay Order on Ramdev’s 4500 Acres Patanjali Land: Allahabad High Court has ordered the maintenance of the stay status quo on 4,500 acres given to Patanjali Yog Limited attached to Swami Ramdev to establish a food park in Noida. On Tuesday, the High Court asked the Yamuna Expressway Authority whether Ramdev, any of his associates or his company was allotted the land in an indirect way to set up food parks? Giving the authorities one day’s time, the court said that the matter will be heard on Wednesday. A person named Asaf Khan had filed a petition in the High Court and questioned the allotment of land to Patanjali. It was said in the petition that cutting of 600 trees on this land would harm the environment. On behalf of the High Court, any kind of construction on this land has already been banned.
High Court Stay Order on Ramdev’s 4500 Acres Patanjali Land: In this case, the Government and Yamuna Expressway Authority has been enticed by mutual contradictory claims. The UP government says that authorities have cut off 300 trees from this land, while the authorities say that they did not cut any tree. Gautam Buddha Nagar (Noida) district collector filed an affidavit on behalf of the UP government and said that he went on the spot and noticed that some green plants that were planted recently have been eroded. The court dismissed DM’s plea after referring to those pictures which were showing huge trees.
Stay Order on Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali 4500 Acers Land: The supplementary affidavits filed in the court seem to be lifting trees with the help of JCB machine. On August 29, the Yamuna Expressway Authority had told the court that if the trees were even uprooted on the disputed land, then it has not been done on the directions of this Authority. During the hearing on the matter, Justice Tarun Agarwal and Justice Ajay Bhanot, the division bench said that this case is being tried to cover.
Stay Order on Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali 4500 Acers Land: Patanjali has made a great entry into the Indian market as a brand. In May of this year, Ramdev had told that Patanjali’s turnover has been Rs 10,561 crore and the profits are growing at 100 per cent.