Car-o-bar takes residents to court
They had had enough of the nuisance in their area — cars parked on the road with people boozing inside and women being teased.delhi Updated: May 25, 2009 23:38 IST
They had had enough of the nuisance in their area — cars parked on the road with people boozing inside and women being teased.
The residents of Block-E Greater Kailash-III finally moved Delhi High Court and sought shifting of the liquor vend at the residential shopping centre in Masjid Moth.
“Nuisance is created by customers of the liquor shops who consume liquor inside cars, side streets and adjoining areas,” Kamal Kumar, president of the resident welfare association said in the petition.
Lawyer Meera Bhatia who represented the police assured the court that everything would be done to maintain peace in the area. The judge directed the station house officer of Greater Kailash to take steps to maintain law and order and file a status report.