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[12/16, 09:39] Sekarreporter1: https://twitter.com/sekarreporter1/status/1339060122119618560?s=08 [12/16, 09:40] Sekarreporter1: DMK MLA V. Senthil Balaji has moved Madras HC alleging lack of transparency in the ongoing electoral roll revision process. Seeks a direction to TN Chief Electoral Officer to follow ECI guidelines. Justices M. Sathyanarayanan and P. Rajamanickam to hear the case today @THChennai
by Sekar Reporter · Published December 16, 2020
Judgment of the Court was delivered by N.KIRUBAKARAN, J) “LET US NOT HAVE INSATIABILITY TO GRAB OTHER’S HOUSING AMENITY” “HOUSING FOR ALL” is the mission. “ADEQUATE HOUSING” is one of the most basic human needs and necessities. Housing should be available to everyone in the world. “ADEQUATE HOUSING” is defined within the Global Strategy as “Adequate privacy, Adequate space, Adequate security, Adequate lighting and ventilation, Adequate basic infrastructure and Adequate location with regard to work and basic facilities – all at a reasonable cost.” 2.”Homelessness” is a major problem in India. UNESCO defines homelessness as follows: “When we are talking about housing, we are not just talking about four walls and a roof. The right to adequate housing is about security of tenure, affordability, access to services and cultural adequacy. It is about protection from forced eviction and displacement, fighting homelessness, poverty and exclusion”. India defines “Homelessness” as those who do not live in Census houses, but rather stay on pavements, roadsides, railway platforms, staircases, temples, streets, in pipes, or other open spaces
by Sekar Reporter · Published February 4, 2020