PIL: A Necessity in Protection and Preservation of Environment

Rachna Kumari and Sagrika Pradhan
KIIT School of Law, Bhuvneshwar, India.

Volume I – Issue I, 2020

“This litigation should not be treated as the usual adversarial litigation. Petitioners are acting in aid of a purpose high on the national agenda. Petitioners concern for the environment, ecology and the wildlife should be shared by the government.”[1]

The fundamental aim behind each research paper is to recognize the current situation and study the nature and degree of till date advancements in different ecological sculptures through different laws and shows and different issues in regards to the court choice and legal procedure. This paper incorporates job of officials and different enactments identified with Environment Protection and preservation in India. It further sets the stage to banter about legal methodology with uncommon reference to Public Interest Litigation and the landmark judgement by Judiciary of India. At last the paper gives certain proposal explored through exploration for additional improvement in the area of Environment Protection and preservation in India and the role of Public Interest Litigation in it.

[1] Tarun Bharat Sangh, Alwar v. Union of India, 1993 SCR (3) 21


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