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New Delhi: The Supreme Court asked Friday if the Centre would create an all-India environment management service (AIEMS) according to recommendations of a high-ranking committee headed by TSR Subramanian, ex-cabinet secretary. However, there were still doubts about the Court’s jurisdiction to enter into such a highly opinionated thicket.
A bench of Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul & MM Sundresh issued notice to Centre on a petition by Samarvijay Singh. K Sultan Singh was the senior advocate and argued that Subramanian’s recommendations for setting up a National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), and a state EMA to oversee the implementation of environmental protection actions in all projects at ground level would go a long distance in stopping the constant assault on the environment, forests, and forests that pose a great threat to the country.
Justice Kaul’s initial reaction to PIL “Do we take over governance?” was mended by Justice Sundresh, who initiated a lengthy discussion. Finally, the bench stated that though it is uncertain whether any mandamus (by Supreme Court) can be issued, but they are still examining whether the Centre has accepted the recommendations of Subramanian.
Counsel stated that governments are not serious about protecting the environment and that every green jurisprudence and step for protecting the environment has been developed by SC, which has passed a series orders and judgments over the years.
Subramanian had submitted its report to climate change ministry on November 18, 2014.
It had recommended single window environmental clearance for A-category Projects through NEMA, and B-category Projects through SEMA.
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