New Delhi: The Archaeological Survey of India and the Delhi Development Authority was directed by the High Court to remove all encroachment in the Mehrauli Archaeological Park.
The park, spread over 100 acres, has structures like Quli Khan’s tomb, Balban’s Tomb, Maulana Jamali’s mosque and tomb and Rajon ki baoli as well as several minor monuments.
The bench of Justice Badar Durrez Ahmed and Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva also observed that immediate action was required with the nearby Qutub Minar also being in danger of encroachment.
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