Banners will be welcome in Chennai to welcome PM Modi and Chinese President Jinping, High Court gives permission

Bilateral talks between PM Modi and Xi Jinping to be held in Chennai on October 11 and 12.

Bilateral talks between PM Modi (narendra modi) and Chinese President Xi Jinping (Xi jinping) are scheduled on October 11 and 12 in Chennai. The Madras High Court has imposed a ban on roadside banners and hoardings in the state.

new Delhi. The Madras High Court has given a major verdict ahead of the bilateral talks between proposed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Chennai this month in Chennai. The Madras High Court has approved placing banners on the 60 km road from Chennai Airport to Mahabalipuram to welcome PM Modi and Xi Jinping. Let us know that bilateral talks are to be held between Chennai and Modi on October 11 and 12 in Chennai.

A bench of Justices M Satyanarayanan and Justice N Seshasayee heard a petition filed in the case. The bench said that permission is not required in this case as the banning of banners is only for political parties.

Let us tell you that the Commissioner of Municipal Administration on behalf of the Government of Tamil Nadu, filed a petition in the court, saying that permission was not given to place banners on behalf of various authorities in the state. Actually, banners and hoardings have been banned in Tamil Nadu after the death of a 23-year-old software engineer due to banners last month. On behalf of the government, the commissioner of the Municipal Administration had filed a petition seeking permission to welcome the two leaders by placing banners at the places marked by the High Court.

Last month, a 23-year-old software engineer died when she was going from a two-wheeler and an illegal hoarding fell over her. After this, a tanker passed over him. After this, the matter increased, the Madras High Court had banned the roadside hoarding and banners in the state and reprimanded the government.

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