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A division bench of Justice S.
Ravindra Bhat and Justice Rekha Palli asked both the governments to file affidavits on the steps taken on the issue.
The court's direction came after Delhi government's counsel Rahul Mehra said it had forwarded a decision to regularise unauthorised colonies in the national capital to the central government but the latter had not taken any decision even after a lapse of one year.
The court was hearing public interest litigations on alleged rampant illegal constructions in the Sainik Farms here.
Further heading in the matter will take place on May 30.
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