A division bench of Justices A S Oka and Riyaz Chagla was hearing a public interest litigation filed by a lawyer, Owais Pechkar, raising the issue of bad condition of roads and potholes between Panvel and Goa on the National Highway- 66 every year during monsoons.
The court had last week directed the NHAI and the state government to file affidavits stating by when it would repair the highway.
In their affidavits, they said they would repair the potholes and make the highway traffic worthy by September 5.
The court accepted the affidavits and posted the petition for further hearing on September 10 by when the NHAI and the government will have to file compliance reports.
He also said that several more people were likely to travel on the stretch in the coming months during the upcoming Ganpati festival.
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