The Supreme Court’s directives on issues pertaining to public welfare often fail to result in immediate government action. Records show that many central ministries either file replies explaining why the orders haven’t been complied with or seek extensions to the deadlines. In several instances, the directives hang between extended deadlines and consecutive “status reports” explaining non-compliance.
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