CRZ norms: DLF rules out any violation


Real estate major DLF has said that it is awaiting the full text of the order so as to get a detailed understanding of the matter, after which it will take appropriate remedial measures in consultation with its legal counsel.

In a statement here on Monday, the company said it had full faith in the legal system of the country and it had not committed any violation. Its actions had been consistent with various approvals that had been obtained by due application of proper process, and as had been endorsed by authorities concerned in various forums from time to time.

The company claimed that in the case of “Riverside” project at Chilavanoor, all required approvals such as building permit, NOC from Pollution Control Board, Fire and Rescue Services, Naval Airport, and orders of environment- cum- CRZ clearance had been taken.

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