Design new buildings and facilities for the disabled

The bench also said the status quo presented today does not imply that people with disabilities can reach the general public nationwide.

CHENNAI: The Madras Supreme Court ruled on Monday that no public buildings and facilities were built or constructed or planned without access for the disabled.

The former chairman, Chief Justice, Sanjib Banerjee, and Judge, Senthilkumar Ramamurthy, passed the sentence, along with those in opposition, especially the Ministry of Public Works and its agencies, who are aware of government policies and regulations make sure to fully comply with the law.

The Court renders the central judgment following the PIL’s request in this regard.

The bench also said the status quo presented today does not imply that people with disabilities can reach the general public nationwide.

It is important that all public buildings, including courts, have access to people with disabilities.

Toilets should also be installed in public buildings that can be used by people with disabilities, the Register said.

If the report did not disclose the methods used or the number of services provided to people with disabilities, the Court requested a detailed report on the return of the case by Sept. 13.

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