After unrest, Mumbai's Aarey Milk Colony back to normalcy
| Wednesday | 9th October, 2019
Four days after a clash broke out between green activists and police over cutting of trees in Aarey Milk Colony paving way for Metro car shed, normalcy returned in the area on Tuesday.
Nivedita, a resident of Aarey Milk Colony said that the barricades have been removed and the people are now roaming freely.
On Tuesday, the cops removed the prohibitory orders hence paving way for normalcy in and around Aarey Colony.
Meanwhile, the milk producers who were not allowed to enter Aarey Milk Colony were also allowed to enter the area on Tuesday.
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta assured the bench that no trees will be further cut in the Aarey Colony.
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