The Delhi government had received a complaint by two club members, alleging that close to 100 trees were felled without permission. The complaint said that the allegations made were substantiated during the investigation.
The question civil society activists have been asking since the Tailin Lyngdoh incident is: given that DGC cannot probably survive without government benevolence, does this not make it a ‘public authority’? And, if that is the case, how can it have rules that are essentially unconstitutional?
The signatories described the June 26 incident in which Tailin Lyngdoh, a Khasi woman was thrown out of the elite Delhi Golf Club as one that violated provisions of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act
The two pieces of fabric are embroidered (festooned) at the bottom and made to size. The Jainsem is worn over a skirt/petticoat and blouse. Some women wear it ankle length; others wear it just below their knees.