The court is correct in ordering the State government to see that the resorts will be closed down immediately and once it happens, many other resorts will not come there keeping the experience of these people.
But, I fear that nothing much will be done. These resorts/firms would be directly or indirectly linked to powerful people in the locality or the state and after a few weeks, things would be back to normal.
On a similar note, Many of us hope the the SC will give a favorable decision on the issue of Lifting the ban on night traffic in Bandipur. The center wants it but the new CM and concerned environmentalists/people are opposing it.
Similarly, the government allocates licenses to pubs and bars/nigh clubs in residential areas, later on public have to approach the courts and get a closure notice on the same establishments.
Banners and cut outs are common in most cities we live-in. These are often by politicians or the rich announcing som event.In Bangalore, the High court has to pass an order to the municipal officers to get rid of the felxibanners and posters.
In Shimla, many lodges/guest houses built with the help of politicians and or officials who turned a blind eye.Later to be told by SC to demolish illegal resorts.
So, why do we need this dual role play by the Government officials? Why one arm allows things to happen and the other arm has to strike it down. It's like Pinching the baby and rocking the cradle. Do we really need it?