MCD sealing resumed Wednesday with a S Delhi shopping plaza becoming the first target of the court-ordered drive.
The SC order to start sealing immediately has thrown MCD officials, police, government and the traders off balance.
The metro mess caused due to the SC's decision on sealing is likely to affect the academic calender of schools.
Nearly 120 traders have been arrested as preventive measure by Delhi Police in light of the sealing drive.
The decision to resume sealing from Wednesday was taken by the Supreme Court Monitoring Committee and the MCD.
Traders vent their anger against the sealing order on city buses, gheraoing an MCD office and clashing with police.
The Capital may plunge into chaos once again with the Supreme Court ordering resumption of the sealing drive.
Delhi may plunge into chaos once again with the Supreme Court ordering full-fledged resumption of the sealing drive.
Traders' body, Confederation of All India Traders, have called for a 24-hour Delhi bandh on Tuesday.
After the SC order to resume sealings immediately, the Group of Ministers has decided to go ahead with the order.
The traders are now pinning hope on the meeting of the Group of Ministers on the issue.
The Government fears resuming sealing may lead to violence in the Capital.
The Supreme Court will take a decision on the sealing of illegal shops in residential areas in the Capital.
The SC will hear another application filed by MCD seeking deferment of resumption of sealing of 40,000 shops in Delhi.
The Supreme Court Monitoring Committee has said that MCD sealing will resume from Friday, November 3.
Supreme Court-appointed committee gives Government breather, but doesnâ€™t say what would happen later.
Government says the Capital is tense and resuming campaign is not desirable; files plea in SC for traders.
Asks court to allow commercial establishments in residential areas beyond October 31.
Parts of the Capital were thrown into total chaos on third day of traders bandh.
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