Builders violate with impunity the sanctioned building plans and indulge in deviations much to the prejudice of the planned development of the city and at the peril of the occupants of the premises constructed or of the inhabitants of the city at large. Serious threat is posed to ecology and environment and, at the same time, the infrastructure consisting of water supply, sewerage and traffic movement facilities suffers unbearable burden and is often thrown out of gear The provisions contained in various municipal laws for planned development of the areas to which such laws are applicable have been violated with impunity in all the cities, big or small, and those entrusted with the task of ensuring implementation of the master plan, etc., have miserably failed to perform their duties. It is highly regrettable that this is so despite the fact that this Court has, keeping in view the imperatives of preserving the ecology and environment of the area and protecting the rights of the citizens, repeatedly cautioned the concerned authorities against arbitrary regularization of illegal constructions by way of compounding and otherwise.
Check is the high court order reflects the building is totally demolished or not approved area is demolished?
Here the issue is builder change the approved plan and illegally constructed some areas. So the high court ordered may be to demolish the illegal constructions. You have three options .1. File damages and compensation from builder by approaching the Consumer court 2. File an appeal against the high court order 3. File a criminal complaint against the builder for cheating, criminal breach of trust. If the constructed area is the violation of law then the builder will be punished. Any person, who commences, undertakes or carries out development or institutes or changes the use of any land without obtaining the required permission or acts in violation of the permission originally granted or duly modified is liable to be punished with imprisonment for a term of at least one month, which may extend to three years.