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It also asked them to relocate the towers from a periphery of 500 meters from prisons, and those falling in 100 meter distance of ancient and archaeological heritage monuments.
Earlier on September 7, the Supreme Court had refused to interfere with a Rajasthan High Court's interim order to the state government to remove mobile phone towers from near the schools, hospitals and densely populated localities.
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"Even the Supreme Court has held that the radiations are hazardous and supported our view while rejecting the appeal filed against our interim order for relocation of towers away from schools."
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