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State of U.P. & Anr. Vs. M/s. AL Faheem Meetex P. Ltd. & Anr.

Head Note

Constitution of India, 1950  - Article 14 , Article 226

Tender - Judicial Review - Mandamus - Decision making process had not reached any finality and there was no acceptance of the bid of respondent No.1 by the Competent Authority - No right (much less enforceable right) accrued to respondent No.1 - In such a situation, there was no question of giving any notice or hearing to respondent No.1 - Impugned order passed by the High Court liable to be set aside - Notice inviting tenders of RFQ was published way back on May 26, 2010 - Almost six years have passed - With this passage of time, it becomes all the more important to have fresh tendering for establishment of 'New Modern Slaughter House', by giving wide publicity.

Topic(s)-Tender -Judicial Review - Fresh tenders allowed

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