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Anubhav K Choudhary & Ors. Union of India & Ors.

Head Note

Constitution of India, 1950  - Article 226

Withdrawal of Writ Petition - To File Representation - High Court granted indulgence to the appellant to file the representation to the NTPC for ventilating his grievance - Same time passed an order that the appellants will have no liberty to move the High Court again for the same cause of action raised therein - No justifiable reason to deny the appellant from taking recourse to the legal remedies to prosecute his grievance in a Court of law in relation to the dispute, which is the subject matter of the representation in case if occasion arises in future - Impugned order, which deprives the appellant to move to the Court again in the event his representation is decided against him by the NTPC set aside - Appellant granted further liberty to take recourse to all legal remedies, as may be available to him in law, by approaching appropriate Court to ventilate his grievance, if occasion arises, in relation to the dispute for which he is granted liberty by the High Court to file the representation.

Topic(s)-Withdrawal of Writ Petition - Liberty to Move Court again - Liberty granted

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