HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE RAJIV SAHAI ENDLAW
1. The petition impugns the order dated 30th September, 2014 of the
respondents no.1&2 East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) de-barring
the petitioner from the panel of respondents EDMC for a period of five years
from the date of issue of the order (less the period of four months and 21
days i.e. from 7th November, 2013 to 28th March, 2014 for which the
petitioner had remained de-barred earlier).
2. The petition challenging the de-barring order was filed and re-filed on
13th February, 2015 and 13th March, 2015 respectively and came up first
before this Court on 18th March, 2015 when none appeared on behalf of the
petitioner and the petition was adjourned to 21st July, 2015. On 21st July,
2015, being prima facie of the view that the matter was purely contractual
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and entailed disputed questions of fact and that the remedy by way of a writ
petition under Article 226 of the Constitution of India is not available to the
petitioner, the counsel for the petitioner was heard at length and judgment
reserved. None appeared for the respondents EDMC on advance notice.
Though the judgment went on the back burner for long but it may be
recorded that the petitioner, its counsel at no time in the interregnum
mentioned the matter.
Source: Indian Kanoon