Rupee Symbol : Delhi High Court Granted Last Chance To Government To File Its Response

Thursday, October 11, 2012

In resent hearing on Public Interest Litigation, [WP(C) 2449] which said there is corruption involved in conducting rupee symbol and others symbol public competitions Delhi High Court, yet again slammed government for failing to respond in court.

In its October 3, 2012 order hon'ble High Court said "last opportunity is granted to the respondent to file the counter affidavit. Let the same be filed within six weeks."

In April this year, The Delhi High Court sought a response from the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) with in four weeks on a petition (Public Interest Litigation, WP(C) 2449.) which said there is corruption, manipulations, favoritism, omissions of the govt. officials and state agencies and violations of settled principles of rule of law and provisions of the Constitutional and of the Official Language Act 1963 in conducting rupee symbol and others symbol public competitions.Read more

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