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Takan Lal & Another v. State Of U.P. Thru' Secy. & Others - WRIT - C No. 2422 of 2006  RD-AH 940 (13 January 2006)
Hon. S. K. Singh, J.
It appears that this writ petition has been filed with the sole grievance that respondent bank inspite of passing of orders twice by this court in writ petition No. 46512 of 2003 and writ petition No. 51085 of 2004 has not supplied statement of account to the petitioner on account of which he is not able to clear of the dues.
After hearing learned counsel for the petitioner and Sri Sahai, learned Counsel who appears for the respondent bank the complaint appears to be prima facie not acceptable for the simple reason that this court cannot presume such kind of boldness on the part of the respondent bank not to issue statement of account inspite of orders having been passed by this court twice. Things may be otherwise. As on today this court is not in a position to record any finding in this respect either in favour of the petitioner or against the respondents. Be as it may, if the contention of the petitioner is treated to be correct, this is a very serious matter and respondent bank has to take care of it.
Be as it may, instead of going into various technical aspects and intervening into probe in respect to correctness of the averment so made in the writ petition, this court disposes of this writ petition with the hope that if petitioner appears before the respondent bank along with certified copy of this order and if nothing is to be complied on his part in terms of the two orders of this court and statement of account has not been made available to him or even if it was already supplied, a fresh statement of account may be given to him within a period of three weeks from his appearance before respondent bank along with certified copy of this order so that petitioner's desire to clear of the dues may be fulfilled. It is made clear this court neither extended time in any manner in deposit of the amount nor has made any observation against the conduct of the respondent bank as on today there is nothing to record any finding in this respect.
With the aforesaid observation with pious hope, as indicated above, this writ petition stands disposed of.
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