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Amirti Lal Bajaj v. The State Of U.P. Thru' Special Secretary & Others - WRIT TAX No. 210 of 2007 [2007] RD-AH 3131 (26 February 2007)

 

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HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE OF ALLAHABAD

Hon'ble Rajes Kumar, J.

Present writ petition arises from the revisional order challenging the cancellation of the licence for the shop of Munshiganj. It is stated that after the cancellation of the licence, the aforesaid shop has been settled in favour of third party. In these circumstances, no interim order can be granted in respect these shops.

Learned counsel for the petitioner further submitted that on the basis of the cancellation of the licence of the shop of Munshiganj, the licence for the other shops, namely, Agapur, Rasdandia, Kamariadda, Bilaspur and Mullakhera, Naugava, Param Mathkhera, Milak Khanam and Dhavani has also been cancelled and they are going to settle such shops and interim order is sought restraining the authorities not to settle the aforesaid shop in favour of third party. He submitted that the cancellation of the licence for the alleged discrepancies found in the shop of Munshiganj, the licence of Agapur, Rasdandia, Kamariadda, Bilaspur and Mullakhera, Naugava, Param Mathkhera, Milak Khanam and Dhavani shops can not be cancelled, inasmuch no discrepancy was found in such shops.

In my opinion, no such relief can be granted in the present writ petition. Order cancelling the licence of the aforesaid shops are not subject matter of dispute in the present writ petition. For such relief petitioner has to seek the remedy elsewhere.

Learned Standing Counsel prays for and is granted two weeks time to file counter affidavit. Rejoinder affidavit may be filed within one week thereafter.

Dt.26.02.07

R./210/07


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