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RAJESH KUMAR v DISTRICT COLLECTOR,NAGAUR & ORS. - CW Case No. 5298 of 2004  RD-RJ 1076 (25 May 2005)
S.B. CIVIL WRIT PETITION NO.5298/2004
Rajesh Kumar. Vs. District Collector, Nagaur and others.
Date : 25.5.2005
HON'BLE MR. PRAKASH TATIA, J.
Mr. GR Punia, for the petitioner.
Mr. Rameshwar Dave, Dy.GA, for the respondents
Heard learned counsel for the parties.
Learned counsel for the respondents orally submitted that the petitioner has suppressed the important material fact from this Court that he has already filed a suit for getting appropriate relief with respect to the controversy which is the controversy in this writ petition.
According to learned counsel for the respondents, there are allegations that the petitioner interpolated Annex.6.
It is submitted that the shop in question was never allotted to the petitioner and the petitioner is taking help of a letter issued by the Additional District
Collector, Deedwana requesting the Executive Engineer,
P.W.D., Deedwana to assess the rent of the premises because the above premises was proposed for allotment to the petitioner. It is also submitted that the letter has been interpolated by changing the words from to be allotted to allotted i.e. "dee jani hay" to "dee jati hay".
Learned counsel for the petitioner vehemently submitted that no reply in writing has been filed by the respondents and the allegations levelled against the petitioner are false one.
Be it as it may be. The fact remains is that learned counsel for the petitioner admits that the suit has been filed by the petitioner for this very dispute. In view of the above, the petitioner could have claimed all relief in the suit and has no right to bifurcate relief under the provisions of Order 2 Rule 2 C.P.C. Not only this, there is no reason for the petitioner to suppress this important material fact from this Court as nothing has been said in the writ petition about filing of the suit by the petitioner.
In view of the above fact of suppression of important material fact and seeking remedy before the civil court, the writ petition deserves to be dismissed and hence, dismissed.
(PRAKASH TATIA), J.
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