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Dharam Raj Singh v. Union Bank Of India, Bhadohi & Another - WRIT - C No. 21367 of 1995  RD-AH 4396 (19 October 2005)
WP No. 21367 of 1995
HON'BLE YATIDNRA SINGH, J.
HON'BLE R.K. RASTOGI, J.
1. This writ petition was dismissed for default on 27.5.1999. The petitioner has filed an application to recall this order. Cause shown is sufficient. The order dated 27.5.1999 is recalled and the writ petition is heard on merits.
2. The petitioner has taken a loan from Union Bank of India. As the loan was not paid the recovery was issued against the petitioner. He filed writ petition no. 1153 of 1995 against this recovery. This writ petition was disposed of on 15.1.1995 with the observation that the petitioner may make a representation before the Bank. The petitioner had filed representation which was rejected on 15.2.1995. Hence the present writ petition.
3. We have heard counsel for the petitioner and standing counsel for the respondents. The respondents have also filed their counter affidavit and in para-17 of the counter affidavit, it has been stated that the petitioner is employing 20 skilled labourers and as such is not entitled for Agricultural and Rural Debt Relief Scheme, 1990. There is nothing to show that he is entitled to rebate under the scheme. There is no merit in the writ petition. It is dismissed.
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