A writ Petition was filled by the Petitioner Satyendra Kumar Construction Pvt. Ltd. having its registered office at 202, Hira Enclave, New Dak Bunglow Road, P.S. Kotwali, District Patna through its Director Satyendra Kumar, aged about 60 Years, Male, Son of Sri Bhagwan Das, resident of 202, Hira Enclave, New Dak Bunglow Road, P.S. Kotwali, District – Patna against The State of Bihar through the Chief Secretary, Government of Bihar, Patna and Ors. The decision in the Satyendra Kumar Construction Pvt. Ltd. (CWJC No.4318 of 2022) was upheld by HONOURABLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE and HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE S. KUMAR.
FACTS OF THE CASE:
This case was a Writ Petition filled under Article 226 of ‘The Constitution of India’. With this Petition the Petitioner (Satyendra Kumar) sought an appropriate relief, writ, rule or direction quashing the decision served by the Technical Bid Evaluation Committee, Rural Works Department, on 3rd of March 2022, whereby the petitioner’s Technical Bid has been rejected on a nonest ground that the firm is debarred. The petitioner also asked for the Direction upon the Respondents to open the financial bid of the petitioner and further Award the contract if the petitioner is otherwise eligible. Adding to that a they also asked the court to declare the Office order that has debarred the petitioner from participating in the future contracts has become inoperative on account of the fact that the work awarded to the petitioner has already been completed. and at last a restraining order to the respondent from finalizing the Tender and creating any third party rights during the pendency of the present writ petition was sought.
The bench after analyzing the matter held that this cases does not have any demand or refusal. Thus, no ground whatsoever is shown here for the issue of any writ, order, or direction under Article 226 of the Constitution and conseqntly the petition was dismissed on certain conditions which include, application before competent authority by the Petitioner within a period of four wweeks. Speedy disposal of the matter by the concerned authority. To comply with the principle of natural justice etcetera.
JUDGEMENT REVIEWED BY- AKANKSHA