The notice  issued by Bihar  State  Food  and  Civil  Supplies Corporation  Limited on 8th July 2020 has outlived its life. Thus it need not to be adjudicate  upon: Patna High Court.  

This case was filled by Meera  Chaturwedi,  Female,  aged  about  42  years,  Wife  of  Suresh  Chandra Chaturvedi,  proprietor  of  M/S  Shubham  Chawal  Udyog  Rice  Mill,  resident  of Village  – Ramgarh,  P.S. Ramgarh,  District  – Kaimur  (Bhabhua) against the State of Bihar. The Judgment in Meera Chaturwedi Vs. The State of Bihar (Citation: CWJC  No.14  of  2021) was served by HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE RAJAN GUPTA and            HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE MOHIT  KUMAR  SHAH.


In this case the  petitioner  has  challenged  the  public  notice  which appeared  in  the newspaper  ‘Hindustan’  dated  8th  July, 2020 which was issued by Bihar  State Food  and  Civil  Supplies Corporation Limited  (BSFC).  This notice proposed  to put  on  auction sale the  respective property  pledged  by  one defaulter named Millers including  that  of  the  petitioner  in light  of  orders  dated  28.02.2017 and 13.08.2018   passed   by   the   Hon’ble Supreme   Court   in SLP(Crl.)  No.  1779 of  2016  and  SLP(Crl.)  No.  9196  of  2017 respectively

However, the  respondents  have not  put the  pledged  property  on  auction  sale which according to the Notice was 28th July,  2020.


The court after going through the arguments disposed of the petition and held that since the  auction  sale  has  not taken place  till  date. The  impugned notice  has  thus  outlived  its  life and hence the  Court  need not  adjudicate upon the same.


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