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Technicality   in   the   procedural   law   is   not available  as  a  defence  when  a  matter  of  grave  public importance  is  for  consideration  before  the  court: Patna High Court.

This case was filled by Kumar  Ram  Ranjan  Singh  Son  of  Late  Parmeshwar  Singh,  Resident  of Village- Jit  Jhingoi, Police  Station- Khaira,  District- Jamui against the State of Bihar. The Judgment in Ranjan  Singh  v. THE State of Bihar (Citation: CWJC  No.5741  of  2020) wad passed by HONOURABLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE and                  HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE P. B. BAJANTHRI. 

FACTS OF THE CASE: 

This case was filled under Article 226 of the Constitution of India,  1950. Through this petition the petitioner seeks the court to issue the Writ in the nature of Mandamus asking the   respondents   to make payment   of   the   work   done   by the petitioner   along   with   interest   on the payment  to be  made.

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JUDGEMENT:

The Hon’ble Court after going through the facts and circumstances of the case accepted  and taken on record disposed of the Petition and held that the Petitioner   shall   approach   the   authority concerned  within  a  period  of  four  weeks  from  today  by filing a representation for  redressal  of  the grievance.  The  authority  concerned  shall  consider  and dispose  it  of  expeditiously  by  a  reasoned  and  speaking order  preferably  within  a  period  of  four  months  from  the date of  its  filing along with a copy  of  this  order.  Needless  to  add,  while  considering  such representation,   principles   of   natural   justice   shall   be followed  and  due  opportunity  of  hearing  afforded  to  the parties; Equally,  liberty  is  reserved  to  the  petitioner to   take  recourse  to  such  alternative  remedies  as  are otherwise  available  in accordance  with law.  At last the court reserved the Liberty    to   the   petitioner   to approach  the  Court,  if  the  need  so  rises  subsequently  on the same  and subsequent  cause  of  action.

This case was filled by Kumar Ram Ranjan Singh Son of Late Parmeshwar Singh, Resident of Village- Jit Jhingoi, Police Station- Khaira, District- Jamui against the State of Bihar. The Judgment in Ranjan Singh v. THE State of Bihar (Citation: CWJC No.5741 of 2020) wad passed by HONOURABLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE and HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE P. B. BAJANTHRI.

FACTS OF THE CASE:
This case was filled under Article 226 of the Constitution of India, 1950. Through this petition the petitioner seeks the court to issue the Writ in the nature of Mandamus asking the respondents to make payment of the work done by the petitioner along with interest on the payment to be made.

JUDGEMENT:
The Hon’ble Court after going through the facts and circumstances of the case accepted and taken on record disposed of the Petition and held that the Petitioner shall approach the authority concerned within a period of four weeks from today by filing a representation for redressal of the grievance. The authority concerned shall consider and dispose it of expeditiously by a reasoned and speaking order preferably within a period of four months from the date of its filing along with a copy of this order. Needless to add, while considering such representation, principles of natural justice shall be followed and due opportunity of hearing afforded to the parties; Equally, liberty is reserved to the petitioner to take recourse to such alternative remedies as are otherwise available in accordance with law. At last the court reserved the Liberty to the petitioner to approach the Court, if the need so rises subsequently on the same and subsequent cause of action.

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