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Delhi HC Quashes Delisting Order Issued by Railways Without Show Cause Notice - (10 Dec 2021)

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Delhi High Court has quashed a delisting order issued to an entity by the Railways without any show cause notice and reasonable opportunity to defend itself observing that the same cannot be sustained in law. The Court has observed that the High Court can exercise its jurisdiction under Article 226 in such cases where the impugned order is ex facie issued contrary to the guidelines of the Railways and also in violation of principles of natural justice.

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