Bombay High Court disposes of PIL seeking inquiry in allotment of tender for putting up advertisement hoardings

The Bombay High Court disposed of a Public Interest Litigations (PILs) filed seeking for getting an inquiry conducted in respect of allotment of tender by the Chief Officer (respondent no.2) concerning putting up of advertisement hoardings. 

The petitioner has already represented the authorities, including the Directorate of Municipal Administration, bringing to their notice the alleged irregularities.

Having regard to the nature of grievances raised in this PIL petition, the Division Bench of Chief Justice Devendra Kumar Upadhyaya and Justice Arif S Doctor provide that the petitioner may make an exhaustive representation to the Directorate of Municipal  Administration taking all the pleas which may be available to him and enclosing therewith all the documents on which the petitioner intends to rely. 

Such representation shall be made by the petitioner within a fortnight from April 03. In case the representation under this order is made by the petitioner, the Court directed that the same shall be considered and appropriate decision and action, which may be warranted under law, may also be taken by the Directorate of Municipal Administration or any other competent authority of the State Government.

The Court clarified  that in case any action is proposed, the parties, which are likely to be affected, may also be afforded appropriate opportunity of being heard.

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