Disobedience of court orders strikes at the root of rule of law: Delhi High Court holds party in contempt

Justice Subramonium Prasad opined that an undertaking given to the Court has to be respected and parties cannot be permitted to circumvent it.
Disobedience of court orders strikes at the root of rule of law: Delhi High Court holds party in contempt
Justice Subramonium Prasad, Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday held a party in civil contempt, observing that disobedience of court orders, if permitted, will result in striking at the root of the rule of law on which our system of governance is based [Indra Pasricha v. Deepika Chauhan & Ors].

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