India not totalitarian, government does not have blanket control over all institutions: Calcutta High Court

The Court made the observation while holding that the employees of two District Central Cooperative Banks cannot be compelled to perform election duties.
Calcutta High Court
Calcutta High Court

The government of India does not have a blanket power over every institution under the sun in India, the Calcutta High Court remarked recently while holding that employees of two district cooperative banks cannot be compelled to perform election duties [Malda District Central Cooperative Bank Employees Association vs ECI].

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