Courts cannot shut its eyes to apparent errors; only ostrich donning judicial robes will hide its head in sand: Madras High Court

The Court directed the to award an extra mark to a woman candidate, who despite selecting the right answer had lost a mark, because the question setters had decided on the incorrect option as correct answer.
Justice GR Swaminathan
Justice GR Swaminathan

The Madras High Court recently said that though courts normally refrain from interfering with the opinions of expert bodies, if such opinion was demonstrably wrong, courts must not keep their eyes shut to such error. 

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