Delhi High Court directs NCDRC to pronounce reserved judgments, orders in a time-bound manner

The Court also ordered that when pronouncement does not take place within six months of being reserved, an application filed by either party ought to be listed before the President, NCDRC within two days.

The Delhi High Court has directed the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) to pronounce reserved judgments/orders in a time bound manner as prescribed by the Supreme Court in Anil Rai v State of Bihar [Sandhya Srivastava vs Dr Neelam Mishra].

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