[Land Acquisition] Private interest has to give way to larger public interest even if there are minor discrepancies: Allahabad High Court

The Court said that once a project of public importance has begun and has been significantly completed then setting aside such acquisition would not be in larger public interest.
Rajesh Bindal with Allahabad High Court
Rajesh Bindal with Allahabad High Court

The Allahabad High Court recently refused to quash a land acquisition notification for construction of a railway bridge even as it noted the minor discrepancies in the process [Prabha Shukla v/s State of Uttar Pradesh and ors.].

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