On how to deal with writ cases filed on the wrong administrative side: Calcutta High Court issues guidelines

Justice Shekhar B Saraf passed a ruling to this effect, while dealing with a writ petition found to have been filed erroneously on the original side.
Justice Shekhar B Saraf, Calcutta High Court
Justice Shekhar B Saraf, Calcutta High Court

The filing of a writ petition or an application under Article 226 of the Constitution on the wrong administrative side (original/ appellate) of the High Court would not by itself become a ground for dismissal, the Calcutta High Court has ruled (Susmita Gayen v. The State of West Bengal & Others.)

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