Yes Bank writ petition seeking directions to NCLT for urgent hearing not maintainable: DishTV to Bombay High Court

DishTV submitted that the plea filed by Yes Bank was a writ petition which is a public law remedy and issued only against State and its authorities and not against a private company.
Yes Bank and DishTV
Yes Bank and DishTV

The plea by Yes Bank seeking directions to the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), Mumbai to hear and dispose of its urgent application to convene an extra-ordinary general meeting (EGM) is not maintainable, DishTV submitted before the Bombay High Court.

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