There cannot be overarching State control over self-governed public trusts: Supreme Court

A three-judge Bench of UU Lalit, S Ravindra Bhat and Bela M Trivedi held that in case of public charities and trusts, the aim of public control is to ensure that the trust is administered efficiently and smoothly.
There cannot be overarching State control over self-governed public trusts: Supreme Court
UU Lalit, Ravindra Bhat and Bela Trivedi

The Supreme Court on Friday held that there cannot be overarching State control over public trusts and the government instrumentalities cannot dictate what decisions can be taken and what cannot be taken in the context of such trusts [Parsi Zoroastrian Anjuman, Mhow v. The Sub Divisional Officer/The Registrar Of Public Trusts].

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