Lakshadweep Draft Regulations: Centre May Decide Whether To Accept Objections Submitted After Time-Limit, Says Kerala High Court

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Lakshadweep Draft Regulations: Centre May Decide Whether To Accept Objections Submitted After Time-Limit, Says Kerala High Court

Case: Mohammed Sadique vs The Administrator, Union Territory Of Lakshadweep

Coram: Mr. Justice A.Muhamed Mustaque & Dr. Justice Kauser Edappagath

Case No: WP(C) NO. 11591 OF 2021

Court Observation: “It is for the Ministry to consider the suggestions, comments, objections, etc as raised against the draft Regulations. Nothing would prevent the Ministry from entertaining any of the suggestions if it is worth consideration. It may not be proper for this Court to direct the Central Government or the Administrator to accept any suggestion or comments. However, in any system of governance, the Government would be eager to consider any such suggestion which may ultimately enable the Government to formulate their own decisions while granting approval of draft Regulations. Therefore, it is for the Central Government to consider whether any suggestions, comments or objections to be made by the petitioner or any person have to be accepted or not after the expiry of the time in the notification”,

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