OUDH SUGAR MILLS LTD. Vs. UNION OF INDIA
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
OUDH SUGAR MILLS LTD.
UNION OF INDIA
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R.SUBHASH REDDY,J. -
(1.)These Civil Appeals are filed by the petitioner in Writ Petition No.6732 of 1986 filed before the High
Court of Judicature at Allahabad, Lucknow Bench,
Lucknow, aggrieved by the judgment and order dated
18.07.2006 and further order dated 11.09.2007 passed in Review Petition No.253 of 2006. By the aforesaid
orders, the High Court has dismissed the Writ Petition
and Review Petition respectively filed by the appellant
(2.)The appellant is a public limited company namely Oudh Sugar Mills Ltd., situated at Hargaon, District
Sitapur in the State of Uttar Pradesh. The appellant
company invoked the jurisdiction of the High Court
under Article 226 of the Constitution of India by
seeking the following reliefs:
"(i) Issue a writ, order or direction in the nature of mandamus directing the opposite parties to place the petitioners' sugar factory in East U.P. Zone for the purposes of the Sugar (Price Determination for 1984- 85 production) Order, 1984 and Sugar (Price Determination for 1985-86 Production) Order, 1985;
(ii) Issue a writ, order or direction in the nature of mandamus directing the opposite parties to permit the petitioner company to realise the price of their levy sugar as admissible to the sugar factories in the East U.P. Zone under the Sugar (Price Determination for 1984-85 Production) Order, 1984 and Sugar Price Determination for 1985- 86 Production) Order, 1985 and direct the opposite parties to further continue to place the petitioners sugar factory along with the other sugar factories of district Sitapur in the Uttar Pradesh east zone and may further direct the opposite parties to pay the petitioners the price of levy sugar as per the price applicable for sugar factories in the Uttar Pradesh east zone;
(iii) Declare Section 3(2)(f) and Section 3 (3c) of the Essential Commodities Act, 1955 as ultra vires of Article 14 and 19(1)(g) of the Constitution of India;
(iv) Issue any other writ order or direction as the nature of case may warrant;
(v) Issue an ad interim order in favor of the petitioners;
(vi) Award the cost of the case to the petitioners."
(3.)As the appellant did not press for relief on the declaration sought on the validity of Section 3(2)(f)
and 3(3c) of the Essential Commodities Act, 1955, the
High Court did not go into the same as such.
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