Having heard counsel for the parties and on perusal of the record, Calcutta High Court division bench noted that counsel for the petitioner could not point out that the candidates have fundamental right to demand the question papers in a particular language.
Having regard to the fact that it is a petition filed in the public interest and also considering the nature of controversy involved in the matter, the Calcutta High Court declined the prayer for withdrawal.
Calcutta High Court while disposing of a PIL filed by one Sandip Modak directed the Additional District Magistrate, Hooghly and District Land & Land Reforms Officer (DL&LRO), Hooghly to decide the representation of the petitioner on the issue of grant of patta in favour of the private respondent.
Calcutta High Court while hearing petition directed the State government to ensure disbursal of adequate funds within Six weeks and came down heavily on the SLSA for not having enough funds to provide compensation to victims as per the West Bengal Victim Compensation Scheme, 2017.
Calcutta High Court disposed of a PIL filed by Niranjan Sen and directed the District Magistrate, Cooch Behar (Panchayat & RD Section) to decide the representation of the Petitioner raising the grievance that under various schemes of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, 2005
Calcutta High Court disposed the PIL of the student of Durganagar Bholanath Siksha Niketan alleging that Managing Committee of the school regarding irregularities in distributing the mid-day meals filling vacant posts building grants, books allotment, dress allotment and Sarba Siksha Abhijan, etc.
Calcutta High Court division bench disposed the PIL filed by Haradhan Ghosh and others directed the District Magistrate, Murshidabad to duly consider the representation of the petitioners and take an appropriate decision on the matter of agricultural land situated at Mouza Binkar.