SC: In a writ under Article 226 subsequent events can be taken note of

The Hon’ble Supreme Court, on 19th March 2020, in the matter of Ram Chandra Prasad Singh Sharad Yadav pronounced that in a writ petition under Article 226 subsequent events can be taken note of for varied purposes.

The Hon’ble Supreme Court observed that:

An event or a conduct of a person even though subsequent to passing of an order of Speaker or Chairman ordinarily may not be relevant for determining the validity of the order of the Speaker or Chairman but in a case where subsequent event or conduct of member is relevant with respect to state of affairs as pertaining to the time when member has incurred disqualification, that subsequent events can be taken into consideration by the High Court in exercise of its jurisdiction under Article 226. (Para 15)

In a writ petition under Article 226 subsequent events can be taken note of for varied purposes. (Para 17)

Copy of judgement: Judgement_19-Mar-2020

-Adv. Tushar Kaushik

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