Another authority from hon’ble Supreme Court wherein it was held that,
K.D. Sharma Vs Steel Authority Of India Ltd. and Ors. on July 09, 2008
the appellant has not come forward with all the facts. He has chosen to state facts in the manner suited to him by giving an impression to the Writ Court that an instrumentality of State (SAIL) has not followed doctrine of natural justice and fundamental principles of fair procedure. This is not proper. Hence, on that ground alone, the appellant cannot claim equitable relief.
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