In this landmark judgment by the full bench of Hon’ble Supreme Court, it was held that fundamental rights provided by Articles of Constitution are not silos in nature but are connected with one another.
The bench consisted of below judges, including the Hon’ble CJI.
- SHAH, J.C.
- SIKRI, S.M.
- SHELAT, J.M.
- BHARGAVA, VISHISHTHA
- MITTER, G.K.
- VAIDYIALINGAM, C.A.
- HEGDE, K.S.
- GROVER, A.N.
- RAY, A.N. (Dissenting Opinion)
- REDDY, P. JAGANMOHAN
- DUA, I.D.
As such it was held that it is declared that the Banking Companies (Acquisition and Transfer of Undertakings) Act 22 of 1969 is invalid and the action taken or deemed to be taken in exercise of the powers under the Act is declared unauthorised.Rustom Cavasjee Cooper vs Union Of India on 10 February, 1970
Citation: 1970 AIR 564, 1970 SCR (3) 530
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