The Madras High Court, in a bid to check monopoly of licensed catering stalls in railway stations, has refused to stall a public tender process adopted by the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) for providing new licences to such stalls.
A division bench of Justice Huluvadi G Ramesh and Justice M Dhandapani dismissed a plea by a woman whose husband runs 11 stalls in various railways stations.
The woman had sought a direction to the railways to renew her husband’s licence for setting up stalls in Erode Station. Read More
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