Patna HC dismisses PIL Challenging provisions of 101st Constitutional Amendment for Enacting GST Laws [Read Order]

The dismissal of the petition was accompanied by a decision not to impose costs, citing the petitioner's enthusiasm as the reason behind the filing
Patna High Court - PIL dismissal - Constitutional Amendment - GST laws - GST - Writ petition - taxscan

In a recent development, a writ petition challenging Sections 2, 9, 12, and 18 of the Constitution (101st Amendment) Act of 2016 has been dismissed by the Division Bench comprising Chief Justice K. Vinod Chandran and Justice Harish Kumar. The petitioner, a lawyer, had contended that these sections violated the basic structure of the Constitution,…

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