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Gujarat HC: No Writ Petition to be Entertained by the HC unless Alternate Remedy is Available to the Person Seeking Relief

A petition has been filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India in the present case of Vishnubhai Lallubhai Ghodi v/s State Of Gujarat on 13 January 2020 seeking a remedy under the same. The court held that...

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