The Bench, however, said that whenever DAMEPL comes before the Court, it takes a different stand while continuing to have discussions with DMRC outside court.
“Don’t argue in the court and make communication with them at the same time. If you do, we will throw the petition out,” Justice Kait warned.
In its order, the Court noted,
“Since the counsel for the petitioner is making submissions before this Court and communicating with the debtor to settle the dispute in manner preffered by debtors in this fashion, the decree holder is not coming before the Court with clean hands.”