The Calcutta High Court reiterated that the court, in exercising equitable jurisdiction, has the power to remedy wrongful acts, especially when there is a violation of a restraint order.
Calcutta High Court acknowledged the importance of strict compliance with the requirements of Section 236 of the Mahomedan Law in pre-emption cases.
Right to freedom of speech and expression does not confer right in absolute form to tarnish someone’s image and reputation which he/she owns in the society.
Calcutta High Court observed that the argument advanced by the applicants leave an impression that “a desperate attempt is made to have the order reviewed in the garb of recall”.
“Every service in the public employment unless forbidden by law is transferable.”