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Interference by court under article 226 of constitution.

Supply under GST — The power of judicial review cannot be invoked to protect private interest at the cost of public interest, or to decide contractual disputes, and such interference, either interim or final, may hold up public work for years, or delay relief and succour to thousands and millions and may increase the project cost manifold. If an administrative decision, such as a deviation in the terms of NIT is not arbitrary, irrational, unreasonable, mala fide or biased, the courts will not judicially review the decision taken. Similarly, the courts will not countenance interference with the decision at the behest of an unsuccessful bidder in respect of a technical or procedural violation. — Indian Compressors Ltd. Vs. Union of India and Another [2019] 17 TAXLOK.COM 095 (MP)