Constitutional Challenge to an Act/Law can be addressed before High Court: Supreme Court

In a recent case, the Supreme Court declined to entertain a petition that challenged the constitutional validity of the Central Goods Service Tax Act’s specific provisions. The Bench headed by Hon’ble Justice DY Chandrachud observed that the petitioner should file a petition under Article 226 so that the Supreme Court gets to know the High

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