Where Alternate Remedy is Available Judicial Prudence Demands that Constitutional Court Refrains from Exercising its Jurisdiction: Supreme Court

Recently, The Supreme Court ruled that where an alternate remedy is available judicial prudence demands that the court refrains from exercising its jurisdiction under constitutional provisions.  The bench of Justices M.R. Shah and B.V. Nagarathna was dealing with the appeal challenging the order passed by the Bombay HC by which the High Court has set

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