Writ Court Should Refrain From Interfering in Expert Evaluation of Tender Unless Arbitrariness Alleged: SC

Recently, the Supreme Court observed that expert evaluation of a particular tender, especially a technical evaluation, should not be second-guessed by a writ court unless malafide intention or arbitrariness on the part of tendering authority is alleged. Background of the Case:- The Inspector-General of Police, Kashmir Zone, Srinagar had invited online tenders from reputed transporters,

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