No Exceptional Treatment To Be Given To The Government While Considering The Application For Stay Of Arbitral Award: SC [Read Judgment]

No Exceptional Treatment To Be Given To The Government While Considering The Application For Stay Of Arbitral Award: SC [Read Judgment]

"Order XXVII Rule 8A was incorporated in the year 1937 during the British Raj, giving certain safeguards to the Government (which was then the British Crown) would not be applicable in today's time, when we have a democratic Government."

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