Petitioner is fair price shop licensee dealer and he has been distributing the essential commodities at his shop among all the ration card holder month to month.
The Administrative Committee of the said Gaon Sabha issued a certificate regarding distribution of essential commodities at the shop of petitioner.
The alleged inspection report submitted by the Supply Inspector Chandrasen alleging the seizure of wheat and rice carrying on by the petitioner for sale.
The F.I.R. was lodged against the petitioner U/S 3/7/ Essential Commodity Act.
Petitioner’s Fair Price Shop License was suspended by S.D.M. on the ground that petitioner has not properly distributed the essential commodities amongs the 9 card holders out of 57 card holder.
Show cause notice issued to the petitioner by the authority after passing suspension order.
Petitioner has submitted his reply to the show cause notice issued.
Without considering the case of petitioner as well evidence available on record petitioner’s license has been cancelled.
Petitioner filed an appeal challenging the Cancellation of Fair Price Shop license before Commissioner.
The appellate Court has not recorded any finding on the vital aspects of the facts and circumstances, while rejecting the appeal and confirming cancellation of fair price shop license of the petitioner.
Whether Petitioner will get success before High court?