MMRDA has challenged the order of a single-judge bench which ruled that the State government agency had no right to decide the fare of the Mumbai Metro
The Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) has challenged in the Bombay High Court an order of its single-judge bench holding that the State government agency had no right to decide the fare of the Mumbai Metro rail which connects Versova in the west to Ghatkopar in the east.
The appeal filed by MMRDA, a state agency, is likely to come up for hearing on 7th July before a bench headed by Chief Justice Mohit Shah.
Last week on 24th June, Justice RD Dhanuka had rejected MMRDA’s petition challenging the fares for Mumbai Metro. More info