Court : Gujarat
Decided on : Feb-17-1993
Reported in : AIR1993Guj150; (1993)1GLR602
..... arbitrary, unreasonable or capricious. mr. dave further submitted that the third respondent has rightly observed in the impugned order that the concept of dual citizenship has not been accepted either under the constitution of india or under the citizenship act. mr. dave made a statement under the instructions of the third respondent that if the petitioner will produce necessary certificate in accordance with ..... submitted that if the interpretation of rule 1.4 put forward by the respondent authorities is accepted, the rule would be ultra vires the citizenship act, 1955 as also articles 14 and 21 of the constitution of india being arbitrary and unreasonable. mr. desai also submitted that the impugned action requires to be set aside on the ground that the authorities have ..... to make for the purpose of granting or refusing admission to the applicant, mr. desai submitted that looking to the provisions of the constitution as well as the citizenship act, the petitioner can be said to be a citizen of india and, therefore, is entitled to get admission on that basis. mr. desai, therefore, prayed that the petition requires to be ..... 9 of the act. (xi) the direction of the authority that the petitioner should make application for certificate of acquisition of citizenship is illegal, unreasonable dehors the act and rules and violative of articles 14 and 21 of the constitution of india. 23. a similar question arose before the supreme court in shah mohammad's case 0065/1969 : 3scr1006 (supra). .....Tag this Judgment!