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    Ekta Shakti Foundation vs. Government Of NCT Of Delhi

    Date : 17/07/2006

    Due to mal practices adopted by contractors, the benefit of ICDS was not reaching the targeted beneficiaries to the children. The Supreme Court accepted our prayer and ordered that no contractor would be involved in supplying food and nutrition. Some contractors got an NGO registered in the name of Ekta Sakti Foundation and tried to obtain the supply orders. The government of Delhi found the practices and refused to supply Supplementary Nutrition Products( SNP) to them.

    To counter the same, Contractors filed Writ Petition in the Delhi High Court, But they dismissed their Petition. Contractors again filed another Writ Petition (Civil) in the Supreme Court , this time got an interim relief by the Supreme Court which is detrimental to our the RTF campaign. to counter interim relief we mentioned the same case in Supreme Court , they understand our in depth issues and gave the judgment in our favor and finally resulted they completely banned contractorship for Supply food and nutrition.

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