What are the consequence if a person moves before Supreme court seeking relief on the basis of patent wrong and incorrect facts and able to obtain relief from Supreme court. Now, the affected parties have come to know through RTI that the facts on which relief was sought were absolutely wrong facts. What is the legal recourse available to affected parties. One review petition is already dismissed by Supreme Court. But at the time of filing review, RTI information was not in our hands. Further, the applicant before the Supreme Court was Union of India and one of the officer of Union who moved to Supreme Court on wrong facts and sought relief on the issues which were already decided against the Government several times. Please advise
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You can file an another review petition before the Hon'ble Supreme court with the new facts in your hands.
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File a fresh Petition with new facts and specifically refer to already decided cases against the other party.
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You should file a fresh review petition stating the actual facts in the Supreme Court.
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