In a major jolt to Mumbai-based Supreme Transport Organisation Private Limited, Madhya Pradesh high court dismissed its petition challenging the decision of the Madhya Pradesh tourism department, which cancelled its agreement for running air taxi service in the state after the company failed to start operations in the given time.
The tourism department had also blacklisted the firm. Finding the deed of state tourism department to be right, division bench of high court comprising Justice SK Seth and Justice HP Singh dismissed the company’s plea on Tuesday. In the plea, the petitioners told the court that on February 4, 2015, Madhya Pradesh State Tourism Development Corporation (MPSTDC) invited tenders for running air taxis in the state. MPSTDC and Supreme Transport also signed an air service operator agreement on April 23, 2015. Their company also purchased 9-seater aircraft for starting the service, the petitioners said. Ryan Miller Womens Jersey