•         Constitution of India, Art. 235 - Enquiry is conducted by the enquiring authority - As per Article 235 of the Constitution of India control over the subordinate Courts vests in the High Court - High Court is not an enquiring authority rather is a disciplinary authority which passes independent orders taking into consideration the enquiry report - Any sub-committee appointed by the Full Court for its own convenience on the administrative side has nothing to do with the enquiry file - The Constitution of sub-committee and proceedings of Full Court are not part of enquiry. (174) PLR 

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