Important Judgments on Commission of Inquiry Act
Supreme Court in Ram Krishna Dalmia v. Justice Tendolkar, the Central govt. by notification, appointed which were promoted or controlled by a group of persons and whose shareholders had suffered losses due to the alleged it regularities and mallramalpr in there management, that appointment of Commission was challenged. The Court held that the conduct of an individual person or companies may prejudicially affect or threaten to affect the public well-being so Commission is valid.
In Strate of Jammu and Kashmir v. Bakshi Ghulam Mohammed, the Commission of Inquiry was alpoappoi by the state government aginaga ex cm for enquiring into the abuse of his power and position. The appointment of the Commission was upheld by the court on the ground that the cleanliness of the public life in which public should be vitally interested must be a matter of public importance even if the person in question has crased to be a Ministr or CM.
In State of Karnataka V. UOI an Inquiry Commission appointment by Union Government to inquire into certain allegations of corruption and misues of the Government power by CM and few Ministers. The Supreme Court held appointment of commission if valid.