The Supreme Court today dismissed the PIL filed by an advocate aggrieved by the current response and functioning of the District Court, Ghaziabad.
The bench of Justice D.Y. Chandrachud and Justice M.R. Shah did not entertain the petition filed by petitioner-in-person Sanjeev Gupta. The petitioner stated that he has been everywhere, but there is a complete abdication of Allahabad HC, he has given a letter to PM, letter to the Supreme Court, letter to Administration. The lawyers at district courts don’t get the certified copy, if one wants a date one needs to go on a date to ask for one.
The bench observed that the petitioner’s plea under Article 32 cannot be entertained and he should file the same under Article 226 to move the concerned High Court, otherwise the Supreme Court will be flooded by such petitions.
Justice M.R. Shah stated, “Agar aapko koi dikkat hai toh Ghaziabad court jaiye ya Allahabad HC jaeiye bhaiya.”
Whereas, Justice Chandrachud stated, “We are not going to allow this application, otherwise we have to entertain applications against different district judiciary from all over India. This is a case for Allahabad High Court to handle since you have grievances in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh.”