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Court cannot be reduced to a fact finding authority: Madhya Pradesh High court

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The Madhya Pradesh High Court on March 03,observed that Petitioner  is expected to approach the concerned revenue authorities for redressal of his grievance regarding rampant constructions by way of encroachments on the ponds of the area , as the High Court cannot be reduced to a fact finding authority to conduct a roving enquiry in that behalf.  

Petitioner Suresh Manjhi ,stating himself to be the resident of Kurwai, District Vidisha and a labour by occupation, is before the High Court with an omnibus complaint that the ponds of the area are not being maintained, instead rampant constructions by way of encroachments are going on. As a result, the water reservoirs are reducing and resulting into ecological imbalances.

Having perused the writ petition and the annexures, the Gwalior Division Bench of Justice Rohit Arya and Justice Milind Ramesh Phadke  is of the view that such kind of skeleton petitions cannot be countenanced under Article 226 of the Constitution styled as PIL.

“If the petitioner has a grievance of the nature as canvassed, he is expected to approach the concerned revenue authorities for redressal of his grievance, as this Court cannot be reduced to a fact finding authority to conduct a roving enquiry in that behalf”, the order reads.

Accordingly, the PIL is disposed of by the Court.

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