On perusal of the petition questioning the appointment of private respondents to the post of Inspector of legal Meteorology, the Karnataka High Court found that no public-spirited antecedents of the petitioner have been disclosed in the petition.
Karnataka High Court dismisses PIL seeking a direction to consider the representation of the petitioner dated 16.01.2021 and also to prevent sale of 41 acres of land granted by Karnataka Industrial Area Development Board to respondent no.4 (Limited Company).
Karnataka High Court while disposing the PIL filed challenging the qualification/eligibility criteria for appointment of Vice Chancellor of the Karnataka State Law University, Hubbali noted that the petitioner is not a person aggrieved by the notification.
The Karnataka High Court dismisses a PIL with the prayer to quash the circular issued by the Commissioner Health and Family Welfare services (respondent no.1) for simplifying the process of registration of private medical establishments under the Karnataka Private Medical Establishments Act, 3 2007.
The Karnataka High Court dismissed a PIL seeking cancellation of the allotments of land made in favour of the Director of inter University centre for Yogi Sciences and Vice Chancellor of Central University of Karnataka (Respondent No.11) in Pantharpalya Village within Bangalore University.
While considering the PIL Karnataka High Court division bench noted that the petitioner has been arrested in the month of April 2022 and is the main accused in connection with the offence registered pertaining to recruitment of Police Sub-Inspectors.