Delhi HC refuses to entertain PIL by petitioner who was blacklisted by Supreme Court

Aditi Singh September 16 2019
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In a bid to avoid "judicial misadventurism", the Delhi High Court has refused to entertain a writ petition filed by a petitioner blacklisted by the Supreme Court from filing any matter in "public interest".

"We cannot...entertain the petitioner, where the Supreme Court has shut its doors to him, for all times to come. This, in our view, would fly directly in the face of Article 144 of the Constitution of India, and would amount to judicial misadventurism, on our part . . .

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