Dr.Y.S.Kumar vs Union Of India & Ors. on 7 September, 2015

1. We had heard arguments on the issue whether the petitioner has a
locus-standi to maintain the instant writ petition in which the petitioner
proclaims to be espousing a public interest. On July 29, 2015 it was
recorded that respondents No.4 and 5 desired to challenge the locus standi
of the petitioner on account of he having a personal interest in the
litigation. Said respondents were permitted to file an affidavit along with

such material on which they relied having a bearing on the right of the
petitioner to maintain the present petition espousing a public cause.
Necessary affidavit has been filed by respondent No.4 to which a
response has been filed by the petitioner.
2. Prayers made in the writ petition are as under:-

Source: Indian Kanoon

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