1. Present batch of petitions have been filed seeking a number of
prayers. However, learned counsel for the petitioners prays that a similar
order as passed by a Division Bench in W.P.(C) No.6437/2019 dated 30th
May, 2019 be passed in the present writ petitions. He clarifies that neither
the judgment and order dated 30th May, 2019 in W.P.(C) No.6437/2019 nor
the judgments referred to in the said order have been challenged before the
Supreme Court by the respondents.
2. Issue notice.
3. Learned counsel for the respondents accept notice. Learned counsel
for the respondents state that in similar matters, notices have been issued
by the Supreme Court in the condonation of delay and special leave
petitions. They, however, candidly state that there is no stay in the said
special leave petitions.
Source: Indian Kanoon