Mr. S.N.Sahu vs Chairman, Rajya Sabha & Ors. on 5 December, 2016

CORAM:
HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE VALMIKI J.MEHTA

To be referred to the Reporter or not?

VALMIKI J. MEHTA, J (ORAL)

1. When the present writ petition filed under Article 226 of the

Constitution of India came up for admission for the first time on 25.11.2016,

it was found that the present writ petition is the sixth writ petition filed by

the petitioner which was effectively against the same main respondent being

his employer, the Rajya Sabha Secretariat. Accordingly, the following order

was passed on 25.11.2016 for calling of the files of the five earlier writ

petitions:

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“1. This writ petition as per para 1 of the present writ petition is
the sixth petition because para 1 of the present writ petition states that five writ
petitions are pending but the same be treated as non-existent and nullity. I do
not understand that how pending writ petitions can be treated as non-existent
and nullity.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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