Delhi : Misc Application filed in January 2022 against Registrar order which disposed contempt petition against Umaria JMFC Abhishek kumar and Rajan Gupta. The allegation is that the learned Judicial officers are not following Supreme Court constitution bench Lalita Kumari order and disposing CRPC 156(3) matter of cognizable offence with rejection. They deny to set criminal law into its motion in cognizable offence.Doing conspiracy against apex court guidelines and passing whimsical orders ie no affidavit filed and dismissing case in single hearing. They also not recall the order when mistakes are highlighted in application . The Umaria court Judicial officers are ignoring investigation against rich and public servants crime and doing contempt of apex court order.
The registrar of SC also protect judges from contempt and disposing the matters using Order XV rule 5, SC rules 2013 . It empowers Registrar to dispose scandalous petition . This power is used to protect many judges / judicial officers.
“5. The Registrar may refuse to receive a petition on the ground that it discloses no reasonable cause or is frivolous or contains scandalous matter but the petitioner may within fifteen days of the making of such order, appeal by way of motion, from such refusal to the Court.”
As per Supreme court order passed in 2019 the maintainability of petition cannot be decided by the registry. Inspite of that, Registrar Disposing contempt petition against Judges and doing contempt. A Mumbai applicant also filed contempt against SC registrar for this arbitrary action.
The rule permit to challange registrar order by filing MA within 15 days. So MA is filed against registrar order to punish Umaria Judges for disrespecting SC orders which are binding for them.
Diary No.- 9 - 2022
SAPAN SHRIVSTAVA vs. ABHISHEK KUMAR
9/2022 Filed on 03-01-2022 10:33 AM
1 SAPAN SHRIVSTAVA
1 ABHISHEK KUMAR
|Reg. No./I.A. No.||Particular||Remark||Filed By||Filing Date||Sr. No.||Status.||Entered On|
|67/2022||APPEAL AGAINST REGISTRARS ORDER XV RULE 5||SAPAN SHRIVSTAVA||03-01-2022||1||P||03-01-2022 10:38:57|
|69/2022||PERMISSION TO APPEAR AND ARGUE IN PERSON||SAPAN SHRIVSTAVA||03-01-2022||2||P||03-01-2022 10:39:44|
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