CORRUPTION IN SUPREME COURT REGISTRY , NOT GIVING DIARY NUMBER AND REJECTING PETITION WITHOUT QUOTING APPROPRIATE SECTION OF SCR 2013.
AS PER SC ORDER ONLY JUDGE CAN DECIDE MAINTAINABILITY OF PETITION
10. Therefore, we hold that the High Court Registry could not have exercised such judicial power to answer the maintainability of the petition, when the same was in the realm of the Court. As the power of judicial function cannot be delegated to the Registry, we cannot sustain the order, rejecting the numbering/registration of the Petition, by the Madras High Court Registry. Accordingly, the Madras High Court Registry is directed to number the petition and place it before an appropriate bench.
Dear Mr. MANUBHAI HARGOVANDAS PATEL
I am hereby directed to inform you that the document uploaded by you vide Ref. id No. 3754/2023 in view of prayers (a) and (b) the Writ Petition is not maintainable under Supreme Court Rules, 2013. Hence cannot be accepted. You are therefore, required to file proper petition complying with the Supreme Court Rules, 2013.
Supreme Court of India