The Madhya Pradesh High Court held that mentioning citation in pleadings is sufficient in order to avoid unnecessary filing judgement photocopies in petitions, this was held in the case of FAIZAN THROUGH GUARDIAN MRS. RANU KHAN Vs THE STATE OF MADHYA PRADESH AND OTHERS (WP NO. 25458 OF 2022), which was presided over by Justices Vivek Rusia and A.N. Kesharwani.
FACTS OF THE CASE
A notice was issued on behalf of the respondent/State, therefore, no P.F is required to be deposited. Let a reply be filed by the respondents within four weeks.
The question of interim relief shall be considered after filing the reply by the respondents.
Filing of photocopy of judgments causes financial burden not only to the litigants but to the Registry of this Court also because each and every documents are scanned for which High Court is paying huge amount to private agency, therefore, we request the members of the Bar Association not to file unnecessary documents especially the judgments which can be relied on at the time of argument and only mentioning of the citations in the pleadings would be sufficient.
JUDGEMENT OF THE CASE
The said observations while dealing with a petition challenging the vires of Madhya Pradesh prevention and recovery of damages to public and private property act, 2021.
With the aforesaid observations, the Court directed the Registry to send a copy of the order to High Court.
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JUDGEMENT REVIEWED BY VYSHNAVI KRISHNAN.