IF THE PETITIONER HAD FILED A WRIT PETITION ONLY ON APPREHENSION, THE PETITION IS MISCONCEIVED : TELANGANA HIGH COURT
The High Court of Telangana passed a judgment on 10 March, 2023stating that If the petitioner had filed a writ petition only on apprehension, the petition is misconceived. It was stated in the case of P.Anjaiah vs The State Of Telangana And 5 Others ( WRIT PETITION No.6578 of 2023) which was passed by the single judge bench comprising of HON’BLE SRI JUSTICE K. LAKSHMAN
FACTS OF THE CASE:
This writ petition is filed to declare the action of respondent No.2 in issuing notice No.D1/74/2023, dated 21-01-2023 to the petitioner during the pendency of civil suit vide O.S.No.48 of 2019, as illegal.
JUDGEMENT OF THE CASE
The Court directed the Special Tribunal to put petitioner and respondent Nos.5 and 6 herein on notice and afford them an opportunity of hearing and pass orders afresh. Thus, there is a clear direction to the Special Tribunal to put the petitioner herein on notice and afford him an opportunity of hearing. Even then, the petitioner herein had filed the present writ petition only on apprehension. Therefore, this writ petition is misconceived and liable to be dismissed.
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JUDGEMENT REVIEWED BY ROSHNI SABU, KERALA LAW ACADEMY LAW COLLEGE.