Allegations of partiality and favouristism in Registry: Supreme Court dismisses petition, imposes costs of Rs 100 on petitioner

The Supreme Court also notes in it's judgment that "several" officers of the court have suffered due to COVID-19.
Allegations of partiality and favouristism in Registry: Supreme Court dismisses petition, imposes costs of Rs 100 on petitioner

The Supreme Court today dismissed a petition alleging partiality and favouristism in the listing of matters on the part of the Apex Court Registry (Reepak Kansal vs Secretary General of Supreme Court of India).

While doing so, the Court imposed costs of Rs. 100 on the petitioner for seeking a direction to the Secretary General and the Registrar to not give preferential treatment in listing of cases.

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