Judge taking up a case not specifically assigned by Chief Justice is gross impropriety: Supreme Court

The Court made the observation while slapping ₹50,000 as costs on three litigants for forum shopping while urging judges not to allow such sharp practices.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

A judge taking up a case not specifically assigned by the Chief Justice is an act of gross impropriety, the Supreme Court recently said while hauling up three litigants for forum shopping [Ambalal Parihar vs State of Rajasthan and ors].

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