The Delhi High Court on Friday imposed a cost of ₹25000 on a woman named Dimple Kaul after she filed an application to implead Twitter's new owner and billionaire Elon Musk as a party respondent in a plea related to suspension of her Twitter account. .At the outset, single-judge Justice Yashwant Varma asked the petitioner if they want to prosecute the application. As the counsel said that they have instructions to go ahead with it, the judge dismissed the application noting that the Twitter was already represented in the matter. "This application is thoroughly misconceived. The authority is represented and therefore, there was no need to move this application. The application is dismissed with a cost of ₹25,000," the court ordered. Senior Advocate Sajan Poovayya appeared for Twitter and opposed impleading of Elon Musk..The application had been moved to implead Musk as a respondent in an already pending petition by Kaul. The application, filed through advocate Mukesh Sharma and argued by Raghav Awasthi, said that Twitter has now moved in Musk's hands and even its shares are not being traded on New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). It stated that Musk has a very different stand on free speech and he has repeatedly made it clear that the as long as free speech does not violate the law of the country in question, same should not be curtailed by Twitter. .The original plea was moved by Kaul arguing that she used her account to post education content on literature, women's rights, Indic culture, non-violence, equality, politics and history. However, her account was suspended without giving any notice in violation of the rules and Article 14, 19 and 21 of the Constitution of India as it affects her right to free speech. The High Court had issued notices on her plea on January 31, 2022.