Bombay High Court pulls up petitioner for filing "copy-paste" petition to attract "cheap publicity" in Anil Deshmukh controversy

"What is your locus? Who can set the criminal law in motion? What is your reason for setting the wheels of criminal law in motion?" Justice SS Shinde demanded.
Bombay High Court pulls up petitioner for filing "copy-paste" petition to attract "cheap publicity" in Anil Deshmukh controversy
Justice SS Shinde and Justice Manish Pitale

The Bombay High Court on Tuesday took strong exception to a petition filed by one Dr. Jaishri Laxmanrao Patil replete with "copy pasted pleadings" and without providing any clarity on the locus of the petitioner for invoking the extra-ordinary jurisdiction of the court.

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