Plea before Bombay High Court challenges long court vacations; claims such vacations violate fundamental rights

The petition by one Sabina Lakdawala sought a declaration that closing courts for more than 70 days for any kind of vacation is a violation of fundamental rights of litigants.
Plea before Bombay High Court challenges long court vacations; claims such vacations violate fundamental rights

A plea has been moved before the Bombay High Court contending that courts taking long vacations is a violation of fundamental rights of citizens since litigants right to seek justice is affected by the such long vacations [Sabina Lakdawala v. Chief Justice of Bombay High Court & Ors.].

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