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Justice Raina humoured his request, while also making sure to record that the dismissed cases were not worth admission.
In an odd turn of events, a Single Judge of the Punjab & Haryana High Court recently acceded to a request to adjourn a case on a counsel's apprehension that the Court appeared to be in a bad mood.
Appearing for the petitioner in a matter, Advocate KS Sidhu appears to have prayed for an adjournment date after taking note that the presiding judge, Justice Rajiv Narain Raina, had dismissed four cases that morning, one after the other, as the Court was in a bad mood.
Justice Raina, in turn, humoured his request, while also making sure to record that the dismissed cases were not worth admission. The order passed to this effect on February 4 states,
The Court proceeded to list the matter for February 20.
[Read the Order]