The Supreme Court on Friday declined to entertain a PIL that sought a declaration that there is no Freedom of Expression as regards subjudice matters and final orders, except to the extent of fair and true reporting.."Read the law and you'll find what you're saying is the law", Chief Justice SA Bobde said, when the matter came up for admission today. .The Petitioner in person, Dr Subhash Vijayran responded that, "(The) Issue is how the media is acting these days and the faith of the people in the Court is getting eroded.".CJI Bobde observed, "Your motives are good and noble but you are trying to get a relief which we cannot give.".The Court added, "It is like saying nobody should commit murder... It is true that nobody should commit murder but how can an order be passed for this? You withdraw the petition, we will not dismiss it..In view of this, the petitioner went on to withdraw the petition. .This petition had registered objection to lawyers, particularly some Senior Advocates, who "consume Court's precious time" and then express their displeasure with the outcome of court proceedings in the public domain..Declare there is no Freedom of Speech and Expression vis-a-vis pending matters, final judgments of Court: PIL in Supreme Court.It is alleged that a trend is growing where a set of lawyers criticise the judges and the judiciary while directly or indirectly imputing motives on the judges for passing a verdict in a specific way. These acts prima facie constitute contempt of court, the plea asserted..The petition prayed that the Court declare that there is no freedom of speech and expression as regards pending matters and final orders and judgments passed except to the extent of fair and accurate reporting of proceedings before the Court "in a manner that does not directly or indirectly impute motives/ bias to the judges/court."