The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a petition filed by a judge from Maharashtra seeking action against Registry officials of the top court for their allegedly unprofessional and biased conduct with regard to listing of cases. .A Bench of Chief Justice of India SA Bobde and Justices AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian rejected the petition stating listing cannot be contrary to the Supreme Court Rules. ."Dismissed," the Bench said in a curt order..The plea by Syedullah Khaleelullah Khan, a Civil Judge (Senior Division) of Washim had alleged that the Supreme Court registry was not treating all petitioners alike when it came to listing cases . He submitted that unfair treatment was being meted out to him and other ordinary litigants by delaying the listing and highlighting unnecessary defects. .The plea was made specifically with reference to a curative petition filed by him in a case seeking reconsideration of the top court's 2002 judgment in All India Judge Association v. Union of India. That petition by him seeking reconsideration of the All India Judges Association was dismissed by the top court and so was the review petition filed against the dismissal. Thereafter, a curative petition was filed by Khan but the Registry did not scrutinise the petition for 22 days though the defects highlighted by the Registry was cured by Khan, it was alleged. He, therefore, filed the present petition seeking action against erring Registry officials.