The Supreme Court today declined to entertain a petition praying for the removal of the Uddhav Thackeray-led government from Maharashtra and imposition of President's Rule in the State..When the PIL came up for hearing before the Bench of Chief Justice of India SA Bobde and Justices AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian today, the Court remarked that it could not entertain prayers like these..The Court told petitioner Vikram Gehlot,"As a petitioner, you are at liberty to approach the President, but don't come here.".It was argued in the plea that the affairs of the state were not being carried out in line with constitutional and legal provisions. The petitioner had cited the examples of actor Sushant Singh Rajput's death and the demolition of part of Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut's property as examples of law and order issues..Taking exception to these grounds, CJI Bobde remarked,."You are saying that because some Bollywood actor has died, the Constitution is not being followed in the State?"CJI SA Bobde.The petitioner sought to argue that there are many other instances taking place that show that rule of law not being followed in Maharashtra..CJI Bobde then pointed out that every instance mentioned in the plea is within Mumbai.."Do you know how big Maharashtra is?", CJI Bobde asked the petitioner, implying that Mumbai alone does not constitute the entire State and sweeping statements cannot be made as such..The Court therefore refused to entertain the PIL.