The Supreme Court on Friday rejected a petition seeking directions to the Lok Sabha Secretariat to have the new parliament building inaugurated by the President of India, Droupadi Murmu..A vacation Bench of Justices JK Maheshwari and PS Narasimha said that the petitioner, advocate CR Jaya Sukin has no locus to file such petitions and that he should be grateful that the Court was not imposing costs."What is your locus? We know why you file such petitions. We are not inclined to interfere under article 32. Be grateful we are not imposing costs," the Court said.The petitioner sought permission to withdraw the plea but the same was not allowed."Withdrawal being allowed will give him liberty to move High Court. These are not justiciable. The court should note it," said Solicitor General Tushar Mehta on behalf of the Central government."After arguing for quite some time, the petitioner in person seeks to withdraw. We dismiss the petition," the Court ordered..The new parliament building is slated to be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 28.The plea filed by advocate CR Jaya Sukin said that the statement issued by the Lok Sabha Secretariat on May 18 and the invites issued by the Secretary General of Lok Sabha for the inaugural function of the new building, are in violation of the Indian Constitution."That President is the First Citizen of India this regard and head of the institution of parliament....That all important decisions regarding the country are taken in the name of Indian President," the plea pointed out.It further stated that the parliament, consisting of the President and the two Houses, Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha, holds the supreme legislative authority in India and the President possesses the authority to summon and prorogue the parliament or dissolve the Lok SabhaCiting Article 79 of the Indian Constitution, the plea contended that the President is an integral part of the parliament and hence, should not be kept away from the inauguration.