Supreme Court gives blacklisted Suraz India Trust three days to tender unconditional apology

The NGO's Chairman Rajiv Daiya stated that he did not have the resources to pay the costs earlier imposed by the Court, and that he has preferred a mercy plea before the President of India.
Supreme Court gives blacklisted Suraz India Trust three days to tender unconditional apology
Justices SK Kaul and MM Sundresh

The Supreme Court today gave blacklisted petitioner Suraz India Trust three days to file an unconditional apology for filing frivolous litigation and making scandalous averments against the judiciary (Suraz India Trust v. Union of India).

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