Ten bizarre petitions filed in the Supreme Court in 2020

In 2020, the Supreme Court of India witnessed a plethora of petitions seeking reliefs that were truly outlandish, surprisingly agreeing to consider a few of them.
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As evidenced by instances in the recent past, Public Interest Litigation and Article 32 petitions are no longer confined to securing fundamental rights of citizens.

From seeking perjury charges against a scribe and praying for removal of protesters to declaring a four-decade old Presidential order as unconstitutional, the scope of the PILs and Article 32 petitions has expanded to uncharted territories.

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