The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed a public interest litigation (PIL) petition seeking probe by a judicial commission headed by a retired Chief Justice of India (CJI) into the recent communal violence in various parts of the country during Ram Navami [Vishal Tiwari vs Union of India]..The PIL filed by Vishal Tiwari sought directions for a probe on the ground that there are serious disturbances all over the country and an enquiry should be conducted through a judicial commission. A bench of Justices L Nageswara Rao and BR Gavai, however, rejected the plea. "(Judicial Commission) to be headed by former CJI? Is anybody free? Find out. What kind of relief is this, don,t ask for such prayers," the Court said before rejecting the plea. .Jahangirpuri in Delhi had witnessed incidents of violence during Hanuman Jayanti (April 16) while similar scenes of communal violence were reported during recent Ram Navami procession in several States.Two other petitions are already pending before the top court seeking probe into the incidents. A plea by lawyer Vineet Jindal has sought probe by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) into the communal violence at Delhi's Jahangirpuri.Another lawyer, advocate Amritpal Singh Khalsa, has moved a letter petition before CJI NV Ramana, to take suo motu cognisance of the Jahangirpuri riots.