Supreme Court imposes ₹1.5 lakh costs on petitioner who sought directions to Bombay High Court for time bound disposal of case

The Court deprecated the petitioner's attempt to jump the queue, stating that a litigant who can afford to approach the Supreme Court cannot be prioritised over other litigants.
Supreme Court, Bombay HC
Supreme Court, Bombay HC

The Supreme Court on Thursday imposed costs of ₹1,50,000 on a builder for filing a petition under Article 32 of the Indian Constitution seeking a writ of mandamus to the Bombay High Court to dispose of a 2019 appeal within a time bound schedule [IS Infrastructure and Buildcon Pvt Ltd vs Government of Maharashtra and Anr.].

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