Unfortunate that Court is engaged to dispose of stale representations in writ petitions, made to act like a Post Office: Madras High Court

The mechanical disposal of such writ petitions is virtually eating the valuable time of the High Court and comes in the way of disposing of genuine cases awaiting an effective hearing for a long time, the Court said.
Unfortunate that Court is engaged to dispose of stale representations in writ petitions, made to act like a Post Office: Madras High Court
Madurai bench of Madras High Court and Justice N. Anand Venkatesh

The Madras High Court on Tuesday lamented that it is made to act like a "post office" in dealing with writ petitions devoid of any material that seek directions to various authorities to consider representations by the petitioners (V Prabhudoss v. The District Collector and ors).

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