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Dineshwar Chaubey v. State Of U.P. & Others - WRIT - C No. 19901 of 2007  RD-AH 7181 (19 April 2007)
Hon.Rajes Kumar, J.
Learned counsel for the petitioner is not aware with the provisions and is claiming the relief before this Court. He does not know the Bare Act. He want to argue before this Court only on the ground that some identical petitions are pending before this Court.
We do not have the words to express anguish for taking such a casual approach. On the basis of the judgment of Hon'ble Apex Court in Re: Sanjeev Dutta (1995) 3 SCC, 619 filing of such a writ petition amounts to criminal contempt within the meaning of section 2 (c) of the Contempt of Courts Act.
This Court is already over burden with so many cases, thus, we do not wish to initiate the proceeding under the Contempt of Courts Act. Writ petition is accordingly, dismissed for want of rendering non-assistance by the learned counsel engaged for the petitioner.
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