AAP law minister alleged ‘fake degree’ case – Delhi HC Order (13 March 2015)
IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI
SANTOSH KUMAR SHARMA ….. Petitioner
Through: Mr Sanjay Kumar Sharma, petitioner in person.
BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA and ORS ….. Respondents
Through: Mr Preet Pal Singh, Adv. for R-1 with Mr Ashok Pandey, Jt.
HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE RAJIV SHAKDHER
O R D E R
CM No. 4304/2015 (for withdrawal of petition)
This is a curious application moved by the petitioner, who otherwise, with all vehemence at his command, on the previous occasion, wanted to press the petition qua respondent no.5. By this application though, the petitioner seeks to withdraw the petition, ostensibly, on the ground that there is an alternate remedy available with the Bar Council of Delhi, i.e., respondent no.2.
In the usual and ordinary course, I would have thought that the petitioner would have waited for the respondent’s counter affidavit to come on record; as such an objection concerning alternate remedy one would have expected, if at all, the respondents to take. The respondents, have not filed their counter affidavit, as yet.
Issue court notice, without process fee, to respondent no. 2 to 6.
List on 27.04.2015, the date already fixed.
RAJIV SHAKDHER, J
MARCH 13, 2015
W.P.(C) 1056/2015 Page 2 of 2
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