SC raps NGO, chairperson for unsuccessfully filing 64 PILs
An NGO, which has filed as many as 64 PILs without any success over the years and its chief today came under sharp attack from the Supreme Court for wasting judicial time. "You (chairperson) are wasting too much time of this court. You have initiated 64 proceedings before this court," a bench comprising Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud said.
The bench, which had issued show cause notice to Rajiv Daiya who is the chairman of NGO Suraz India Trust for filing these PILs, was not in a mood to grant more time to him to file his reply.
"One week is the time, which can be granted to you," the bench said.