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Supreme Court is not a place for government to walk when they want and not follow limitation period: SC

19th October, 2020

Supreme Court is not a place for government to walk when they want and not follow limitation period: SC

In the Supreme Court the apex court bench headed by Justice Sanjay Krishna Kaul remarked that the SC cannot be a place for the governments to walk in when they choose ignoring the period of limitation prescribed. In the case of special leave petition filed by Madhya Pradesh with a delay of 663 days. The bench, compromising with Justice Dinesh Maheshwari, imposed costs of rupees twenty five thousand on the state. Further, stating that:
1. If there is any document issues or any other the precision from the court should be taken by asking to extend the time period before itself.
2. Or to send a signal if there are any inordinate delays or not they have to pay for wastage of judicial time which has its own value. And coasts are recovered from officers especially.



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