The Supreme Court docket on Friday imposed a value of Rs 50,000 on a petitioner who sought implementation of Manmohan-Musharraf 4-point method for resolving the Kashmir imbroglio.
A bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Hima Kohli mentioned it’s not inclined to entertain the plea filed by Prabhakar Venkatesh Deshpande, an IIT-Bombay graduate, who underlined there can’t be a navy resolution to the issue.
Mr Deshpande pitched for the so-called method devised by the previous Indian prime minister and ex-president of Pakistan involving “autonomy, joint management, demilitarisation and porous borders” particulars of which might be additional negotiated.
The bench mentioned the courtroom can’t enter into the area of coverage and the petition seems to be extra of a “Publicity Curiosity litigation”.
On the outset, the bench mentioned it’s placing the counsel for the petitioner on discover that it’s going to impose price on him for losing the courtroom’s time with such petitions.
“In fact, we are going to hear you however we’re placing you on discover that we are going to impose a value,” the bench forewarned.
Advocate Arup Banerjee, showing for the petitioner, mentioned the nation has fought “two and a half wars” with Pakistan over Kashmir up to now 70 years however no resolution has been discovered.
“The petitioner begs to file the moment Public Curiosity Litigation as a result of he needs to counsel that the Mussaraf – Manmohan Singh Accord could also be given impact to unravel the Kashmir situation,” he mentioned in his plea.
The bench, after listening to for a couple of minutes, mentioned it’s not inclined to entertain the petition and slapped a value of Rs 50,000 on the petitioner.
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