Last updated: August 12, 2022, 2:24 PM IST
The Delhi High Court has rejected a plea alleging maladministration in the Delhi Public School Society (DPSS) and seeking to appoint a retired Supreme Court judge as administrator to oversee the cases. The Supreme Court said the petitioner requested a no-holds-barred investigation and sees no reason to grant the exemption requested in the PIL. Referring to the plea to remove the president and other office holders from the association, a bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Judge Subramonium Prasad said earlier this week that this cannot be done at the petitioner’s behest, even without hearing the hearing from the petitioner. persons whose removal was requested.
The petitioner alleged maladministration in DPSS elections and prayed for the suspension of the Association’s President, Vice-President and Working Committee. It also called for the appointment of a retired Supreme Court judge as administrator. The bank said: In the considered opinion of this court, the petitioner wants a roving investigation regarding DPSS. He wants suspension of the chairman, vice chairman, working committee without indicting them as defendants, and he wants a retired Supreme Court judge to take over the board of the association.
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This court finds that such an exemption cannot be granted to the applicant in a PIL, and in the event that there is an electoral dispute, it can be examined before an appropriate forum and not in a PIL filed at the request of the the petitioner who filed the PIL said it while the plea was rejected. The petitioner also requested a forensic check on the company’s accounts and an order to freeze his bank account.
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