In the instant case, the Petitioner alleged that whenever he tried to mention a case in virtual mode or tried to participate in the hearing of any case, the operators deliberately muted him. The Madras High Court remarked that the Petitioner required Psychiatric help.
The Bench of Hon’ble Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Hon’ble Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy observed no evidence to support the Petitioner’s claim that the Registry was interested in allowing his cases to be taken up by the Court.
On the other hand, the High Court administration stated that the Petitioner had written several letters making baseless allegations. It was also stated that the Petitioner has threatened to commit suicide and leave a note blaming Registry officials.
Observations of the Court:-
In its order, the Court termed the case as frivolous and noted that no action can be taken in the instant petition and that the reliefs sought from Court were vague. The Bench further stated that the Petitioner has the liberty to mention any case that might be pending before an appropriate Bench if there is an urgency in the case.
Lastly, the Court directed that the case should be listed after three weeks, and the Petitioner was asked to list the matters pending before any Bench and that such cases should be dealt with expeditiously.
The Hon’ble Court posted the case for further hearing on 8th June.