After the demise of father Son has right to argue in the case so concerned accountable public functionaries may allow Son to argue


Gmail Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh <>
Order not uploaded by concerned court. Decision Date: 17th April 2019 Case Status : CASE DISPOSED Sir when order will be uploaded by the concerned court?
1 message Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh <> 2 May 2019 at 14:18 To: supremecourt <>, pmosb <>,, urgent-action <>, cmup <>,, uphrclko <>,

An application under article 32 of the constitution of the India.
                                             Hon'ble Chief Justice of India/ companion judges
                                                     Apex court of Judicature in India.
                                                                New Delhi, India
Subject-For uploading court judgement on the website of High court of judicature at Allahabad in wide public interest.
Most revered Sir –Your applicant invites the kind attention of Hon’ble Sir with due respect to following submissions as follows.
1-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that following judgment was delivered by the Hon'ble High Court of Judicature at Allahabad on 17-April-2019 in the writ number-20121 year 2006. According to case status as follows, if the case is disposed, then litigant is curious to know the reason how the court reached on the conclusion to dismiss the case by overlooking the orders of the same court passed earlier in the matter.
Open court hearing but parties are not allowed to enter into the court premises.
Open Court
Common law requires a trial in open court; "open court" means a court to which the public has a right to be admitted. This term may mean either a court that has been formally convened and declared open for the transaction of its proper judicial business or a court that is freely open to spectators.
How the process is taking place in the open court even if parties are not allowed in the name of flimsy security reasons if interested then face cumbersome procedure?
If the parties are not allowed, then live broadcast of court proceedings may take place in wide public interest.
In the following status of the case concerned-
Allahabad High Court No link in this status contains the business of the court which means parties can't be apprised with the business of the court unless contact some one who may be eyewitness of the court proceeding and may be reliable.

Allahabad High Court


Allahabad High Court

Case Details

Case Type : WRIA

Filing Number: 20121/2006Filing Date: 10-04-2006

Registration Number: 20121/2006Registration Date: 10-04-2006

CNR Number: UPHC01-129183-2006

Case Status

First Hearing Date : 08th January 2018

Decision Date: 17th April 2019


Nature of Disposal: Contested--Dismiss other than merit(DD/Non Prosec./Abated)

Coram : 5038SUNEET KUMARBench : Single BenchState : UTTARPRADESH

District : MIRZAPURJudicial : WRITSCauselist Name : Daily Cause List Short Order : PREMPTORILY

Petitioner and Advocate




 Respondent and Advocate


 Advocate - C.S.C. 
2-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that considerable portion of public exchequer is being spent on the judiciary so accountability of its members and transparency in its function must be ensured by the accountable public functionaries.

Dismiss other than merit(DD/Non Prosec./Abated) Dismiss in Default/Non procedural security/contrary to public policy
Right to reason is the indispensable part of sound judicial system.
 Hon’ble Sir please take a glance of historic judgement delivered by apex court of India. Accountability must be ensured in order to achieve good governance.  
Even in respect of administrative orders Lord Denning M.R. in Breen v. Amalgamated Engineering Union (1971 (1) All E.R. 1148) observed "The giving of reasons is one of the fundamentals of good administration". In Alexander Machinery (Dudley) Ltd. v. Crabtree (1974 LCR 120) it was observed: "Failure to give reasons amounts to denial of justice". Reasons are live links between the mind of the decision taker to the controversy in question and the decision or conclusion arrived at". Reasons substitute subjectivity by objectivity. The emphasis on recording reasons is that if the decision reveals the "inscrutable face of the sphinx", it can, by its silence, render it virtually impossible for the Courts to perform their appellate function or exercise the power of judicial review in adjudging the validity of the decision. Right to reason is an indispensable part of a sound judicial system, reasons at least sufficient to indicate an application of mind to the matter before Court. Another rationale is that the affected party can know why the decision has gone against him. One of the salutary requirements of natural justice is spelling out reasons for the order made, in other words, a speaking out. The "inscrutable face of a sphinx" is ordinarily incongruous with a judicial or quasi-judicial performance.
3-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that What is being done by Advocate and Judge in the case only they know, party does not know but consequent will directly affect the party neither judge nor advocate in particular writ petitioner? What a joke faith of the common people is still alive in the court because he is not allowed to watch the court proceedings.
It is submitted before the Hon'ble Sir that gate pass can be only available  either through staffs of court if advocate may seek. Which implies that a petitioner can easily be deprived from attending the case proceedings which is his fundamental right. Most surprising is that same is being done by the chief justice High court of judicature at Allahabad.
It is submitted before the Hon'ble Sir that justice seeker is the essential component/pole of the case instituted in any court of law by him and deprive justice seeker from attending the case instituted by him which law of land justify it? Why High court of judicature interested in proceedings by not allowing petitioners or their credible relatives?
It is submitted before the Hon'ble Sir that to provide security to the judicial members ,Advocates and litigants itself is the obligatory duty of the state government under the monitoring of central government through His Excellency. It is unfortunate that by taking the recourse of issue of security , protectors of constitutional rights of citizens depriving the litigants from participating the court proceedings.
4-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that 
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5-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that at least once I want to argue in the matter so provide me an opportunity if feasible in this largest democracy in the world.
This is a humble request of the applicant to you Hon’ble Sir that how can it be justified to withhold public services arbitrarily and promote anarchy, lawlessness, and chaos in an arbitrary manner by making the mockery of law of land? This is need of the hour to take harsh steps against the wrongdoer in order to win the confidence of citizenry and strengthen the democratic values for healthy and prosperous democracy. For this, your applicant shall ever pray you, Hon’ble Sir.                                                         
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Date-02-05-2019              Yogi M. P. Singh, Mobile number-7379105911, Mohalla- Surekapuram, Jabalpur Road, District-Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh, Pin code-231001.


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