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"Prayers too vague:" Allahabad High Court refuses to entertain PIL on alleged corruption in Madrasa

Lawstreet Journal 10 Jan 2022 7:18pm

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The Allahabad High Court today refused to entertain a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) plea filed by a farmer to point out corruption in the appointment of teaching and non-teaching staff in certain Madarsas as the Court noted that the plea contained omnibus prayers. [Mohammad Imran v. State of Uttar Pradesh and Others].

A Division Bench of Justices Devendra Kumar Upadhyaya and Subhash Vidyarthi observed that the prayers sought by the petitioner are omnibus and vague in nature.

"...it is apparent that the prayers, instead of being specific, are omnibus in nature. The prayer to issue such directions is absolutely vague and general in nature," The Bench of Justice Devendra Kumar Upadhyaya and Justice Subhash Vidyarthi observed after perusing the prayers of the PIL.

It may be noted that the PIL contained the following two prayers:

"Issue a writ, order or direction in the nature of Mandamus there by commanding the opposite parties number 1 to 4 to carry out their lawful duties with honesty in the whole state of U.P. within time frame as pleases this Hon'ble Court so that huge public funds swallowed by culprits for running Madarsas only on paper may be recovered from them and they may be prosecuted expeditiously as soon as possible in the interest of justice.

ii. Issue a writ, order or direction in the nature of Mandamus thereby commanding the opposite party No.5 to take every lawful steps immediately against the culprits who swallowed the huge public fund by showing and running Madarsa on paper and who make illegal appointments during lockdown of 2020 for recovery… Continue Reading...


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