The alleged non-compliance with statutory and Election Commission mandated regulations, and their legal effect, cannot be examined through a summary proceeding under Order VII Rule 11, CPC, or even under Order XII Rule 6, CPC.
Supreme Court said that the petitioner has no locus to file the petition to sought inauguration of new Parliament building by the President and not the Prime Minister of India and that he should be grateful that the Court is not imposing any costs on him.
Supreme Court said that the conduct of the judge and her/his decisions must reflect and show independence, adherence to the democratic and constitutional values. This is necessary as the judiciary holds the centre stage in protecting and strengthening democracy and upholding human rights and the Rule of law.
The preamble of the RTI Act captures informed citizenry and promotes transparency in the functioning of the government, which makes petitioner entitled to know the procedure followed in the decision-making process of denying the permission to protest.
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