Sunday, 14 September 2014

Justice Sudhanshu Jyoti Mukhopadhaya compromised by Ashram Trustees

Today Mr. Justice Sudhanshu Jyoti Mukhopadhaya visits Ashram Trustees in the evening and enjoys their hospitality. There is no bar from the Judges visiting the Ashram as devotees. But when matters are pending before them are they professionally correct in doing so? Already Justice S.J. Mukhopadhaya has passed malafide orders without following principles of natural justice and blatantly favoring trustees. Order dated 29.04.2014 is produced below.

Trustees request him to compromise Five Prasad sisters case. Let us see what he does next.

ITEM NO.26                  COURT NO.10               SECTION XII

              S U P R E M E    C O U R T   O F    I N D I A
                            RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS

Petition(s) for Special Leave to Appeal (Civil) No(s).27620/2012

(From the judgement and order dated 03/08/2012 in CRP No.4219/2010 of The HIGH COURT OF MADRAS)

JAYASHREE PRASAD & ORS.                                  Petitioner(s)


SRI AUROBINDO ASHRAM TRUST & ORS                         Respondent(s)

With    appln(s)    for    vacating    interim order dated 28.09.2012,permission to place addl. documents on record and prayer for interim relief and office report )

Date: 29/04/2014    This Petition was called on for hearing today.


For Petitioner(s)
                              Mr. Gopal Jain, Sr. Adv.
                              Mr. Manu Nair, Adv.
                              M/S Suresh A. Shroff & Co.,Adv.

For Respondent(s)
                              Mr.   Sanjiv Parikh, Adv.
                              Mr.   B. Parveen, Adv.
                              Mr.   A.N. Singh, Adv.
                              Mr.   N. Vidha, Adv.
                              Ms.   Anitha Shenoy,Adv.

             UPON hearing counsel the Court made the following
                                 O R D E R

       The Special Leave Petition is dismissed.
       However, on the request of the learned counsel for the petitioners, petitioners are allow to vacate suit premises upto 31st July, 2014 subject to filing of usual


undertaking    within    four    weeks     and   following
       1. Petitioners shall maintain discipline in the
          Ashram and follow the rules and regulations
       2. In case of non-compliance of the order
          passed by this Court, it will be open to the
          respondents to ask to initiate contempt
          proceedings against the petitioners.

 (Neeta)                              (Usha Sharma)
 Sr.P.A.                               Court Master

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