New Parliament Inauguration: The controversy over the inauguration of the new Parliament by PM Modi is not stopping. The Supreme Court has refused to hear the petition filed against this inauguration. The court told the petitioner’s lawyer, ‘Why don’t we impose a fine on you for filing such a petition.’ During the hearing, while arguing on behalf of the petitioner, it was said that the President has the post of constitutional head. We don’t want to interfere.
During the hearing, while arguing on behalf of the petitioner, it was said that the President has the post of constitutional head. On this, it was said by the Supreme Court that this is not a matter in which the court should interfere. The executive head (prime minister) is a member of parliament. The constitutional head (president) is part of the parliament. We are going to dismiss the petition.
After this, the lawyer sought permission to withdraw the petition. On this, the Solicitor General said, if the petition is allowed to be withdrawn, it will go to the High Court. On this, the court asked the petitioner whether you would go to the High Court. It was said on behalf of the lawyer, no. On this, the judge allowed the petition to be withdrawn.