Hon’ble High Court of Andhra Pradesh has held that,
The invocation of jurisdiction under extraordinary powers vested in this Court cannot be allowed to a person, who comes to the Court with unclean hands or suppressing material facts in order to gain advantage. The petitioner cannot take advantage of the lethargy or inaction on the part of the Government Officers. If the petitioner is really aggrieved, this Court will extend its helping hand in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution of India or/and the laws framed under it. But, this Court will never encourage misuse of process of this Court. This Court cannot be used for the purpose of getting interim orders to protect an unlawful need/demand of the litigants who are greedy. This is a sacred institution and it cannot be allowed to be polluted by unscrupulous litigants.
P.Parameshwar Reddy Vs The State Of Telangana on 10 August, 2015
In view of the suppression of fact of dismissal of W.P.No.25217 of 2003 on 16.11.2009, and not disclosing complete facts with regard to the case of the petitioner, this Writ Petition is dismissed with exemplary costs of Rs.5,000/- (Rupees five thousand only) payable by the petitioner to the Telangana Legal Services Authority within a period of four weeks.
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