Social media information can't be part of PIL: High court
Information gathered from social media cannot be part of the pleadings in a public interest litigation, the Bombay HC said on Tuesday. A division bench of Chief Justice D K Upadhyaya and Justice Arif Doctor refused to hear a PIL filed by advocate Ajitsingh Ghorpade seeking a direction to the Maharashtra government to take measures to safeguard waterfalls and water bodies in the state. The bench noted that such petitions could not be entertained as it was a "sheer wastage" of time.
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