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P R A Y E R S:

It is therefore, prayed that this Honble Supreme Court may be pleased to pass order constituting a Larger Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court to issue writ or writs of certiorari or Mandamus or any other appropriate decree, writ, declaration, direction or order interalia holding that:

    1. Jurisdiction and powers of the Supreme Court including the powers of interpretation in respect of Part III of the Constitution of India is clearly and exclusively referred, defined, derived, vested and can be inferred from Clause (1), (2) and (4) of Article 32 of the Constitution of India itself and cannot be imported from Chapter IV Part V of the Constitution or from anywhere else;
    2. Item No. 65 under Part V (Suit Relating to Immovable Property) under the Schedule for the Period of Limitations under section 2(j) and 3 of the Limitation Act, 1963 are completely inconsistent to Part III of the Constitution and under Article 13 of the Cosntitution should be declared as void;
    3. The Petitioner is entitled to move Curative Writ Petitions on the grounds of miscarriage of justice, and / or abuse of judicial proceedings, and / or orders without jurisdictions or under bias in respect of the orders passed in any of the Writ Petition filed by him before Supreme Court, without any certificate from any Advocate, but with a self-certificate that upon hearing on merit, if such fresh Writ Petition proved as vicious or based on frivolous or contains scandalous matters, or found to be without any basis, Petitioner shall be punished for Contempt of Honble Court for misusing the rights to remedy;
    4. For declaration that the Respondent Nos. 25 to 32 are not entitled to take any advantage from any Order or Judgment which under the laws of the land are not due, but obtained under embracement of respective Judicial Officers, and / or causing interpolations or forgery of the Order Sheets, and / or by adoption of any manipulations or any other criminal acts by criminal means, irrespective of the law of Limitations;
    5. For declaration that the Petitioner is entitled to recover damages from the Respondent No. 1 and 9 caused by omissions, or commissions or non-actions against or favours for Respondent Nos. 25 to 32 or their associates, men and agents with reference to respective Memorandums, Representations, Applications, and Complaints filed, submitted, placed before them or any of their respective Ministries or Departments or Officers or sub-ordinates by the Petitioner, including all those referred in the Writ Petition;
    6. Direction upon Respondent No. 6 to supervise and conduct enquiry through Respondent No.7 with reference to charges leveled in the Writ Petition about political clout acquired by the Respondent No. 25 to 32 and their men and agents and associates, and that how far they seriously jeopardises the smooth functioning of the administration and the safety of life and property of Petitioner, and how far acquired substantial financial and muscle powers and how far successfully corrupted the Government machinery at all levels and yielded enough influence to make the task of investigating and prosecuting agencies extremely difficult; how far even the members of the judicial system have not been escaped the embrace of the Mafiadom controlled by the Respondent No. 25 to 32 and submit report before Honble Court for appropriate directions;
    7. Direction upon the Respondent No.1 to ensure safety and security of the Petitioner and his family members and property at the cost of the State from the Respondent Nos. 25 to 32 and their men, agents and associates;
    8. Petitioner craves leave to refer to file separate Writ Petition to challenge Constitutional validity of the some of the Rules inserted in 1997 in the Supreme Court Rules 1966;
    9. Upon hearing on merit, if Writ Petition proved as vicious or based on frivolous or contains scandalous matters, Petitioner shall be punished for misuse of rights to remedy;
    10. For further or other order or orders as may be necessary for the ends of justice and as may be supplementary to the other orders; and
    11. For temporary injunction order with reference to prayers: e) f) and g).


Filed by




Dated October, 2003 Petitioner-in-person




In the matter of :-

Milap Choraria .PETITIONER


Union of India and OthersRESPONDENTS



I, Milap Choraria, previously known and called as Milap Chand Choraria, son of Late Shri Deep Chand Choraria, aged about 60 years, permanent resident of Post Office at Tamkore, District Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan, and presently correspondence address at A-47, Pal Mohan Plaza, 11/56, Desh Bandhu Gupta Road, Karol Bagh, Delhi-110005, do solemnly affirm and state as under:-

  1. That I am the Petitioner of the above Writ Petition, and I have filed the above Writ Petition in person and competent to swear this affidavit to the same.
  2. I say that the entire contents of the above Writ Petition are true to my knowledge as regards to the facts referred and are believed to be true and correct.
  3. I say that, no other Writ Petition with such prayers has been moved in this Honble Court or any High Court to the best of knowledge of the deponent.
  4. I say that nothing has been stated in the petition against any Honble Justice of the any Honble Court, except facts related to the embracement of the respective Judicial Officers.









Verified at New Delhi this the day of , 2003 that the contents of above affidavit are true to my knowledge and belief and nothing material has been concealed therefrom.





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