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IIT graduate fined Rs 50,000 for pleading for ‘Kashmir solution’

IIT-Bombay graduate assured that there can be no military solution for problem.

New Delhi:

Supreme court on Friday prayer a cost of 50,000 rupees on a petitioner who Execution sought of Manmohan Musharraf formula 4 points for The solution to the Kashmir dilemma.

a bench of Judges DY Chandrachud and Hima Kohli said he is not inclined to entertain plea Presented by Prabhakar Venkatesh Deshpande, IIT-Bombay Graduate, who Underlined there can be no military solution for problem.

Monument to Mr. Deshpande for The formula allegedly invented by him former Indian prime minister And the former president of Pakistan includes details of “autonomous, joint control, disarmament and porous borders” of that can be negotiated.

The bench He said the court can not enter the field of policy It appears that the petition more of A “Public interest claims”.

At first, it was bench He said she puts counsel for The petitioner on Note that it will be imposed cost on for him for Wasting court time with Such petitions.

“Of course we’ll hear you, but we put you down on Note that we will impose a cost,” The bench warned.

Advocate Arup Banerjee for The petitionerhe said that the country fought “two and a half wars” with Pakistan over Kashmir in The past 70 years old but there was no solution found.

“The petitioner pleads to file an immediate public interest lawsuit because he wishes to propose the award of a banking agreement – Manmohan Singh effect to me solve Kashmir issue,” He said in for him plea.

The bench after listening for A few minutes later, he said he was not inclined to accept the petition and slapped a cost of 50,000 rupees on The petitioner.

(Except for Title, this story It has not been edited by the NDTV crew and is posted from a syndicated feed.)

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