The judge asked the petitioner to take up the matter with Central Administrative Tribunal, which is the competent authority to look after the service matters of AIS officers.
The bench consisting of Chief Justice Kalyan Jyoti Sengupta and Justice P.V. Sanjay Kumar, accused the petitioner of filing frivolous petitions. Being a MLA the petitioner is not the affected party and he could not be aggrieved by the appointment, the bench had said. “Your client is not an affected party. He is an MLA. How can he be aggrieved by the appointment,” Justice Sengupta asked the counsel for Mr. Kodali Nani.
The judge also said that there was no valid ground for interference at this stage and doing so was nothing more than a waste of time.