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Madras High Court dismisses PIL in search of subsidy on diesel, kerosene for rural Tamil Nadu

The Madras High Court has disregarded a PIL looking for a route to the respondents to make sure sufficient meals protection to rural populace thru subsidies for diesel, petrol and kerosene for farmers engaged in mechanized farming in Tamil Nadu.

The PIL has been filed utilizing one Ayyaa. An illustration dated November 2, 2021, used to be made utilizing the petitioner earlier than submitting the PIL, whereby he had prayed for a discount of the fee of diesel, petrol and kerosene for the use of equipment and cars used in the agriculture and agro-based industries. Since the illustration of the petitioner used to be now not considered, the petitioner has filed the petition.

The Division Bench of Chief Justice Munishwar Nath Bhandari and Justice D. Bharatha Chakravarthy, whilst thinking about the PIL on February 14, found that the prayer made in the petition does now not come beneath the judicial scrutiny, as the prayer comes within the coverage choice of the Government and for that, a route in the nature as sought with the aid of the petitioner can’t be granted. It is up to the Government to body coverage for the supply of subsidies on diesel, petrol and kerosene.

“Because of the above and discovering that this courtroom has no jurisdiction to problem route on the respondents to take a coverage selection to make sure enough meals protection to the rural populace via subsidies on diesel, petrol and kerosene engaged in mechanized farming in the State of Tamil Nadu, the writ petition is dismissed,” the order reads.

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