Joining the list of useless PILs is this one :
Shruti Singh, a lawyer of the Patna High Court, filed a case against Tata in the Chief Judicial Magistrate’s court here Monday as, according to her, the launch could influence poll results and therefore was tantamount to violating the model code of conduct during elections. She has sought an injunction against the commercial launch of the Nano.
“I filed the case against Ratan Tata to expose his attempt to help Modi in the elections by commercially launching Nano to send (the) message that it was possible thanks to Modi,” Singh told IANS.
This is so silly that it is not even funny. For one, the Nano was planned well in advance and if not for Miss Mamta, it would have rolled well in advance, from a different state, ruled by a different party, crediting a different Chief Minister in the process; which discredits her logic in the first place. By filing the PIL, I believe she is trying to influence the poll results too; hence, someone can file a case against her. I really hope there are stricter laws against attention seekers and silly PIL filers. Also, notice the case being filed against Ratan Tata, which makes as much sense as the PIL itself. Well, atleast she is consistent I must say.
Soon I am going to file a PIL against PILs. And then a PIL against that PIL against PILs. And then a PIL against that. Then I will be famous one day. And I shall write a post on myself.