The Supreme Court called worst petition : The Supreme Court (SC) has imposed a fine of Rs 25,000 on a student’s petition, describing it as ‘the worst’. This student had filed a petition in the Supreme Court demanding compensation of Rs 75 lakh from YouTube. He said that due to obscene advertisements appearing in the middle of the video, his concentration was disturbed and he failed in the examination.
what is the matter
Madhya Pradesh student Anand Prakash Chaudhary used to study for MP Police Recruitment Exam by watching online educational videos on YouTube. He said in his petition that obscene advertisements used to come in between these videos. Due to this his concentration was disturbed and his attention was distracted. For this reason, he could not pass the police recruitment exam. Holding YouTube responsible for his failure, the student filed a petition in the Supreme Court demanding compensation of Rs 75 lakh from YouTube.
Supreme Court reprimanded
A bench of Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice Abhay S Oak heard the matter on Thursday. During this, he expressed his displeasure over the student’s petition and termed it as ‘the worst and absurd’. He said that this petition is interesting but also absurd. Rejecting this, the court said that if you do not want to see the advertisement, then do not see it. Expressing displeasure over this, he told the student that you have wasted the time of the court. Along with this, a fine of Rs 25 thousand was imposed on the student.