"We find no merit in any of the contentions raised in the special leave petition which would require a court to have any further look in the matter. The special leave petition is, accordingly, dismissed," said the bench, also comprising Justices S K Kaul and K M Joseph.
During the hearing, the bench sarcastically said, "We have made a wrong choice and the wrong choice has been acted upon by the President of India. And the concerned judge is now working. We will not do anything now."
The high court on June 11 had junked the PIL against the appointment of Justice Prasad, saying it cannot sit in an appeal over the decision of collegiums of the High Court or the Supreme Court.
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