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Justice F.M. Ibrahim Kalifulla, who stayed the GO for three months on Tuesday, also said similar writ petitions filed up to Thursday evening alone would be considered for any interim relief.
Meanwhile, with just a day left for filing petitions challenging the GO, there was a huge rush in the filing section of the High Court. The number of applications having breached the 2,000-mark already, the section expects at least 2,000 more applications by Thursday evening. Many advocates, finding it difficult to cope with the slew of requests from permit-holders, were shuttling between the clients and the filing section to get their petitions numbered.
The Government, on its part, today filed an appeal against the interim stay.
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