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  India   All India  21 Aug 2018  Hungry and frustrated, TN man creates ruckus in Supreme Court

Hungry and frustrated, TN man creates ruckus in Supreme Court

PTI
Published : Aug 21, 2018, 11:40 am IST
Updated : Aug 21, 2018, 1:50 pm IST

After an enquiry it was learnt that the man had lost his case in Madras HC and had come to Delhi to file an appeal before SC five days ago.

Supreme Court security informed the police that a man was lying inside the complex in an unconscious state. (Photo: File/PTI)
 Supreme Court security informed the police that a man was lying inside the complex in an unconscious state. (Photo: File/PTI)

New Delhi: A man allegedly created a ruckus out of frustration and hunger inside the Supreme Court complex on Monday, a police official said.

The Supreme Court security informed the police that a man was lying inside the complex in an unconscious state, the official said.

He was later identified as Babu, a resident of Coimbatore, the official said.

After an enquiry, it was learnt that Babu had lost his case in the Madras High Court. He had come to Delhi to file an appeal before the apex court five days ago, the official said, without giving details of the case.

The official said Babu was hungry and was also frustrated because he could not file his appeal due to a lack of required papers.

Legal aid at the Supreme Court advised him to come with the complete set of documents, after which he came to the parking area of the court and laid on the ground and started shouting and screaming, the officer said.

He was admitted to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital and is doing better now, the officer added.

Tags: supreme court, madras high court, ram manohar lohia hospital
Location: India, Delhi, New Delhi