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In the instent case, petition was not genuine.

Jurisdiction under GST — By public interest litigation, the petitioner prayed for issuance of writ of mandamus to protect welfare rights of the registered GST dealers by directing the respondents not to bother in earning livelihood by fair means of registered GSTN dealers and remove the hurdles for smooth business operations for the welfare of GSTN dealers and society as well. The Courts before entertaining the PIL should ensure that the PIL is aimed at redressal of genuine public harm or public injury. The court should also ensure that there is no personal gain, private motive or oblique motive behind filing the public interest litigation. Since, the petitioner failed to submit regarding his own credentials and as such, the writ petition is misuse and abuse of the process of the Court. — Ajeet Gupta Vs. U.O.I. Thru. Secy. Finance Ministry of Finance New Delhi & Anr. [2019] 17 TAXLOK.COM 077 (Allahabad)