It may be mentioned that in course of hearing on the 12th October, the Court had given absentee Sheila Dikshit last chance and given her orders to personally appear in the Court of Metropolitan Magistrate on the 9th November. If she does not appear on this date then her case will be dismissed by the court.
On the date of last hearing, Shri Vijender Gupta had himself argued before the Magistrate that the Sheila Dikshit is the complainant but she is deliberately not appearing in the court. The objective of her case was to harass BJP Delhi Pradesh President Vijender Gupta because he has initiated movement against the connivance between Chief Minister and the three power companies.
Chief Minsiter had appeared only once out of 10 dates in the court whereas under Section-256 of CrPC complainant has to appear on every date. Taking serious view of the continuous absence of the Chief Minister Court held that Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit is common person in the eye of court. It makes no different to the court if she is the Chief Minister. Everyone is equal in eye of law.