Justice H L Dattu headed the bench on both the proceedings session quoted court's judgment rendered on the November 18, 2013. On all of the occasions the basis for dismissal of petitions was mutual. .On February 7, the court rejected to stay the tabling of Telangana Bill and on February 17, it refused to hear the two petitions challenging the division of Andhra Pradesh for the creation of Telengana.
“We do not see any change in the stage between November 18, 2013 and today (February 7). So we decline to interfere at this stage,” the bench had said while rejecting the special leave petition on February 17Henceforth, the apex court had said it cannot take a different stand and different view from what it had taken on February."Parliament is seized of the Bill. This is not a time for court to look into it. We understand your (petitioners) point that it is introduced," the bench had contended.However, it mentioned that writ petitions can be considered to be heard at an appropriate stage by the court.