In the instant case, the PIL was filed in the apex court of India by Advocate Shailendra Mani seeking relaxation of the dress code of advocates and seeking appropriate directions to BCI to make amendments in the rules to exempt them from wearing the black coats and gowns in the summer months. During the trial, the Senior advocate in defence of the petitioner contended that wearing the black coats during the heat waves cause discomfort to the legal practitioners in court due to the non-availability of air conditioners consequently affecting their fecundity of them while moving to and fro from courts to courts. In the response, the SC pointed out the PIL filed under Article 32 of the Constitution. As a resort, the bench consisting of Justice Indira Banerjee and V Bamasubramania directed the petitioner to approach the Bar Council of India concerning grievances. In the nutshell, the court elucidated that the petitioner can approach the highest court with a plea against in case of inactions by BCI. Laconically, the court declined to entertain the plea which results in the withdrawal of an appeal by the petitioner.