Deshpande had approached the High Court for early hearing of the complaint filed by her in a magistrate court seeking action against Shahrukh, Gauri and Jaslok Hospital and its doctor under the Pre-conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act.
She had sought early hearing on the ground that the Supreme Court said all cases under the PCPNDT Act should be heard and decided within six months.
Justice Sadhana Jadhav was on Thursday told by Shah Rukh's lawyer Pranav Bhadekar that the magistrate court had on Wednesday rejected Deshpande's application under section 28(3) of the PCPNDT Act seeking copies of the inquiry report prepared by the BMC.
"The magistrate has now posted the matter for recording the complainant's statement on November 13. Hence, nothing survives in this petition," Bhadekar said.
A lawyer, appearing on behalf of Deshpande, also agreed and said they would like to withdraw the petition.


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