The author's version is given below:
The matter is of rent and evacuation. Though the court gave order for eviction. The rent due from respondent was not ordered. So I've filed revision petition. Asking court to get me rent from respondent.
From this the following can be understood:
1. The original petition seeking several reliefs, was disposed by the trial court by partly allowing the petition granting the relief of eviction alone.
2. The petitioner has preferred an appeal against the aggrieved judgment which did not allow the recovery of rent before the appellate court in the district level and it is not revision [petition pending before the appellate court because revision can be filed before high court only and also there is no question of filing a revision petition once the case has been disposed.
3. In the appeal there is no question of chief examination or cross examination, hence the statement made by the author in the form of query is certainly a misleading hence any opinion given to his vague query would be a misleading opinion.
4. Since there is no examination of witness in appeal, the next step after the respondent appears before court is enquiry, i.e., the court will post the matter for arguments by petitioner/appellant and respondent.
So it is better that the querist reverts with the actual details.
Moreover due to current pandemic crisis the courts are expected to reopen by the end of April only, hence he cannot do anything now about it.