Do not bother about people like Yadanand etc... they are suffering from deep complex...they are four five on this site and few of them have understood the importance of knowledge, this kid is in growing phase and will soon learn that he needs to learn rather than making such juvenile comments...the day his palm stops burning, he will grow up.....till then Instead of giving solution or ideas, this kid will continue to blabber on the site....
coming to point and ignoring such silly distractions, please note that once you have moved the revision petition, you must put in efforts to get the same decided on merit rather than this technicality, below references will help you.
Allahabad High Court ruled as under....Arif Akhtar 1985
112. No doubt, the petitioner challenged the legality of two different orders of different dates by means of
single revision. Section 64A gives a discretion to the Tribunal to call for the record of a case in which an order
has been passed and pass such order as it thinks fit. This can be done either at the instance of a party who has
a legal grievance or by the Tribunal suo motu. Once the machinery as envisaged in Section 64A has been set
into motion at the instance of a party, it becomes the duty of the Tribunal to look into the matter. The record
of the case was before the Tribunal and in that record there were two orders. It was in the discretion of the
Tribunal, keeping in view the interest of justice, to interfere with either both the orders or with one of the
orders or with none of them. It was equally open to it to have given to the petitioner an option to press for the
setting aside of either of the two orders. It, in my opinion, committed a patent error in rejecting the revision
outright on the mere ground that two orders had been impugned in it.
And Kolkata High Court ruled as under.... Baldal Gomes 1996
4. Under the Criminal Rules and Orders there is no bar to move a revisional application challenging orders
more than one but that must be of the same Court.
Revision court will think twice before dismissing your revision in limine, once you bring above to notice...