As a result, his 1MDB audit tampering trial, scheduled for the whole of this week, has been vacated.
At present, the cases are being heard before Justices Mohamed Zaini Mazlan and Datuk Muhammad Jamil Hussin.
The hearing was supposed to resume today.
Among others, he claimed that the trial judge, Justice Mohd Nazlan Mohd Ghazali, was wrong in finding that his action of not returning the RM42 million SRC money was detrimental to his defence.
He also claimed in the 42-page petition that the judge was wrong in rejecting his defence over the contribution made by the late King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.
They are seeking a declaration from the court that Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali, as their MP, owes them a fiduciary duty and is a trustee in respect of his relationship with his constituents, including themselves. They also want a declaration that he had breached his representation to them, and as such breached the fiduciary obligations owed to them.
The trial will resume next week (Dec 7).
Her lawyers had argued that Sri Ram was appointed by the then Attorney-General Tan Sri Tommy Thomas to handle only 1MDB cases.
It was scheduled to start tomorrow.
A lawyer from law firm Skrine, which is representing Dhaya Maju-LTAT, said High Court Judge Datuk Aliza Sulaiman had yesterday fixed Dec 23, 2020 for case management.
Dhaya Maju-LTAT files judicial review to halt KVDT2 retendering process, challenge project termination
Dhaya Maju-LTAT named the government and the Transport Minister as defendants in the judicial review application, where it is seeking permission to have the merits of the case heard in full.