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Petty cases should be decided at the HOD level : Cabinet Minister

Lucknow : September 22, 2007 The Uttar Pradesh Government has decided for early disposal of cases pending before the Hon’ble High Court in the State. It has been decided to review cases pending in every department, so that effective pursuance of cases could be ensured and they were disposed of at the earliest. A decision to this effect was taken during the meeting of a six-member high level committee constituted for suggesting ways and means for early disposal of cases involving various departments of the State Government pending before the Hon’ble High Court. The first meeting of the committee, presided over the Cabinet Minister Mr. Satish Chandra Misra was attended by Advocate General of U.P. Mr. Jyotindra Misra, Chief Secretary Mr. Prashant Kumar Misra, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Shailesh Krishna, Principal Secretary Law Mr. Syed Mazhar Abbas Abdi and Secretary Parliamentary Affairs Mr. Pradeep Dubey. Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Satish Misra said that the Government was taking the matter of pending cases seriously. It might be recalled that the Chief Justice of Supreme Court of India, during his Allahabad visit a few days earlier, had expressed deep concern over the large number of cases pending before courts. The committee had been constituted by the U.P. Chief Minister Km. Mayawati for suggesting ways and means for early disposal of pending cases. The Cabinet Minister said that 45 per cent of the total pending cases were related to service matters, suspension, transfer and departmental enquiry. He said that all the departments should review the pending cases concerning their departments within one month. The Chief Secretary would also monitor the progress of all such cases. He said that departments reviewing the cases should also come forward to dispose of small and petty matters at their own level, if possible. Mr. Satish Misra said that after obtaining the list of pending cases of all the departments from the office of the Advocate General, the work for disposal of cases should be allocated to the Government Counsels on the basis of their experience and expertise in different matters. Some Civil Judges should be appointed in the Law Department and their advice could also be obtained in these matters, he added. He further said that the petty cases, in which the Government had filed appeal, should also be reviewed. Counter affidavits had not been filed in a number of cases and a campaign should be launched for filing affidavits in such cases. Unanimous decision was taken in the meeting that the cases of contempt should also be reviewed and every effort should be made to avoid such a situation. The meeting also decided that every department should appoint a nodal officer for pursuance of cases concerning their departments and coordinate with the standing counsels in the pleading of the cases. It was decided during the meeting that the Advocate General will make available the list of fresh cases to the concerning department and it would be the duty of the department to make available the narrative of the case within a day to avoid inconvenience. The meeting also pondered over the issue that sometimes more than one writ was filed in similar matters and government should plead for clubbing of such writs. The State Government would also review the ambiguity of such rules and laws owing to which unnecessary cases were filed and take necessary action to amend them. Officers will also be imparted training for conducting departmental enquiries and certain cases will be handed over to the Administrative Tribunal for their early settlement. *****


Online edition of India’s National Newspaper
Sunday, Sep 23, 2007

‘Punish people getting jobs with false certificates’

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JD(S)-BJP Government accused of not protecting interests of SC/STs (Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath)

 Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath demand action against those responsible for inhuman treatment meted out to them



— Photo: V. Sreenivasa Murthy

Seeking action: Activists of the Karnataka State unit of Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath Vimochana’s Human Rights Forum staging a protest in front of the Mahatma Gandhi statue in Bangalore on Friday.

Bangalore: A large group of Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath, including women and children, under the banner of Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath Liberation Human Rights Forum-Karnataka, on Friday staged a demonstration in front of Mahatma Gandhi statue, here demanding punishment to those responsible for various types of inhuman treatment meted out to them in the State.

The protesters alleged that the Janata Dal (Secular)-Bharatiya Janata Party Government headed by H.D. Kumaraswamy had failed to protect the interests of women and children among Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath and other weaker sections. They demanded dismissal of this Government for failing to discharge its responsibilities.

State convenor of the forum Basavaraj Kautal alleged that 16,000 persons had secured jobs in various cadres in the State Government producing false caste certificates and impersonating as Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath. He demanded filing of criminal cases against them under the Prevention of Atrocities Act and replacing them with the qualified and eligible Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath.

Mr. Kautal alleged that the Directorate of Civil Rights Enforcement, the special courts, special prosecutors and all commissions of enquiries appointed by the successive governments to redress the grievances of Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath had failed in implementing the mandate given to these agencies.

He demanded that the agencies be made accountable. Criminal cases should be filed against the Deputy Commissioners, Superintendents of Police and MLAs concerned for atrocities against Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath, he said.

The State Human Rights Commission should constitute a committee to go into the charges of untouchability in the anganvadis, midday meal centres and other public places, he said.

The villages where  Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath and their women were subjected to torture and harassment should be declared as a separate village and they should be rehabilitated. All such families and those, who were facing social boycott should be provided with land and irrigation facilities for eking out a respectable life in society, Mr. Kautal said.

The Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath raised slogans condemning the Government’s inaction and urging implementation of their demands.

Later, the Forum presented a memorandum to the office of the Governor.

SC/ST(Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath) colony attacked near Srirangapatna, 11 injured

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Police lob teargas shells in the village; nine arrested




Top officials camping in the village

Old enmity suspected to be the cause




MYSORE: Eleven Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath were injured when a mob of over 150 people from “upper caste” attacked a Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath colony of Chikka Ankanahalli in Srirangapatna taluk of Mandya district on Friday night.

Three injured Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath have been admitted to K.R. Hospital, Mysore. On learning about the incident, the police rushed to the village and resorted to lathicharge to control the situation.

When this did not have any effect, they lobbed teargas shells to quell the mob. The situation is now under control and adequate police force has been deployed in the village, according to Superintendent of Police Seemanth Kumar Singh.

Mr. Singh, who is camping in the village, told The Hindu that nine persons had been arrested in this connection and a search was on to arrest others involved in the attack.

Motorcycle torched

The mob torched a motorcycle and three bicycles and damaged many houses. Officials were in the process of estimating the extent of damage, he said.

Senior officials, including Deputy Commissioner N.S. Channappa Gowda, Srirangapatna tahsildar Manjunath Prasad, Assistant Direct of Social Welfare Kavitharani are camping in the village.

Ms. Kavitarani said that efforts were on to disburse compensations to affected Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath immediately.

According to Chandrashekar, a Original Inhabitant of The Great Prabuddha Bharath leader who visited the village, “caste” Hindus had damaged 37 houses and injured 11 persons.

While the police attributed eve-teasing as the provocation, Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath leaders said animosity between youths belonging to “upper caste” and Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath was the reason behind the incident.

There are 150 Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath families at Chikka Ankanahalli, which comes under the jurisdiction of Arakere police. “Caste” Hindus form the majority in the village.

Mr. Chandrashekar said there was a fight between the two groups during Dasara Youth Sports in Srirangapatna recently and “caste” Hindus wanted to “teach Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath a lesson”.

Provocation

Original Inhabitant of The Great Prabuddha Bharath boy from Vajamangala visited Chikka Ankanahalli to invite his relatives for a ceremony on September 18. He was attacked by “caste” Hindu boys near a tea stall in the village. A few Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath youths retaliated near Vajamangala gate on September 19.

Mr. Chandrashekar said “Caste” Hindu youths hatched a plan and after immersing the Ganesh idol, they raided a Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath colony. They threw stones, damaged a Ganapathi pandal and the idol. They smudged the board of Ambedkar Sangh.

TV sets damaged

“Upper caste” youths attacked many houses and damaged television sets in three houses. Many Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath youths were injured when they tried to stop them, he said.

Protection sought

He urged the district authorities to arrest the accused and provide protection to Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath in the village. Any failure to do so would force the Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath Sangharsh Samiti  to launch an agitation, he said.

Condemning the attack on Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath, Guruprasad Keragodu, a Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath leader, said that it was the responsibility of the Government to take action against the accused by invoking SC/ST Atrocities (Prevention) Act. They should not be allowed to get bail.

Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath Day’

He said giving compensation would not help in solving the problem. The authorities should identify “sensitive” villages in districts, where there was animosity between “upper castes” and Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath and address the problem. “Otherwise, ‘upper caste’ people will continue their attacks on Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath, and the Government as a ritual will distribute compensation,” he said.

Instead of conducting a Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath Day in cities, authorities should organise a function in villages to boost the confidence of Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath, Mr. Keragodu added.

Scheduled Caste ( Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath) woman burnt to death in Firozabad  

Firozabad: A 

Firozabad: A Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath woman, whose son was accused of eloping with a girl of another caste, was burnt to death while her family members were held hostage in Sirsaganj area here on Friday, police said.

Goondas set the woman ablaze in Krishnanagar area of Sirsaganj police station area.

The woman later died in a hospital in Agra.

Two persons were arrested on Saturday, Superintendent of Police V.K. Garg said.

Her family members were later freed, he said. Police in strength have been deployed in the area. — PTI

 woman, whose son was accused of eloping with a girl of another caste, was burnt to death while her family members were held hostage in Sirsaganj area here on Friday, police said.

Goondas set the woman ablaze in Krishnanagar area of Sirsaganj police station area.

The woman later died in a hospital in Agra.

Two persons were arrested on Saturday, Superintendent of Police V.K. Garg said.

Her family members were later freed, he said. Police in strength have been deployed in the area. — PTI

 

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