E-Courts is one of the achievements of Modi Sir but how is it benefitting to people?

At least information must be updated timely so that feedback may be easily accessible to parties.

Saturday, June 6, 2020

1:24 PM

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At least information must be updated timely so that feedback may be easily accessible to parties.

From

Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M. P. Singh

To

presidentofindia@rb.nic.in; supremecourt; pmosb; urgent-action; cmup; hgovup@up.nic.in; csup@up.nic.in; uphrclko@yahoo.co.in; lokayukta@hotmail.com

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Saturday, June 6, 2020 12:30 PM

E-COURTS Official website of District Courts, at a glance of this website and its feedings, it is quite obvious that its motive is to promote transparency and accountability the working of the judiciary. Latest updates would be made available to the parties concerned with the litigations so that they may not wander here and there unnecessarily. It is most unfortunate that apparently, it seems that this website contains minutes of proceedings whatever is going on in the Hon’ble court but the real fact is that nothing is available concerned with the court proceedings. Undoubtedly open court hearings mean proceedings of the court may be carried out in the transparent and accountable manner so that integrity of the court may always remain unquestionable. Undoubtedly E-COURTS is one of the strongest components of the development carried out by our great prime minister Modi Sir known as an embodiment of development in this largest democracy in the world.

Most revered Sir Your applicant invites the kind attention of Honble Sir with due respect to the following submissions as follows.

1-It is submitted before the Honble Sir that  51A. Fundamental duties It shall be the duty of every citizen of India (a) to abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem;(h) to develop the scientific temper, humanism and the spirit of inquiry and reform;

(i) to safeguard public property and to abjure violence;

(j) to strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity so that the nation constantly rises to higher levels of endeavour and achievement.

2-It is submitted before the Honble Sir that following is the status of the complaint submitted before the court of Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate first in the district court Mirzapur.

E-COURTS

Official website of District Courts

Back

Chief Judicial Magistrate

Case Details

Case Type: Complaint Cases

Filing Number: Filing Date: 22-09-2007

Registration Number: 1102315/2007Registration Date: 22-09-2007

CNR Number: UPMI02-001939-2007

Case Status

First Hearing Date: 17th January 2015

Next Hearing Date: 15th May 2020         Date Not Updated

Stage of Case: Evidence

Court Number and Judge: 11-Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

Petitioner and Advocate

1) Santoshdhar Dubey

Respondent and Advocate

1) Yogi M.P.Singh

Acts

Under Act(s)

Under Section(s)

Indian Penal Code

500,501

History of Case Hearing

Registration Number

Judge

Business On Date

Hearing Date

Purpose of hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

17-01-2015

10-02-2015

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

10-02-2015

07-03-2015

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

07-03-2015

17-04-2015

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

17-04-2015

22-05-2015

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

22-05-2015

25-06-2015

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

25-06-2015

10-07-2015

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

10-07-2015

21-08-2015

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

21-08-2015

24-08-2015

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

24-08-2015

11-09-2015

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

11-09-2015

26-09-2015

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

26-09-2015

29-10-2015

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

29-10-2015

28-11-2015

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

28-11-2015

23-01-2016

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

23-01-2016

25-03-2016

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

25-03-2016

25-04-2016

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

25-04-2016

30-08-2016

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

30-08-2016

12-01-2017

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

12-01-2017

21-03-2017

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

21-03-2017

13-08-2017

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

13-08-2017

11-10-2017

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

11-10-2017

17-01-2018

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

17-01-2018

26-02-2018

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

26-02-2018

29-03-2018

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

29-03-2018

24-04-2018

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

24-04-2018

21-05-2018

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

21-05-2018

29-06-2018

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

29-06-2018

20-08-2018

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

20-08-2018

16-11-2018

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

16-11-2018

08-01-2019

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

08-01-2019

16-03-2019

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

16-03-2019

20-05-2019

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

20-05-2019

20-06-2019

Hearing

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

20-06-2019

01-08-2019

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

01-08-2019

21-09-2019

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

21-09-2019

18-11-2019

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

18-11-2019

11-12-2019

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

11-12-2019

18-02-2020

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

18-02-2020

27-04-2020

Evidence

1102315/2007

Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1

27-04-2020

15-05-2020

Evidence

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3-It is submitted before the Honble Sir that undoubtedly we are suffering from the lackness of resources because of financial crunch but we should make efforts for partial success of the scheme. If this website cant tell me next date hearing and brief proceedings detail, then how the motive of our great prime minister and achievement of the goal of the E-COURTS would be available to us.

                       खुदा भी आसमाँ से जब जमी पे देखता होगा |

             इस मेरे प्यारे देश को क्या हुआ सोचता होगा||

This is a humble request of your applicant to you Hon’ble Sir that how can it be justified to withhold public services arbitrarily and promote anarchy, lawlessness and chaos arbitrarily by making the mockery of law of land? There is need of the hour to take harsh steps against the wrongdoer to win the confidence of citizenry and strengthen the democratic values for healthy and prosperous democracy. For this, your applicant shall ever pray you, Hon’ble Sir.

Date-06/06/2020           Yours sincerely

                              Yogi M. P. Singh, Mobile number-7379105911, Mohalla- Surekapuram, Jabalpur Road, District-Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh, Pin code-231001.

Chief Judicial Magistrate

Case Details

COMPLAINT CASES
22-09-2007
UPMI020019392007   (Note the CNR number for future reference) View QR Code / Cause Title

Case Status

17th January 2015
15th May 2020  Date Not Updated

Petitioner and Advocate

1) Santoshdhar Dubey

Respondent and Advocate

1) Yogi M.P.Singh

Acts

Under Act(s) Under Section(s)
Indian Penal Code 500,501

 

History of Case Hearing

 

Judge Business On Date Hearing Date Purpose of hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 17-01-2015 10-02-2015 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 10-02-2015 07-03-2015 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 07-03-2015 17-04-2015 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 17-04-2015 22-05-2015 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 22-05-2015 25-06-2015 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 25-06-2015 10-07-2015 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 10-07-2015 21-08-2015 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 21-08-2015 24-08-2015 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 24-08-2015 11-09-2015 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 11-09-2015 26-09-2015 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 26-09-2015 29-10-2015 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 29-10-2015 28-11-2015 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 28-11-2015 23-01-2016 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 23-01-2016 25-03-2016 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 25-03-2016 25-04-2016 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 25-04-2016 30-08-2016 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 30-08-2016 12-01-2017 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 12-01-2017 21-03-2017 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 21-03-2017 13-08-2017 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 13-08-2017 11-10-2017 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 11-10-2017 17-01-2018 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 17-01-2018 26-02-2018 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 26-02-2018 29-03-2018 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 29-03-2018 24-04-2018 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 24-04-2018 21-05-2018 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 21-05-2018 29-06-2018 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 29-06-2018 20-08-2018 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 20-08-2018 16-11-2018 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 16-11-2018 08-01-2019 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 08-01-2019 16-03-2019 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 16-03-2019 20-05-2019 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 20-05-2019 20-06-2019 Hearing
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 20-06-2019 01-08-2019 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 01-08-2019 21-09-2019 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 21-09-2019 18-11-2019 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 18-11-2019 11-12-2019 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 11-12-2019 18-02-2020 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 18-02-2020 27-04-2020 Evidence
Addi. Chief Judicial Magistrate Court No 1 27-04-2020 15-05-2020 Evidence
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Bhoomika Singh
5 months ago

Right to Information act 2005 was introduced by the government of India to promote transparency and accountability in the working of public authority. Everyone knows that what happened with this August act in this largest democracy in the world because of the rampant corruption in the government offices. Four wrongdoer Public Information Officers were punished by the state information commission of government of Uttar Pradesh by imposing penalty of Rs. 25000 each and thus rupees 1 lakh was slapped on them but government of Uttar Pradesh did not recover those penalties imposed by the state information commission. Whether such activities will not promote corruption in the government machinery multiply?

Beerbhadra Singh
Beerbhadra Singh
5 months ago

During the last parliamentary elections, e-court remained election rhetoric but the truth of e-courts is quite before the citizenry of this country. Modi Sir also repeatedly promised to electorates to provide the facility of the e-courts. From this post, truth of the e-courts is before the citizenry and they must decide truth of the e-courts.

Arun Pratap Singh
5 months ago

ECOMMITTEE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA POLICY AND ACTION PLAN DOCUMENT
PHASE II OF THE ECOURTS PROJECT (as approved on 8th January, 2014)
Data entry of pending cases is in progress and has reached an advanced stage of completion. Think about the false report as post has several links but no consistent data feeding.

Preeti Singh
5 months ago

E-Courts is one of the achievements of Modi Sir but how is it benefiting to people? Undoubtedly it is the question of the electorates must be replied by the Modi Sir as he only misused the huge exchequer in the name reform in the judiciary but we are going to be weaker and weaker. Undoubtedly such steps will be fruitful if it will be implemented with the honesty. It is common acceptance that our judiciary is also adopting the same path of corruption as adopted by bureaucrats and executives.

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