How many writs and how much time is required in this largest democracy in the world to get justice.

How many writs and how much time is required in this largest democracy in the world to get justice.


Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh yogimpsingh@gmail.com

10:33 AM (5 minutes ago)

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With due respect .your applicant wants to draw the kind attention of the Hon’ble Sir to the following submissions as follows.            
1-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that  Sought Information.
Please made available the copy of counter affidavit submitted by Director secondary education Arth-1 Allahabad.
If not submitted , how more time will be taken by Director as he is prime accused in the matter who superseded the order of High court.
Pasted from <http://yogimpsingh.blogspot.in/2014/03/an-appeal-submitted-against-denial-of.html>Whether such information can’t be provided by the High court at Allahabad. 
 2-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that 8-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that from the attachment it is obvious from points 15  that aggrieved petitioner took the shelter fourth time in the High court at Allahabad and filed petition against the impugned order dated 1.2.2006 issued by director education (arth) Allahabad and Hon’ble High court passed the in writ no.20121/06 on 13.4.2006 that apparently the director education (arth) Allahabad through its order dated 1.2.2006 took under teeth the direction of High court ……. so counter affidavit may be submitted within ….. but counter affidavit was submitted by DIOS Mirzapur not by three others. More surprising is that director education (arth) Allahabad itself didn’t submit counter affidavit. 
3-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that When petitioner challenged the legality of impugned order of dismissal dated 1.8.90 , then court had jurisdiction only to check whether the impugned order of dismissal is in accordance with the law or not .But court passed the order as follows-Hon’ble court said as- “Accordingly,the impugned order of dismissal dated 1.8.90 is quashed. The petitioner shall be reinstated in the service forthwith and will be entitled to all the consequential benefits . However , he will be entitled to only 50% of emoluments of salary for the period of litigation up to the final order of this court.” Here this question arises that why Hon’ble court deprived the petitioner from 50% emoluments of salary without giving him proper opportunity to be heard as the order passed by court is arbitrary. Prayer was not made to provide 50% emoluments of salary. Petitioner still didn’t know why he was deprived from salary i.e. from legitimate fundamental right (Right to livelihood). Whether Right to justice is fundamental right is really available to citizens. 
This is humble request of your applicant  to you Hon’ble Sir that five petitions have been filed in the High Court but no justice could be delivered  by High court because of its cryptic orders which pave the way to bureaucrats to find loopholes in the order even when apex court has ordered in its various judgements that transparency and accountability is the integral part of sound judicial system. Please direct the concerned to take appropriate steps in accordance with the law so that CPIO High court may provide the sought information to your applicant. For this your applicant shall ever pray you Hon’ble Sir .                                      Yours sincerely
                                        Yogi M. P. Singh
Mohalla-Surekapuram , Jabalpur Road , District-Mirzapur ,State-Uttar Pradesh , India
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4 comments on How many writs and how much time is required in this largest democracy in the world to get justice.

  1. When petitioner challenged the legality of impugned order of dismissal dated 1.8.90 , then court had jurisdiction only to check whether the impugned order of dismissal is in accordance with the law or not .But court passed the order as follows-Hon'ble court said as- "Accordingly,the impugned order of dismissal dated 1.8.90 is quashed. The petitioner shall be reinstated in the service forthwith and will be entitled to all the consequential benefits . However , he will be entitled to only 50% of emoluments of salary for the period of litigation up to the final order of this court." Here this question arises that why Hon'ble court deprived the petitioner from 50% emoluments of salary without giving him proper opportunity to be heard as the order passed by court is arbitrary. Prayer was not made to provide 50% emoluments of salary. Petitioner still didn't know why he was deprived from salary i.e. from legitimate fundamental right (Right to livelihood). Whether Right to justice is fundamental right is really available to citizens.

  2. Since eight years passed and counter affidavit was not filed by director is showing that Director has no regard for High court. Here poor and downtrodden are grinding in corruption . There is sheer anarchy even in proceedings of court. When court took under teeth the direction of High court ,then he should be punished but high court has been teethless. It seems that sixth writ will decide whether director should comply the order of court or not. When court itself says that direction of court was taken under teeth by the director of secondary education but director overlooked the direction of court by not submitting the counter affidavit ,then what could be expected.

  3. As quoted in the text of post "From the attachment it is obvious from points 14 that director education (arth) Allahabad returned back the documents sent in order to sanction grant to pay dues through letter 1.2.2006 with quote that according to High court ,ordinary salary be paid of termination period so new salary fixation be made available". High court must take the cognizance of it and carelessness on the part of director secondary education must not be overlooked. Director must be severely punished for passing the order against the teeth of high court. The act of director secondary education have lowered the dignity of the court. It seems that there is need of one more writ that whether counter affidavit by director should be filed or not.

  4. As quoted by Hon'ble member Chandran Pichuli- Lt.Gen.'s inducted into ARMED FORCES TRIBUNAL, WHO ACTS TO HIS WHIMS AND FANCIES . LACK OF FAIR-PLAY adding fuel to fire to aggrieved ex-servicemen. The need for attitudinal changes and bring-about a mind-set before placement as the Administrative Member and expect commitment, fair-play and responsibility towards the aggrieved ex-serviceman who call at A.F.T. to redress their genuine grievances. Dismissing a genuine case but encouraging a molest case of a child,who gets reprieve: dismissal order of the authorities which was confirmed by Chief of the Air Staff in the statutory complaint preferred by the applicant is liable to be modified into that of removal of the applicant from service through discharge and the applicant is not entitled for reinstatement. However, he is found entitled to the alternative relief of pension benefits. The application filed by the applicant is allowed to that extent of grant of pensionary benefits since the dismissal order is modified as removal from service through discharge.? The respondents are, therefore, directed to prepare Pension Payment Order as per rules and to pay the pension payable to the applicant from the date of his discharge from service and other benefits payable to him, within a period of three months from the date of this order. In default, the applicant is entitled to collect the amount with interest at 12% per annum from this date. In other respects, the application is dismissed. No order as to costs.

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