If concerned public functionaries accountable to safeguard human rights deem appropriate to take action

If concerned public functionaries accountable to safeguard human rights deem appropriate to take action ,may provide reprieve to victim raised voices against wrongdoing in higher judiciary.

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

16:19 (7 hours ago)

to urgent-action
Subject-Hon’ble Sir undoubtedly matter concerned with 
Justice C S Karnan invites the attention of the advocates of 
Human rights at the international level.
With great respect to revered Sir , your applicant invites the 
kind attention of the Hon’ble Sir to the following submissions 
as follows.
1-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that undoubtedly 
Justice C S Karnan is man of sound mind but if following practices
 will remain continued will cause him to be crazy. Whether it is 
justified to torture an individual to such a degree that he may 
start to lose status of mental balance. What is wrong done by 
justice C.S. Karnan if he raised voices against some wrongdoings 
as pursued his civil duties? Whether civil duties and rights are 
encroached by the employer?
The Supreme Court on Tuesday sentenced Calcutta High Court judge Justice 
C S Karnan to six months in jail for contempt of court.
Meanwhile, speaking to a TV news channel, a defiant Justice Karnan said that the 
Supreme Court was not following the legal process and the order against him was
 a breach of law.
He said that he will set the SC’s order aside and not surrender.
Earlier on Monday, Justice Karnan ‘sentenced’ Chief Justice of India J S Khehar
 and seven other judges of the Supreme Court to five years rigorous imprisonment.
While announcing the decision, Justice Karnan said the judges have “jointly 
committed the offences punishable under the SC/ST Atrocities Act of 1989 and 
amended Act of 2015.
According to PTI, he named members of the apex court’s seven-judge bench, 
comprising the Chief Justice of India, Justice Dipak Misra, Justice J 
Chelameswar, Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice Madan B Lokur, Justice Pinaki 
Chandra Ghose and Justice Kurian Joseph.
The bench had initiated suo motu(on its own) contempt proceedings against Justice 
Karnan and restrained him from performing judicial and administrative work.
Justice Karnan also added another supreme court judge Justice R Banumathi in 
the list against whom the order was passed for having restrained his judicial 
and administrative work along with CJI Khehar.
Justice Karnan had on May 4 declined to undergo a mental health checkup as 
ordered by the supreme court, telling a team of doctors he is “absolutely normal” 
and has a “stable mind”.
Stating that the eight judges of the apex court have committed caste discrimination
, Justice Karnan said they “shall be punished under the Scheduled Caste and 
Scheduled Tribes Atrocities Act, 1989”.
He alleged that the eight judges “have operated judicial and adminstrative power 
and harassed a dalit judge besides insulting me at a public institution. The same 
has been proved beyond all the reasonable doubt from their orders.
“Hence, an adjudication is not required in the instant case,” Justice Karnan said in
 his order from his makeshift court at his home in Rosedale towers, New Town here. 
In his order, Justice Karnan imposed ‘sentences’ of five years each and a fine of 
Rs one lakh on three counts, under sub-sections (1)(m), (1)(r) and (1)(u) of Section 
3 of the SC/ST Atrocities Act.
Justice Karnan directed that all the three ‘sentences’ would run concurrently and 
said that if the fines were not paid, they would “undergo further six months of 
imprisonment.”
He directed that the fine amount be “paid within a period of one week to the 
National Commission, Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Constitutional body, 
Khan Market, New Delhi from date of receipt of the order.”
Justice Karnan also said that an order passed by him on April 13 directing the 
member judges of the seven-judge bench to pay a fine of Rs 14 crore was in force 
and ordered “the Registrar General attached to the Supreme Court to recover the 
said amount from the salary of each.”
He also directed Justice Banumathi to pay a compensation of Rs two crore. 
The apex court has taken suo motu cognisance of various letters written by Justice
 Karnan against judges of the Madras high court and the supreme court and 
restrained him from exercising administrative and judicial power from February 8.
Justice Karnan appeared before the supreme court on March 31 in connection with 
the contempt proceeding, becoming the first high court judge to do so in the 
history of Indian judiciary.
(With PTI inputs)
2-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that Justice Karnan’s 
letter went on to state: “I have given a recent 
allegation that there were 20 corrupt judges in the 
Madras High Court and the Hon’ble Justice S Kishan
 Kaul is No. 1 accused.Even this accusation was 
ignored although my complaint is still on file. It is 
observed that the 7 judges mentioned above are all 
out for a contempt case against me, presumably to 
clear the path for Justice Mr. S K Kaul’s elevation 
(to the Supreme Court).”During a phone 
conversation , “he is facing financial constraints 
because of which he is not able to travel to Delhi 
and hire a high-profile lawyer”. For details ,please visit-
3-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that Noting his presence 
before the court, the bench, also comprising Justices Dipak Misra, 
J Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, M B Lokur, P C Ghose and Kurian 
Joseph, asked Justice Karnan if he was willing to tender an 
unconditional apology and withdraw his earlier communications. 
Justice Karnan, who had alleged discrimination and social boycott 
by companion judges on various grounds including his being Dalit, 
said, “I am also holding constitutional post. My dignity has been hurt 
and work has been taken away without hearing me.”For details , visit
 on this link –
This is humble request of your applicant to you Hon’ble Sir that It 
can never be justified to overlook  the rights of citizenry by 
delivering services in arbitrary manner by floating all set up norms. 
This is sheer mismanagement which is encouraging wrongdoers to 
reap benefit of loopholes in system and depriving poor citizens from
 right to justice. Therefore it is need of hour to take concrete steps
 in order to curb grown anarchy in the system. For this your applicant
 shall ever pray you Hon’ble Sir.
                                          Yours  sincerely
                            Yogi M. P. Singh Mobile number-7379105911
Mohalla-Surekapuram, Jabalpur Road District-Mirzapur ,
 Uttar Pradesh ,India.

2 comments on If concerned public functionaries accountable to safeguard human rights deem appropriate to take action

  1. Hon’ble Sir undoubtedly matter concerned with
    Justice C S Karnan invites the attention of the advocates of
    Human rights at the international level.Hon’ble Sir undoubtedly
    Justice C S Karnan is man of sound mind but if following practices
    will remain continued will cause him to be crazy. Whether it is
    justified to torture an individual to such a degree that he may
    start to lose status of mental balance. What is wrong done by
    justice C.S. Karnan if he raised voices against some wrongdoings
    as pursued his civil duties? Whether civil duties and rights are
    encroached by the employer?

  2. Hon’ble Sir Noting his presence
    before the court, the bench, also comprising Justices Dipak Misra,
    J Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, M B Lokur, P C Ghose and Kurian
    Joseph, asked Justice Karnan if he was willing to tender an
    unconditional apology and withdraw his earlier communications.
    Justice Karnan, who had alleged discrimination and social boycott
    by companion judges on various grounds including his being Dalit,
    said, “I am also holding constitutional post. My dignity has been hurt
    and work has been taken away without hearing me

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