MGNREGA fund gone into pockets of concerned ,C.B.I. enquiry is the need of hour ,thanks to Judges.

Following accused were
found in the enquiry of E.O.W. in Mirzapur district.
Economic offences
wing carried out investigation in seven districts of state . Halia block of
Mirzapur District remained at the topmost position in regard to irregularity.
In this block alone ,54 cases were registered. During the financial year 2007
to 2010 ,total 25 were made accused as report made available by E.O.W. to High
Court. Charges were made by E.O.W. against following-1-D.M. Madhukar Dwivedi
,2-D.M. Ramakant Shukla 3-Incharge D.M./C.D.O. Jaswant Singh ,4-C.D.O.Bhagelu
Ram 5-C.D.O. Vijay Pratap Singh 6-C.D.O.Rajendra Kumar 7-B.D.O. Sunil Kumar
Tiwari 8-B.D.O. Tejbhan Singh 9-B.D.O. Bhola Nath Kannojia 10-B.D.O. Asha Ram
Singh 11- B.D.O. Shesh Nath 12-PRD Officer Harinam Singh 13-J.E. Radhamohan
Singh 14-Ashok Kumar Singh 15-Pramod Kumar Singh 16-A.D.O. Ram Bachan Ram
17-Sudama Prasad Gawde 18-Karnel Ashok Singh 19-V.D.O. Surendra Kumar Tiwari
20-Block Pramukh Gyanendra Singh 21-Rajeev Gupta 22-Sanjay Singh 23-Birendra
Bahadur Singh  24-Anil Singh  All the D.M.s and C.D.O. s were left scot
free because in the eye of Government of Uttar Pradesh there was no criminal
intention of these senior rank officers.

Hon’ble
friends- according to report of Amar Ujala daily dated-25-July-2013
-investigating agency E.O.W. quoted in its report
 that there is large scale irregularity in the implementation of
MGNREGA as they found during the investigation. According to investigating
agency ,two District Magistrates , six C.D.Os. , seven B.D.Os. and several
other officers were indulged in siphoning the public fund meant to MGNREGA
scheme in District Mirzapur. According to leading daily ,High Court had
expressed resentment over earlier investigating report and ordered
re-investigation into the scandal. To abide by the direction of High court
,E.O.W. had completed the investigation by the last week of June. Thus the
large scale irregularity came to light in the implementation MGNREGA scheme in
district Mirzapur. According to E.O.W. report , public fund Rs.4 Crore was
misused. Investigating agency sought the approval /sanction of Government of
Uttar Pradesh to prosecute offenders accountable for siphoning public fund
meant to MGNREGA scheme. Hon’ble friends please take a glance of following
link-
http://yogimpsingh.blogspot.com/2013/07/government-of-uttar-pradesh-must-grant.html

5 comments on MGNREGA fund gone into pockets of concerned ,C.B.I. enquiry is the need of hour ,thanks to Judges.

  1. Following accused were found in the enquiry of E.O.W. in Mirzapur district.
    Economic offences wing carried out investigation in seven districts of state . Halia block of Mirzapur District remained at the topmost position in regard to irregularity. In this block alone ,54 cases were registered. During the financial year 2007 to 2010 ,total 25 were made accused as report made available by E.O.W. to High Court. Charges were made by E.O.W. against following-1-D.M. Madhukar Dwivedi ,2-D.M. Ramakant Shukla 3-Incharge D.M./C.D.O. Jaswant Singh ,4-C.D.O.Bhagelu Ram 5-C.D.O. Vijay Pratap Singh 6-C.D.O.Rajendra Kumar 7-B.D.O. Sunil Kumar Tiwari 8-B.D.O. Tejbhan Singh 9-B.D.O. Bhola Nath Kannojia 10-B.D.O. Asha Ram Singh 11- B.D.O. Shesh Nath 12-PRD Officer Harinam Singh 13-J.E. Radhamohan Singh 14-Ashok Kumar Singh 15-Pramod Kumar Singh 16-A.D.O. Ram Bachan Ram 17-Sudama Prasad Gawde 18-Karnel Ashok Singh 19-V.D.O. Surendra Kumar Tiwari 20-Block Pramukh Gyanendra Singh 21-Rajeev Gupta 22-Sanjay Singh 23-Birendra Bahadur Singh 24-Anil Singh All the D.M.s and C.D.O. s were left scot free because in the eye of Government of Uttar Pradesh there was no criminal intention of these senior rank officers.

  2. Here most are indulged in corruption and no one wants to redress the grievances of common people .High court ordered inquiry in MGNREGA by C.B.I. but C.B.I. is not initiated its job but wrongdoers are busy in concealing its wrongs. O God save us from the anarchists. Whether we can get justice in this anarchy. Whether the large scale bungling of fund in MGNREGA will be ever searched by premier investigating agency by adopting such lackadaisical approach.

  3. When I had took glance in the early morning of leading daily Amar Ujala .then according to news few B.D.Os were busy in checking the records of 2007 to 2010 in order to conceal the wrongs committed by them when they were posted at the block. Now it is duty of government ,not to allow such B.D.Os to subvert the evidence which may be substantial evidence against them for premier investigating agency.

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    LONDON: The piling number of pending cases in the Indian judiciary is legendary, estimates saying it would take 320 years to clear the backlog of 31.28 million cases pending in various courts across the country.

    And it is this "sluggish pace" that has come in for severe criticism by the British high court in the recent naval war room leak case.

    The Court this week squashed the extradition order of Ravi Shankaran signed earlier by UK's home secretary.

    The two-member bench comprising Lord Brian Leveson and Justice Blake sitting in the Queen's Bench Division in London ruled: "Prima Facie there is no case against Ravi Shankaran".

    The High Court pulled up the CBI saying that an Indian court had not commenced the trial till date, though the case was filed in June 2006.

    The Court rejected the demand and ordered the CBI to pay over a crore to Shankaran against the legal costs incurred by him.

    According to the judgment released here on Friday, the judges laid out the facts of the proceedings, which commenced in 2010.

    "To date, the proceedings have lasted three years: the district judge did not put the blame for such delay on the appellant (Shankaran). In the meantime, it is not in dispute that proceedings in India have also moved at what can only be described as a sluggish pace," the order reads.

    It added: "It took around six years (from initial arrest in April 2006 until an appellate decision of the Indian courts dated 11 May 2012) for the Indian defendants to secure bail. As at that date, the documentary basis of the case against them had still not been disclosed," it adds.

    "Irrespective of the identity of the requesting state, for as long as any defendant to the extradition process is within this jurisdiction, he or she is entitled to rely on the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR). If extradition would breach the Appellant's human rights, then he must not be extradited," the ruling points out.

    The UK court had earlier said that it seemed like India no longer felt there was credible and admissible evidence against the accused.

  5. अवगत करना है की माँ भारती को नोच नोच कर खाने वाले इन गद्दारो को जरूर सजा मिलनी चाहिए कारन की हालिया जैसा ब्लाक पुरे भारत वर्ष में सबसे पिछड़ा ब्लाक है हालिया ब्लाक मिर्ज़ापुर जनपद में पड़ता है कभी हालिया ब्लाक का निरीछन करें तो प्राचीन भारत का दर्शन आज भी होता है और भारत सरकार के द्वारा चलाई गई लाभकारी योजनाएं जिसका लाभ इन गद्दारो की वजह से नहीं मिल पाया और आज भी हालिया ब्लाक पिछड़ा ही है।
    इन्हें दोषी पाये जाने पर अवश्य सजा मिलनी चाहिए।
    प्रतिछारत हूँ।

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