Tamil Nadu government must ensure the dignity of the aggrieved staff and may reach on an amicable solution

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Grievance Status for registration number : GOVTN/E/2020/03305

Grievance Concerns To
Name Of Complainant
Yogi M. P. Singh
Date of Receipt
14/09/2020
Received By Ministry/Department
Tamil Nadu
Grievance Description
The matter is concerned with Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar Yadav M. Sc. Ph.D., Chemist, Chemical Analysis Wing
Department of Geology and Mining, Government of Tamilnadu TVK Industrial Estate
An application under Article 51 A of the constitution of India as an effort for the promotion of rule of law and human rights values with a pious motive to achieve a goal of good governance.
Undoubtedly Dr Sudalai Kumar is a highly educated person with high ambitions and having constructive approached to the society quite obvious from his social activities.
If there is dispute /conflict between two sides, then neither of the parties can be presumed to be innocent. To overlook the requests of Dr Sudalai Kumar from the beginning and non-cooperation from any quarter in the state while the entire matter purely subject of the state of Tamil Nadu irritated this highly educated individual youth belonging to intelligentsia class.
Sir if the state government of Tamil Nadu has a fragment of regard for my this representation, then its accountable public functionaries may appoint an arbitrator not belonging to the department concerned.
Here matter is bipolar, one pole is entire department concerned and the other pole is a single individual knocking all existing doors for justice to safeguard its dignity and human rights.
Think about the gravity of the situation that on the one side of screen, we are making efforts to curb the brain drain on the public platforms only but the other side of the screen, the scenario is terrific reflecting lawlessness and anarchy which is frustrating the brains ipso facto obvious.
Think about the gravity of the situation that a highly educated individual is so irritated that he is prepared to abdicate the government service which is a dream of our youths. Here latin maxim Justice without force is impotent and force without justice is tyranny.
My humble request to the responsible functionaries in the state is that a curative result may be cultivated in the matter which may remove the darkness from the life of the highly educated individual and overcome the insecurity in the mind of this individual.
Grievance Document
Current Status
Grievance received
Date of Action
14/09/2020
Officer Concerns To
Forwarded to
Tamil Nadu
Officer Name
D. Baskara Pandian I.A.S
Officer Designation
Special Officer
Contact Address
Chief Ministers Special Cell, Fort St. George, Secretariat Chennai
Email Address
cmcell@tn.gov.in
Contact Number
25671012
Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh <yogimpsingh@gmail.com>

Leave letter for two days and extending for more days due to medical reasons
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Sudalai Kumar Yadav <ss.kumar1987@gmail.com> 14 September 2020 at 09:18
To: cgmchennai32@gmail.com, geomine@nic.in, indsec@tn.gov.in, cs@tn.gov.in, sudhayadav.ncbc@gmail.com
Cc: Bala <balasubramanian.energyaudit@gmail.com>, Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh <yogimpsingh@gmail.com>

Sir/madam,

I applied for two days leaves at DGM office as attachment here and want to extend it for 10 more days to visit my native place.
If you don’t want to extend it I request you to please proceed with resignation process to releive me along with CPS application. Waiting for relieving order and CPS money.

They show discrimination on my relieving order and CPS money release.

Dr. Sudalai Kumar, Chennai 74

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Arun Pratap Singh
2 months ago

Tamil Nadu government must ensure the dignity of the aggrieved staff and may reach on an amicable solution.
Our motive is betterment of society which can achieved through by providing a transparent and accountable governance. Yogi M. P. Singh Sir itself showing favour which means he is trying to maintain the balance of power on both the sides for a justified solution.

Bhoomika Singh
Bhoomika Singh
2 months ago

Undoubtedly they must accept the resignation of the public spirited person who is not liking the corruption of the government machinery so he is irritated with the corrupt environment of the public offices in the Government of India. On the public platform these corrupt political Masters talk of honesty but their real face is the full of corruption.

Beerbhadra Singh
2 months ago

Entire government machinery has been sabotaged in this largest democracy in the world. An employee of the government has been so tortured both physically and mentally and so frustrated because of the rampant corruption in the government machinery that he is ready to resign from the government job whether it is not mockery of the law of land?

Preeti Singh
2 months ago

Sir if the state government of Tamil Nadu has a fragment of regard for my this representation, then its accountable public functionaries may appoint an arbitrator not belonging to the department concerned.
Undoubtedly they may proceed towards an amicable solution. Ego is the main blocker in the path of cordial solution.