Why not government functionaries are providing the sought information to information seekers

sic reply for sp kanchi

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

Reg. Destruction of families in the name Corruption politics in police department and escaping criminals via procrastinating the Justice in judicial system
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Sudalai Kumar <ss.kumar1987@gmail.com> 25 January 2020 at 13:56
To: sp.kpm@tncctns.gov.in, spkpm.tn@nic.in, dgp@tn.gov.in, b <homesec@tn.gov.in>, Bala <balasubramanian.energyaudit@gmail.com>, Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh <yogimpsingh@gmail.com>, sic@tn.nic.in
Sir/madam,
Recieved reply from sic Tamilnadu after one year of appeals but not information received so far.
The Legal and regulatory frameworks supporting socially accepted norms of good governance, as well as ethical and honest practices reinforcing and supporting the family structure have been lost.  In their wake we have witnessed the growth of an industry where systemic governance failures and unethical practices have continued to operate under a shroud of secrecy and have flourished as a result of Government failures to address decades of complaints due to corruption and bribery. A fragmented family court system has allowed systemic corruption to flourish destroying families, alienating parents and denying children the right to a nurturing and loving family.  There are no winners, as those placing their trust in lawyers are held to ransom by a small proportion of the profession.  Unethical and unscrupulous practices, have resulted in exorbitant legal costs, some of which routinely exceeded affordable amount of victims.
As the family court system falls apart, all of the unethical, unscrupulous, bottom-feeding lawyers converge to extract money from the victims.
I would like to point out that the failure to provide adequate and prompt reparation to victims like me in goons attack, abortion and defamation entails me revictimization and may constitute inhumane and degrading treatment.
Now the Impunity in any society erodes the rule of law and the trust people have in public institutions. It is in everyone’s interest to ensure that, in any member state, no one is above the law.
Reparations for human rights violations are not matters that depend on political will; they are clear legal obligations that emerge from international law, and States must act accordingly with that duty.
But it would appear that most (if not all) files against persons holding top executive functions and other closely related officials are stuck at an early stage of criminal proceedings in my personal experience with CM cell works.
Stricter rules are needed on ancillary activities of top officials including their offshore operations, conflicts of interest, declarations of assets and interests(which should not be limited to Ministers and States secretaries), and the general verification and enforcement regarding such rules. A system of sanctions is also clearly lacking everywhere like police and judicial system. Many complainants like dowry charges, sex harassment are ridiculed, bullied, intimidated, victimized and labeled as having “mental health” issues by police, lawyers, bureaucrats and at times advocates for continuing to highlight Rule of Law failures within a system that has destroyed my lives, the lives of my children and occasionally their relationships with extended families.
The following matters are crimes in India sex harassment, child abuse, dowry harassment, bribing government departments, cast discrimination, criminal attack and murder attempt and murder but they are all allowed only in the name of corrupting concerned officers. The crimes are freely carried out without any fear of arrest and jail term with the idea of bribing officers and Corrupted officers in government judicial and police department.

Dr. Sudalai Kumar, Chennai 74

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3 comments on Why not government functionaries are providing the sought information to information seekers

  1. Credibility of the government institutions are going down.
    The Legal and regulatory frameworks supporting socially accepted norms of good governance, as well as ethical and honest practices reinforcing and supporting the family structure have been lost. In their wake we have witnessed the growth of an industry where systemic governance failures and unethical practices have continued to operate under a shroud of secrecy and have flourished as a result of Government failures to address decades of complaints due to corruption and bribery.

  2. Undoubtedly Commission has passed the order in favour of information seeker but it is not confirm that whether it would be avoided by concerned public functionaries are not only time will tell what will be the outcome of this order? Now concerned public staff will reach to the state Information Commission through their various links and pressurize the Commissioner in order to adopt a favourable approach to them.

  3. The basic object of the Right to Information Act is to empower the citizens, promote transparency and accountability in the working of the Government, contain corruption, and make our democracy work for the people in real sense. An informed citizenry will be better equipped to keep necessary vigil on the instruments of government and make the government more accountable to the governed. The Act has created a practical regime through which the citizens of the country may have access to information under the control of public authorities.

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