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WHY we need FILE NOTES in NRTI Act 2005 / PLEASE read this // COURT papers 19 pages// file notes in a case how it helped // Judgement of Madras High Court / A judgement that emphasizes the importance of note file in unearthing

Posted by rtiact2005 on August 15, 2006

WHY we need FILE NOTES in NRTI Act 2005 / PLEASE read this // COURT papers 19 pages// file notes in a case how it helped // Fwd: [HumJanenge] Judgement of Madras High Court / A judgement that emphasizes the importance of note file in unearthing

 

 

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From: Venkatappa Kumaraswamy <vmkumaraswamy@yahoo.com>
Date: 22-Oct-2005 00:37
Subject: WHY we need FILE NOTES in NRTI Act 2005 / PLEASE read this // COURT papers 19 pages// file notes in a case how it helped //  Judgement of Madras High Court / A judgement that emphasizes the importance of note file in unearthing corruption.

1)     Dr. Manmohan Singh

Prime Minister of India

Prime Minister’s Office

Room No. 152, South Block

New Delhi – 110011

Fax: (011) 23016857/23019545

Email: pmosd@pmo.nic.in

 

2)     Mr. Suresh Pachouri

Minister of State for Personnel and Public Grievances

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pension

Room No. 102, North Block

New Delhi – 110001

Fax: (011) 23092716

Email: yes_pachouri.yahoo.co.in

 

3)     Mr. H R Bharadwaj

Minister of Law and Justice

Ministry of Law and Justice

Room No. 402, A – Wing

Shastri Bhawan, Dr Rajendra Prasad Road

New Delhi – 110001

Fax: (011) 23015223

Email: lawminister.india@nic.in

 

4)     Smt. Sonia Gandhi

Chairperson, National Advisory Council

2 Motilal Nehru Place, New Delhi – 110011

Fax: (011) 23018646

Email: 10janpath@vsnl.net

 

 

Subject:  Judgement of Madras High Court / A judgement that emphasizes the importance of note file in unearthing corruption.

 

WE NEED FILE NOTINGS in Right to Information Act 2005. READ this please, it will make all agree that our request is reasonable. Please do it for the sake of the NATION.

 

LET US STOP CORRUPTION in INDIA. Atleast check the CORRUPTION.

 

About Mr. C. UMASHANKAR, IAS officer’s background as a whistle blower: Judgement of Madras High Court.

 

A judgement that emphasizes the importance of note file in unearthing corruption.

 

Judgement of Madras High court dated 27 th Feb.1995 all by Mr. C. UMASHANKAR, IAS sitting through three sessions.

This judgement for all of us as information and how it can benefit in eGovINDIA group bringing cases into fore front and fight injustice done to people and companies in INDIA. All of you can find this judgement in the All India Report pertaining to Madras High Court for the year 1995.

The judgement came on a PIL filed by one Gopalan from Karur on the basis of newspaper reports and my affidavit before the CAT challenging Mr. C. UMASHANKAR, IAS, transfer from Madurai to Madras as Mr. C. UMASHANKAR refused to cooperate in corrupt deals.

The Madras High court treated the letters from the said Gopalan as PIL and directed Mr. C. UMASHANAKR, IAS to file an affidavit. The judgement came after hearing all the parties. The Madras HC ordered a CBI probe on the so called cremation sheds scam. It is a land mark judgement, a judgement that emphasizes the importance of note file in unearthing corruption.

Based on this judgement, the CBI registered a case and three IAS officers, all of them are Mr. C. UMASHANKAR’s seniors, two state ministers and a host of others were arrested and prosecuted. In August and September, 2005, after 10 long years, Mr. C. UMASHANKAR’s  deposition was recorded by the CBI court. Mr. C. UMASHANKAR was the Prosecution Witness No. 1 in this case.


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copy of the judgement already posted on this board

 

 

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRAS

(Special Original Jurisdiction)

Tuesday, the twenty seventh day of February one thousand nine hundred and ninety six.

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