12 June 2022
We are a group of former civil servants of the All India and Central Services who have worked with the Central and State Governments in the course of our careers. Our group has no affiliation with any political party, and we, as its members, believe in impartiality, neutrality and commitment to the Constitution of India.
On May 11, 2022, a chorus of appreciation greeted the Supreme Court’s interim orders on a batch of cases which had challenged the constitutionality of the sedition provision contained in Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). The Supreme Court’s order was an interim one, viz. to keep in abeyance this section and all related pending trials, appeals and proceedings until further orders. While we would, like others, wish to applaud this decision of the Supreme Court, we feel that, at present, it deserves only a muted cheer.
The Supreme Court’s order, inasmuch as it results in immediate relief against arrest, investigation or under-trial detention under Section 124A, is certainly laudable (provided it does not adversely affect the persons already charged). Not so laudable is the impression it gives that the suspension is a response to the union government’s statement that it is reviewing Section 124A and considering its revision and reform. Review and revision by the executive cannot be a substitute for judicial determination of the constitutional limits of the power of the executive to restrict freedom of speech and expression. It is important for the Supreme Court not to get sidetracked by the executive and instead to answer the fundamental issue raised by the petitioners, viz. is Section 124A of the IPC constitutionally valid?
Section 124A of the IPC is certainly a strange provision to have in a democracy. It criminalizes the feelings of dislike, contempt and disaffection towards “the government established by law in India”, even where such feelings are not linked to any violent, illegal or criminal act. Disaffection and contempt for the government of the day are feelings through which democratic republics are born. Such feelings are considered criminal only in autocracies. Where the government of the day can be, and is, changed through the electoral process, it can surely not be a criminal offence for any citizen to merely harbour and express feelings of disaffection, etc. towards the government.
In the words of Mahatma Gandhi: “Affection cannot be manufactured or regulated by law. If one has no affection for a person or system, one should be free to give the fullest expression to his disaffection, so long as he does not contemplate, promote, or incite to violence.” Yet this disaffection is what Section 124A treats as criminal. Sixty years ago, in Kedar Nath Singh vs. State of Bihar, a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court upheld Section 124A IPC, but qualified their decision as follows:
. . . we propose to limit [the] operation [of Section 124A] only to such activities …. involving incitement to violence or intention or tendency to create public disorder or cause disturbance of public peace.
This limiting of Section 124A to activities which involve incitement to violence or public disorder has, however, been by and large ignored in practice by the police and by the courts. As against the thousands of cases charged by the police under Section 124A and similar draconian provisions/laws, the low rate of conviction casts serious doubt about the genuineness of claims made during investigation and prosecution. It shows that the real purpose of such laws is to provide autocratic rulers a powerful weapon to suppress their rivals and control public opinion.
However, whether or not Section 124A is finally deleted or altered, it will make little difference to the common citizen insofar as freedom of speech and expression as spelt out in Article 19(1) of the Constitution is concerned. This is because, apart from Section 124A of the IPC, there are several other provisions in the IPC and other Acts which shackle this fundamental right of citizens and leave them open to arbitrary arrest and prosecution by the government. The only way that the citizen’s right to freedom of speech and expression can be protected is if the Supreme Court examines Article 19 under the “basic structure of the Constitution” principle with reference to all existing laws and provisions that put curbs on this freedom.
The armoury of arbitrary weapons used to suppress dissent and opposition and control the free formation of public opinion has expanded over the years to include a number of offences similar to those under Section 124A. Prominent amongst these offences are Section 153A of the IPC (promoting enmity between different groups on ground of religion, race, place of birth, etc.), Section 153B (imputations, assertions prejudicial to national integration), Section 505 (statements conducive to public mischief) and Section 505(2) (statements creating or promoting enmity, hatred or ill-will between classes). These provisions are today widely and routinely misused by the police and their political masters with the same objective as in the case of Section 124A.
Over the years, slowly and surreptitiously, the substance of the offence of sedition has been “snuck” into the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 (UAPA), defined more elaborately, and with more draconian consequences, than in Section 124A. Significantly, no political party is blameless in this regard and governments of all political complexions have been trampling upon human rights and the freedom of expression
Section 13(1) of the UAPA states that “Whoever: (a) takes part in or commits, or (b) advocates, abets, advises or incites the commission of, any unlawful activity….” shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to seven years. “Unlawful activity” as defined under Section 2(1)(o)(iii) of the UAPA is very similar to the definition of sedition contained in Sec 124A IPC.
If Section 124A of the IPC is held by the court to be unconstitutional, because speech and expression that merely create disaffection are protected (and not prohibited) under Article 19(1), Section 2(1)(o)(iii) of the UAPA will also need to be amended to delete elements imported from Section 124A, viz. the criminalization of speech and expression which is not an integral part of any violent, illegal, criminal act. Deletion of one, while retaining the other, would be irrational.
Deleting Section 124A from the IPC, while retaining criminalization of “unlawful activities” under the UAPA, will give substantial political advantage to the union government and the party in power at the national level. Currently, state governments are free to prosecute persons for offences under the IPC, including for sedition under Section 124A. No permission of the union government is required. States ruled by political parties other than that at the national level sometimes use Section 124A to prosecute supporters of the national ruling party for sedition (as recently happened in Maharashtra). The ruling party at the union level is powerless to prevent such prosecution. The UAPA, on the other hand, vests no powers with the state governments. It provides that no court shall take cognizance of any offence of unlawful activity without the previous sanction of the Central Government. Deleting Section 124A of the IPC will mean that the power to prosecute those who promote unfavourable opinions against the government will rest solely with the union government. This provides a major incentive for the union government to delete Section 124A under the pretext of protecting human rights while in reality strengthening its ability to suppress liberty in an even more draconian manner.
Given that no democracy can exist without freedom of speech and expression, including the right to promote opinions unfavourable to the government, the Supreme Court should use this opportunity to declare an overarching ‘basic structure principle’ of the Constitution protecting freedom of speech and expression including the reasonable restrictions mentioned in Article 19(2), so that government interference with individual freedom of speech and expression can be prevented. In doing so, the Court should hew to the principle that any permissible restriction on speech and expression must be only against speech or expression that is likely to result in imminent violence or restricts the freedom of speech and expression of others.
Constitutional Conduct Group (108 signatories, as below)
|1.||Anita Agnihotri||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Department of Social Justice Empowerment, GoI|
|2.||S.P. Ambrose||IAS (Retd.)||Former Additional Secretary, Ministry of Shipping & Transport, GoI|
|3.||Anand Arni||RAS (Retd.)||Former Special Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat, GoI|
|4.||J.L. Bajaj||IAS (Retd.)||Former Chairman, Administrative Reforms and Decentralisation Commission, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh|
|5.||G. Balachandhran||IAS (Retd.)||Former Additional Chief Secretary, Govt. of West Bengal|
|6.||Vappala Balachandran||IPS (Retd.)||Former Special Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat, GoI|
|7.||Gopalan Balagopal||IAS (Retd.)||Former Special Secretary, Govt. of West Bengal|
|8.||Chandrashekar Balakrishnan||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Coal, GoI|
|9.||Sushant Baliga||Engineering Services (Retd.)||Former Additional Director General, Central PWD, GoI|
|10.||Rana Banerji||RAS (Retd.)||Former Special Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat, GoI|
|11.||T.K. Banerji||IAS (Retd.)||Former Member, Union Public Service Commission|
|12.||Sharad Behar||IAS (Retd.)||Former Chief Secretary, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh|
|13.||Aurobindo Behera||IAS (Retd.)||Former Member, Board of Revenue, Govt. of Odisha|
|14.||Madhu Bhaduri||IFS (Retd.)||Former Ambassador to Portugal|
|15.||Pradip Bhattacharya||IAS (Retd.)||Former Additional Chief Secretary, Development & Planning and Administrative Training Institute, Govt. of West Bengal|
|16.||Meeran C Borwankar||IPS (Retd.)||Former DGP, Bureau of Police Research and Development, GoI
|17.||Ravi Budhiraja||IAS (Retd.)||Former Chairman, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, GoI|
|18.||Sundar Burra||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Govt. of Maharashtra|
|19.||R. Chandramohan||IAS (Retd.)||Former Principal Secretary, Transport and Urban Development, Govt. of NCT of Delhi|
|20.||K.M. Chandrasekhar||IAS (Retd.)||Former Cabinet Secretary, GoI|
|21.||Rachel Chatterjee||IAS (Retd.)||Former Special Chief Secretary, Agriculture, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh|
|22.||Gurjit Singh Cheema||IAS (Retd.)||Former Financial Commissioner (Revenue), Govt. of Punjab|
|23.||F.T.R. Colaso||IPS (Retd.)||Former Director General of Police, Govt. of Karnataka & former Director General of Police, Govt. of Jammu & Kashmir|
|24.||Anna Dani||IAS (Retd.)||Former Additional Chief Secretary, Govt. of Maharashtra|
|25.||Surjit K. Das||IAS (Retd.)||Former Chief Secretary, Govt. of Uttarakhand|
|26.||Vibha Puri Das||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Ministry of Tribal Affairs, GoI|
|27.||P.R. Dasgupta||IAS (Retd.)||Former Chairman, Food Corporation of India, GoI|
|28.||Pradeep K. Deb||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Deptt. Of Sports, GoI|
|29.||Nitin Desai||Former Chief Economic Adviser, Ministry of Finance, GoI|
|30.||M.G. Devasahayam||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Govt. of Haryana|
|31.||A.S. Dulat||IPS (Retd.)||Former OSD on Kashmir, Prime Minister’s Office, GoI|
|32.||K.P. Fabian||IFS (Retd.)||Former Ambassador to Italy|
|33.||Arif Ghauri||IRS (Retd.)||Former Governance Adviser, DFID, Govt. of the United Kingdom (on deputation)|
|34.||Gourisankar Ghosh||IAS (Retd.)||Former Mission Director, National Drinking Water Mission, GoI|
|35.||Suresh K. Goel||IFS (Retd.)||Former Director General, Indian Council of Cultural Relations, GoI|
|36.||S.K. Guha||IAS (Retd.)||Former Joint Secretary, Department of Women & Child Development, GoI|
|37.||H.S. Gujral||IFoS (Retd.)||Former Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, Govt. of Punjab|
|38.||Meena Gupta||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Ministry of Environment & Forests, GoI|
|39.||Ravi Vira Gupta||IAS (Retd.)||Former Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India|
|40.||Wajahat Habibullah||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, GoI and former Chief Information Commissioner|
|41.||Deepa Hari||IRS (Resigned)|
|42.||Sajjad Hassan||IAS (Retd.)||Former Commissioner (Planning), Govt. of Manipur|
|43.||Siraj Hussain||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Department of Agriculture, GoI|
|44.||Kamal Jaswal||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Department of Information Technology, GoI|
|45.||Najeeb Jung||IAS (Retd.)||Former Lieutenant Governor, Delhi|
|46.||Vinod C. Khanna||IFS (Retd.)||Former Additional Secretary, MEA, GoI|
|47.||Brijesh Kumar||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Department of Information Technology, GoI|
|48.||Ish Kumar||IPS (Retd.)||Former DGP (Vigilance & Enforcement), Govt. of Telangana and former Special Rapporteur, National Human Rights Commission|
|49.||Sudhir Kumar||IAS (Retd.)||Former Member, Central Administrative Tribunal|
|50.||Subodh Lal||IPoS (Resigned)||Former Deputy Director General, Ministry of Communications, GoI|
|51.||B.B. Mahajan||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Deptt. of Food, GoI|
|52.||P.M.S. Malik||IFS (Retd.)||Former Ambassador to Myanmar & Special Secretary, MEA, GoI|
|53.||Harsh Mander||IAS (Retd.)||Govt. of Madhya Pradesh|
|54.||Amitabh Mathur||IPS (Retd.)||Former Special Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat, GoI|
|55.||Lalit Mathur||IAS (Retd.)||Former Director General, National Institute of Rural Development, GoI|
|56.||Aditi Mehta||IAS (Retd.)||Former Additional Chief Secretary, Govt. of Rajasthan|
|57.||Sonalini Mirchandani||IFS (Resigned)||GoI|
|58.||Sunil Mitra||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Ministry of Finance, GoI|
|59.||Noor Mohammad||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, National Disaster Management Authority, Govt. of India|
|60.||Avinash Mohananey||IPS (Retd.)||Former Director General of Police, Govt. of Sikkim|
|61.||Satya Narayan Mohanty||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary General, National Human Rights Commission|
|62.||Deb Mukharji||IFS (Retd.)||Former High Commissioner to Bangladesh and former Ambassador to Nepal|
|63.||Shiv Shankar Mukherjee||IFS (Retd.)||Former High Commissioner to the United Kingdom|
|64.||Gautam Mukhopadhaya||IFS (Retd.)||Former Ambassador to Myanmar|
|65.||Ramesh Narayanaswami||IAS (Retd.)||Former Chief Secretary, Govt. of NCT of Delhi|
|66.||Surendra Nath||IAS (Retd.)||Former Member, Finance Commission, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh|
|67.||P.A. Nazareth||IFS (Retd.)||Former Ambassador to Egypt and Mexico|
|68.||P. Joy Oommen||IAS (Retd.)||Former Chief Secretary, Govt. of Chhattisgarh|
|69.||Amitabha Pande||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Inter-State Council, GoI|
|70.||Maxwell Pereira||IPS (Retd.)||Former Joint Commissioner of Police, Delhi|
|71.||G.K. Pillai||IAS (Retd.)||Former Home Secretary, GoI|
|72.||Rajesh Prasad||IFS (Retd.)||Former Ambassador to the Netherlands|
|73.||R.M. Premkumar||IAS (Retd.)||Former Chief Secretary, Govt. of Maharashtra|
|74.||Rajdeep Puri||IRS (Resigned)||Former Joint Commissioner of Income Tax, GoI|
|75.||T.R. Raghunandan||IAS (Retd.)||Former Joint Secretary, Ministry of Panchayati Raj, GoI|
|76.||N.K. Raghupathy||IAS (Retd.)||Former Chairman, Staff Selection Commission, GoI|
|77.||V.P. Raja||IAS (Retd.)||Former Chairman, Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission|
|78.||C. Babu Rajeev||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, GoI|
|79.||K. Sujatha Rao||IAS (Retd.)||Former Health Secretary, GoI|
|80.||M.Y. Rao||IAS (Retd.)|
|81.||Satwant Reddy||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Chemicals and Petrochemicals, GoI|
|82.||Vijaya Latha Reddy||IFS (Retd.)||Former Deputy National Security Adviser, GoI|
|83.||Julio Ribeiro||IPS (Retd.)||Former Adviser to Governor of Punjab & former Ambassador to Romania|
|84.||Aruna Roy||IAS (Resigned)|
|85.||A.K. Samanta||IPS (Retd.)||Former Director General of Police (Intelligence), Govt. of West Bengal|
|86.||Deepak Sanan||IAS (Retd.)||Former Principal Adviser (AR) to Chief Minister, Govt. of Himachal Pradesh|
|87.||G. Sankaran||IC&CES (Retd.)||Former President, Customs, Excise and Gold (Control) Appellate Tribunal|
|88.||N.C. Saxena||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Planning Commission, GoI|
|89.||A. Selvaraj||IRS (Retd.)||Former Chief Commissioner, Income Tax, Chennai, GoI|
|90.||Ardhendu Sen||IAS (Retd.)||Former Chief Secretary, Govt. of West Bengal|
|91.||Abhijit Sengupta||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Ministry of Culture, GoI|
|92.||Aftab Seth||IFS (Retd.)||Former Ambassador to Japan|
|93.||Ashok Kumar Sharma||IFoS (Retd.)||Former MD, State Forest Development Corporation, Govt. of Gujarat|
|94.||Ashok Kumar Sharma||IFS (Retd.)||Former Ambassador to Finland and Estonia|
|95.||Navrekha Sharma||IFS (Retd.)||Former Ambassador to Indonesia|
|96.||Raju Sharma||IAS (Retd.)||Former Member, Board of Revenue, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh|
|97.||Mukteshwar Singh||IAS (Retd.)||Former Member, Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission|
|98.||Sujatha Singh||IFS (Retd.)||Former Foreign Secretary, GoI|
|99.||Tara Ajai Singh||IAS (Retd.)||Former Additional Chief Secretary, Govt. of Karnataka|
|100.||Tirlochan Singh||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, National Commission for Minorities, GoI|
|101.||Narendra Sisodia||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary, Ministry of Finance, GoI|
|102.||Parveen Talha||IRS (Retd.)||Former Member, Union Public Service Commission|
|103.||Anup Thakur||IAS (Retd.)||Former Member, National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission|
|104.||P.S.S. Thomas||IAS (Retd.)||Former Secretary General, National Human Rights Commission|
|105.||Hindal Tyabji||IAS (Retd.)||Former Chief Secretary rank, Govt. of Jammu & Kashmir|
|106.||Ashok Vajpeyi||IAS (Retd.)||Former Chairman, Lalit Kala Akademi|
|107.||Ramani Venkatesan||IAS (Retd.)||Former Director General, YASHADA, Govt. of Maharashtra|
|108.||Rudi Warjri||IFS (Retd.)||Former Ambassador to Colombia, Ecuador and Costa Rica|
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Dear sir Pl to reply as to WHY FIR in the matter has yet not been registered at your kind end.
That Enquiry Report on my several Complaint No.:801012240934 Dated 13/06/22 has been submitted by sh. Ajay Kr. Meena EO,Mobile No.:8860262929 deliberstely by hiding the existence of forged ration card no.207502/forged WILL/GPA/GIFT dated 11.3.99/forged conveyance deed dt.27.4.2000 through which above property has been grabbed and my family was thrown on 14/10/2016 by corrupt GK khera/VK kalra/gulshan kalra and other family members on his behalf to manipulate that lease of property was registered by sub registrar Delhi Govt on 4/9/1982 (does not match with record, confirmed by sub registrar Delhi) Because 99 years lease dated 31.3.69 of family property was registered by sub registrar Delhi on 10/6/1969. (Copies has already been provided to the DCP, SED ps Sarita vihar and to the ACP/SHO/EO, Sh. Ajay kr. Meena, ps Lajpat nagar.
Hence you are requested to take N/A and provide the copy of fair investigation report/ATR at your kind end.
That because of corrupt Govt/police officials, my family was thrown on road and still facing financial and irreparable losses untold mental stress since 2001.
That Enquiry Report on my Complaint No.:801012236472 Dated 27/05/22 , in connived with corrupt GK khera and others has deliberately been submitted by EO,Mobile No.:8860262929 by hiding the existence of forged ration card no.207502/forged will dated11.3.99/forged conveyance deed dt.27.4.2000 through which above property has been grabbed by corrupt GK khera/VK kalra/gulshan kalra and other family members to show that lease of property no.E.207,221 Lajpat nagar-1 new Delhi-110024 was registered on 4.9.1982. 2) Forged Confirmed by sub registrar Delhi Govt. That will having registration no.1491 was not executed by my father late sh.sn.khera and registration particulars of property dated 4/9/1982 mentioned on 1st page of will does not match with record. 3) Because 99 years lease dated 31.3.69 in favour of my father was registered by sub registrar Asaf Ali road Delhi on 10/6/1969. 4) Record is still available with Department of Delhi Archieves Delhi Govt.
Hence; prayed to register FIR in the matter so that named/all corrupt Govt official could be sent in jail as per Cr.PC, whosoever is responsible to destroy/spoiled our family life of over 22 years.
Waiting for the copy of FIR/ATR at your kind end.
Sr.citizen aggrieved jagmohan khera s/o late sh.sn.khera. 9718059869.
That in response to President’s letter sub registrar Delhi Govt has confirmed that will having registration no.1491 was not executed by Surender Nath khera (my father) and registration particulars of property mentioned on 1st page of will does not match with record. Sufficient that because of corrupt or incompetent judges/Police officers my family was thrown on 14/10/2016 on road.
Hence do fair and proper justice at your kind end in the matter as to WHY Forged will has yet not been cancelled/FIR has yet not been registered and as to WHY/accused persons of this case has yet not been sent in jail as per Cr.PC whosoever is responsible to destroy/spoiled our family life since,2001.
Pl to reply not forward.
Dear sir, We all will die but truth can never die, hence consider and do fair and proper justice in the matter at your kind end if your soul is still alive.
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To Divisional Commissioner 5, Sham Nath Marg, Delhi.
Kind Attn.CJI, Supreme Court (Temple of justice if so)
Sub: Reg. Property no.E.207,221 (200 sq yards) Lajpat nagar-1,ND-24
Ref: L&DO letter No.F-24026/09/2023-CDN/337,dt 20/9/2022.
1) That as per L&DO letter after 2006, property is under your jurisdiction, which has been grabbed and my family was dispossessed from E-221 made homeless by Gopal Krishan khera/Vijay kalra/gulshan kalra/sudershan malhotra/asha chawla/kamal juneja/chandar prakash khera his wife Sharda khera their sons vukul/keshav khera through forged ration card no.207502/forged will dated11.3.99 by playing fraud with sub registrar INA/Delhi Govt to show 1 legal heir of property registered on 4.9.1982. Since: A) late sh.sn.khera my father was expired under SUSPICIOUS circumstances on 9/1/2001, leaving behind his 7 legal heirs. B) 99 years lease of property was registered by sub registrar Asaf Ali road Delhi on 10/6/1969, record is still available with Department of Delhi Archieves Delhi Govt.
2) As in response to President’s letter sub registrar has disclosed that will having registration no.1491 was registered but not executed by Surender Nath khera (my father) and registration particulars of property (4/9/1982) mention on 1st page of will does not match with record.
3) Hence prayed to direct the SHO ps Lajpat nagar at your kind end to register FIR and send named/ accused persons of this case in jail as per Cr.PC whosoever is responsible to destroy/spoiled our family life/for facing financial and irreparable losses untold mental stress of over 21 years, which can never be explained/compensated in words, but FIR can be registered at your kind end, if your intentions are clear to do fair and proper justice at your kind end if you have not killed your soul, like others. Pl to take N/A at your kind end.
With regards. Sr.citizen jagmohan khera and family aggrieved herein with our corrupt law and judiciary system upto Suprem Court Judges who are getting huge amounts of salaries p.m./promotions by ignoring material facts by creating the drama to deliver fair and proper justice in all cases.
Pl to upload the copy of ATR/FIR at your kind end.
Documents served several times.
मोदी/केजरीवाल जी आपके राज में 14/10/2016 को नालायक या नाकारा या भरष्ट नेता/पुलिस/सुप्रीम कोर्ट तक के जजो ने फर्जी विल पर करीब 15 करोड़ की समपति का कब्जा देकर मेरे परिवार को बेघर कर दिया।
आपको शर्म से डूब कर मर जाना चाहिए कि आप दोनो भारत की भोली भाली गराब जनता को भरष्टाचार मुक्त भारत का झांसा देकर सता की मलाई चाट रहे हो।
या आप ऐफ आई आर दर्ज करा कर मेरे दुखी।परिवार को ईनसाफ दिलाने का कष्ट करें।
pl to provide/upload the copy of Enquiry Report on my Complaint No.:801012261980 Dated 01/09/22 submitted by EO,Mobile No.:8860262929
🤔 Ground reality of BHARAT is 🤔
That our Success/failures/defeats of our daily life is not depends on luck or on God, but totally depends on the nexus of corrupt/cunning/selfish or on incompetent Hindu near/dear/friends/Ministers/MP/MLA’S/Judges/advocates/teachers/doctors/Bank/Police/Govt./Public Servants from grass roots to top upto Suprem Courts judges/PM/Parliament/President House Who are enjoing their safe secured family life (without any fear of criminal laws) and looting tax payers money by way of illegal Appointment/promotions/upgradations under bribe or under favoritisms or under reservation or under relegation or under Collegium system upto Suprem court and getting huge amount of salaries p.m./promotions/extententions till death (without applying own mind) by playing fraud with others eligible candidates/with tax payers by ignoring material facts/public complaints/Grievances petitions by adopting Gandhi Policy 😔🙈🙉🙊😔 by creating the drama to act/to Diary/to delay/to deliver fair and proper justice in all cases/to transfer their own responsibilities/liabilities on the shoulders of other corrupt or incompetent officers
Above fraud process is still continue in all Ministeries/Govt Departments
pl. to correct or give your own comments/remarks or share with all Honest Ministers/MP/MLA’S of Kejriwal/Modi Govt., who come in power by assuring 0%tolerance on corruption
100 मे से 90 बेईमान फिर भी मेरा भारत महान है
*Have A Thoughtful Day **
Your wellwisher JAI HIND
Dear Sir, Enquiry Report has been submitted to concerned Office against your Complaint No.:801012238335 Dated 03/06/22 Regards, EO,Mobile No.:8860262929
This is in ref to above.
If your intentions are clear then direct concerned to provide the copy of Enquiry Report, if found guilty send named/accused persons of this case in jail as per Cr.PC whosoever is responsible to destroy/spoiled our family life of over 21 years since,2001.
With Hope’s Sr.citizen aggrieved with our corrupt law and judiciary system upto Suprem court who assured to deliver fair and proper justice in all cases.
[23/11, 10:30] Jagmohan Khera: RTI/Courts/Police Stations/NALSA also process of fraud, hence
If you are honest/bold/nice/wise/good human beings/If your personal gain interests is not involve/If your intentions are clear if you wish to rectify wrongful things/to punish, accused persons of our social life/innicent citizens, if so
then in larger/public/BHARAT interests, think lilogically also
Spread/Share with Hon’ble Dr.DY ChandraChud, CJI, Supreme Court (Temple of justice if so, in Q?🤔)
with corrupt or incompetent player’s cine artists/near/dears/friends Hindu, Ministers/Parliamentarians/judges/advocates/doctor’s/police/Govt officials public servants, who are getting huge amount of salaries p.m./promotions
Under bribe or under favoritisms or under reservation or under Religion’s
Enjoying their safe secured family life on tax payers by playing fraud with others eligible candidates to shield the SKIN of accused persons/themselves
With aggrieved citizens/tax payers/voters of India (without applying their own mind/without any fear of criminal laws)
By ignoring public complaints/grievances
By adopting Gandhi Policy 😔🙊🙉🙈😔by creating the drama to act/to Diary/to delay/to mislead/to deliver fair and proper justice in all cases/to transfer their own responsibilities/liabilities on the shoulders of other corrupt or incompetent officers
Above fraud process is still continue
In nation interests pl to correct or give your own comments/remarks/suggestions with clean hands at your kind end or excuse🙏 if wrong
Above is in nation interests only
Yours wellwisher 🙏🤝🙏 [23/11, 11:19] Jagmohan Khera: 90% दोगले या मक्कार या स्वार्थी दोस्त रिशतेदार पडोसी हिन्दू लोगो/नेताऔ, देश जन सेवकों की फ्री की मौज मस्ती अयाशी अमीरी मसाज या जीत का राज है झूठ और झांसे