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Petition to National Human Rights Commission, Ministry of Home Affairs, National Crime Records Bureau, Ministry of Law and Justice,, Hon'ble Chief Justice

Letter Petition invoking writ juirsidiction against the violation of human rights

   To  The Hon’ble Chief Justice & His companion Judges Hon’ble High Court of State   PARTIES       Yogesh Mahajan  …………Petitioner   Versus    Union of India   Through   1               Ministry of Home Affairs                  North Block                  Central Secretariat                  New Delhi – 110001      2                 Ministry of Law and Justice,                    4th Floor, A-Wing,                    Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi-110 001   3                  National Crime Record Bureau                    East Block-7, R.K. Puram, New Delhi-110066   4                  National Human Rights Commission,                     Manav Adhikar Bhawan Block-C,                     GPO Complex, INA, New Delhi - 110023………….RESPONDENTS     SUB:        Petition for violation of human rights due to misuse of provisions of 498-A IPC, causing suicides of many married men across the country   2      Letter Petition on behalf of more than 1000 affected individuals to issue notices to Respondents  for causing inordinate delay in amending 498A- IPC and for not conducting empirical study/analysis for misuse of 498-A IPC in light of the recent decisions of Hon'ble SCI ; stakeholders & 243 Law Commission of India report   Sir,   1      The undersigned complainant online signed/supported by more than 1000 Individuals across the country & worldwide (with their comments as attached separately with the petition) against the lackadaisical approach of the Respondents, who failed to check the frivolous complaints made under 498-A IPC which has been filed with oblique motives just to harass the husband and his relatives. It is respectfully submitted that the FIR registered under 498-A IPC at the instance of the complaint made by married woman who deliberately roped the unmarried sisters/brothers, grandparents of the husband only for settling personal scores. The subsequent police investigations and protracted criminal trials at far distance place has not only spoiled the mental peace, harmony of the of the family members but also escalates the suicides cases among the married men which has been escalating year by year   2      The complainant, brought on records the following suicide cases which has been committed by married men during last 9 years, which has been reported by National Crime Record Bureau, Ministry of Home affairs Number of Suicide Victims by “Married” Marital Status   YEAR                        MEN                 WOMEN   2013                         64098               29491   2012                        63343               31921   2011                         62433               32582    2010                         61453               31754   2009                         58192               31300   2008                         57639               30224   2007                         57593               30064   2006                         55452               29869    2005                         52483               28188   The above data clearly reflects that suicides cases among the married men has been increasing every year .Yet the ministry failed to maintain data or has done any reliable study about the misuse of the provisions of Indian law, causing suicides to married men   3      The complainant quotes various media reports obtained from Internet( news clipping & videos attached) which clearly showed that police has committed various atrocities during the investigations and has even roped 2 month aged baby & 7 years child in its FIR/charge sheet filed before the court. The Provisions of 498-A has grossly misused that many husband/their relatives has committed suicides during the course of criminal trial. Some extracts from news papers are reproduced as below with their links ( to check the genuinity of the news). Many incident donot get media coverage and hence unreported   I       Baby Got bail   21/06/2009 news published in Mid Day, Mumbai  aby Got bail-in which Two-month-old gets dragged into a dowry harassment case filed by her father's first wife. In a case straight out of Ripley's Believe It Or Not, the Mumbai Sessions court last Wednesday (June 17, 2009) granted anticipatory bail for what must have been their youngest applicant ever a two-month-old baby…   The above article can be downloaded by visiting the following undermentioned link   II      Seven-yr-old faces dowry charges  Published On: May 26, 2007 A seven-year-old has been charged in a dowry case in Bihar. Santosh, a class four student has paid the price for a crime he did not commit.   III     07/07/2013 The Times of India  Women named in dowry harassment jump before train  Depressed over a case of dowry harassment lodged against them, a woman and her 30-year-old daughter committed suicide by jumping before a train in Bikaner on Saturday. The case had been registered by the woman's daughter-in-law last month   IV      PSI shoots himself dead with service revolver Nov 20, 2009, 03.08AM IST Page 1 of 4   AMRAVATI: A police sub inspector, presently posted at Akola Control Room, shot himself with his service revolver in the wee hours of Thursday at Amravati. According to information from the police department, the deceased PSI has been identified as Amol Datir (42), a resident of Jagriti Colony in Amravati. He had been posted to Akola Control Room some time back. PSI Datir was an intelligent officer, his fellow officers have said. He had completed his MSc and then passed the MPSC exam in the first attempt in 1995. On Wednesday night, at around 1.50am, Datir shot himself with his service revolver and died on the spot. Sources said that he had a dispute with his wife, who had lodged a complaint against him in 2006 at Akola police station. After this complaint, offences had been registered against PSI Datir under 498 section of IPC. It is also learnt that his wife had filed a case against him and demanded alimony from him. The hearing in this case was scheduled on Thursday.     V       DECCAN HERALD   Treated cruelly by wife, techie ends life   Last updated: 12 August, 2009   Allegedly hounded by a greedy and cruel wife, who was fully supported by her parents, a 32-year-old techie ended his life by consuming a full bottle of anti-depressant tablets here on Monday. Shubhankar Katyayan was married to Nandini, 27, also a software engineer, for the past two years. Their marriage was registered and solemnised here. Although the two hailed from Jamshedpur in Jharkhand, they had been working in Bangalore after their arranged marriage. Since their marriage was floundering, the couple decided to settle for a mutually agreed upon divorce. Shubhankar’s lawyer Anand said the divorce petition (MC1732/09) was filed on June 24, 2009. In the judicial separation petition posted for hearing on January 1, 2010, Nandini had claimed Purunjay’s custody and return of all gifts she received at her wedding. On July 14, Nandini’s mother Anmana Jha lodged a complaint with the Commercial Street police, alleging that Shubhankar, demanding dowry, had assaulted and attempted to kill her daughter. A number of criminal cases were also lodged against him. He was arrested and produced at the magistrate’s court on July 19. The magistrate directed the police to investigate the matter, and he was sent to Parappana Aghrahara Central jail. Anand said Shubhankar was virtually a broken man in jail and had undergone treatment. Last Saturday, he consumed a bottle of anti-depressant tablets. The authorities rushed him to Victoria Hospital in a critical condition where he died. The authorities refused to hand over the body till Nandini gave her consent. Finding her house locked, the police allowed the release of the body.   VI     Hyderabad professor killed sons before ending his life   The author has posted comments on this article TNN | Oct 7, 2014, 03.54AM IS  HYDERABAD: ICFAI assistant professor, A Raghavendra Guruprasad, who had committed suicide on Saturday, also killed his two sons and buried them at his plot in Medchal before ending his life. The bodies of the two children were exhumed on Monday evening by the police. Guruprasad, 44, an assistant professor at ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education, Donthanapally, had committed suicide by jumping in front of a train near James Street railway station on Saturday afternoon. Guruprasad and his wife Suhasini got divorced in 2013. On Saturday morning, he went to Suhasini's house at Anandbagh in Malkajgiri to visit his two sons, Vittal Virinchi, 9, and Nanda Vihari, 5. He took the boys out at 9am and was supposed to drop them at their mother's place by 1pm   VIII   2- and 4-year-olds accused in domestic violence Plaint By Hemanth KashyapHemanth Kashyap, Bangalore Mirror Bureau | Dec 28, 2014, 04.00 AM IST A woman lodged a domestic violence complaint not only against her estranged husband and his family but also against his sister's two children, aged two and four. On May 8, barely 10 days after getting married to 34-year-old Umesh G M, a senior software engineer with IBM, 22-year-old Hamsavani allegedly ran away with her boyfriend. Acting on a missing complaint filed by Umesh, police traced Hamsavani and her boyfriend to a lodge in Madikeri. She claimed to have married her boyfriend Nanda Kumar while Umesh approached the court to invalidate his marriage with Hamsavani. Five months after the family drama, the case took a new twist. Hamsavani lodged a domestic violence case against Umesh, his parents, five sisters, including two kids aged 2 and 4, with Tiptur police in Tumakuru. Before this, she lodged a dowry harassment complaint with the Subhramanyapura police. The case later got transferred to the Ulsoor Gate police station. In her complaint with Tiptur police, Hamsavani wrote, "On May 18 we all went to a nearby mall and the family started harassing me. They assaulted and threatened me." She mentioned Umesh's sisters, their husbands and two children in the complaint. "The children of Devika (Umesh's sister) also joined in unison to harass me out of the blue. They stopped talking to me and left me all alone," she wrote   4      On seeing the NCRB data, Police register the cases under section 498-A IPC which has been escalating year by year and charge sheeting rate is 93.6%   Cruelty by husband or his relatives (Sec. 498-A IPC) YEARS                              CASES REGISTERED 2009                                         89,546   2010                                         94,041    2011                                         99,135    2012                                         1,06,527     2013                                         1,18,866       Disposal Of IPC Crime Cases By Police During 2012 Crime Head                                CRUELTY BY HUSBAND OR HIS   RELATIVES  (Sec. 498A IPC) 3      Total No. Of Cases For   Investigation Including Pending Cases from previous year                                     147329   4      Cases Withdrawn By Govt.                    613 5      No. Of Cases in Which   Investigation was refused                     155   6      No. Of Cases Charge   Found False / Mistake Of   Fact Or Law Etc.                                  10235   7      No. Of Cases  Final   Report True Submitted                         5980   8      No. Of Cases Charge   Sheets Submitted                                        87633    9     Total {(6)+(7)+(8)}                             103848       10     No of case pending       Investigation at the end of   the year                                             43265   Charge sheeting rate:                                     93.6%   5       Simultaneously, it cannot be ignored that conviction rate of such cases is just 1.6% which only reflects that Police exaggerate the trivial issues and give the shape of matrimonial bickering to dowry harassment case. The Police though is state subject and comes in concurrent list but responsibility of effective & moral policing lies on respondents as thousands of crores of public funds got wasted in frivolous litigations and appeals. The accused named in FIR/Charge sheet are worst affected as they have to sell out the properties, entire saving in defending their cases which are filed at different stations   Disposal Of IPC Cases By Courts During 2012               Total No. Of Cases For Trial   Including Pending Cases from       previous year                                             4,26,922                                  Cases Withdrawn By Govt.                            613       Compounded Or Withdrawn                           8162        No of cases in which Trial was       completed        Convicted                                                   6916       Acquitted                                                   39138       Pending Trial at the   end of the year                                                   372706           Percentage Of  IPC Cases Disposed By Courts During 2012        Percentage Of Cases To Total Cases For Trial       In Which Trials Were Completed       Convicted                                                  1.6%    Acquitted                                           9.2%       Pending Trial at the end   of the year                                         87.3%       6      The provisions of 498-A IPC are grossly misused by married woman and her family members and used as weapon for blackmailing, extort money and for settling personal scores against husband and relatives of husband. Despite of strict observations made by Hon’ble Supreme Court of India and various High courts no effective measures has taken for its amendment. The provisions of 498-A has unnecessarily linked with dowry deaths. It sis submitted that even after introduction of 498-A there was no declination in dowry death however married men suicides numbers has been escalating year by year. Because of its misuse, many innocent families including their unmarried sisters/brothers and old aged parents has been roped in protracted criminal trials who do not have any criminal antecedents. Unmarried sisters and brothers marriage prospects destroyed. Many lost their jobs due to frequent appearances in criminal trial at distant places. Their career, social and mental peace get extirpated at the instance of complaint made by married woman or/and her family members. The husband his family members has to face the protracted criminal trial which lasts for several years (List of the Individuals/groups supported this petition are annexed at the end of the petition with their comments which is not exhausted)       7      The Indian Penal Code, 1860 provides adequate safeguards to punish those who indulge in false complaints. Section 182 ( False Information, with intent to cause public servant to use his lawful power to the injury of another person) provides imprisonment upto 6 months or fine upto Rs 1,000/- or both for giving false information to the public servant. Section 211. False charge of offence made with intent to injure) IPC, inter-alia, provides imprisonment up to 2 years or with fine or with both for falsely charging any person with having committed an offence, knowing that there is no just or lawful ground for such proceeding or charge against the person. Section 358 of Cr.P.C provides provision for compensation to the persons groundlessly arrested. There is no specific provision in I.P.C for false complainant of 498-A of IPC as result false complaints are regularly been filed up in lining with the state police officials. No formal enquiry was made by Police officers/I.O while registering complaints & filing Charge sheets in courts. The Police officers/I.O filed the final report u/s 173 Crpc, even without hearing/or recording the version of the opposite side and left the stake at the mercy of the courts. The fiar judicial mechanism also requires fair and transparent investigation which has not been done in any of the case. The Police never visted the site place and complete the investigation in closed room of their police station by just recording the statements of the married woman and her family members which lacks even the territorial jurisdiction for handling the complaints and file the final reports in their Judicial Magistrate courts. The Criminal trial get instituted on their final reports purely in mechanical manner which lasts for several years       8      Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in ARNESH KUMAR VERSUS STATE OF BIHAR & ANR. CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 1277 OF 2014 (SPECIAL LEAVE PETITION (CRL.) No.9127 of 2013) Date: 2 July 2014 has observed “The rate of charge-sheeting in cases under Section 498A, IPC is as high as 93.6%, while the conviction rate is only 15%, which is lowest across all heads. As many as 3,72,706 cases are pending trial of which on current estimate, nearly 3,17,000 are likely to result in acquittal”       9       243th Report of Law Commission of India Dated 30Th August 2012 too emphasized that there is no empirical data produced by the Govt to reveal the extent how long it will be misused       1.3  Several  enactments  and  provisions  have  been  brought  on  the  statute  book  during  the  last  two  or  three  decades  to  address  the  concerns  of  liberty,  dignity  and  equal  respect  for  women founded  on  the  community  perception  that  women  suffer  violence  or  deprived  of  their  constitutional  rights  owing  to several  social  and  cultural  factors.   Meaningful  debates  and  persuasions  have  led  to  these  enactments.   The  insertion  of  Section  498A  IPC  is  one  such  move  and it penalizes offensive conduct of the husband and his relatives towards the married woman.  The provision together with allied provisions in Cr. P.C. are so designed as  to  impart  an  element  of  deterrence.  In  course  of  time,  a  spate  of  reports of misuse of the section by means of false / exaggerated allegations and  implication  of  several  relatives  of  the  husband  have  been  pouring  in.   Though  there  are  widespread  complaints  and  even  the  judiciary  has  taken  cognizance of  large  scale  misuse,  there  is  no  reliable  data  based  on  empirical  study  as regards  the  extent  of  the  alleged  misuse.  There  are  different  versions  about  it and  the  percentage  of  misuse  given  by  them  is  based  on  their  experience  or ipse dixit, rather than ground level study       11. Diagnosis of the problem and reasonable solution       11.1 That Section 498A has been misused in many instances admits of no doubt. This has been taken judicial notice of in several cases. The Parliamentary Committee has also adverted to this aspect. The inputs received by the Law Commission and the representations made to the Home Ministry also confirm this fact. However, there is no reliable data to reveal the extent of abuse or misuse. The data/information reveals that urban and educated women are mostly coming forward to file the complaints under this section. The data also reveals that in most of the cases, apart from the husband, two of his relations (especially in-laws) are being prosecuted………….       10    The Information obtained under RTI from Ministry of Home               Affairs RTI reply dated 17 January   2014      Letter No       16/6/2014-Judl.Cell “The Law Commission of India in its 243rd Report on Section 498-A of Indian Penal Code , 1860 recommended for certain amendments to the provision of CrPC/IPC. As the Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure are in the concurrent List of the Constitution Of India and are implemented by the State Governments. The comments of some state Governments are awaited. A decision in the matter will be taken after receipts of the comments of the State Governments” “Amendment to Law is made on the basis of the recommendations of the Law Commission and various commissions/committees set up in this regard and thereafter the consultation of the State Governments and other stake holders. Presently, the Report of the Law Commission has been referred to the State Government for comments. A final decision in this matter will be taken after receiving the comments of the Stakeholders in this regard” Ministry of Home Affairs ( Judicial Cell) No: 16/6/2014-Judl.Cell dated October 2014 “Judicial division of the Ministry of Home Affairs deals only with the legislative aspects of the Code of Criminal procedure and the Indian Penal Code. These are the concurrent list to the constitution of India and implemented by State Governments/UTs by their law enforcing agencies. No data regarding the affective implementation of the provision of law is maintained in this Ministry. As regard to the amendment of the provision of law is maintained in this Ministry. As regard amendment to the provision of the law , it is stated that law commission in its 243rd Report on the section 498-A of the Indian Penal code , 1860 recommended for certain amendments to the provisions of Cr.P.C/IPC. Necessary action for such amendment is being taken in consultation with the stakeholders”     11    The undersigned Applicant filed RTI to almost all the states           chief secretary offices .Only following states has furnished information under RTI rest of states declined to fwd the information Haryana state: Vide Letter No: 2742/CAW-5 dated 19/3/14 has informed that Necessary comments/Suggestions has been send to the Govt of India, MHA, New Delhi vide office memo No> 10133/CAW-3 dated 06.08.2013 1 Recommendation of Law Commission on Section 498-A of IPC: The Law commission in point No 19.6 of Report No 243 has recommended that the offence under section 498-A should remain non bailable it has been suggested in the report that s safeguards against arbitrary and unwarranted arrests lies in strictly observing the letter and spirit of the conditions laid down in Section 41 and 41-A of Cr.P.C relating to the power of arrest and sensitizing the police on the modalities to be observed in cases of this nature. The need for custodial interrogation should be carefully assessed. Over-reaction and inaction are equally wrong. Police should take necessary steps to ensure safety of the complainant and to prevent further acts of the harassment The Department agrees with the recommendations the law commission that the offence should be non bailable GOVERNMENT OF KERALA: Home (C ) Department , Thiruvananthapuram dated 09.01.2014 vide letter dated. 91191/C2/2012/ Home forwarded their comments to Joint secretary(Judicial) that the offence under section 498-A of IPC should remain non bailable in order to curb the misuse of the same Government of Maharashtra: Vide letter No WCDD/WD/RTI/3491 dated 10/06/2014 the women and Child Department has not forwarded any comments regarding this points to the Government       Government of Punjab: Vide letter No 491/WC dated 20/05/2011 informed Govt of India that its better to made it as bailable enclosing the copy of report on consultation paper cum questionnaire with regard to 498-A of the IPC prepared by Punjab State Law Commission 3) Do you think that making the offence bailable is the proper solution to the problem? Will it be counter productive? Yes, the Government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs had sent a copy of letter received from the Rajya Sabha Secretariat regarding amendment of section 498-A of the Indian Penal Code. This Commission had sent its comments on the matter in which it was started that the provision is being largely misused to cause unaware, unexpected and harsh treatment and loss of liberty to the innocent members/relations of the in-laws family of the women. This commission recommended that Section 498-A of the Indian Penal Code be suitably amended to male it bailable. Every law is required to be made neutral to protect the interest of any innocent, be it man or woman. The offence should be made bailable. There appears to be less chance of amendment becoming counter productive as it gives equal opportunity to the accused in laws to put their view of their problem before the investigation officer so as to enable him to save the marriage by reconciling differences but at the same time keeping in mind that the wife may not suffer further humiliation in any manner and complaint loses its value. The need is to sensitize the police force on such subjects and only experienced officer may be entrusted with such investigation. Govt of Tamil Nadu: Vide Rc No 104205/RTI-II(2)/2014 Dated 07.08.2014 has informed that necessary information may be obtained from the Government Govt of Telangana Vide letter No. G1/49/RTI-Act/2014 dated 05-07-2014 has informed “ yes, recommendations were made to law commission of India with regards to amendments to the provision of Cr.P.C/IPC       RELIEF(S) SOUGHT       In the light of above , its is respectfully prayed that       Issue notices to respondents and conduct enquiry for suicides across the country which has made due to misuse of the provisions of 498A IPC Issue notices and directions to the respondents for causing inordinate delay for not amending 498-A IPC only on this ground that opinion of stakeholder is awaited for several years, resulting suicides of married men due to abuse of the provisions of 498-A IPC Issue notices and directions for not conducting the empirical study for gross misuse of 498-A IPC and not maintaining the reliable data for the grossly misuse of the provisions of 498-A IPC for settling personal scores by married woman and her family members       4      Issue notices and directions to made strict provisions in the IPC for checking the frivolous complaints filed under 498-A IPC with oblique motives as currently provisions of 182/211 IPC are not effective check on frivolous complaints       5      Issue directions to made effective guidelines and  affixing the liability on the Investigation officers for conducting impartial investigations and filing charge sheet in the courts  and/ to transfer the complaints to the appropriate police station where the cause of action had arisen as per the provisions of the CrPC       6      To provide effective safeguards to the relatives of the husband especially unmarried sisters/brothers, children & old aged parents, roped by married woman/I.O purely in mechanical manners on the account of domestic bickering       7      Any other relief which the Ministry deems fit and proper for the welfare  of the unmarried sisters/brothers, senior citizens of the country who are the relatives of the husband.       Thanking you,       Yours Sincerely       YOGESH MAHAJAN          

yogesh mahajan
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Petition to Vladimir Putin, Sergey Lavrov

Please release information to solve the disappearance mystery of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

Dear President Putin, I wish to submit this humble petition to you in the capacity of an Indian citizen without any special rank or status. The purpose of this petition is the elucidation of the mystery surrounding the disappearance of the great Indian leader Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. The Indian Government has so far maintained a position that he died in a plane crash on August 18, 1945. Many researchers have noted the unreliability of this version built on contradictions and not confirmed by official documents. A commission of inquiry led by Justice M K Mukherjee, a former Supreme Court Judge, has concluded that he did not die in the plane crash as alleged. The Indian Government rejected the findings of the Commission leaving the mystery unsolved. Generations of Indians have refused to accept the plane crash theory and have remained concerned over his whereabouts after August 18, 1945. An opinion suggests that the story of his death was trumped up and he left for an unknown destination, possibly the Soviet Union, as a natural course of action in the situation prevailing then. Researchers have indicated that Bose's escape to the Soviet Union might have been accomplished. Bose was a rare kind of a leader who was single-minded in the pursuit of his dream to liberate his motherland. He may have collaborated with the Axis Powers in his drive against the British rulers but he was always sympathetic towards the Soviet socialist system and his disapproval of Germany's declaration of war against the Soviet Union is well known. Unfortunately neither the Indian government nor the authorities of other countries, which somehow can be linked to Bose’s disappearance, have shown any interest in conducting a detailed investigation of this case so far. People are convinced that Governments of India, Russia and other countries are withholding information that upon release in the public domain can lift the veil of mystery. Indians are yearning for the truth and the demand for declassification of all documents related to Bose has been growing stronger everyday. Sensing the mood of the masses, the West Bengal State Government has recently released many secret files. Good sense seems to have prevailed over the Central Government as it has decided to follow suit and started declassifying secret Netaji files from 23rd January 2016 onward. In the Soviet and the post-Soviet era, the official position of the Russian Government has been to deny any connection with Bose after August 1945. However now times have changed and so has the world scenario with the emergence of new challenges. It has become all the more important for Indians to know what exactly happened to Bose who sacrificed a brilliant career to fight for the freedom of his country, freedom which is so precious. He is the legacy for the future generations of India and they have the right to know. I am sure that Indians are ready to face the truth no matter how dark it is and they shall hold no grudge against the Russian people even if any misdeed of the erstwhile Soviet Government comes to light in the process. Hence I would humbly pray to you to act like a statesman and release all information related to Bose, secret or otherwise, especially pertaining to the period after August 1945. Looking forward to counting that you will work this cause out, it is an honor for me to send you my kindest regards. Sincerely, Chandra Nath Mullick

Chandra Nath Mullick
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Petition to Hon'ble Telecom Minister Mr. Manoj Sinha, Pmo

Right of individual Call Details. My Sister is killed. #JUSTICEFORAKANKSHA.

On 16th May an innocent Girl Akanksha Raj, my sister, was thrown from 9th Floor of Gem Grove Apartment in Kellambakkam in Chennai. She was on call with me and my Parents. She was alone with her husband in flat. Her husband was threatening me on call and was on call with his Family members too. Her husband's father was continuously abusing my parents on the phone. My sister was fighting bravely with him.At exactly 12 midnight my sister's murderer called me and said "Ab Dekho Kya Hota Hai" (= Now you see what happens). I immediately called my sister but the phone was not picked up. Just after 10 Minutes I got a call from my sister's Mobile but from some unknown person stating that she had fallen from the balcony of her apartment on 9th Floor. Thus, "Call Details" are main evidence in this case . We have asked numerous RTI , raised Public Grievances on Government of India Website and tweeted to Telecom Ministry, DOT, TRAI but all in vein. I left everything and shifted to Chennai for impartial Investigation. I am facing alone all Lawyers, goons hired by them, his family members and Investigative agency (Who still I feel are fair). Neither the language nor any place was known to me before it. Still I stick around and moved post to pillars to get the Justice. My sister's murderer was arrested but Call Details which is main evidence could not be collected in spite of requesting number of times even to highest authority.Without proper evidence we can't get justice.I feel that every individual has right to get his Call Details. There is no provision or act or medium through which we can get our own individual Call Details. Either Investigative Agency or through Court Order only the Call Details can be taken out. There should be some law like RTI through which we can get our own individual Call Details (Right to individual Call Details). This will save time of the Court and Investigative Agency. This will give hope & justice to many like us.I have started a Petition on for having some medium (Right to individual Call Details) through which we can get help to obtain our individual Call Details which will increase transparency in our case.I hope my parents, I, our well-wishers, my friends and my sister's friends will get true support."We need call details" which is main evidence in my case. At least we can get call details of my Airtel number, My mother's Airtel Number, My father's Airtel Number and my sister's phone number. Please support me so that we can request Telecom Ministry, Telecom Authority to help us in providing the Call details. In the year 2002 Mobile Phone & Sim Cards were just introduced in our country.Now, after 15 Years, we evolved from 2G to 2.5G to 3G to 4G.Number of Mobile Phones & Sim cards has multiplied manifolds. In reply to one of the many RTIs filed by us we got to know that.A law, which was formed in the year 2002, denies Telecom Service Providers to provide Call Details except to security agencies.Either we can ask for Call Details legally or only Investigative Agencies (Police) can take call details. Police has not taken call details in my case , which is the main evidence. Why do we need to go legally and suffer more after the demiseof my sister to get my own call details? Private TSP can hide the Phone Number through which I receive Calls and can just give us Call Timing & Duration.BSNL provides call details through RTI. Then why we have two different rules for Private TSP & Government TSP.In pursuance of the Licence agreement clause 41.10 of UAS Licence , clause 44.9 of CMTS licenceand clause 5.9 of the amendment issue by Department of Telecommunications (DoT) vide letter 842-47/2002-VAS dated 12th August 2002, the service provider has to submit the call Data Records(CDRs) of all specified calls handled by the system , as and when required by security agencies only. Kindly support the cause and help me get justice for my sister.#JUSTICEFORAKANKSHA Thank you JUSTICEFORAKANKSHA FaceBook Link Ikk Kudi Akanksha YouTube Video JUSTICEFORAKANKSHA YouTube Channel

Aman Raj
6,558 supporters
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Petition to CHIEF MINISTER OF TELANGANA, Sri Shailendra Kumar Joshi, Chief Secretary, Sri Rajeshwar Tiwari, IAS, Sri Ahmed Nadeem, Smt. V Padma Dy. Secretary (Accom.), Superintendent , Collector, Rangareddy District, Tahsildhar,Shamshabad , Executive Officer, Gram Panchayat, District Panchayat Officer, Shri Ambuj Sharma,Under Secretary (Public), Inspector General, commissioner of police, Smt. K Hymavathi, Smt. K Hymavathi IAS, EXECUTIVE OFFICER, SUB REGISTRAR SHAMSHABD


Government of Telangana/Andhra Pradesh, Registration Department accepted and registered a mispresented,invisible and bogus property sale deed out of law as confirmed by Principal Secretary to Government letter dated:11-06-2012, Registration Department and Jurisdictional Tahsildhar letter dated:28-02-2015. It is an act to help Land grabbers and to cause damage to families/legal heirs  who purchased property as plots  before registration of misrepresented property(plots reregistered as agricultural property)(no such act of conversion of plots into agricultural land). When requested for cancellation of bogus documents  to registration department asked us to go to court of law causing double jeopardy and injustice.PMO has transfferred  our petitions and our  petitions are pending with GAD, Telangana Secretariat vide PMOPG/E/2016/0482049, PMOPG/E/2016/0485767, PMOPG/E/2016/0552459, PMOPG/E/2016/0552459,GOVTG/E/2016/01238, PMOPG/E/2016/0612630 , PMOPG/E/2016/0611546, PMOPG/E/2016/0611546, PMOPG/E/2017/0035351, GOVTG/E/2017/00105 ,etc  PUBLIC SERVANTS INVOLVED: 1.      JOINT SUB – REGISTRAR (REGIONAL OFFICE) OFFICE OF DISTRICT REGISTRAR RANGAREDDY DISTRIT, 1ST & 2NDFloor, Sony Complex, Prashanthi Nagar, Kukatpally,Hyderabad  - 500072     2.      Joint Inspector General ( Registration & Stamps) Registration Bhavan 5-3-953, MJ Road, Nampally Hyderabad 500001   3.      TAHSILDHAR,  OFFICE OF THE TAHSILDHAR, SHAMSHABAD MANDAL, RANGREDDY DISTRICT -501323 TELANGANA  STATE : 4.      REVENUE DIVISIONAL OFFICER, RAJENDER NAGAR DIVISION RAJENDERNAGAR, HYDERABAD 500030 5.      DISTRICT COLLECTOR RANGAREDDY DISTRICT Office of the District Collector, Lakdikapool, Hyderabad 50004 6.Sub-Registrar, Shamshabad (1520) Shamshabad, Rangareddy District, Telangana State  PIN 501323   This type of registration help land grabbers to grab the properties and to avoid such incidents, Government should take care before registration of properties and also pass Government Order of cancellation of such bogus/misrepresented property documents so that no. of court litigation in Civil court will reduce apart from taking criminal action against law violators.

Raju Gajula
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