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Draft PCR in Special Lokayukta Court

00] Digvijay Mote, Justice Investigator. Editor www.judgesplot4plot.com  &  www.indiancorruptjudges.com .Brief of Investigations done and reported by Accused Applicant.
02] “Conflict of Interest, Bias and Cumulative Bias”. Necessity of the Transfer this C.C. No 6711/2012 to High Court. Provisions of Law and Facts.
03]  Brief of Complainant, Complaint, F.I.R.
04] Arrest of accused by Vidhna Soudha Police, three days Judicial custody,  search and Seizure.
05]  Whether Court must work as Clerks and Push Mass-Corruption in Judiciary brought to Notice of the Hon’ble Court and Persecute the Accused, who has done No Legal Wrongs.
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01.00]         Applicant is served with charge sheet  u/s Sec. 341, 504 and 506 of IPC. The I.O of the case has submitted in the Charge Sheet submitted to this Court Pages 52 to 104 which are transcripts from Two websites www.judgesplot4plot.com  &  www.indiancorruptjudges.com . The I.O has also submitted  few pages from my youtube.com  accounts where I have up-loaded Videos; directly or Indirectly connected with contents of my websites and  the affairs of “Karnataka Judicial Department Employees House Building Co-operative Society Limited, Karnataka High Court, Bangalore”.  For brevity here after termed as “Karnataka Employees HBCS”; has Members enrolled about 4,000 plus persons Serving in Karnataka Judicial Department as in 2006 or so. It has come to Applicant’s Notice that at S.L.F. No 3262 of Members’ list is shown as “Shri Patil Nagalinganagouda, Civil Judge & JMFC, II Court, Davangere”. This fact is reflected at page No. 284 of Members list. The relevant  Few of the pages are Annexed as Ann-1.

01.01]    In post Independent India  never any Chief Justice of India had made a speech like our present Chief Justice of India Hon’ble Mr. Kapadia, on 26th November 2011, during his LAW DAY speech. He said  “If any Judge is believed to be Corrupt; that Judge should be named in Public and brought  to the Notice of Chief Justice of High Court”.  It is for the First Time in the history of indian judiciary a sitting Chief Justice Of India asking his country men to raise voice against corruption in Judiciary. ……..    Ann-2.

01.01] As per Applicant’s Investigations about  4,800 plus Persons have enrolled in this Society as in 2007 claiming to be “Employees of Karnataka Judicial Department stating that they are residents of Bangalore for more than five years and they or their spouses, Children, parents do not own any houses etc.,. “. All Members have declared that they are Employees of High Court or Lower Courts or working in Karnataka Judicial Department. Hence hereafter Peon, Court Officer, Registrars, Magistrates, District Judges, Registrars. Registrar Generals of High Court, two sitting and seven retired Judges of  Supreme court. About two Dozen of Judges who have served in various High Courts of India. Three retired Chief Jusices of India. Two Serving Chief Chief Justices of Orissa and Kerala High Courts. Judges, CJs of HCs, CJIs are all Employees, who do not enjoy any Privilege that is available to “Judges who are not Members of this or such Employees Housing Society. All members are equally responsible for Good or Bad done by Management of Society, which is elected by all members, voted or not. Whether Members are allotted with Site or not, in any Crimes committed by Society, it is u/s 34 of I.P.C. If any member is deceased his or her legal representatives are responsible for fruits and crimes.

01.02] Karnataka Employees HBCS has developed Two Layouts viz., JUDICIAL Layout at Yelahanka in 193 Acres and another at Talaghattapura Village on Kanakapura Road. Third one near Bidadi or Ramnagar is consideration by BMRDA, as per Society submission to Kar high court. Sufficient to say that the Karnataka Employees HBCS has committed similar, less or more crimes in other two layouts, which independent Government  Investigating agency such as C.B.I , which three SC & HC judges pray in WP.PIL 7105/2007, shall reveal. Hence JUDICIAL Layout Vs. Karnataka Employees HBCS gist given below.
01.03]  Brief of frauds committed by Karnataka Employees HBCS in JUDICIAL Layout at Yelahanka in 193 Acres:
a] Government had notified 170 Acres of “Futher Extension of Karnataka Housing Board layout, at Yelhanka by 4[1] Notification. This land got Denotified by Karnataka Employees HBCS to get it notified to form JUDICIAL Layout
b] In 1988 Karnataka Employees HBCS signed Agreement with Karnataka Government in accordance with Part-VII of Land Acquisition Act, 1894 as amended in 1984, treating the Karnataka Employees HBCS, as Private Company. This Agreement was allowed to be used by Employee-Judges ‘at times to the advantage’ and ‘at times to suppress the same; to consider acuisition is for Public Purpose under Chapter-II of L.A. Act,1894’ by collusion of  Government, High Court and Lower Courts to the detriment of Rule of Law and JUSTICE. Contrary to any respect for Rule of Law, Judgments, honesty, Morality, Integrity worth the Lordship or Judges, poor uneducated farmers’ lands were illegally got acquired.
c] Karnataka Employees HBCS failed to deposit with SLAO  Rs. Rs.2,02,55,734-50 [Ann-… ] in ninety days from the date of signing Agreement.
c] But the similar Agreements signed by Sreenivasa Housing society of Advocates and Charted Accuontants  of Andhra Pradesh was struck down & declared by N. Venkatachala through Supreme Court Order in SRINIVASA CO-OP. HOUSE BUILDING SOCIETY LTD. v. MADAM G. SASTRY, (1994) 4 Supreme Court Cases 675.
c] Karnataka Employees HBCS failed to  pay cost of News Paper publication of 4[1], 6[1] etc., did not pay any Compensation .  Society represented by its Director N. Shivanna appeared as Owners before S.L.A.O and consented to pass Awards and acknowledged for having received Compensation. Hence SLAO passed similar consent Awards for 87 Acres based on Society Directors consenting to Awards, not Land Owners. Seems SLAO paid few lakhs to five land owners after 18-05-93 per Annexure No. ….. Scanned copy pages from register of S.L.A.O is enclosed, so as to identify the persons behind various crimes committed & prosecute them  in  land aqcuistition, Stage-Managed-Land-Acquisition by Karnataka Employees HBCS with express Blessing of Court Orders. No compensation paid to land owners, no PENNY paid to Government towards land Conversion, Government’s expenditure over land aqcuisition and attending litigations.

XX] However SLAO; except High Court Order in 1994 to hand-over 17 Acres 18 Guntas;  did not handed-over the balance139 Acres of lands to  Lands to Karnataka Employees HBCS, though 156 Acres is taken posession, for Society failed to pay Rs. 2.02 Crores. Hence legally Judicial Layout is formed sites, though revenue sites, in only 17 Acres 18 guntas. But Karnataka Employees HBCS, Government have misguided and continue to High Court, its beneficiaries, Members, General Public including Lokayukta that “Society  has formed Sites in 156 Acres and in 37 Acres accrued by private Compromise with Land Lords; and having executed Sale Deeds stating layout is approved B.D.A in 1992 for 156 Acres of Land is Fraud on Constitution of India” and the “Karnataka High Court; its Member-Judges, Judicial Officers .
.XX.] Government, both Political and Executive colluded with Anti-Social activities of Karnataka Employees HBCS. They failed to take-over the lands along with buildings; as Karnataka Employees HBCS violated all terms of Agreement, with Blessings of High Court and Lower Court orders.  Possibly it is done on Quid-pro-quo basis, to have Illegal, unethical, un-holy constitutional relation with Judiciary, Judicial Bodies and Lokayukta, legal officers, Law Secretaries.
.XX] The Directors have Karnataka Employees HBCS have filed Affidavit dated 21 September 2004 in Karnataka High Court in W.P.[PIL] 40994/2002 stating that every law is violated by Grace of Lordships and Judgments. Annexure…. .
c] Karnataka Employees HBCS violated each and every Government, B.D.A, etc.,  with the help of Judgments of Karnataka High Court. Most Judges who gave Judgments are Members of Karnataka Employees HBCS. Judges Names and case numbers:
.XX] 156 Acres’ Land Conversion Fees: WP. No. 2382 of 1990.[Link in website  026.06 ] Justice S. Rajendra Babu;Interim Order [026.08 ] staying Convrsion fees.   Justice Chandrashekariah. Judgement 11th NOV 1996 [026.09]. In W. A. 138 of 1997; R. P. SETHI, CHIEF JUSTICE
AND THE HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE S. R. BANNURMATH Judgment dated 25th June, 1997.[ 026.04 Jmnt in WA]. 2007 …..Find-out…..Judgment Karnataka High DB set aside Land conrsion fee need not be paid by Society, but by Site Owners who are Occupiers of land.
b] Karnataka Cabinet Decision not to hand-over lands to Housing Society had directed on 17 January, 1990 to stay L.A. proceedings with immediate effect. Again the Cabinet on 6th August,1993 by Ho’ble Chief Minister Veerappa Moily reads thus: Subject : No. C. 18 – 1993. Role of House Building Co-operative Societies in tackling housing shortage in Bangalore City and other major cities in the State. CABINET DECISION : Cabinet considered the subject at a great length. Since many of the non-genuine housing societies had been given land, it was decided to take the following steps:- (a) Wherever lands have not yet been handed over to the Housing Societies, they should not be handed over, but should be handed over to BDA; for being given to the genuine members of the societies: (b) Wherever lands have already been handed over to the Housing Societies, they should be taken back to Government to be handed over to the Bangalore Development Authority for being given to the genuine members of the Societies: (c) An enquiry should be held as to how orders were issued and lands handed over to societies in contravention of the Cabinet decision. Sd/-.(M. VEERAPPA MOILY). Chief Minister 6-1-1993.
XX] Government / SLAO notified in Gazette u/s 16 of ‘Taking Posession of lands’ for JUDICIAL layout on following dates:
i] Gazette dated   25th June, 1992 ….      …. ..91 Acres 13.25 Guntas
ii] Gazette dated  17th December, 1992 …….. 47 Acres 35.50 Guntas
iii] Gazette dated   13th May, 1993 …….. ………17 Acres 18.00 Guntas
……Total Extent of Lands.. 156 Acres 26.75 Guntas .
Govt Evidences:- JL.01.L.A.Denotification1985.Three16[2].13 Pages
JL.08.WP.4099402.BDA.TPM.Deposition..13July2007.Pages10
JL.09.40994.02.BBMP.Com.MeenaSignedKanReport.ToKarHC.181Acres.10 Pages
b]B.D.A Plan Approval: Karnataka Employees HBCS on 6th November,1992 approached B.D.A to approve layout plan in 156 Acres 26 Guntas. B.D.A approves in priniciple, subject to various conditions including to produce ownership of lands, on 16th November, 1992 and B.D.A intimates the same by its letter of 28th November,1992 to Karnataka Employees HBCS.
XXX] Karnataka Employees HBCS files WP No. W.P. Nos. 39338 – 41 / 1992
questioning  the B.D.A Conditions.  Justice stays the B.D.A demands  …….. .
XXX] Karnataka Employees HBCS filed petition WP 1600/1994 in High Court praying to direct SLAO to hand-over 17 Acres 18 Guntas to Society. Petition was listed before Justice G.P. Shivaprakash. On 3rd July 1989 SLAO had directed the Karnataka Employees HBCS to deposit Balance amount of Rs. 65 Lakhs, towards cost of acquisition.  On 10th February,1994 Justice G.P. Shivaprakash directed the SLAO to hand-over 17 acres 18 guntas to Karnataka Employees HBCS.
Government directed to SLAO on 28 August,1994 to handover 17 acres 18 guntas to Karnataka Employees HBCS. Hence  SLAO handed-over 17 acres 18 guntas to Karnataka Employees HBCS on 2nd September,1994.

Karnataka Employees HBCS files petition in 1994 vide WP No.

[…. ] JL.08.WP.4099402.BDA.TPM.Deposition..13July2007.Pages10
JL.09.40994.02.BBMP.Com.MeenaSignedKanReport.ToKarHC.181Acres.10 Pages
XXX] Karnataka Government directs on 11-05-1994 to  Inspector General of Registrar, Bangalore’s all sub-registrars not to Register any sale deeds presented by 32 Housing Socities of Bangalore, until and unless Societies get ‘No Objection Certificates from both Deaprtments of Co-operation and B.D.A’ to register site.
XXX]
xxx] On request of Karnataka Employees HBCS, Justice R.V. Raveendran on 13th November 1996 allows the Societies to withdraw the petitions  W.P. Nos. 39338 – 41 / 1992 by High Court Order. Means that Societies agreed to fulfill all conditions put forth by B.D.A. but till date Karnataka Employees HBCS failed to ulfill all conditions put forth by B.D.A; muchless the Ownership of Lands handed-over to Society by Government.

01.03] JUDICIAL Layout at Yelahanka in 193 Acres: Beneficiaries & Conspirators of the Scam: Supreme Court of India : 4 Sitting Judges, 4 CJIs [Retd], 8 Judges [Retd],  Karnataka High Court: 21 Sitting Judges,  47 Chief Justices & Judges [Across India] [Retd] Total: 120 SC & HC Judges. And 747 Judges of  Karnataka Subordinate Judiciary . About 1,000 Plus law Graduates because of which they are appointed as Court Officers, Asst & Deputy Registrars from across Karnataka.
Members. The other Members who might not have been allotted sites here are also equally Responsible for the Crimes committed in and every step of  Karnataka Employees HBCS securing Dozens of judgments from Karnataka Lower Court, High Court and Supreme Court in developing  JUDICIAL Layout at Yelahanka in 193 Acres have committed Crimes punishable under:
[A]  I.P.C. Sec. 34 r/w 120-A & B [Criminal Conspiracy] r/w Chapters IX [ OF OFFENCES BY OR RELATING TO PUBLIC SERVANTS ], X [ OF CONTEMPTS OF THE LAWFUL AUTHORITY OF PUBLIC SERVANTS ], XI [ OF FALSE EVIDENCE AND OFFENCES AGAINST PUBLIC JUSTICE ],
XIV [ OF OFFENCES AFFECTING THE PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY, CONVENIENCE, DECENCY AND MORALS ], XVI [ OF OFFENCES AFFECTING THE HUMAN BODY  ], XVII [ OF OFFENCES AGAINST PROPERTY  ], XVIII [ OF OFFENCES RELATING TO DOCUMENTS AND TO PROPERTY MARKS ] ,
XIX [ OF THE CRIMINAL BREACH OF CONTRACTS OF SERVICE ] .
[B] Karnataka Prevention of Dangerous Activities of Bootleggrs, Goondas, Immoral, Slum Grabbers, Act, 1985 .
[C]  Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988
[D] The Contempt of Court Act, 1971 .

01.04]      Applicant Accused, owner  of said websites, is working in close Co-operation in Government and Private Sector  with nationalistic organizations like  www.judicialreforms.org , http://pucl.org/ , http://lokpal-hindi.blogspot.in/ ,  Samaj Parivartana Samudaya , http://www.indiaagainstcorruption.org/index1.html , http://www.aidprojects.org , http://www.transparency.org/ and such other agencies like N.G.O.s, Media, Advocates and public spirited men with patriotism. Applicant  addressing the burning issues ofc in India in high Places of Governance so as to reduce, if not to eliminate CORRUPTION and see that India stands with her head held high . We also keep informing the latest information to Governmental Law Enforcing Agencies since 2003 like cbi.nic.in  , cvc.nic.in ,, of late with  ksp.gov.nic.in , other State & Central Law Enforcing Authorities  Enforcement Directorate etc.,

01.04]  Applicants’ websites deal with Rampant Corruption in Judiciary, with Facts and Figures. It is to see that Corruption is reduced in Indian Judiciary. And the Transparency, Impartiality, Judicial Integrity, Judicial Accountability, Impartial Trial of Cases etc., is enforced; which is Cry of United Nations Convention Against Corruption, signed by India in 2005 and Ratified in 2010, news paper Report.   Ann-3.

01.04] “Karnataka Employees HBCS” Versus Judges in the Garb of Upa-Lokayukta & Lokayukta; abused their Offices with Corrupt Motives . Since Twenty years “searching Layout Plan & Lands; by My Lords”
[a]  Upa Lokayukta G.P. Shivaprakash suo moto commenced investigations vide Complaint No. Compt//UpLok/BCD/64/1999 on 4/12/1999 against “SHIVALINGAIAH, PRESIDENT, KAR.STATE JUDL. DEPT.EMP.HOUSE BLGD.CO-OP.SOCIETY, BANGALORE” under heading “IRREGULARITIES, NEPOTISM AND CORRUPT ACTIVITIES IN ALLOT- MENT OF SITES”.
[b] Up-Lokayukta wrote letter on 6th September, 1999 to B.D.A asking “whether JUDICIAL Layout is Approved by B.D.A and whether B.D.A has handed over Layout to C.M.C, Yelahanka”. As per our Investigations B.D.A replied to Up Lokayukta’s letter on 8th October, 1999 stating “ Neither B.D.A has approved JUDICIAL Layout Plan nor B.D.A has passed any Order to Hand-over JUDICIAL Layout to  C.M.C, Yelahanka”.
[c] After retirement of G.P. Shivaprakash, Justice N. Venkatachala was appointed as Karnataka Lokayukta. He instead of passing Orders as per Lokayukta Act or Handing over Investigations to C.B.I chose to close the case on 13th March, 2002 . It may kindly be noted that both G.P. Shivaprakash and Justice N. Venkatachala Karnataka Lokayukta were and are Allottees of sites in JUDICIAL Layout .
[d] Websites Investigation are trying to bring to the kind perusal the True Facts to the attention of Supreme Court of India, Union Home Ministry, Karnataka Governement, Legislature,  B.D.A, Karnataka High Court, Media, Trasparency International, C.B.I, Karnataka Police, Advocates, whole world. To see that respect of Public to the Hon’ble Judges who are not party, Members to the ‘Cess Pool of Scam’, is not Shaken.
[e] Justice N. Venkatachala who closed the case on 13th March, 2002, was allotted with three sites on his family members names. This Hush-up is haunting Karnataka High Court since 2002 till date in Writ Petitions P.I.L 40994/2002 & 7105/2007 & 13261/2006. The facts in Petitions is this that Up-Lokayukta was investigating whether Karnataka Employees HBCS which has secured more than few dozen Judgments from Karnataka High Court and Lower Courts till are bonafide or by Fraud. Few of prominent  Judgments are ILR 1994 KAR 2115, ILR 1995 KAR 3139, etc. Up-Lokayukta G.P.Shivaparakash and Lokayukta came to know through Invesigations with B.D.A and other Departments that Judgments were “Given and Taken by Fraud, Collusion, with Corrupt motives etc.” and that no any allottee has any Legal Title of Ownership to their respective sites, in the Light of B.D.A’s reply to Up-lokayukta
[f] The facts which came to be determined by Lokayukta and High Court etc., are being raised again in High Court by Justice K.Jagannath Shetty, Up-Lokayukta G.P. Shivaprakash, Justice M.P. Chinnappa, Justice A.M. Farooq and Justice T.N. Vallinayagam, the Judges of Supreme Court, Karnataka High Court. Which facts are honestly reported in our websites. In WP 7105/2007 Up-Lokayukta G.P. Shivaprakash seek C.B.I Investigations in La-de-affairs of “Karnataka Employees HBCS” stating thus at:
Paragraph 30 [A]: “ It is Disgraceful that this Judicial Layout is mired in controversy and has become cesspool of Scandals. It has become Talk of The Town. An unknown source has created website www.judgesplot4plot.com derogatory to the position of Judges. It is submitted that there are too many skeletons in the closet and the management has no Sense of Duty or Shame and requires to be replaced. A thorough time bound inquiry by an independentant investigating agency of all the misdeeds including allotment of sites, convertion of civil amenity sites and beneficiaries of the society is essential.
Paragraph 30 [B]: Petitioners being retired Judges of Karnataka High Court are confronted by public with Questions for which they have no answers. The question normally asked if JUDICIAL Layout is Above Law
[g] The several judgments secured by “Karnataka Employees HBCS” state Land is acquired legally, compensation is paid to land lords legally by S.L.A.O,  Judicial Layout is approved by Bangalore Development Authority. Civic Amenity sites of about 90 Acres is handed over to B.D.A, Sites are registered to bonafide Employees etc.,. And accordingly 2,400 plus sites are registered stating in each & every Sale Deed that Bangalore Development Authority has approved layout plan in 1992 .
[h] Up-Lokayukta came to know that Judgments were secured by Fraud and contrary to facts. Based on such Judgments 1,200 plus Judges from Superior Courts to Lower Courts, Judicial Officers were registered with sale deeds of  sites stating layout is approved by B.D.A. Similarly 1,200 sites to Court peons, clerks, etc.,It also came to know that Layout is formed in Revenue Lands in 193 Acres, Land Grabbing of 37 Acres, no compensation is paid to land lords etc.,. Lokayukta failed to punish the Karnataka Employees HBCS and passed illegal Order of closure of Investigations, whereby it encouraged Corruption and made Contempt of Court, Land Grabbing, Fraud, Forgery, Cheating etc as legitimate; whereby Legislature Committee in 2007 estimates quantified 45,000 acres of Government Lands in Bangalore Urban is Grabbed and in many cases with Fraud Judgments etc., is one of contention and purpose of websites.
[i] It however may be noted that Karnataka High Court Justice G.P. Shivaprakash gave two judgments in favour of Karnataka Employees HBCS viz., W.P. 1600/1994 directing Government to hand-over 17 acres of land in 1994.
Then in W.P. 18447/1994 in 1994; striking down Karnataka Governemt direction to Sub-registrars “not to Register the Sites of Bangalore’s 32 House Building co-operative Societies including Karnataka Employees HBCS”. Judgment is reported as ILR 1994 KAR 2115. This Judgment based on Karnataka Employees HBCS registered 2,400 plus sites stating layout is approved by B.D.A including 320 Sites formed in un-acquired 33 Acres of lands, without ownership, convertion, B.D.A approval etc.,. Based on same Judgment several H.B.C.S also registered sites similarly.

5. Few Articles appeared in Kannada weekly “AGNI” continuously of the Applicants Investigations of large Scale corruption Indian Judiciary:
[a]  in Part One April 28, 2005, Headlines read thus: “JUDICIAL Layout: JUDGES’ ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES”, “Whence Judges Themselves Kept JUSTICE on aUCTION”.
[b] Cover page of  Part Two on May 5, 2005 Mr. Lokayukta: Why there is No RAID in JUDICIAL Layout?” and
[c] . Part Three on May 19, 2005 Issue “Judicial Layout: Clever is the One who has Food in the Marriage of Mental Lady” etc.
are Annexed as Ann-  ….  This continuous News for three weeks caught Men-in-Power by Awe, arose a kind of Surprise in the Karnataka Legislators, Police, and other Officials in Secretariat and across State. Many of them contacted and got records from Applicant. Most others purchased CDs from Gangaram Book Stores, M.G. Road, Bangalore.
5.      The contents in Applicant’s websites and AGNI News, lead to “Karnataka Legislative Assembly Debates on 27th July,2005.  The Debate is Annexed as   Ann- . . . .

6.     The Karnataka Assembly which has accepted the Interim Report Part-2 of  “Karnataka Legislature Joint House Committee on ‘Encroachment of Government Lands in Bangalore City / Urban District’ Committee observed thus:
[A] at page 07 “Of the long list of erring HBCSs, the most notorious is the “Judicial Employees HBCS. Instead of being model for other HBCSs, this Society has Created an all-India record for being a Mother of Illegalities, unleashing tsunami of scandals”.
[B] At page 12 of Report under Heading “Criminal Prosecution of Land Grabbers, Government Officials and Non-Officials who actively promote, abet and assist Land Grabbing”: The Duty of the Administration is to uphold rule of law. The purpose of the Fence is to protect the Crops; to act as Guardian, Trustee and a Sentinel. But the few examples in the above paragraphs show that Fence itself is eating the Crops, the Guardian himself is molesting the ward, the Trustee is Robbing the Beneficiary and the sentinel is Looting the Citizens. If these Illegal, anti-social and unethical acts go unpunished, honest citizens will loose all faith in Government and the very Social Contract on which the State is founded will crumble as castles on foundation of sand.
[C]  At pages 14-18 of the Report: STRANGE CASE OF KARNATAKA JUDICIAL EMPLOYEES HOUSE BUILDING SOCIETY – WHO WILL GUARD THE GUARDIANS ?     …Gist is;
[i]             It is therefore clear that the     Judicial Employees HBCS.has violated the land Reforms Act and the land so held by the HBCS shall be forfeited to the Government along with structures on it. The HBCS gave an ingenious explanation to the Committee on 30 May 2007 that the lands through private negotiations were actually not purchased through Sale Deeds but only Agreements to Sale were effected and HBCS has taken possession of the lands on that basis.  In some cases, and few land-holders have entered into a “Compromise” before the City Civil Judge. It is astounding as to how such “Compromise” in violation of the provisions of the Land Reforms Act and that too before a Court of Law can be entered.
[ii]     The HBCS submitted a layout plan to the Bangalore Development Authority 6-11-1992 for approval. The BDA vide its letter dated 28-11-1992 resolved to approve the layout subject to certain conditions. However the HBCS never again went before the BDA.
[iii]        The Judicial Employees HBCS then submitted its layout     to the City Municipal Council, Yelahanka which is not a planning Authority for the lands of the HBCS as the BDA is the concerned authority under the Town and Country Planning Act. The CMC gave approval    primarily for collection of fees at Rs. 9 per square foot. This was assumed to be “approval” of the layout for which CMC had no jurisdiction.
[iv]      The  Judicial Employees HBCS enrolled 3399 members and 1353 Associate Members and allotted 2268 sites. This included large numer of Associate Members including Judges of High Court / Supreme Court their family members, Politicians, Contractors, Officials like Police Inspectors who can not be even ‘honorary’ Judicial Officers.
[v]      In October 2002 the Judicial Employees Welfare Association petitioned to the High Court about various violations committed by the HBCS and the HC by an Interim Order directed trhat no sites reserved for civic amenities and parks and public use should be distributed as sites by the HBCS. However the HBCS violated this direction also and distributed sites reserved for public use. Against this a contempt petition was filed by the Welfare Association which is being heard by the High Court of Karnataka ……..
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U.N. Secretary General Letter On Rule Of Law. 9th May 2012

World Bank Group President Robert B. Zoellick Remarks for International Corruption Hunters Alliance December 7, 2010

Judicial Integrity Group Documents

1] Bangalore Principles of Judicial Conduct (ECOSOC 2006/23): Bangalore Principles of Judicial Conduct (Engl.) pdf

2] Commentary on the Bangalore Principles of Judicial Conduct:Commentary on the Bangalore Principles of Judicial Conduct (Engl.) pdf

3]  Measures for the Effective Implementation of the Bangalore Principles of Judicial Conduct
Measures for the Effective Implementation of the Bangalore Principles of Judicial Conduct (Engl.) pdf
4]  Dissemination Measures : Dissemination Measures (Engl.) pdf
5]  Principles of Conduct for Court Personnel: Principles of Conduct for Court Personnel (Engl.) pdf
6]  Reports of JIG Meetings (all documents are in English)
a] Report of the First Meeting, Vienna, 2000 pdf
b] Report of the Second Meeting, Bangalore, 2001 pdf
c]  Report of Round-Table Meeting, The Hague, 2002 pdf
d] Report of the Third Meeting, Colombo, 2003 pdf
e] Report of the Fourth Meeting, Vienna, 2005 pdf
f] Report of the Fifth Meeting, Vienna, 2007 pdf
g] Report of the Sixth Meeting, Lusaka, 2010 pdf
Pictures of the Meetings can be found here

History of the Group
History of the Group 2000-2011 (Engl.) pdf

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Procedure for Blocking Of Websites

Procedure for Blocking Of Websites

Published Vide G.S.R. 529(E), dated 7-7-2003, published in the Gazette of India, Ext.,Pt.II, Section 3(i), dated 9-7-2003

MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

(Department of Information Technology)

ORDER

New Delhi, 7th July, 2003

Subject: Procedure for Blocking of Websites

As per the Gazette Notification (Extraordinary) No. G.S.R. 181(E), dated 27th February, 2003, published in Part II, Section 3, Sub-section (i), Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) has been designated as the single authority for issuing of instructions in the context of blocking of websites. CERT-In has to instruct the Department of Telecommunications to block the website after,

(i) verifying the authenticity of the complaint

(ii) satisfying that action of blocking of website is absolutely essential.

II. The blocking of website may be the need of several agencies engaged in different walks of public and administrative lives due to a variety of reasons. Explicit provision for blocking of the website in the Information Technology Act, 2000 is available only in section 67, relating to pornographic content on the website. In addition, section 69 empowers the Controller of Certifying Authorities to intercept any information transmitted through any computer resource in relation only to the following five purposes:

(i) Interest of the sovereignty or integrity of India,

(ii) The security of the State,

(iii) Friendly relations with foreign States, or

(iv) Public order, or

(v) For preventing incitement to the commission of any cognizable offence.

III. As already noted there is no explicit provision in the Information Technology Act, 2000 for blocking of websites. In fact, blocking is taken to amount to censorship. Such blocking can be challenged if it amounts to restriction of freedom of speech and expression. But websites promoting hate content, slander or defamation of others, promoting gambling, promoting racism, violence and terrorism and other such material, in addition to promoting pornography, including child pornography, and violent sex can reasonably be blocked since all such websites may not claim constitutional right of free speech. Blocking of such websites may be equated to “balanced flow of information” and not censorship.

IV. The websites promoting the abovementioned types of content, not covered under Freedom of Speech may need to be blocked under the inherent powers of the Government, “to the extent of executive authority read with legal powers vested in Central Government and Controller under various provision of various laws”.

V. The detailed procedure for submitting a complaint to the Director, CERT-

In for blocking of a website shall be as follows:

1. The following officers listed in Para 2 of the Gazette Notification can submit the complaint to the Director, CERT-In:

(i) Secretary, National Security Council Secretariat (NSCS);

(ii) Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India;

(iii) Foreign Secretary in the Department of External Affairs or a representative not below the rank of Joint Secretary;

(iv) Secretaries, Department of Home Affairs of each )f the States and of the Union territories;

(v) Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Intelligence Bureau (IB), Director General of Police of all the States and such other enforcement agencies;

(vi) Secretaries or Heads of all the Information Technology Department of all the States and Union Territories not below the rank of joint Secretary of Central Government;

(vii) Chairman of the National Human Rights Commission or Minorities Commission or Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes Commission or National Women Commission.

(viii) The directive of the Courts;

(ix) Any others as may be specified by the Government.

2. The complaint shall contain the following:

(i) Name of the complainant with address, telephone number, fax number, and e-mail.

(ii) The address of the offending website.

(iii) The name of the origanisation with address, if known, which is promoting /hosting the website.

(iv) Specific reasons for requesting blocking of website. This may be from any of the following:

Promoting hate content, slander or defamation of others, promoting gambling, promoting racism, violence and terrorism and other such material, promoting pornography, including child pornography and violent sex.

(v) Any other reasons may be specified by the complainant.

(vi) Segment of population or the audience that is adversely affected by the offending website.

3. The complaint may be submitted in writing by an authorised officer of the abovenamed organisation on the letter head. This can be sent either by mail or by fax or by e-mail digitally signed.

4. Each complaint shall be assigned a complaint number and recorded in a register alongwith the time and date of the receipt.

5. CERT-In staff shall verify that the complainant belongs to one of the organisations that have been listed above. If needed, this will be verified telephonically from the concerned office.

6. Each complaint shall be acknowledged to the complainant within 24 hours of its receipt.

7. In the case of complaints received by fax and e-mail which is not digitally signed, the complainant shall be required to provide an ink-signed copy of the complaint so as to reach CERT-In within 3 days of the receipt of the complaint by fax or e-mail. The processing of the complaint shall begin without waiting for the receipt of the ink-signed copy.

8. Director, CERT-In will assign the complaint to a technical expert to view the said website and print the offending content as a sample within a day of the receipt of the complaint.

9. The complaint alongwith the printed sample content of the website shall be examined by a duly constituted committee under the Chairmanship of Director, CERT-In with representatives of DIT and Law Ministry/Home Ministry. The committee will meet within a day of the complaint and the content being notified by Director, CERT-In to the members of the Committee. It will meet and take on the spot decision on whether the website is to be blocked or not.

10. The decision on blocking of the website by the Committee alongwith the complaint and details thereof shall be submitted by Director, CERT-In to the Additional Secretary, DIT for the approval of the Secretary, DIT.

11. On receipt of the approval from DIT, Director, CERT-In will issue instructions to DOT for blocking of website.

12. The entire exercise shall be completed within seven working days of the receipt of a complaint.

13. In case of an emergency situation, to be decided by Director, CERT-In in consultation with the Additional Secretary, DIT, instructions for blocking of website will be immediately issued by Director, CRET-In to DOT.

14. Strict confidentiality shall be maintained by CERT-In regarding all the complaints as also their processing.

15. The Director, CERT-In shall maintain complete record, in electronic database as also in paper files/registers, of the cases of blocking of website processed. This database shall be the property of the D1T and shall not be used for any commercial purpose.

16. The Director, CERT-In shall submit a monthly report of the cases of blocking of the website processed in each month, by 7th of the next month (or the next working day if 7th happens to be a holiday) to the Additional Secretary, DIT.

17. The Director CERT-In shall arrange to make available, the record of the cases of blocking of the website processed by CERT-In, as and when required for audit by an officer designated by Secretary, DIT for this purpose. This inspection /audit may be undertaken on a quarterly basis.

18. The service for blocking of the website containing offending material is to be provided by CERT-In in public interest and hence no fees shall be charged for providing this service.

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Sanction accorded to prosecute the Chief Minister of Karnataka, Shri B S Yeddyurappa, by H.E. the Governor of Karnataka on 22 Jan,2011

In Re: 22/01/11 ;Press Communique

 22/01/11

Press Communique

 Sub: On the sanction accorded to prosecute the Chief Minister of Karnataka, Shri B S Yeddyurappa, by H.E. the Governor of  Karnataka

1.Two Advocates namely Shri Sirajin Basha and Shri K.N.Balaraj from Bangalore, in their letter dated 28.12.2010 addressed to HisExcellency, have requested to accord sanction as required under section 19(1) of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 and section197  of  Criminal  Procedure  Code,  1973  for  the  purpose  of prosecuting  the  Chief  Minister  Shri  B.S.Yeddyurappa  and  the Minister for Home & Transport Shri R. Ashok in the appropriate Court of Law.  Along with this letter, they have also submitted acopy of the proposed complaint and documentary evidence which runs into 1625 pages. All these documents are a part of record.

 

2. They have averred that being members of the legal profession, they are deeply interested to uphold Rule of Law and probity inpublic life and more so dutifully conscious of protecting the society at large against the evils of corruption and maladministration.

 

3.They stated that when they approached the Superintendent of Police, Karnataka Lokayukta, with a written complaint on this subject matter, it was not taken on file and the investigating agency was not prepared to register a case and take up investigation inspite of their approaching on 17th, 19th, 20th and 21st December, 2010.  The complainants mentioned that the Superintendent of Police, Lokayukta was not inclined to take up the complaint because of the fact that the 1st accused is the Chief Minister of the State and Lokayukta Police are the State Government employees and they declined and refrained from accepting the complaint.

 

4. Under these circumstances, they said they intend to move theHon’ble 22nd Additional City Civil & Sessions Judge who is also thedesignated  Special  Judge  for  dealing  with  the  cases  under Prevention of Corruption Act.5. In the proposed complaint, there are 12 parties named as accused. No.1 and No.9 are the Chief Minister and Minister for Home & Transport respectively.  While stating that they narrated in detail in the proposed complaint a few instances that have come to their knowledge relating to criminal conspiracy, criminal breach of trust,  cheating,  falsification  of  documents,  receiving  illegal gratification, securing pecuniary advantage and valuable thing, amassing wealth disproportionate to the known sources of income which are punishable under sections 120B r/w406, 420, 463465,468471 IPC r/w 13(1)(d) and 13(1)(e) r/w 13 (2) of thePrevention of Corruption Act, 1988 and sections 3 and 4 of the Karnataka Land(Restriction  on  Transfer)  Act,  1991  and  substantive  offences thereof.  They also included a statement showing the pecuniary gain received by the Chief Minister and his family members in respect of certain instances listed therein and the total pecuniary gain from these instances linked to the use of official position was mentioned as Rs.371.24 crores.

 

6. They have also referred to the observations of the Supreme Court in Vineet Narain vs. Union of India case (1996 2 SCC 199)and  ( 1998 1 SCC 226 ), which reads:

“It is trite that the holders of public offices are entrusted withcertain powers to be exercised in public interest alone and therefore the office is held by them in trust for the people.Any deviation from the path of rectitude by any of themamounts to a breach of trust and must be severely dealt withinstead of  being pushed under the  carpet.  If the conduct amounts to an offence, it must be promptly investigated and the offender against whom a prima facie case is made out should be prosecuted so that the majesty of law is upheld and the rule of law vindicated.” 

 

7. Since the Chief Minister and the Minister for Home and Transport being public servants, and the petitioners are intending to file a complaint against the Chief Minister and Minister for Home andTransport  before  the  appropriate  Court,  they  prayed  for  the mandatory sanction  under  section 19(1)  of the Prevention  of Corruption Act, 1988 and section 197 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.  They have also stated once again referring to the Hon’ble Supreme Court decision reported in (1982) 2 SCC 463 and(1984) 2 SCC 183 that the Governor of a State is the competent authority to grant sanction for the prosecution of the Chief Minister.

 

8. It is averred by the petitioners that the complaint and the supporting documentary evidence disclosecommission of offence of corruption and criminal misconduct as defined under the Prevention of Corruption Act. The petitioners have listed large number of instances. The sum and substance of some of the allegations of corruption and criminal misconduct are stated as follows:

 

(a) Denotification of 1 acre 12 guntas of land in survey No.55/2,Rachenahalli  village,  K.R.Puram  Hobli,  Bangalore  from  landacquisition proceedings by the Chief Minister in November, 2008and obtaining a pecuniary advantage to his family members. It wasalleged that the pecuniary gain was to the tune of  Rs.19.60 crores.

 

(b)  Denotification  of  16  guntas  of  land  in  survey  No.  56  of  Rachenahalli  village,  K.R.Puram  Hobli,  Bangalore  from  land acquisition proceedings by the Chief Minister in November, 2008,with the subsequent transfer of this land to Ms/ Davalagiri Property Developers Private Limited (DPDPL) wherein Chief Minister’s sons and son-in-law hold 75% share, for a paltry Rs.60 lakhs.  It is alleged that the gain to the family members of the Chief Minister was to the tune of 

Rs.7.4 crores.

 

(c) Illegal allotment of site No.1 in RMV II Stage, Bangalore by theChief Minister in favour of his son Shri B.Y.Raghavendra, eventhough he was not eligible to obtain a site from BDA in view of thefact that he owns a 3 storeyed residential building constructed on asite measuring 50’ x 80’ in a layout called “Manyatha Residency”developed by M/s. Manyatha Private Limited at Rachenahalli.  The pecuniary gain was shown as nil on the ground that the Chief Minister’s son has subsequently returned the property to BDA, after this scam broke out.

 

(d)  Illegal  amalgamation  of  road  measuring  47,972  sq.ft.  in Vyalikaval HBCS, Nagawara with site Nos. 1 to 10 was sanctioned by the BDA and there after a part of this amalgamated road was purchased by M/s. Davalagiri Property Developers Private Limited(DPDPL) wherein the Chief Minister’s sons  and  son- in- law hold 75%share. The alleged pecuniary advantage was put atRs.16.26 crores. It is alleged that this was done at the instance of the Chief Minister who holds the relevant portfolio having control over BDA.

 

(e) Denotification of 2 acres 05 guntas of land in survey number 81/3of Arakere village from land acquisition proceedings by the Chief Minister, long after the publication of notification under section 16(2) of the Lands Acquisition Act on the basis of representations from persons who had no locus-standi in relation to this land, causing pecuniary loss to BDA. Also 1Acre 7.5 guntas of this land was later sold to the close associates of the Chief Minister.  It was alleged that the pecuniary gain to them was to the tune of  Rs.25.39 crores.

 

(f) Illegal denotification on 31-12-2009, of land measuring 9 guntas in  survey  No.10/1  and  14  guntas  in  survey  No.10/11F  of  Lottegollahalli village, Kasba Hobli, Bangalore North Taluk from the land  acquisition  proceedings,  after  the  land  acquisition  was complete in all respects and the notification under section 16(2) of the Land Acquisition Act was issued as early as on 13.02.1992.  14guntas of land in survey No.10/11F was denotified in favour of Shri R.Ashok, Minister for Home and Transport, who purchased this landvide sale deed dated 12.11.2007 long after the final notification under section 16(2) of the Land Acquisition Act was issued, thereby causing pecuniary loss to BDA.

 

(g)  Denotification of land measuring 2 acre 5 guntas in survey number 149 of Agara village, Begur Hobli on 6-1-2010, after the16 (2) notification was issued on 2.1.1992. Two portions of this land,16000 sft and 5000 sft, was sold in two deals on 05-03-2010 to M/s. Elyon Developers Pvt Limited represented by its director Shri S SUgendar for Rs 1.76 crore and Rs. 44 lakhs respectively, while the market value was Rs 16.80 Crore. Hence total loss to BDA was Rs.74.05 crore.  In turn, Sri S. S. Ugendar paid Rs 2.00 crores to M/s.Bhagat Homes Private Limited (BHPL) also promoted by the family members of the Chief Minister, as share application money, but the shares were allotted to the close relatives of the Chief Minister. Therefore the wrongful gain to Shri S S Ugendar wasRs 14.6crores and to the close relatives was Rs 2 crores.

 

(h)  Pecuniary advantage of Rs.3.00 crores to M/s. Bhagath HomesPrivate Limited and Rs.2.50 crores to M/s. Davalagiri PropertyDevelopers Private Limited, both companies promoted by the familymembers of the Chief Minister, for the official favours shown by theChief Minister to Shri S.N.Krishnaiah Setty of M/s Balaji KrupaDevelopers by way of large scale conversion of agricultural lands inAnekal Taluk, (400 Acres) to non-agricultural purposes by modifyingthe zoning regulations.

 

(i)  Pecuniary advantage derived to the tune of Rs.2.50 crores by M/s Bhagath Homes Private Limited and Rs.3.50 crores

by M/sDavalagiri Property Developers Private Limited both companies 22/01/11 of the Lands Acquisition Act on the basis of representations frompersons who had no locus-standi in relation to this land, causingpecuniary loss to BDA. Also 1Acre 7.5 guntas of this land was later sold to the close associates of the Chief Minister. It was alleged thatthe pecuniary gain to them was to the tune of 

Rs.25.39 crores.

(f) Illegal denotification on 31-12-2009, of land measuring 9 guntasin  survey  No.10/1  and  14  guntas  in  survey  No.10/11F  of Lottegollahalli village, Kasba Hobli, Bangalore North Taluk from theland  acquisition  proceedings,  after  the  land  acquisition  wascomplete in all respects and the notification under section 16(2) of the Land Acquisition Act was issued as early as on 13.02.1992.  14guntas of land in survey No.10/11F was denotified in favour of ShriR.Ashok, Minister for Home and Transport, who purchased this landvide sale deed dated 12.11.2007 long after the final notificationunder section 16(2) of the Land Acquisition Act was issued, therebycausing pecuniary loss to BDA.

 

(g) Denotification of land measuring 2 acre 5 guntas in surveynumber 149 of Agara village, Begur Hobli on 6-1-2010, after the16(2) notification was issued on 2.1.1992. Two portions of this land,16000 sft and 5000 sft, was sold in two deals on 05-03-2010 to M/s.Elyon Developers Pvt Limited represented by its director Shri S SUgendar for Rs 1.76 crore and Rs. 44 lakhs respectively, while themarket value was Rs 16.80 Crore. Hence total loss to BDA was Rs.74.05 crore.  In turn, Sri S. S. Ugendar paid Rs 2.00 crores to M/s.Bhagat Homes Private Limited (BHPL) also promoted by the familymembers of the Chief Minister, as share application money, but theshares were allotted to the close relatives of the Chief Minister.Therefore the wrongful gain to Shri S S Ugendar was

Rs 14.6crores and to the close relatives was Rs 2 crores.

(h) Pecuniary advantage of Rs.3.00 crores to M/s. Bhagath HomesPrivate Limited and Rs.2.50 crores to M/s. Davalagiri PropertyDevelopers Private Limited, both companies promoted by the familymembers of the Chief Minister, for the official favours shown by theChief Minister to Shri S.N.Krishnaiah Setty of M/s Balaji KrupaDevelopers by way of large scale conversion of agricultural lands inAnekal Taluk, (400 Acres) to non-agricultural purposes by modifyingthe zoning regulations.

(i) Pecuniary advantage derived to the tune of Rs.2.50 crores by M/s Bhagath Homes Private Limited and Rs.3.50 crores

by M/sDavalagiri Property Developers Private Limited both companies  promoted by the family members of the Chief Minister, from ShriPraveen Chandra for the favours  shown to him by the Chief  Minister by way of allotment of 100 acres of land at Machenahalli -Honnavile Industrial Area, Shimoga  District in favour of M/s E. Rama Murthy Power Private Limited promoted by Shri Praveen Chandra and also granting of mining lease for iron ore and manganese ore in 330  acres  in  Ramajjanahalli  Kaval  and  Mallapura  villages  of Hosadurga Taluk in favour of Shri Praveen Chandra.

 

(j) Chief Minister ordered on 14-12-2009 for denotification of 33Guntas in survey number 21/3 of Kempapura village, 1Acre 36Guntas in survey number 6/2A, 23 guntas in survey number 6/2Cand 23 guntas in survey number 6/2B  in Hebbala Ammanikere to benefit Shri Prakash Shetty of M/s. Thrishul Developers. ShriPrakash Shetty paid Rs.2 crores as commission and Rs 75 lakhs as advance to M/s. Davalagiri Property Developers Private Limited, a company promoted by the family members of the Chief Minister. The alleged pecuniary loss caused to the exchequer /BDA on account of these four lands was put atRs.101.27 crores and the pecuniary advantage to the family members of the Chief Minister was put at Rs 2.75 crore.

 

(k)  Illegal denotification of land measuring 11 acres 25 guntas insurvey No.15/1 and 15/2 etc., of Srirampura village for the benefit of M/s Besto Infrastructure Bangalore Private Limited, whose promoter is a partner with the family members of the Chief Minister in M/s Davalagiri Property Developers Private Limited. The land wasdenotified in favour of Dr. B.R. Shetty who in turn sold 2 acres 20guntas of this denotified land to the M/s Besto Infrastructure, Bangalore for an amount of Rs.3.75 crores when the market value was Rs.54.45 crores, thereby gaining a pecuniary advantage of more than Rs.50 crores.

 

(l)  The family members of the Chief Minister through their businessassociates  M/s  Bhatath  Homes  Private  Limited,  M/s  Candor Business Solutions Private Limited and M/s Elyon Developers took over a virtually defunct company M/s. Health Zone Advisors (India) Private Limited.  The Chief Minister ordered denotification of lands in  survey  Nos.  79/4  and  several  other  survey  numbers  of  Rachenahalli village, covering an extent of about 9 acres and the owners of this land sold 1 acre 23.2 guntas of denotified land for an amount of Rs.2.55 crores in favour of M/s. Health Zone Advisors(India) Private Limited when it’s market value was Rs.34.41 crores.

(m) The Chief Minister orders denotification of 10 acres of land insurvey  No.121  of  Uttarahalli  village  on  the  request  of Dr.Hemachandra Sagar, MLA and close political associate of theChief  Minister.  Soon thereafter,  M/s.  Sahyadri  Healthcare  & Diagnostics Private Limited was incorporated by the sons of the Chief Minister holding 50% share and M/s. Sagar Healthcare &Diagnostics Private Limited, of which Dr.Hemachandra Sagar is the Chairman holding the balance 50% share and receives Rs.3.35crores from M/s. Sagar Healthcare & Diagnostics Private Limited as share application money when the authorized share capital of M/s. Sahyadri  Healthcare  &  Diagnostics  Private  Limited  was  only Rs.5.00 lakhs and it was fully paid up.  The alleged pecuniary loss to the State exchequer was put at Rs.175 crores while thepecuniary gain to the kith and kin of the Chief Minister was placed at Rs.3.35 crores.

 (n)  Pecuniary advantage obtained by the members of the Chief Minister’s family from Shri B.M.Karunesh of M/s. Adarsh Developersfor  the  favours  shown  to  M/s.  Adarsh  Developers  by  the Government.  The allegation is that the family members of the Chief Minister floated a partnership firm M/s. Akarsh Properties wherein M/s. Davalagiri Property Developers Private Limited (DPDPL) holds 50%  stake,  Shri  B.M.Jayashankar  holds  49.8%  stake,  ShriB.M.Karunesh holds 0.1% stake and Smt. Sudha Jaishankar holds 0.1% stake.  Shri B.M.Karunesh purchased several properties initially on behalf of M/s. Akarsh Properties and subsequentlytransferred some properties to M/s. Davalagiri Property Developers Private Limited and some properties to M/s. Bhagath Homes Private Limited, both represented by the family members of the Chief Minister, and in some cases at less than the purchase price.  Under-valuation of these transactions was also noticed and higher stamp duty demanded by the Registration Department was paid.  In a series of such transactions, it is alleged that pecuniary advantage to the family members of Chief Minister was around Rs.5.00 crores. In turn, the allegation is that the Government through the committees headed by the Chief Minister had cleared several project proposals of M/s. Adarsh Developers, prevailed upon the authorities not to take action against M/s. Adarsh Developers when they encroached large  tracts  of  public  lands  and  also  allowing  M/s.  Adarsh Developers to get away with gross violation of land allotment Conditions  for I.T. Park, Residential Condominium and Residential Park near the Airport.

 (o) Denotification of 5 acres 13 guntas of land in survey No.78 of Nagarabhavi village in violation of the orders of the Supreme Courtand the High Court of Karnataka, causing a pecuniary loss to BDAunder the control of the Chief Minister, to the tune of Rs.115.00crores.

9. The Government records were called for and obtained to verify the veracity of the documents submitted by the petitioners and to the extent government records were made available they were compared and found reliable. In respect of others, the petitioners were asked to produce the documents obtained under RTI Act and the certifiedcopies  and  such  documents  produced  by  the  petitioners  were compared and found reliable to proceed.

10. Then the Governor examined following legal issues:

(i)  Whether the doctrine of aid and advice is attracted for giving the requisite sanction?    and

(ii)  Whether the sanction can be given on the basis of acomplaint and documents furnished in support of the allegation withoutinvestigation?

11. As regards the application of doctrine of aid and advice isconcerned,  this  has  been  conclusively  settled  in  the  State  of Maharashtra  vs.  R.S.Naik  AIR  1982  SC  1249  that  sanction  toprosecute the Chief Minister is the exclusive function of the Governor to be exercised by him in his discretion followed by the decision in Dr.J.Jayalalitha vs. Dr.Channa Reddy (1995) 2 MLJ 187, wherein itwas further amplified that it is erroneous to say that the view of theSupreme Court was based on a concession made by counsel and aperusal of the relevant part of the judgment shows that the Court hasexpressed its opinion that such concession was rightly made.12. On the second point whether sanction can be given withoutinvestigation also, the Supreme Court once again, in A.R.Antulay vs.R.S.Naik, categorically laid down that a private complaint under theAct is maintainable for considering the sanction without investigationby the authorities authorized to investigate.  It was emphasized in Madhya Pradesh Special Police Establishment vs. State of Madhya Pradesh (2004) 8 SCC P 788 at pages 802, 805 ,the five Judges Bench of Supreme Court held that:

“If on these facts and circumstances, the Governor cannot act in his own discretion there would be a complete break down of Rule of Law in as much as it would then be open for Governments to refuse sanction in spite of overwhelming material showing that a prima-facie case is made out.  If, in cases where prima-facie is clearly made out, sanction to prosecute high functionaries is refused or withheld, democracy itself will be at stake.  It would then lead to a situation where people in power may break the Law with impunity safe in the knowledge they will not beprosecuted as the requisite sanction will not be granted.”

13. Having gone through the substance of the allegations and thesupporting documents as well as the above legal position H. E. the Governor of Karnataka held that a prima-facie case is made out for according sanction for prosecution of the Chief minister Shri B S Yeddyurappa under section 19(1) of Prevention of Corruption Act1988 and under section 197 of the Criminal Procedure Code 1973.Therefore, the Governor accorded the sanction for Prosecution of the Chief Minister Shri B S Yeddyurappa

 

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[01] Judicial Layout is ILLEGALLY formed …. Not approved by B.D.A ? Evidences

[01]  In 1988 Karnataka Employees HBCS signed Agreement with Karnataka Government in accordance with Part-VII of Land Acquisition Act, 1894 as amended in 1984, treating the Karnataka Employees HBCS, as Private Company. This Agreement was allowed to be used by Employee-Judges ‘at times to the advantage’ and ‘at times to suppress the same; to consider acuisition is for Public Purpose under Chapter-II of L.A. Act,1894’ by collusion of  Government, High Court and Lower Courts to the detriment of Rule of Law and JUSTICE. Contrary to any respect for Rule of Law, Judgments, honesty, Morality, Integrity worth the Lordship or Judges, poor uneducated farmers’ lands were illegally got acquired; without paying COMPENSATION.

[02]  Karnataka Employees HBCS failed to deposit with SLAO  Rs. Rs.2,02,55,734-50 [Ann-… ] in ninety days from the date of signing Agreement.

[03]    But the similar Agreements signed by Sreenivasa Housing society of Advocates and Charted Accuontants  of Andhra Pradesh was struck down & declared by N. Venkatachala through Supreme Court Order in SRINIVASA CO-OP. HOUSE BUILDING SOCIETY LTD. v. MADAM G. SASTRY, (1994) 4 Supreme Court Cases 675.
[04]    Karnataka Employees HBCS failed to  pay cost of News Paper publication of 4[1], 6[1] etc., did not pay any Compensation .  Society represented by its Director N. Shivanna appeared as Owners before S.L.A.O and consented to pass Awards and acknowledged for having received Compensation. Hence SLAO passed similar consent Awards for 87 Acres based on Society Directors consenting to Awards, not Land Owners. Seems, may be a FRAUD;  SLAO paid few lakhs to five land owners after 18-05-93 per Annexure No. ….. Scanned copy pages from register of S.L.A.O is enclosed, so as to identify the persons behind various crimes committed & prosecute them  in  land aqcuistition.
[05]     Stage-Managed-Land-Acquisition by Karnataka Employees HBCS with express Blessing of Court Orders. No compensation paid to land owners, no PENNY paid to Government towards land Conversion, Government’s expenditure over land aqcuisition and attending litigations.

[06]  Constitutional Conspiracy: Karnataka Chief Justice S. Mohan Begs / coerces Chief Minister S. Bangarappa in 1992 November; as admitted by Chief Justice M. Ramakrishna in his letter to Upa-Lokayukta on 7th March, 2001 while seeking to LOOSEN-STAY ORDER dated 18th Jan, 2001 against registration of Sites in Judicial Layout against Sub-Registrar, Yelahanka. For which letter G.P. Shivaprakash did heeded & LOOSENED Stay Order by Modified Interim Order dt. 14 March, 2001.

[06.A] Certain relevant contents of Letter of Chief Justice M. Ramakrishna in his letter to Upa-Lokayukta on 7th March, 2001 is as follows:-
That he was informed of site allotment of site No. 858 is allotted to him on 4th Jan, 1993 of size 80′ x 120′. That on persuation, Society allotted  the said site on 3/1/2001.
“My dear brother, you are aware with what amount of  difficulty we were able to pursuade the then Chief Minister of Karnataka to hand over the posession of lands to the Office bearers of the Society with the special efforts of Mr. Justice Mohan, the then Chief Justice.  “

[07} Upa Lokayukta created a LAY OUT PLAN and annexed it to Modified Interim Order dt. 14 March, 2001.

[ ] However SLAO; except High Court Order in 1994 to hand-over 17 Acres 18 Guntas;  did not handed-over the balance139 Acres of lands to  Lands to Karnataka Employees HBCS, though 156 Acres is taken posession, for Society failed to pay Rs. 2.02 Crores. Hence legally Judicial Layout is formed sites, though revenue sites, in only 17 Acres 18 guntas. But Karnataka Employees HBCS, Government have misguided and continue to High Court, its beneficiaries, Members, General Public including Lokayukta that “Society  has formed Sites in 156 Acres and in 37 Acres accrued by private Compromise with Land Lords; and having executed Sale Deeds stating layout is approved B.D.A in 1992 for 156 Acres of Land is Fraud on Constitution of India” and the “Karnataka High Court; its Member-Judges, Judicial Officers .
.XX.] Government, both Political and Executive colluded with Anti-Social activities of Karnataka Employees HBCS. They failed to take-over the lands along with buildings; as Karnataka Employees HBCS violated all terms of Agreement, with Blessings of High Court and Lower Court orders.  Possibly it is done on Quid-pro-quo basis, to have Illegal, unethical, un-holy constitutional relation with Judiciary, Judicial Bodies and Lokayukta, legal officers, Law Secretaries.

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Sanction accorded to prosecute the Chief Minister of Karnataka, Shri B S Yeddyurappa, by H.E. the Governor of Karnataka on 22 Jan,2011

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135 VVIP Judge-Employees Respondentants List Draft

  1. Karnataka State Judicial Department Employees House Building C0-operation Society Limited,
    (i) Karnataka High Court, Bangalore – 560 001.
    (ii) …….. , Sheshdripuram, Bangalore – 560 0 .. .
  2. Sri. C.M. Basavarya,
    Membership No. 0001, Registrar [Retd], High Court of Karnataka,
  3. Sri. C. Shivalingaiah, Membership No. 0002, Registrar [Retd], High Court of Karnataka,
  4. Hon’ble Justice K.B. Navadagai, Membership No. 0003, Judge, Retired,High Court of Karnataka
  5. L. Byrappa, Membership No. 0004, Assistant Registrar [retd]. Kar HC
  6. K.Sippegowda, Membership No. 0006,
  7. D.B. Deogirikar.Membership No.0001,High Court of Karnataka
  8. N. Shivanna, Membership No. 0008
  9. N. Lingaiah, Membership No. 0009
  10. Sri. Patil Nagalingana Gouda, B.A., L.L.B., Membership No. 3262
    (i)Judge,  Court of ACMM-VIII, Magistrate Court Complex,
    Bangalore- 560 001
    (ii) Judge, ……. , Small Cause Court, …Bangalore.
    (iii) Judge, …… , Davangere
  11. Sri. Syed Rizathullaha,
    Son of Syed Rehamatulla,
    “International Corruption Hunters Alliance, Washington, U.S.A.,; Volunteer” and
    Public Relation Officer Cum Deputy Commissioner,
    Office of the Karnataka Lokayukta,
    M.S. Building, Bangalore- 560 001
  12. Sri  Syed Rehamatulla, 
    MembershipNo. 0516,
    Adress not Known.
  13. Sri. G.P. Shivaprakash, Membership No.1878
    Former Up Lokayukta of Karnataka,
    No.1420, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  14. Sri. N. Venkatachala,Membership No.0852
    Former Lokayukta of Karnataka,
    No. 1381, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  15. Sri. S.B. Majage,Membership No.
    (i)No. 1337, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065
    (ii) Present Up Lokayukta of Karnataka,
    Office of the Karnataka Lokayukta,
    M.S. Building, Bangalore- 560 001.
  16. Sri. Chandrashekhriaha,Membership No. 2508,
    Former Up Lokayukta of Karnataka & removed by Karnataka High Court Order,
    No. 1296/11, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  17. Sri. R. Gururajan,Membership No.
    Former Up Lokayukta of Karnataka; who resigned citing his health as reason in
    the wake of “News paper Reports if Illegalities in Judicial Layout”
    developed and allotted by Accused No. 1,
    No. 2093, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  18. Sri. S.R. Bannurmath,Membership No.2518
    Former Chief Justice of Kerala High Court,
    No. 2118/A, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  19. Sri. Shivaraj Patil,Membership No.
    Former Lokayukta of Karnataka, Resigned in wake of “Owning  Site in Judicial Layout, developed by Accused No. 1 and also in Vyalikaval Hosing Society Layout”,
    No. 1399, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  20. Sri. G. Patri Basavana Goud,Membership No.
    Former Up Lokayukta of Karnataka,
    No. 1342, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  21. Sri. B. Padmaraj,Membership No.
    Justice B. Padmarajan Commission “To probe illegal allotments and denotification of land from January 1, 1996 to November 22, 2010”,
    No. 1288, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  22. Sri. H.L. Dattu,Membership No.2511
    (i) No. 859/D & No. 2511, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
    (ii) Sitting Judge, Supreme Court of India,
    New Delhi- 110 001
  23. Sri. Rama Jois,Membership No.
    Former Chief Justice & Governor of Punjab,
    No. 1422, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  24. Sri. S.R. Venkatesh Murty,Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1342, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  25. Sri. T.S. Thakur,Membership No.
    (i) No. 1273, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
    (ii)Sitting Judge, Supreme Court of India,
    New Delhi- 110 001
  26. Sri. V. Gopal Gowda,Membership No.
    (i) 2118/A, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
    (ii) Chief Justice, High Court of Orissa,
    CUTTACK, Orissa- 753 001
  27.  Mrs. Manjula Chellur, Membership No.
    (i) No. 1473, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
    (ii) Chief Justice, High Court of Kerala,
    Ernakulam, Kerala- 682 011
  28. Dr. S. Rajendra Babu, Membership No.
    Former Chief Justice of India,
    (i) No. 1389, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
    (ii)  presently, The NHRC (National Human Rights Commission) Chair on Human Rights,
    Faculty National Law School of India University,Nagarbhavi,
    BANAGLORE 560 242
  29. Sri. R.V. Raveendran, Membership No.
    Former Supreme Court Judge,
    No. 1392, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  30. Sri. K. Jagannath Shetty, Membership No.
    Former Supreme Court Judge,
    No. 1413, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  31. Padma Vibhushan Sri. M.N. Venkatachaliaha, Membership No.
    Former Chief Justice of India,
    No. 1295, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  32. Sri. V. Balakrishna Herade, Membership No.
    Former Supreme Court Judge,
    No. 1501, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  33. Sri. S. Mohan, Membership No.
    Former Supreme Court Judge,
    No. 861, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  34. Sri. G.T. Nanavati, Membership No.
    Former Supreme Court Judge and
    “Nanavati Commission probing the 2002 riot cases in Gujarat”,
    No. 2070, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  35. Sri. Chidanand Ullal, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 362/2, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  36. Late Sri. G.N. Sabahit, Membership No.
    L.R Mrs. Janaki Sabahit,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1886, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  37. Sri. V.G. Sabahit, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1052, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  38. Sri. K.L. Majunath, Membership No. 3000,
    (i) No. 2118/B, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
    (ii) Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    Bangalore- 560 001.
  39. Sri. K. Ramanna, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 981/D, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  40. Sri. K. Bhaktavatsala, Membership No.
    (i) No. 1474, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
    (ii) Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    Bangalore- 560 001.
  41. Sri. Hulwadi G. Ramesh, Membership No.
    (i) No. 981/B, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
    (ii) Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    Bangalore- 560 001.
  42. Sri. D.P. Hiremath, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1384, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
    (ii) Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    Bangalore- 560 001.
  43. Sri. M.M. Mirdhe, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1387, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  44. Sri. A.B. Murgod, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1401, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  45. Sri. M.S. Rajendra Prasad, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1401, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  46. Sri. B.M. Mallikarjuniaha, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court & presently serving as special Judge
    in Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J.Jayalalita Dis proprtionate Asset Case,
    No. 1475, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  47. Sri. H.N. Narayan, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1476, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  48. Sri. Mohammed Anwar, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1480, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  49. Sri. B.K. Somshekhar, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court and
    “Justice B.K.Somasekhara Commission of Inquiry on Attacks on Churches”,
    No. 859/A, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  50. Sri. B.K Sanglad, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1269, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  51. Sri. G.C. Bharuka, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court and
    “Chairman E-Committee for monitoring use of Information
    Technology and Administrative Reforms in the Indian Judiciary”
    appointed by the Hon ‘ble Chief Justice of India,
    No. 1266, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  52. Sri. V.P. Mohan Kumar, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1268, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  53. Sri. P. Krishnamurty, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1270, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  54. Sri. Kumara Rajaratnam, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1271, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  55. Sri. J. Eshwar Prasad, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1272, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  56. Sri. A.K. Lakshmeshwar, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1453, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  57. Sri. Y. Bhaskar Rao, Membership No.
    Former Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1253, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  58. Sri. V.K. Singhal, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 2118, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  59. Sri. S.R. Nayak, Membership No.
    Former Acting Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court and
    Chairman Karnataka Human Rights Commission,
    No. 859/C, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  60. Sri. A.V. Srinivas Reddy, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 2118/C, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  61. Sri. K. Ramachandriaha, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1296/8, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  62. Sri. B.N. Krishna, Membership No.
    Chairman, Financial Sector Legislative Reforms Commission (FSLRC) ,
    No. 362/2, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  63. Sri. N.Y. Hanumathappa, Membership No.
    Former Chief Justice & Member of Parliament,
    No. 862, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  64. Sri. S.R. Rajshekhar Murty, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 864, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  65. Sri. C.N. Ashwathnarayan Rao, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1439, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  66. Sri. Kedambadi Jagannath Shetty, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1395, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  67. Sri. R.G. Desai, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1403, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  68. Sri. M.P. Chinnappa, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1419, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  69. Sri. M.S. Patil, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1421, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  70. Sri. D.R. Vittal Rao, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1408, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  71. Sri. C. Shivappa, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No.1417, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  72. Sri. V.S. Malimath, Membership No.
    Former Chief Justice of Kerala High Court,
    No. 1418, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  73. Sri. K. Shivashankar Bhat, Membership No.
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No.1382, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  74. Sri. A.J. Sadashiva,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court and ” Chairman …
    ……,
    No.1417, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  75. Sri. K.A. Swami,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No.1390, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  76. Sri. D.M. Chandrashekhar,
    Former Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1392, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  77. Sri. Vishwanath Shetty,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1394, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  78. Sri. M. Ramakrishna,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 858, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  79. Sri. K.S. Puttaswamy,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1404, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  80. Sri. K.H.N. Khuranga,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No.1410, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  81. Sri. H.G. Balakrishna,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1411,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  82. Sri. S. Venkataraman,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1471,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  83. Sri. M.S. Nesargi,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 239/15  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  84. Sri.  P.A. Kulkarni,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1407,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  85. Sri. P. Jagannath Hegde,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1415,   Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  86. Sri. M.B. Viswanath,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1416,   Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  87. Sri. T.J. Chouta,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 2068,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  88. Sri. R.V. Vasant Kumar,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 2094,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  89. Sri. P.V Reddy,
    Former Judge of Supreme Court of India and “Chairman, Law Commission of India”,
    No.   Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  90. Sri. Doddakalekalegowda,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    Represented by Smt. Yeshodhamma Doddakalekalegowda
    No. 1412  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  91. Sri. L. Srinivas Reddy,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1414,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  92. Sri. R. Ramakrishna,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1267,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  93. Sri. N.D. Venkatesh,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1356  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  94. Sri. R.G. Vaidyanathan,
    Heading “Justice Vaidyanathan Commission “,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1470,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  95. Sri. R. Venkatesh,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 384,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  96. Sri. Abdul Majid,
    No. 1387  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  97. Sri. B.M. Chandrashekhariaha,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1406, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  98. Sri. K. Sreedhar Rao,
    Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1452,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  99. Sri. Basavraj K.N. Patil,
    No. 1425  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  100. Sri. V.G. Mahajan,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1318,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  101. Sri. H.C. Puttaswamy
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1281,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  102. Sri. Kali Mohammed Mujibullah,
    No.  1149, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  103. Sri. B. Srinivas Rao
    No. 2102,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  104. Sri. S. Rajendra Prasad,
    No.1820,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  105. Sri. Kali Mohammed Mujibullah,
    No. 1387  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  106. Sri. Arvind S. Pachpure,
    Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    Judicial Layout, G.K.V.K. Post,
    BANGALORE 560 065.
  107. Sri. M.B. Vishwanath,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 1416,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  108. Sri. Robinson D’souza,
    Former Law Secretary to Government of Karnataka ,
    No. 1064  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  109. Sri. D.G. Chinnappa,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 68,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  110. Mrs. Roopa R. Sabahit,
    No. 579,  Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  111. Sri. R. Venkatesh,
    No. 384,   Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  112. Sri. H.C. Puttaswamy ,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No.1281,   Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
  113. Sri. N. Kumar ,
    Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 222,  Judicial Layout-II,
    Talghattpura , Kanakpura Road,
    BANGALORE 560 0.
  114. Sri. V. Jagannathan ,
    Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No.221 ,  Judicial Layout-II,
    Talghattpura , Kanakpura Road,
    BANGALORE 560 0.
  115. Sri. Ashok B. Hinchingeri ,
    Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 203,  Judicial Layout-II,
    Talghattpura , Kanakpura Road,
    BANGALORE 560 0.
  116. Sri. Mohan Shantan Gouder, ,
    Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 205 ,  Judicial Layout-II,
    Talghattpura , Kanakpura Road,
    BANGALORE 560 0.
  117. Sri. Anand Byrareddy ,
    Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 201 ,  Judicial Layout-II,
    Talghattpura , Kanakpura Road,
    BANGALORE 560 0.
  118. Sri. Abdul Nazeer ,
    Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 193,  Judicial Layout-II,
    Talghattpura , Kanakpura Road,
    BANGALORE 560 0.
  119. Sri. Ajit J. Gunjal ,
    Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 202,  Judicial Layout-II,
    Talghattpura , Kanakpura Road,
    BANGALORE 560 0.
  120. Sri.  ,
    Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. ,  Judicial Layout-II,
    Talghattpura , Kanakpura Road,
    BANGALORE 560 0.
  121. Sri. Kumara Swamy C.R ,
    Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No.  176,  Judicial Layout-II,
    Talghattpura , Kanakpura Road,
    BANGALORE 560 0.
  122. Sri. Ajit C. Kabbin ,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 194,  Judicial Layout-II,
    Talghattpura , Kanakpura Road,
    BANGALORE 560 0.
  123. Sri. Patil Nananath ,
    Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 220,  Judicial Layout-II,
    Talghattpura , Kanakpura Road,
    BANGALORE 560 0.
  124. Sri. H.N. Nagmohandas ,
    Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 204 ,  Judicial Layout-II,
    Talghattpura , Kanakpura Road,
    BANGALORE 560 0.
  125. Sri. A.M. Farooq ,
    Sitting Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 70 ,  Judicial Layout-II,
    Talghattpura , Kanakpura Road,
    BANGALORE 560 0.
  126. Sri. K.B. Siddppa ,
    Former Judge of Karnataka High Court,
    No. 213,  Judicial Layout-II,
    Talghattpura , Kanakpura Road,
    BANGALORE 560 0.
  127. Sri. P. Krishna Bhat,
    Membership No. 3197,
    Registrar General of Karnataka High Court,
    Karnataka High Court,
    BANGALORE 560 001.
  128. Sri. R. Chandrashekhar,
    Membership No.1285 ,
    Registrar [Administration ] of  Karnataka High Court,,
    Karnataka High Court,
    BANGALORE 560 001.
  129. Sri. K.S. Mudgal,
    Membership No.3100 ,
    Registrar [Judicial] of Karnataka High Court,
    Karnataka High Court,
    BANGALORE 560 001.
  130. Sri. K. Somshekhar,
    Membership No.3251,
    Former Registrar [Judicial]  of Karnataka High Court,
    Karnataka High Court,
    BANGALORE 560 001.
  131. Sri. Raghvendra Upadhyay,
    Private Secretary  to Hon’ble Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court,
    (i) No. 1065, Judicial Layout,
    G.K.V.K. Post, BANGALORE 560 065.
    (ii) Office of Hon’ble Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court,
    Karnataka High Court,
    BANGALORE 560 001.
  132. Sri. K.V. Narasimhan,
    Retired judge, Membership 0966
    Adress not known
  133. Sri. K.B. Chengappa,
    Additional Registrar,
    Dharwad High Court Bench,
    Dharwad. Karnataka.
  134. Smt T.N. Usha,
    Membership No.731,
    1, Race Cource Road, Bangalore 560 001
  135. D. Krishnappa,
    Membership No.755,
    Former Prl Civil & CJM, Shimoga. Karnataka.

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