The applicant knows Mr. Syed Riaz, the Complainant in CC 6711/2012, who is in circles of Bureacrats & Politicians is called as WHEELER DEALER, since 2004.
He is the who facilitated applicant’s interview with, Lokayukta Sanosh Hegde. Riaz has received many C.Ds and well aware that applicant is editor of http://www.judgesplot4plot.com/ , http://indiancorruptjudges.com/ .But in the complaint he has shown as though I am a stranger, for he was scared that I may spill one two beans of Karnataka Lokayukta & his La-de-affairs:-
 . The complaint is on the basis of Mr. Riaz, presently P.R.O. and Dy. Commissioner, Office of Lokayukta ,Bangalore was selected by Government of India to represent India in the World Bank sponsored ‘International Corruption Hunters Alliance Event’ in year 2010. In the Video Link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZZCYpoK2_c&feature=relmfu uploaded by WorldBank on Dec 8, 2010 he is seen twice, while hearing the speech and later shaking hands with the President of World Bank at the said Conference. Of which theme is “Corruption steals from the poor and those responsible must be held accountable” was what Mr. Robert Zoellick, President of the World Bank said at the launch of the International Corruption Hunters Alliance in Washington DC. Today, more than 250 anti-corruption officials from 134 countries are working on a global enforcement regime sharing information, monitoring results and coordinating action in corruption cases” .
 Lokayukta Dead Body Scam of Venkatachala & Company:- “Out of respect for the Lokayukta, we handed over the bodies to Lakshmi. Now, the case has taken a different turn with the duo being arrested for cheating the LIC. Had the Lokayukta listened to us, we could have proven our suspicions about Lakshmi. We don’t hold any personal grudge against Justice Venkatachala, but we will have to consider taking legal action against him,” a senior police officer said.
“We have asked the chief of prosecution for a legal opinion on whether to prosecute the former Lokayukta based on the investigating officer’s statement, after which we will file an FIR,” ACP K N Nyame Gowda, who is handling the case, told Bangalore Mirror.
Former IO in insurance fraud case says he was pressured. Police want to book ex-Lokayukta for his 2005 ‘do-gooder’ act.
According to the cops, Justice Venkatachala overruled their objections and directed them to hand over two unclaimed bodies to a duo who are accused of cheating LIC to the tune of `12 lakh. An opinion on his prosecution from the state legal cell is awaited
Posted On Wednesday, February 06, 2013 at 06:43:08 AM
The Video on the SCAM recorded in 2005 or so is HEART BURNIG as to the working, Integrity of Lokayuktas; benefitting from DEAD BODIES posted in youtube.com @
A former Karnataka Lokayukta, Justice N Venkatachala, faces the possibility of prosecution in a case where he allegedly pressured the jurisdictional police to hand over the bodies of two road accident victims to a woman who is accused, along with her paramour, of fraudulently making insurance claims totalling 12 lakh from the Life Insurance Corporation (LIC). LIC taken for Rs 12L ‘compensation’ ride by fraudster couple.
The then investigating officer in the case has said in his statement to the new IO that despite police reservations, the bodies were handed over due to pressure from the former Lokayukta.
The accused, S Lakshmi (34) and advocate Ramakrishna Reddy (56), bought three LIC policies in Bangalore, Adoni and Kalyanadurga in 2004 in the name of Lakshmi’s husband, Nagesh Naik. A year later, on March 25, 2005, they read a news item about the deaths of two unidentified persons in a road accident in the Chikkajala police limits. The same day, they landed up at the Chikkajala police station and claimed that Nagesh and his brother, Venkatesh Naik, were the two unidentified persons.
Asked to provide photo IDs of the deceased, they submitted the three LIC policies. Police inspector K Chandrashekar and sub-inspector Gautam did not accept the policies as evidence, at which point Reddy contacted the then Bangalore Advocates Association president, K N Subba Reddy. Subba Reddy allegedly put pressure on the police to hand over the bodies to Lakshmi, but the cops refused to budge. When Lakshmi
‘complained’ to the then Lokayukta, Justice N Venkatachala went with her to Bowring Hospital, where the bodies were kept, on March 29, 2005. He reportedly called the officers concerned and, overruling their objections, directed them to hand over the bodies to her.
“Out of respect for the Lokayukta, we handed over the bodies to Lakshmi. Now, the case has taken a different turn with the duo being arrested for cheating the LIC. Had the Lokayukta listened to us, we could have proven our suspicions about Lakshmi. We don’t hold any personal grudge against Justice Venkatachala, but we will have to consider taking legal action against him,” a senior police officer said.
“We have asked the chief of prosecution for a legal opinion on whether to prosecute the formerLokayukta based on the investigating officer’s statement, after which we will file an FIR,” ACP K N Nyame Gowda, who is handling the case, told Bangalore Mirror.
After getting the bodies, the duo used the death certificate in Nagesh Naik’s name to file a compensation claim with the Bangalore LIC branch and were given a cheque for Rs 5.99 lakh on August 8, 2007. In the same manner, Lakshmi got a cheque for Rs 5.99 lakh from the Adoni branch on September 11, 2007. But her bluff was called when she applied for compensation to the Kalyanadurga branch on October 11, 2007. The officials there visited Nagesh Naik’s village and were surprised to discover that he was alive! They informed the Bangalore and Adoni branches of the fraud, and the Bangalore branch lodged a complaint with the police on October 28, 2011.
After a detailed investigation, the police arrested Reddy and Lakshmi on December 7 last year. The investigations revealed that she had passed off an unidentified person’s photograph as her husband’s while enrolling for the ‘Bhima’ policy, and had also produced that person at the time of enrolment.
‘I DID NOTHING WRONG’
Speaking to BM, Justice Venkatachala said, “I haven’t done anything wrong. The Lokayukta post is a judicial one, and that was a judicial order. In that
case, according to the complainant the police were harassing her for money. The bodies were unidentified for a long time. I acted according to the law. I agree there might have been some mistake, but that does not mean they can say we are going to prosecute you. The Lokayukta is not liable for prosecution. I am really surprised by this act of the police. I helped lakhs of people when I was theLokayukta, and this is the return I am getting.”