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M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics Weekly
PAY COMPENSATION “DOUBLE THE MARKETS VALUE” AS PER NEW ACT 2013 IF NOT PAID AS PER OLD 1894 ACT
by Admin User - Tuesday, 27 June 2017, 12:36 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: No Reconvey made as per law .No Award made as per law .Request is made to BDA commissioner to pay the compensation double the Today’s market rate as per New LA Act as no compensation is paid after acquiring the land . BDA acquired S.No 50 of Dukanhalli Villlage but not made award and not paid any compensation in the name of Abbaiah and no notice issued under section 9 and 10 of L A Act Abbaiah and no compensation for land acquired under the 1894 act has been paid to the land owner Abbaiah or deposited with a competent court and retained in the treasury possession was not taken under the notification under Section 16(2) of LA Act. Out of 13 Acres 26 Guntas in S.No 50 of Dukanhalli Villlage Kasba Hobli HAL 2nd Stage Bangalore Abbaiah was owning 3 Acres 16 Guntas as per revenue records and by DC Bangalore only Vide OM B.DIST.LND(K) SR -358/78-79 on Dated 20-09-1979 and I am the legal heir to the property . In a significant judgment, the Supreme Court has held that if compensation for land acquired under the 1894 act has not been paid to the land owner or deposited with a competent court and retained in the treasury, then the acquisition would be deemed to have lapsed and would be covered under the 2013 law Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013 (‘2013 Act’)entitling the landowners to higher compensation.Presently sri Muniswamy s/o Abbaiah is in possession of three sites 60X90 feet (two sites) and another one site 50x80 which need to be re-conveyed forthwith out of 3 acres 16 guntas as balance is encroached and for which court cases to be launched in Survey Number No 50 Dookanhalli Indra Nagar Post, HAL 2ND Stage Bangalore: 560038 (Facing 100 feet Road) which BDA need to re-convey in the name of Sri Muniswamy s/o Late Abbaiah legal heirs after death of his father which is in S No 50 Dookanhalli Indra Nagar Post, HAL 2ND Stage Bangalore: 560038 (Facing 100 feet Road) which are owned by sri Muniswamy s/o Abbaiah and as per and under section 38 C of BDA Act 1976 as amended up to date which comes under Re-Convey area as per BDA resolution Subject No. 378 by the Bangalore Development Authority's meeting dated 17-11-1982 as per Section 5 of the Amendment Act introduced Section 38-C in the Act and Section 9 of the Amendment Act validated the allotments made between 20.12.1973 to 8.5.1986 retrospectively. Sri Muniswamy s/o Abbaiah own total 3 acres 16 guntas in Survey Number No 50 Dookanhalli Indra Nagar Post, HAL 2ND Stage Bangalore: 560038 (Facing 100 feet Road) .But many persons have encroached in his land without any authority of law and documents against whom he is launching and launched court cases against them for eviction and then for that land he has reserved his right to approach BDA for re-conveyance in due course as per law .Assistant commissioner (R&R) is deliberately delaying to execute the sale deeds in-favor of and as per application of sri Muniswamy s/o Abbaiah dated 21-05-2014 to BDA to execute sale deed (Re-Convey) immediately and forth in respect of two sites 60X90 feet and another site 50x80 in the name of Sri Muniswamy s/o Late Abbiaih in S No 50 Dookanhalli Indra Nagar Post, HAL 2ND Stage Bangalore: 560038 (Facing 100 feet Road and opposite doopnahalli bus stop ) which are owned by him and which comes under Re-Convey area as per BDA resolutions Subject No. 378. of the Bangalore Development Authority's meeting dated 17-11-1982 and that promise of CITB/BDA to re-convey is enforceable in law" and as per and under section 38 C of BDA Act 1976 as amended up to date which comes under Re-Convey area as per BDA resolutions and as per Section 5 of the Amendment Act introduced Section 38-C in the Act and Section 9 of the Amendment Act validated the allotments made between 20.12.1973 to 8.5.1986 retrospectively as he is legal heirs to the property which part of S No 50 , Dookanhalli Indira Nagar Post, HAL 2ND Stage Bangalore: 560038 in which already site Number 1-7 etc which comes in S No 50 , Dookanhalli Indra Nagar Post, HAL 2ND Stage have are already been re-conveyed and registered by BDA in the names of respective owners .Alternate site cannot be allotted in re-convey section. The word “reconvey” appearing in S 38C presupposes that the person to whom the allotment is made should be an erstwhile owner whose land has been acquired and in which the site to be re-conveyed has been formed.ILR 2001 KAR 1727 LV Hoslappa Vs BDA .Request is made to BDA to cancel Re-Convey sale deed executed by BDA in favour of Smt Lakshmi Devi Ramanna in respect of Site No 1198 and 1199 in S.No 42 Dukanhalli Villlage Kasba Hobli HAL 2nd Stage Bangalore as she was not eligible for alternate allotment as she was not the owner of S.No 42 Dukanhalli Villlage Kasba Hobli HAL 2nd Stage Bangalore and as she was owner of S.No 1/1 of Gavipuram Guttahalli and BDA cannot give alternate land in re-convey as Section 38C provides for re-conveyance in favour of the original owner by passing of a resolution by the Board. This was an illegal allotment made by BDA and owner of this illegal site is trying to tress pass in S.No 50 Dukanhalli Villlage Kasba Hobli HAL 2nd Stage Bangalore which is being re-conveyed to original owner Sri Muniswamy by BDA under in Subject No. 378 by the Bangalore Development Authority's meeting dated 17-11-1982 as per Section 5 of the Amendment Act introduced Section 38-C in the Act and Section 9 of the Amendment Act validated the allotments made between 20.12.1973 to 8.5.1986 retrospectively. Muniswamy and his family has filed a case in OS No 3009/2010 and filed FIR in Indiranagar Police Station for tress pass under section 448 of IPC . Under section 38C power has been confirmed on BDA if the CITB had already passed a resolution to re-convey the land in favour of a person or any site formed in the land which belong to them and which had vested or had been acquired by the BDA or CITB for the purpose of any development scheme and on the ground that it is not practicable to include such site for the purpose of the development scheme , then authority can allot such site by way of sale or lease in favour of such person i.e , the person to whom the site belonged originally.1998 (5) Kar LJ 646 G Umadevi Vs BDA. The word “reconvey” appearing in S 38C presupposes that the person to whom the allotment is made should be an erstwhile owner whose land has been acquired and in which the site to be re-conveyed has been formed.ILR 2001 KAR 1727 LV Hoslappa Vs BDA .In view of high court orders no alternate site can be allotted in Re-Convey section. So it is requested to cancel sale deed executed by BDA in favour of Lakshmi Devi Ramanna in respect of Site No 1198 and 1199 in S.No 42 Dukanhalli Villlage Kasba Hobli HAL 2nd Stage Bangalore as she was not eligible for alternate allotment as she was not the the owner of S.No 42 Dukanhalli Villlage Kasba Hobli HAL 2nd Stage Bangalore and as she was owner of S.No 1/1 of Gavipuram Guttahalli and BDA cannot give alternate land in re-convey as Section 38C provides for reconveyance in favour of the original owner by passing of a resolution by the Board.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics Weekly
FOR THE “BDA” IT IS SHAME: “NO FAMILY” CAN SURVIVE ON 11K A YEAR: AS PER KARNATAKA HIGH COURT
by Admin User - Monday, 26 June 2017, 03:56 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bangalore : Quoting BDA Rules, the judge had said what is required to be considered is the income of the applicant and not that of her husband. BDA should to stop exhibiting the style of functioning in a dictatorial manner either without understanding the statutory provisions, law laid down in a catena of decisions, violating rule of law or in utter ignorance of law. Request is made to Revoke the cancellation order made in respect Smt Vimala SC/ST applicant of site allotment letter No BDA/DS-IV/667/ark-BLK-III/2005-06 DATED 30-12-205 as BDA need to consider only the income applicant woman and not of her husband as Quoting BDA Rules, the judge in a recent order had said what is required to be considered is the income of the applicant and not that of her husband.

The Karnataka high court has wondered whether any family can survive on an annual income of less than Rs 11,800 — the ceiling to apply for Bangalore Development Authority sites under the economically weaker sections (EWS) category. Observing that the government must revise the ceiling for all categories every year, the high court has said a beneficiary must not pay for government’s failure. “The Rs 11,800 ceiling was fixed long ago. The same is required to be enhanced from time to time. There is a failure on the part of the government in not enhancing the income to determine (if) a person is eligible for EWS (sites) or not,” a division bench observed, dismissing a writ appeal filed by the BDA“On account of the lapse committed by the government, a person cannot be penalized. Every year, the government is bound to fix the ceiling for all the categories. When there is a failure on the part of the government to do so, the authorities cannot set aside the order of allotment three years after the same was made” the bench has observed, upholding the order of a single-judge bench. Shakeerabi, from Ilyasnagar, had applied for an EWS site with a claim that her annual income is Rs 10,000. She was allotted a 20x30ft site, and paid Rs 56,000 for it. Three years later, the BDA issued a show-cause notice, saying she had concealed the family’s income. Her family’s annual earnings stood at Rs 21,000, factoring her husband’s income, it said. On June 8, 2007, the BDA revoked the site allotment. A single-judge bench had quashed the cancellation of the site. Quoting BDA Rules, the judge had said what is required to be considered is the income of the applicant and not that of her husband.

BDA should to stop exhibiting the style of functioning in a dictatorial manner either without understanding the statutory provisions, law laid down in a catena of decisions, violating rule of law or in utter ignorance of law. BDA cannot exercised powers illegally, arbitrarily and discriminately giving a go-bye to all norms, guidelines and principles required to be scrupulously followed UNDER statutory power under Section 38 of the BDA Act of 1976 (in short referred to as 'BDA Act'). However, it emanates from Section 38 of the amended BDA Act and Section 9 of the Validation Act, the resolution passed on 17-11-1982 which is within the two cut off dates is enforceable Assistant commissioner (R&R) need to execute the sale deeds forth with in favor of Sri Muniswamy s/o Abbaiah as per resolution number 378 dated 17-11-1982.Sri Muniswamy s/o Abbaiah as per resolution number 378 dated 17-11-1982 has acquired legal rights for re-conveyance. BDA should to stop exhibiting the style of functioning in a dictatorial manner either without understanding the statutory provisions, law laid down in a catena of decisions, violating rule of law or in utter ignorance of law. BDA cannot exercised powers illegally, arbitrarily and discriminately giving a go-bye to all norms, guidelines and principles required to be scrupulously followed for under Section 38-C of the BDA Act of 1976 (in short referred to as 'BDA Act'). No bribe no work?. For several years legitimate files are pending in re-convey section of BDA . It seems nothing happens without paying bribe in Re-convey section . BDA should to stop exhibiting the style of functioning in a dictatorial manner either without understanding the statutory provisions, law laid down in a catena of decisions, violating rule of law or in utter ignorance of law.BDA need to execute sale deed to Sri Muniswamy s/o Abbaiah as per resolution number 378 dated 17-11-1982 . Cancel sale deed executed by BDA in respect of site no 1198 and 1199 HAL II stage as site allotted were illegal Sri Muniswamy s/o Abbaiah has Submitted the true copies of Documents 0n 10-08-2015 (signed by Gazetted officer or Notarised )as per Assistant commissioner (R&R) letter AC/R&R/50/15-16 Dated 27-07-2015 in respect of Re-Conveyance and execution of absolute Sale deed in Survey Number 50 Dookanhalli Indra Nagar Post, HAL 2ND Stage Bangalore: 560038 (Facing 100 feet Road) as per resolution in Subject No. 378 by the Bangalore Development Authority's meeting dated 17-11-1982 as per Section 5 of the Amendment Act introduced Section 38-C in the Act and Section 9 of the Amendment Act validated the allotments made between 20.12.1973 to 8.5.1986 retrospectively.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics Weekly
BENGALURU MAKES IT TO “SMART CITY LIST”, SET TO SPEND RS 1,700 CR THE BENGALURU BUILDERS' SALES ARE POISED TO SURGE IN 2017
by Admin User - Saturday, 24 June 2017, 08:31 AM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Bengaluru real estate start booming again with metro phase one and India's Silicon Valley finally made it to the Smart City list announced by the Centre , after missing the cut twice. The BBMP plans to spend Rs 1,700 crore to improve infrastructure in the city .Bengaluru is among 10 state capitals selected by the Centre to be developed as smart cities. The application for the coveted title was jointly made by the BBMP and Jana Urban Space Foundation. The competition ended in March 2017 and gave BBMP 45 days to prepare a solid proposal on sectors it wants to revive, using the Rs 1,000crore project fund over a five-year period. The BBMP proposed Rs 1,700 crore for all these projects to be taken up, using Smart City funds, of which Rs 500 crore will be sanctioned by the ministry of urban development and the remaining Rs 1,200 crore will come from the state.

Brigade's revenue from operations rose 11%, Sobha's grew 6.2%, and Prestige, the biggest among the city developers, reported a 5.5% increase to Rs 1,444 crore, compared to the year-ago quarter .Puravankara's revenue from operations rose 17.4% to Rs 371.53 crore.“The sales from all the segments and, especially from the higher segments, improved overall realization for builders . “The market has improved in Hyderabad and in the current environment in Bengaluru, having stable sales is a good sign of improvement .Are you planning to build or buy your dream home in near future ? You may want to hold on for some time, as developers led by the Confederation of Real Estate Developers' Association of India (Credai), Bengaluru, are trying to convince the Karnataka government to cut or abolish stamp duty and registration fees in the wake of the goods and services tax (GST) being implemented from July .If the move is successful, you will definitely save some money. “Else, it is expected to burden home buyers by 10%15%,“ say some industry leaders. Reportedly Suresh Hari, secretary, Credai, Bengaluru, confirmed they will soon submit a petition to chief minister Siddaramaiah, seeking either to abolish or reduce stamp duty as it is expected to hurt home buyers with the introduction of GST. Though GST was introduced to eliminate multiple taxation, he said the real estate sector will be an exception because home buyers are bound to pay GST along with stamp duty and registration fees, which account for 5.6% of the property value. “GST and RERA will certainly add to overheads of the industry and increase housing prices by 10%-15%. It's time the state government steps in to protect home buyers by either abolishing or reducing stamp duty levied on all immovable property after implementation of GST,“ .Reportedly when there's unsold inventory in a subdued market, property developers occasionally offer a guaranteed rental scheme to boost sales. Mantri Developers, the Tata Group, Confident Group are among those who have done it in the past. Now, Puravankara has tied up with e-commerce company Snap deal and property consultancy JLL to launch a similar scheme. A customer can buy a ready-to occupy apartment from Puravankara across Bengaluru, Chennai, Coimbatore and Kochi and lease it back to the company for a period of seven years. The flat booking can happen through Snap deal. Puravankara will pay a pre-agreed rental to the customer for the leased period and pay the common area maintenance amount to the building association. It will increase the rentals by 8% annually . JLL will help Puravankara in sub-leasing the apartments to tenants. Some 200 apartments will be part of this scheme. For many buyers who do not intend to stay in the apartment they have bought, such schemes can be attrac tive. They receive a guaranteed income and lowers the pressure of loan EMIs, if any . They do not have to worry about finding and dealing with tenants. A CEO of a rival company , who declined to be identified, said it will turn out to be a great scheme in attracting buyers if Puravankara can provide the promised rental appreciation for the stipulated period. In 2011, Confident Group had offered assured rentals of Rs 10,000 and Rs 14,000 for ready-to-move in 2 & 3 BHK flats in a project in Hoskote. Those flats measured between 1,100 sqft and 1,450 sqft and cost between Rs 21 lakh and Rs 31 lakh. Bengalurubased Mantri Developers launched a similar scheme named last year for two of its projects. As per news paper reports Bangaluru real estate is booming .

There are nearly 500 residential projects underway in and around Bengaluru adding around 60,000 new units and this indicates huge construction activity happening in and around Bangaluru.. Once the buyer has decided on the location and his or her budget ­either through own funds or housing loan -care and caution have to be exercised. For, buying apartments and falts and homes and villas involves many intricate and complex issues. The Bengaluru real estate market is vibrant, with builders catering to all sections of the society with apartments and villas of varying categories -built up area ranging from 650 sqft to 10,000 sqft and price Rs 30 lakh to Rs 10 crore plus.Look before you leap.Cons are everywhere . Beware of con artists: Con artists make money through deception. They lie, cheat and fool people into thinking they've happened onto a great deal or some easy money, when ­they're the ones who'll be making money. If that doesn't work, they'll take advantage of our weaknesses -- loneliness, insecurity, poor health or simple ignorance. The only thing more important to a con artist than perfecting a con is perfecting a total lack of conscience.What does the average con artist look like? Despite what you may think, he isn't always a shady-looking character. A con artist is an expert at looking however he needs to look. If the con involves banking or investments in properties, the con artist will wear a snappy suit. If it involves home improvement scams, he'll show up wearing well-worn work clothes. Even the basic assumption that the con is a "he" is incorrect: there are plenty of con women too.“Ensure papers are in order verify the builder's credentials”.

 

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics Weekly
DPAR NEED TO EXCLUDE EXEMPTION GIVEN UNDER RTI ACT SECTION 24(4) AS “CID”IS NOT “INTELLIGENCE OR SECURITY ORGANISATION”
by Admin User - Friday, 23 June 2017, 10:53 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: The DPAR Karnataka Government needs to modify the order exclude CID from exempting under Section 24(4) of the RTI Act as per order in Decision No. CIC/SM/C/2011/000117/SG/13230 as CID does not appear to fit the description of an “intelligence or security organisation” under Section 24(4) of the RTI Act.I had asked the information but PIO and SP (Admin) is denied the information stating that CID is exempted from the provision of RTI Act -2005 under 24(4) of RTI Act by her letter dated 19-01-2017 .But In view of the citations in CIC in Decision No. CIC/SM/C/2011/000117/SG/13230 CID does not appear to fit the description of an “intelligence or security organisation” under Section 24(4) of the RTI Act. In a terse order, the CIC Commissioner said in Decision No. CIC/SM/C/2011/000117/SG/13230 says pulling out CBI from scope of RTI Act is a violation of the law itself and The CIC ruled that “no reason has been given by the DOPT or the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, as required under Section 4(1)( d) of the RTI Act” for bringing the CBI under the Second Schedule, along with the National Intelligence Agency and National Intelligence Grid. Hence, the order says, “In the absence of reasons, inclusion of CBI in the Second Schedule along with National Intelligence Agency and National Intelligence Grid appears to be an arbitrary act.” The CIC, Mr Gandhi, stated in his order, quoting generously from the CBI website (http://cbi.nic.in) : CBI does not qualify to be an intelligence or security organization “…under Section 24(2) of the RTI Act, the Central Government has been given the power to include any other intelligence or security organisations, apart from the 18 in the original list-within the Second Schedule-by way of a notification. This power does not appear to have been extended to any other body, and is restricted to only intelligence or security organisations. In view of the same, it becomes pertinent to understand whether the CBI qualifies as “intelligence or security organisation” as per Section 24(2) of the RTI Act.” The CIC further states in his order: “On a careful perusal of the material, it can be ascertained that the CBI was established for the purposes of investigation of specific crimes including corruption, economic offences and special crimes. It continues to discharge its functions as a multi-disciplinary investigating agency and evolve more effective systems for investigation of specific crimes. Members of the CBI have all the powers, duties, privileges and liabilities which police officers have in connection with the investigation of offences.The CBI does not claim it is involved in intelligence gathering or is a security organisation .“There is no claim in its mandate and functions, as described above, that the CBI is involved in intelligence gathering or is a security organisation. Even the additional functions performed by the CBI, other than investigation of crimes, do not include any function which would lend it the character of an intelligence or security organisation. In view of the same, the CBI does not appear to fit the description of an “intelligence or security organisation” under Section 24(2) of the RTI Act. I have filed an Appeal under RTI Act and I have requested appellate Authority to issue direction to Public Information Officer & SP (Admin) CID Bangalore to provide me copy of charge sheet filed in FIR Number 301/2012 Madivala police station Bangalore which is transferred to CID and in view of the citations in CIC in Decision No. CIC/SM/C/2011/000117/SG/13230.The DPAR Karnataka Government need to modify the order exclude CID from exempting under Section 24(4) of the RTI Act as per order in Decision No. CIC/SM/C/2011/000117/SG/13230 as CID does not appear to fit the description of an “intelligence or security organisation” under Section 24(4) of the RTI Act.

 

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics Weekly
“UNIVERSITIES” ARE FACING “DIGITAL DISRUPTION” REMAIN CONTENT MERCHANTS, AND DIE OR “TRANSFORM KNOWLEDGE AND THRIVE”
by Admin User - Thursday, 22 June 2017, 11:12 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : UNIVERSITIES the world over are struggling with the digital disruption. universities have a choice. They can remain content merchants, and die or they can transform in knowledge brokers and thrive.The IT Enabled classrooms of the today will not be propelled by school and college administrators but by the young learners. Today's learners require new dynamics and new direction which facilitate active learning and new teaching strategies. Conventional classrooms have to modify and co create existing spaces to provide adaptable, multi-use configurations and new pedagogies. According to experts , the 10 signs are technology, integration, collaborative environment , opportunities to create an expression, inquiry based approach, justification for answers, writing for reflection, use of problem solving methodology, hands-on-learning, teacher as facilitator, transparent assessment. universities were never in the content business but in the knowledge business. Without the platform of content, bringing students to the desirable levels of understanding was impossible, degrees to provide first content and then, for those who pursued higher degrees, greater insights and understanding of the discipline. That content is now so readily available is, in experts opinion, a blessing; universities can now concentrate on the business of creating and inducing meaning.

Digital technology and computers have revolutionized education .Class rooms need to have BIG TV screens with HDMI Slot to convert them into PC. Students or class rooms can have Laptops. The advent of computers has changed our very existence .These machines have evolved from being a mere luxury to an essential and indispensable part of our education . We need the computer in its varied forms of laptops and tablets, to communicate, learn, explore, transact and even access knowledge. No wonder then, that computer literacy is looked upon as an integral part of our education process. The institution of higher learning can easily provide hardware .When question of software’s comes every institution has no funds for commercial software’s to purchase them and also keep them purchasing new versions every year . KPN unlimited technologies Bengaluru is planning to provide unlimited portable OS and portable Apps loaded PC Sticks and Pen drives which students and teacher can carry in their pockets and convert any class room into their subject computer Lab by just plug and play at very affordable prices . Universities in India need to convert every class room into a portable lab .Each teacher and Each student can convert into his subject lab and use it by using portable apps and portable OS without affecting the basic hardware. Portable Apps and Portable OS can be carried in their pockets. The higher education in India is getting revolutionized with use of BIG TV Screen (which can be converted into a computer by Compu Stick or PC Stick ) as black board in class room and each student with a lap top or a desk top .This is the basic hardware that need to be provided in each class room.KPN unlimited technologies Bengaluru is planning to provide each subject teacher and each subject students with portable Linux OS and portable Linux based Apps of his choice and with this each teacher and students can convert it into his subject lab by using potable OS and portable Apps provided by KPNUT .These apps can run from any portable device (a thumb drive, CD, DVD, portable hard drive or other device Compu Stick ) without needing to be installed directly on the hard drive of the system you're using. You can visit www.kpnutechnologies.com or contact kpnutechnologies@yahoo.com for your proposals and a quote or for choice portable OS and portable Apps on CD/DVD or Pen Drive or on Compu Stick or PC Stick or Micro SD card with choice of your open source software portable OS and portable Apps loaded PC Sticks and Pen drives according to your subject needs. KPN unlimited technologies Bengaluru will load required potable app on USB or Comput Stick OR pc Stick with required Portable App and Portable OS . IT is considered as an enabler for Indian to transform itself from a developing country to an industrialized nation. IT has left an immense impact on the nature and structure of higher education in Indian and will continue to play a prominent role in its future. KPNUT presents to the readers how IT utilization has enabled the country to offer quality education to its citizen in-line with the requirements of its labor market and the Net generation. KPN Unlimited Technologies is a vibrant company whose activities span over diverse areas within the broad realms of information technology. KPN Unlimited Technologies is a Private company with professionals teamed up to offer the IT industry a radical growth. A place where imaginative minds have the opportunity to explore new ideas and implement cutting edge solutions. Our professionals are constantly abreast with the latest technology and are proven leaders in redefining industry standards with new products.

 

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics Weekly
CASE IS PENDING CIVIL COURT IN OS 5424 /2016 AND OS 5426 /2016 “JEEVAN BIMA NAGAR POLICE” CANNOT “INTERFERE IN CIVIL MATTER”
by Admin User - Wednesday, 21 June 2017, 02:19 AM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: I have asked PIO Jeevan Bima Nagar Police to provide me information under section 4(I) (a) (b) (c) (d) RTI Act action taken report as per letter and compliant of Gopal owner in possession of site in S No 223/1 Kodihalli HAL 2ND STAGE Bangalore . I have asked PIO to provide me reasons for interfering in civil matter when case is pending against Mr Gopal and others in OS 5424 /2016 and 5426/2016 plaintiffs has not brought any stay against Gopal and others and allowing a stranger to tress pass the site under police support as sub-registrar office at shivaji nagar cannot register two documents on 4343/1994-95 0f book I dated 22nd march as the Manjunath is suspected reportedly and allegedly brought a fabricated and created document registered at sub-registrar office at shivaji nagar on the same date and same number 4343/1994-95 0f book I dated 22nd march which is mentioned in the gift deed. In fact police need to book a case on Manjunath for brining fabricated and created document under section 464 and 468 after verification of documents from sub-registrar office instead of allowing him to tress pass the site belonging to Gopal and others .

In the similar way : Despite CM orders and UDD orders DS-I has illegally and fraudulently allotted alternative site to Sri G V Srinivas on 18-01-2016 as alternative scam broke out in BDA .In Legislative assembly this issue was raised and chief minister had issued orders to stop illegal alternative site allotments and after Dr H Shasidhar committee repoprt government has cancelled all alternative sites allotted and issued orders on 15-04-2016 and Sri G V Srinivas has no ownership based on sale deed and allotement letter issued on 18-01-2016 and police cannot support him.

BDA cannot Evict Gopal and others as they are in settled position since several decades without issuing notice under PP Act .The police is THE PUBLIC AUTHORITY under obligation to provide information “PUBLICLY” under section 4(I) (a) (b) (c) (d) RTI Act.BDA cannot issue any notice of Eviction or Legal action as Gopal and others as perfected its title by adverse possession as it is in settled position for 34 Guntas in S No 223/1 Kodihalli HAL 2ND STAGE Bangalore with structure since decades for more than 12 years consequently the title of BDA stood extinguished (If anyone, who has trespassed into BDA land or in unauthorized possession of BDA land, has put up a structure and completes and accomplishes the act of possession and continues in such settled possession asserting possession and ownership in himself, openly, peacefully and uninterruptedly to the knowledge of BDA, for more than 12 years, then it is possible for him to contend that he has perfected his title to such property by adverse possession and consequently the title of BDA stood extinguished as per Division Bench order Reported in John B. James And Others vs Bangalore Development Authority ... on 7 August, 2000 Equivalent citations: ILR 2000 KAR 4134, 2001 (1) KarLJ 364). BDA has no power to enforce the lapsed Acquisition notification in respect of S No 223/1 Kodihalli HAL 2ND STAGE Bangalore consisting 34 Guntas. Wherefore BDA or its agents or its allottees has no power to disturb the peaceful possession and uninterrupted enjoyment of property of original owners or their legal heirs. As per Karnataka court orders citations the Acquisition notification in respect of S No 223/1 Kodihalli HAL 2ND STAGE Bangalore consisting 34 Guntas is considered to be lapsed and dead Acquisition notification is not enforceable. As per Section 19 of 1945 ActBOARD TO EXECUTE THE SCHEME WITHIN SEVEN YEARS - Where within a period of seven years from the date of the publication in the (Mysore Gazette) of the declaration under Clause (b) of Sub-section (1) of Section 18, the Board fails to execute the scheme, substantially the scheme shall lapse and the provisions of Section 27 shall become inoperative."The Preliminary Notification was dated 28.11.1959, Final Notification was dated 19.8.1964 and the Award according to the BDA was passed in LAC No 460 / 77 dated 04-09-78 and a cheque was deposited in court on 06-03-1999 .But compensation was not paid till today to original owners or their legal heirs .The reason is, the Layout plan produced by the BDA along with Memo dated 17.9.2004 (filed in the Court on 20.9.2004) disclose that the same was approved vide BDA Resolution No. 184 dated 14.4.1976. When the lay-out plan itself was approved after long lapse of the period mentioned in Section 19 of 1945 Act, question of executing the scheme within the stipulated period does not arise at all. That apart, even according to the BDA, possession of the land in question was taken only on 28.12.1976, which is more than 12 years from the date of declaration made in the year 1964. Therefore, it has to be held that the scheme had lapsed under Section 19 of 1945 Act.The Preliminary Notification was dated 28.11.1959, Final Notification was dated 19.8.1964 and the Award according to the BDA was passed on 13.5.1969. However, possession of the land in question is claimed to have been taken on 28.12.1976. The B.D.A. Act came into force w.e.f. 20.12.1975 (received the assent of the Governor on 2.3.1976). Earlier to that, the City of Bangalore Improvement Act, 1945 (hereinafter called "1945 Act") was in force. The said Act governs the acquisition proceedings of the land in question. Section 19 of 1945 Act reads thus:" BOARD TO EXECUTE THE SCHEME WITHIN SEVEN YEARS - Where within a period of seven years from the date of the publication in the (Mysore Gazette) of the declaration under Clause (b) of Sub-section (1) of Section 18, the Board fails to execute the scheme, substantially the scheme shall lapse and the provisions of Section 27 shall become inoperative.".From the admitted facts and with reference to the above provision of the repealed Act, it should be held that the scheme was not executed within 7 years from the date of declaration. However, since the scheme is subsequently executed substantially, it has to be held that in so far as the land in question, the scheme had lapsed for non-execution of the same within 7 years as prescribed under Section 19 of the 1945 Act. The reason is, the lay -out plan produced by the BDA along with Memo dated 17.9.2004 (filed in the Court on 20.9.2004) disclose that the same was approved vide BDA Resolution No. 184 dated 14.4.1976. When the lay-out plan itself was approved after long lapse of the period mentioned in Section 19 of 1945 Act, question of executing the scheme within the stipulated period does not arise at all. That apart, even according to the BDA, possession of the land in question was taken only on 28.12.1976, which is more than 12 years from the date of declaration made in the year 1964. Therefore, it has to be held that the scheme had lapsed under Section 19 of 1945 Act.In the circumstances it has to be held that the BDA has abandoned its scheme in so far as the land in question for the reason that it has not formed sites upon the land in question as is evident from the Master Layout plan produced by the BDA.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics Weekly
KARNATAKA CO-OPERATIVE ELECTION COMMISSION COMMIT BLUNDER IN CONDUCTING”PRESIDENT” ELECTION WITHOUT CONDUCTING DISQUALIFIED DIRECTORS ELECTION
by Admin User - Tuesday, 20 June 2017, 01:17 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: I have asked PIO and JRCS co-operative election commission to provide me information and reasons under section 4(I) (d) RTI reasons for The illegal conduct of returning officer Sri Murli for president election in respect BBMP SC ST Workers Society Ltd and superintendent ARCS office Bangalore has announced president election dates without taking list of eligible voters/Eligible directors to vote in president election and he has included four disqualified directors in his list and there no stay from JRCS UBC and he has exceeded authority to announce vice president election as Vice president post is not vacant and he cannot contest president post without resigning vice president post and for this CEC has to announce different schedule after the post become vacant as he did this under undue influence of present vice president and this amounts to election malpractice to favour a candidate so he should to immediately removed from returning officer post and some good officer need to be appointed in his place. And also I have asked PIO and JRCS co-operative election commission to provide me information and reasons under section 4(I) (d) RTI for announcing president election without conducting elections to four vacant directors post as per CEC letter dated 09-06-2017 and after nullifying the result of no confidence motion as four these four disqualified directors had voted in no-confidence motion and there is no stay by JRCS UBC (despite you accepted that JRCS UBC has jurisdiction and JRCS Bengaluru Division the Officer having no jurisdiction in the matter as per commission letter dated 12-06-2017 announcing president election . JRCS Bengaluru Division order is without jurisdiction and is a nullity. It is a fundamental principle of law that a defect of jurisdiction, whether it is pecuniary, territorial or in respect of subject-matter, strikes at the very authority of the Court to pass any decree or order and such a defect cannot be cured even by consent of parties accepting various illegal orders without jurisdiction in violation of KCS Act and byelaws and Government order No CO 71 CLM 2016 dated 16-12-2016 (Panduranga JRCS without any jurisdiction) in respect BBMP SC ST Workers Society Ltd as it is district employees credit cooperative society covering Entire BBMP Area and BDA Area beyond one taluka and district as per Bye-Law it is credit co-operative society.The Joint Registrar co-operative Societies co-operative election commission is THE PUBLIC AUTHORITY is under obligation to provide information “PUBLICLY” under section 4(I) (a) (b) (c) (d) RTI Act.

Bye-Laws determine the different types of Societies. Different cooperative societies have different bye-laws and different JRCS. Consumer societies have different JRCS and district level urban credit societies and Employees Credit societies and cooperative Banks have different JRCS as per their bye-laws .Joint Registrar of Cooperative Societies,(Urban Bank Cell.) has been Conferred as per Government order No CO 71 CLM 2016 DATED 16-12-2016 WHO has jurisdiction in SC ST Workers Co-operative Society Ltd which is a district employees credit co-operative society as per bye –laws and it gives BBMP employees loans and credit , as per column VII of the order which comes under JRCS banking cell. Instead of JRCS ,(Urban Bank Cell) .JRCS Bengaluru is issuing various illegal orders under pressures from vested interest and tress passing into powers of JRCS UBC . Aiyappa RCS and Bengaluru Police Commissioner need to act fast and stop atrocities of Panduranga Garga KCS JRCS against SC ST Persons. Reportedly The Panduranga Garga KCS JRCS without jurisdiction recommended no confidence motion despite he has no jurisdiction to co-operative election commission against Ravikumar who is SC ST president of society by instigating few directors against them . co-operative election commission earlier rejected the proposal and returned the proposal for date bar for conducting election and Reportedly The Panduranga Garga KCS JRCS took extra interest and got the date bar extended and gain sent the old proposal to co-operative election commission despite the fact that 11 directors attended board meeting reposing faith in Ravi as president and other 4 director were told to bring leave of absence but they did not attend . Co-operative election commission should reject this proposal of The Panduranga Garga KCS JRCS which is without jurisdiction.The order issued by commissioner co-operative election commission on 26-05-2017 need to be withdrawn immediately in the interest of justice and equity .The Panduranga Garga KCS JRCS is passing several orders against SC ST person without jurisdiction and setting up and instituting false, malicious or vexatious suit or criminal or other legal proceedings against members of scheduled castes and a scheduled tribes amounts to an offence under the Act? [SECTION 3 (1) (viii). The powers of various category of registrars of co-operative societies under the provisions of Karnataka Societies Act as been conferred as per Government order No CO 71 CLM 2016 DATED 16-12-2016 under which Panduranga Garga KCS JRCS is empowered only in respect of general societies and not the co-operative banks and District cooperative employees credit co-operative societies and as such Panduranga Garga KCS JRCS has no business to issue illegal orders in respect of SC ST Workers Co-operative Society Ltd which is a district employees credit co-operative society as per column VII of the order which comes under JRCS banking cell . The various orders were passed against SC ST Workers Co-operative Society Ltd which is a district employees credit co-operative society as per column VII of the order which comes under JRCS banking cell by the JRCS Bengaluru Division the Officer having no jurisdiction in the matter. Such an order is without jurisdiction and is a nullity. It is a fundamental principle of law that a defect of jurisdiction, whether it is pecuniary, territorial or in respect of subject-matter, strikes at the very authority of the Court to pass any decree or order and such a defect cannot be cured even by consent of parties. A decree or order passed by a Court or authority without jurisdiction is a nullity and its invalidity could be set up whenever and wherever it is sought to be enforced or relied upon, even at the stage of execution and even in collateral proceedings The BBMP Employees who are drawing salaries and the loan repayment is guaranteed by BBMP under the Law then why Panduranga Garge KCS has freeze the account and cancelled the loan sanctioned to BBMP SC ST Workers Society Ltd when BBMP Emloyees who depend on loans from BBMP SC ST Workers Society Ltd are deprived and this is nothing but economic boycott and social boycott and offence under POA Act.Panduranga Garge KCS need to read KCS Act and let him read section 65 of KCS Act 1959. Let him read content and KCS Act available at department website at http://sahakara.kar.gov.in/faqCo-opSocieties.html .Panduranga Garge KCS need to read KCS Act and let him read section 65 of KCS Act 1959. Let him read content and KC Act available at department website at http://sahakara.kar.gov.in/faqCo-opSocieties.html .It reportedly and allegedly stated that just pay him bribe he issues and damage the running societies by ordering section 64 and 65 enquires .The case in sight is golden jubilee SC ST Workers Co-operative Society Ltd .It is functioning well but without the application of creditor and without jurisdiction Panduranga Garge KCS has issued section 65 enquiry and troubling good directors of SC ST Workers Co-operative Society Ltd.This society has no dues to be paid to any bank .No bank has demanded enquiry against SC ST Workers Co-operative Society Ltd. Even then a false 65 enquires is ordered and its accounts are illegally closed in all banks without any authority of law .He says that he can do anything and nobody can take action on him. He has threatened SC ST Workers Co-operative Society Ltd that SC ST cast societies will be eliminated from his department as he can keep pen on any society and That society get finished .

 

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics Weekly
SRI GOPI (911B) PK NOT DISMISSED FROM THE BBMP SERVICE DESPITE UNAUTHORISED ABSENCE AND SEVERAL NOTICES ISSUED UNDER CCA RULES
by Admin User - Monday, 19 June 2017, 11:45 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bangalore : In BBMP anything can happen. Instead of taking actions officers are wasting their time in calling me for an appeal hearing on RTI appeal .Executive engineer Malleashwram and Environment Officer Malleashwram are not forwarding file for necessary action to DC Admin or Commissioner BBMP. It is reported that many people remain absent but BBMP officers are not taking any action on them and salaries are paid despite they are notified. One such case is reported as eye opener. I have filed several RTIs and no action is initiated to take action on unauthorized absence despite several notices were issued..But such PK is given and allotted a house despite he is an absentee..Under RTI I had asked to provide me information and his service book extracts with date of appointment and reasons for the delay in taking action as per KCSR and rules against Sri Gopi (911B) for his unauthorized absence and despite several notices were issued and few copies are provided with this application and reasons for releasing his salary July or September 2016 despite his absence. If you failed to take action against Sri Gopi (911B ) we shall initiate lokayukta complaint against all officers supporting illegal absence of Sri Gopi (911B ).The BBMP officers had replied me that and confirmed that he indeed is an unauthorized absentee according to RTI reply given to me on 30-10-2015 .I had filed one more RTI Application too provide me information and reasons for the delay in to cancel the allotment made in the name of Sri Gopi Sheshadripuram house Number 11 old swar lane PK Colony sheshadripuram serial number 7 as per your per order dated 08-09-2016 as he is in unauthorized absence for several years and proofs were got and given under RTI and till today no action was taken on my application..This house was already allotted to Smt Venkatamma vide order dated B 10 IR(N&W) 27 78-79 Dtaed 25-08-1978 and since then she is staying there with her family and she is in possession and all such poura Karmikas were given possession certificates and sale deeds registered in their names and few are pending as per Government order UDD99MNG2000 in respect of Sale of BMP quarters to its occupants.BBMP is the “public authority “is under obligation to provide information “PUBLICLY” under section 4(1) (a) (b) (c) (d) RTI Act 2005 .

 

According to Circular No. DPAR 30 SSR 79, dated 17th April 1979 in respect of Un-authorized absence of Government servants, Instructions regarding Quick Disposal of enquiry cases the following instruction was issued by DPAR. It was come to the notice of Government that in several cases in which Government servants have remained absent unauthorisedly, either no action has been taken against them or in some cases where action has been initiated, it is done after a lapse of considerable time. Unless timely, steps are taken in such cases effective disciplinary action cannot be taken against the erring officials and the posts held by these absentees remain vacant causing considerable dislocation of work as it would not be possible to post substitutes in their places. A Government servant does not cease to be a member of the services to which he is appointed or sever connections with the post held by him by reason of his un-authorised absence unless action is taken aganist him by the appointing authority / competent disciplinary authority under KCS (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules 1957 and he is removed or dismissed from service after conducting an inquiry in accordance with rules 11 and 11A of these rules. Normally it should not take much time to hold an inquiry and finalise action in accoradance with rule 11 and rule 11A of the KCS (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules. If the Government servant refused to receive notices / orders of the competent authority, the procedure laid down under rule 28-A of the KCS (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules could be followed conveniently and if necessary, and ex-parte inquiry held aganist him and final orders passed removing or dismissing him from service if the charge of un-authorised absence is established. The Secretaries to Government and Heads of Departments are requested to take necessary action in the matter and bring these instructions to the pointed notice of appointing authorities / disciplinary authorities under their control, and see that delays in instituting / finalising inquiries in such cases are avoided. Any delay in taking action in such cases would be viewed seriously and the concerned officer who has failed to take action or delayed taking action will be held personally responsible and disciplinary action would have to be initiated against him for the lapse.

According to No.DPAR 3 SDE 94 dated 26.2.1994 following directions were issued. The consequences of unauthorised absence are spelt out under Rule 106-A of Karnataka Civil Service Rules. Accordingly, unless leave is granted by the Competent Authority, such Government Servant who absents himself from duty without leave will not be entitled to any salary for the day/days of absence; the period of such absence shall be debited to the account as though it were half-pay leave to the extent such leave is due and as extra-ordinary leave to the extent the period of absence falls short of the half-pay leave at credit. It is also provided that such unauthorised absence will render a Government servant liable for disciplinary action for his conduct except where the Government servant establishes to the satisfaction of the authority competent to sanction leave that he was unable to join duty for reasons beyond his control. According to Rule 108 of K.C.S. Rs, unless Government, in view of the special circumstances of the case, determines otherwise, an officer who remains absent from duty without leave for a period of four months or more may be liable to be dismissed or removed from service after following the procedure laid down in the Karnataka Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1957. According to Rule 107 leave cannot be claimed as of right. Discretion is reserved to the authority empowered to grant leave to refuse or revoke leave at any time according to the exigencies of the Public Service. While considering the case of repeated absence of a Government Servant, the Karnataka Administrative Tribunal in Narasimharaju Vs. State and another (KSLJ 821/93) has held that such absence is a good ground to consider the applicant as unsuitable for job. This judgement draws support from the judgement of Supreme Court in Samsher Singh Vs. State of Punjab (1974) 2 SCC 831. The instructions issued by Government in O.M. No. DPAR 4 SDE 89, dated 31.1.1989 that a Government Servant who returns after a spell of unauthorised absence should be taken back to duty if in the meanwhile he was not removed from service after holding an enquiry in accordance with rules are in keeping with the judgement of the K.A.T in Dr. Changoli Vs. State and others (1989 KSLJ 1063). The provision of Rules 106-A, 107,108 and 162 of KCSRs give adequate authority to deal with unauthorised absence. If prompt action is taken as contemplated in these rules, a situation where a Government Servant has to be taken back to duty even after prolonged unauthorised absence can be avoided. Government therefore, have considered it necessary to lay down the following guidelines for strictly enforcing the provisions of the Rules and to deal with cases of unautorised absence or overstayal without proper authority:

1) In all cases of unauthorised absence the competent authority should immediately invoke the provisions of Rule 106-A of KCSRs. If this is enforced there will be no occasion for a Government servant to unauthorisedly absent himself even for shorter periods. 2) Where a Government Servant absents himself without prior sanction of leave, the Disciplinary authority concerned should immediately issue a notice of recall to duty. Where the notice is not responded to and the Government Servant continues to be absent without intimation, it should be deemed that the Government Servant has absconded and the Special Procedure prescribed for dealing with such cases as under Rule 14 of the Karnataka Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, should be invoked. 3) In the meanwhile the authority concerned should also examine why the Government Servant should not be placed under suspension for unauthorised absence. 4) Where the unauthorised absence exceeds four months the Appointing Authority should immediately place the Government Servant under suspension. For this purpose, the head of the Office or other competent authority under whose jurisdiction, the Government Servant was working should send a report promptly. Such report should be sent in all cases where the unauthorised absence exceeds a period of 15 days. The disciplinary authority should also immediately institute proceedings under Karnataka Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules and consider the question of removal or dismissal of the Government Servant under Rule 108 of KCSRs. The Special procedure under Rule 14 of K.C.S (C.C.A) Rules could also be invoked where the officer concerned has absconded, or where the officer concerned does not take part in the Inquiry or where for any reasons to be recorded in writing it is impracticable to communicate to him etc. 5) In such cases where the unauthorised absence is beyond 15 days, if the Head of the Office or other authority fails to give intimation to the authority competent to take disciplinary action, such Head of the Office or other authority to give information of the unauthorised absence will be personally held responsible. Similarly, where the appointing authority or the disciplinary authority as the case may be fails to keep the Government Servant under suspension immediately after expiry of four months of unauthorised absence, the appointing authority or the disciplinary authority as the case may be shall be personally held responsible for this lapse. They would incur similar liability for failure to take suitable proceedings under Rule 108 of KCSRs for removal / dismissal of Government Servant immediately after expiry of the period of four months of unauthorised absence. The Secretaries to Government and Heads of Departments should bring these guidelines to the notice of all authorities concerned and ensure prompt action in dealing with cases of unauthorised absence.

 

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics Weekly
BBMP NEED TO RELEASE FUNDS FOR RUB AT KM 10/300-400 OPPOSITE RV COLLEGE METRO STATION IN LIEU OF LC NO.10
by Admin User - Sunday, 18 June 2017, 05:26 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Request to fast track the construction of railway under bridge for LMV and pedestrian( RUB) opposite RV College as Metro station is coming up very fast opposite RV College .Issue orders for release of Centage and funds for cost sharing as requested for by SWR for New Location opposite RV College RUB in lieu of LC No.10 between Nayandahalli and Kengeri at KM 10/300-400 opposite RV College and Metro Railway Station .It is pertinent to note that State Human right commission had issued an order in respect of railway under bridge for LMV and pedestrian opposite RV College Mysore Road .While hearing the RTI appeal filed by me Mr KT Nagraj chief engineer projects conceded demand of residents of 8 layouts for a rail way gate or railway under bridge for LMV and pedestrian wrote a letter to Dy chief Engineer Railways accordingly BBMP and Railway Executive engineer did joint inspection and reportedly gave feasibility report and it was sent to chief engineer projects BBMP for further processing the needful action.. Ministry of Railways concerned over loss of innocent lives in incidents taking place at railway level crossings is working on a comprehensive scheme to eliminate all level crossings in the Indian Railways system expeditiously in a phased manner.

Minister of Railways Shri Suresh Prabhu in his Railway Budget 2016-17 had announced that “Mission Zero Accident” and “elimination of unmanned level crossings” formed a ‘sub-mission’ of this. It was announced that Indian Railways intends to eliminate all unmanned level crossings on Broad Gauge in the next 3-4 years for which innovative financing mechanisms are being developed. There are total 28607 level crossings in all in Indian Railways. Out of which 19267 level crossings are manned and 9340 level crossing are unmanned. Out of the total unmanned level crossings, around 6388 level crossing or on broad gauge network and need priority attention for elimination. Remaining 2952 unmanned level crossings exist on Meter-Gauge/Narrow Gauge network. The traffic density movement on a particular level crossing is defined by the concept called Train Vehicle Unit (TVU) which is multiplication of ‘number of train units’ by the ‘number of road vehicle units’ passing through that level crossing in 24 hours period. Indian Railways is endeavouring to eliminate all level crossings on Broad Gauge in a phased manner by either of the following methods. i. Closure Closing unmanned level crossings having NIL/negligible Train Vehicle Unit (TVU). ii. Merger - Merger of unmanned level crossing to nearby manned/unmanned level crossing or subway/Road Under Bridge (RUB)/ Road Over Bridge (ROB) by construction of diversion road. iii. Provision of Subways/RUBs iv. Manning - Phased manning of unmanned level crossings, which cannot be eliminated by above means. v. Unmanned level crossings on Meter Gauge/Narrow Gauge will preferably be eliminated during gauge conversion.Thrust is on for construction of rail over bridge, rail under bridge and manning the unmanned level crossings to prevent accidents any one at opposite RV College Mysore Road at KM 10.300-400(Near R V College Bus Stop)There are a total of 28,607 level crossings across the country of which 19,267 are manned and 9340 are unmanned. The official said of the total unmanned level crossings, around 6,388 are on broad gauge network and need priority attention for elimination to achieve the “zero accident” target. The unmanned level crossing opposite RV College need to be removed on priority and provide manned level crossing as daily thousands of people cross it without caring to their lives and they are helpless. This unmanned LC is going to be Feeder to Metro station coming at RV College .Immediate provision of level crossing is the priority as Metro station is coming at RV College . Their major demand is Railway Under Bridge FOR LMV and pedestrians opposite RV College .Land is already acquired by BDA and approach road exists on both side .They want a simple magic box railway under bridge which can be constructed in just few days time and without much expenditure and it will solve 15 years demand .They also welcome a fly over being planned at LC 10 but it will be of no help to III block residents and it might take 10 years to complete.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics Weekly
“DISMISS OFFICERS”DERELICTION OF DUTIES AS VRS SALARIES NOT PAID BY LIQUIDATOR DRCS VENKATESH AND JRCS PANDURANGA GARAG WITH 15 YEARS INTREST
by Admin User - Saturday, 17 June 2017, 11:42 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : They are the officers doing injustice and they are judge to continue injustice .How many years it need JRCS Panduranga to decide to pay VRS salaries to 66 persons many of them are dying every day .Why they need so many days to decide about this simple issue .For the cases he gets bribe he decides on day today basis. Poor people who do not pay him he drags the cases like this one . Employees are dying and JRCS did nothing .He cares two hoot to CM orders and NHRC directions. The amount receivable on account of voluntary retirement of the employee does not exceed the amount equivalent to three months' salary for each completed year of service, or salary at the time of retirement multiplied by the balance months of service left before the date of retirement on superannuation of the employee. Voluntary retirement scheme is a method used by Government companies and co-operative societies to reduce surplus staff similarly 66 Employees of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited are eligible for VRS scheme . This mode has come about in India as labour laws do not permit direct retrenchment of unionized employees .The amount receivable on account of voluntary retirement of the employee does not exceed the amount equivalent to three months' salary for each completed year of service, or salary at the time of retirement multiplied by the balance months of service left before the date of retirement on superannuation of the employee. It is the last salary drawn which is to form the basis for computing the amount of payment .Most public and private sector companies have implemented VRS in recent years. Wieghtage of 5 year service is given and consequently employee will get five years additional gratuity and other benefits and get five year additional bonus .A false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive 66 Employees of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited in respect of their VRS The amount receivable on account of voluntary retirement of the employee does not exceed the amount equivalent to three months' salary for each completed year of service, or salary at the time of retirement multiplied by the balance months of service left before the date of retirement on superannuation of the employee and additional retirement benefits like Gratuity for five years Wieghtage , Additional leave encashment for five years Wieghtage , additional bonus for five years Wieghtage and Strike Period Salary and Balance salary as on retrenchment date with fifteen years interest .Suspend the liquidator and institute disciplinary Acton against Sri Narsimhamurthy liquidator or face lokayukta SIT enquiry as the liquidator of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited has lied and provided false and fabricated documents to Government of Karnataka and KSHRC ( HRC 1759/14 B-II ) and Lokayukta and Co-operation Department stating that all retirement benefits have been paid in respect of 66 Employees of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited whereas all VRS benefits were actually not paid. . But the fact and truth is different .As per the law these payments were due with interest for delayed payments as Liquidator has not made any payments of additional retirement benefits on account of VRS like Gratuity, leave encashment, bonus and Strike Period Salary and Balance salary as on retrenchment date or compulsory retirement or forced retirement date since 2000 as the records available with the department .Now liquidator has to pay dues as on 2000 plus interest payments for 15 years 10% compounding per year .Like National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) KSHRC also should take serious view of delay in disbursement of retirement benefits, including pension and gratuity, to an employees of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited pass orders for payment of retiral benefits with 15 years of interest for delayed payments without further loss of time as among 66 employees all are old age and dying one by one without retiral benefits. VRS applies to an employee who has completed 10 years of service or is above 40 years of age. ?It should apply to all employees (by whatever name called), including workers and executives of a company or of an authority or of a co-operative society, excepting directors of a company or a co-operative society.

 


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