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Success stories of File Notings (A FEW AMONG THE MILLIONS)

Ø Wing Commander Dr Sushil Kumar had joined ICHR in July 1997. He was sidelined as he was espousing transparency in the distribution of research funds. The Hon’ble High Court of Delhi had observed in an Order dated 10 May 2002 passed by Hon’ble Justice Mr. Sanjay Kishan Kaul, after many hearings that there appeared to be a collusion between certain officers of the ICHR and of the Ministry of HRD against Kumar.

o He was then placed under suspension by the Honorary Chairman on charges of exposing official secrets by writing to the CVC, CAG amongst others about the corruption within ICHR. The person, who had been incited to challenge Kumar’s appointment in Court, withdrew the case after probably realising the overall conspiracy where he had been merely used against an honest person.

o The file notings now obtained by whistle blower Dr Sushil Kumar, exposes that the Honorary Chairman who had suspended him in 2003 had acted beyond his jurisdiction. Also the official (dealing officer of the Director rank in the Department of Secondary and Higher Education in the Min of HRD) who gave his honest and unbiased opinion that the “suspension was illegal and hence be revoked”, was subsequently shunted out.

o As Dr Kumar put it, “I came to know this after three years plus. Only with file notings under RTI. RTI sans File Notings could snatch my RoTI(bread).”

 

 

 

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drsushilkumar

Corrupt are more powerful. I accede.

 

The Court found mala fides in its Judgement.

 

http://courtnic.nic.in/dhcorder/dhcqrydisp_j.asp?pn=4323&yr=2006

 

But one of my Deputy Directors re-served 12 out 19 charges that had been quashed on the grounds of mala fides to me after the Government had removed him from holding the additional charge of Member Secretary.

 

Rest is a story..........................

 

I have been compulsorily retired as a penalty despite the Central Vigilance Commission having examined the case and advising minor issuance of caution memo.

 

Nothing succeeds like access in this country.

 

On Behalf of my son who has lost all faith in the .... except the great Judiciary of this Country only whom he trusts with his back to the wall.

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