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Advocate Vinod Filed complained against 4 ex chief Ministers but Padmaraj judicial commission can not hear the cases Till February 11 Complete details

Advocate Vinod Filed complained against 4 ex chief Ministers but Padmaraj judicial commission can not hear the cases Till February 11 – Complete Details.



The Karnataka government had constituted the Padmaraj commission to probe land allotments and denotification by Bangalore Development Authority and Karnataka Industrial Area Development Board from 1995 to November 2010.
The commission was formed following allegations of nepotism and corruption against Yeddyurappa in allotting land to his kin.


Advocate Vinod filed a complaint against four former Karnataka Chief Ministers, including S M Krishna, before a Padmaraj judicial commission.

Advocate Vinod has sought a probe into denotification of lands during the tenure of former chief ministers
H D Deve Gowda (1994-1996), party - (Janata Dal(S))
SM Krishna (1999-2004), party - congress
H D Kumaraswamy (2006-2007) party - JDS-BJP coalition government.
Dharam Singh (2004-06). Party - Congress

The 630-page complaint, filed before the Padmaraj commission, lists denotification of land allotments during the tenure of the four ex-CMs.

Yeddyurappa was the Deputy Chief Minister in JD(S)-BJP coalition government.
(Janata Dal(S)) short form is JDS.

Currently SM Krishna is foreign minister .

Padmaraj judicial commission and High Court –

January 14 2011 –

The petition was filed by JD(S) spokesman Y.S.V. Datta and another person questioning the action of the State Government in ordering a probe even as the Karnataka Lokayukta is seized of the matter.
The petition, filed on December 13, 2010, attributed mala fides to the action of Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa in ordering a judicial probe into the land scams in Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Board (KIADB) and Bangalore Development Authority.

The petitioner said the State did not even take the consent of the Lokayukta before ordering a parallel inquiry.
Additional Advocate-General K.M. Nataraj, appearing for the Government, sought to distinguish and differentiate the investigations by the two agencies. He also defended the action of the Government in ordering a judicial inquiry. He said the State has the power under Section 3 (a) of the Commission of Inquiry Act and under Sections 8 (2) and 3 of the Lokayukta Act in ordering a probe.
After this the Karnataka High Court asked the one-man B. Padmaraj Judicial Commission of Inquiry not to record any evidence, examine any witness or give any interim report

January 15 –
The government has clarified to the High Court that two separate complaints filed by Y S V Datta on November 18 and 19 with the Lokayukta will come under the purview of Justice Padmaraj Commission, and that all land scam complaints including those against the Chief Minister, will be investigated by this commission.
Five of the cases mentioned by Datta in his complaint pertain directly to the Chief Minister.

The HC division bench comprising Chief Justice, J S Khehar, and Justice A S Bopanna, which took up the petition filed by Datta on Friday, gave three weeks’ time to the state government to file its statement.
The HC, which said that the commission is barred from conducting hearings
Till February 11, also served notice on Justice Padmaraj, named as second defendant.

The division bench directed the commission not to hear, investigate, record evidence or publish interim reports, till next hearing. At the same time, the inquiry being held by the Lokayukta into the alleged KIADB scam will continue.

Now in this case UP to February 11 Padmaraj judicial commission can not hear the matter against 4 ex- chief Ministers .

The HC, which said that the commission is barred from conducting hearing
Till February 11, also served notice on Justice Padmaraj, named as second defendant.

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10 comments:

Renu January 24, 2011  

Atleast now there is some awareness..this is the first step in right direction and makes me hopeful.

Nrupen Masram January 24, 2011  

I don't know why but I also feel the same way.

Gouri Guha January 24, 2011  

Can only hope the guilty is punished.
Power and money plays a strong role. Guilt is blown away in thin air in such cases.

sm,  January 24, 2011  

Renu,,
thanks.
awareness is important

sm,  January 24, 2011  

Nrupen Masram,,
thanks.

sm,  January 24, 2011  

Gouri Guha,,
thanks.
Currently this is happening in India as aware is less and we Indians fear the gunda power also.

Alpha Za January 24, 2011  

hmm, I wonder because of the sheer volume of corrupt practices whether the audience just gets increasingly desensitized to the situation and had and learns to cope with it , as oppose to respond.

Bikramjit January 24, 2011  

the thing is does the common man in india bother about it all of do they jsut shrug it like everyday news :)

but as usualy i admire the research u do and things you ahve put on the blog .. excellent work at least i am upto date on most things happening .. THank you
Bikram's

sm,  January 24, 2011  

Alpha Za,,
thanks.

sm January 24, 2011  

Bikramjit,,
thanks.