My Lords, please end delays in justice

My Lords, please end delays in justice

By M.D. Nalapat | 13 January, 2018
The Supreme Court needs to set time limits for disposal of cases.

Some weeks ago, this columnist and his wife went to a cinema show at a mall in Gurgaon, whose cafeteria had an excellent chocolate éclair. It was while consuming this together with a glass of coconut water that the national anthem was played on screen. It took a few moments before the éclair and the coconut water could be safely deposited by the side of the seat, thereby enabling this columnist to rise to attention, guiltily conscious of the fact that for part of the time that the anthem was being played, it was not possible to be standing to attention. Fortunately, there were very few other viewers, and none rushed to the police and the nearest television anchor to declaim against the apparent “disrespect” (albeit for a few moments) to the anthem as a consequence of deciding not to stand until after the éclair and coconut water were safely deposited.

Any normal citizen would instinctively rise to one’s feet whenever the national anthem got played, and this columnist is no exception. However, the incident did create some curiosity in his mind as to what materials the relevant Supreme Court bench relied upon when it made the playing of the national anthem obligatory at theatres (though not as yet at school or sports assemblies). There must be weighty reasons based on objective research for the learned bench to believe that such a move would significantly boost the patriotism quotient of customers at movie theatres, and that feelings of patriotism were otherwise not strong enough, else the highest court in the land would not have given the emphatic order that it did. However, some may argue that, given the Republic of India’s age of 71, cannot the citizenry of this country be trusted upon to be patriotic without recourse to methods such as the obligatory playing of the national anthem in theatres? That they do not need their lives and their activities to be micromanaged by the state and its institutions the way it was during earlier times.

The superiority of civil society over the myrmidons of government is clear from the fact that cash surpluses come from the private sector and the deficits from the state sector, barring monopolies such as ONGC or the RBI. Unfortunately for India’s prospects after 1947, those who took charge from Lord Louis Mountbatten believed that only the government could be trusted to do the right thing and never the people. They continued a governance structure, in which the myriad arms of government have far more authority and discretion over the lives of citizens than in any other major democracy. They systematically weakened private industry and individual initiative and pumped resources into the state sector, which from that time onwards has been digging deeper and deeper into public funds for mere survival.

As for the judiciary, that noble and necessary institution has entered into practically every domain of human life in India, whether public or private, and routinely gives judgements that have enormous consequences, sometimes on individuals, but often on much more people, sometimes even on the entire country, without sharing sufficient detail about how such conclusions were reached. Of course, among the champions in a competition between the judiciary and the executive for decisions that impact the most number of people is probably the 8 November 2016 demonetisation of 86% of the country’s currency, done so as to try and suck up the 6% of black money that exists in the form of Indian currency.

The judicial system is at the heart of the Rule of Law. And most of us have direct evidence of the painfully slow manner in which the legal system functions. In a particular case familiar to this columnist, the two children of a deceased individual from Mumbai have spent nearly four decades in court because a self-proclaimed relative in Haryana filed a suit to get an equal share of the property left behind by their father. Thus far, there is no sign of the case getting finally decided, and such delays seem not the exception, but the norm in all too many cases. India has a world class judiciary and the Supreme Court needs to set time limits for disposal of cases. Deadlines given need to take account of the fact that human life is short, and hence justice needs to be completed within five years at a maximum. We have a system where practically all judicial decisions can be re-examined and re-litigated, and where a plethora of additional cases daily move into the chain, there to form larger and larger pools of cases yet to be finally—and this is the operative word, finally—decided.

In another case involving a family, some relatives residing in Bangalore filed a property suit against another branch of the family living in Trivandrum, that was finally decided in favour of the latter by the Supreme Court, but after more than two decades, during which the individual against whom the case was filed died of old age. More than two decades later, the same Bangalore-based relatives have now filed essentially the same case against those Trivandrum-based relatives who are still alive. Will this too have to wait another 20 years and another Supreme Court verdict before getting settled? And after that, will there be a third effort through filing yet another case? Has it become the reality in India that in practice, cases never get settled except temporarily? Should not changes in procedures get introduced that ensure that this no longer be the case, and that an absolute 5-year rule gets established? When will the Supreme Court act on this?

Fortunately for those who prefer the 21st rather to the 19th century, the Supreme Court has lately made moves towards re-examining its earlier dismissal of a High Court verdict decriminalising same sex relationships between consenting adults. Hopefully, it will also relook its earlier rejection of a petition to decriminalise defamation. Given the obvious interest of the executive in ensuring that the powers enjoyed by British colonial officers remain, only our judiciary has the power to ensure that the people of India be treated as adults, rather than juveniles or half-wits. Only “minimum governance” and not “maximum powers” to officialdom can create the impetus needed for China-style growth in India. For ensuring such a situation, the hope of citizens is that the Supreme Court of India will consistently and strongly widen the zone of individual freedom by pruning that of governmental discretion.

 

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In the meantime you have missed out on the drama created by the four of their lordships in their presser the other day.There are 3.5 crore cases pending in various courts.While so many other govt departments have gone digital to speed up things,judiciary still operates with manual procedures [ which suits the corrupt and inefficient in the judicial system].There are only 150 families out of 25 crore families in the country which control and corner judicial appointments in the higher echelons.[ Hence the collegium system].Judges have failed to forgo their vacations.They don't want to work on Sundays or holidays to clear petty cases.SC is busy with so many PILs [ like the one on national anthem] filed by likes of Prashant Bhushan.Judges,advocates,Home ministries and related departments have to sit and radically change this arcane system.Other wise there is no hope for the poor and disadvantaged of our country.

'Truth is stranger than fiction. You cannot think these things up.' 'What happens is weird enough.' An ex-serviceman's legitimate claim of Army Medical Disability Pension, unfairly dragged, to 71 years of age, with geriatric diseases of multi-organ. Help! On the Desk of nc.jcm.np@gmail.com, the Directorate of Indian Army Veterans A CITIZEN'S CRY FOR JUSTICE. Despite Circulars and Notifications keep appearing all in favour, to my legitimate claim BUT self Unfairly neglected and victimized, thereby deprive of my basic claims of an Ex-serviceman, for my invalidation on medical grounds in 1966, at M.H. Jabalpur, constituted Medical Board of the Ministry of Defence, Government of India. JUDGES appointment, needs to be highly filtered on merits, as the fuels and lubricants filtered for their composition and characteristics, to avoid regret, after said appointment. Imperative need for reforms. No doubt professional competence is utmost, with integrity and social-standing, since matters very much for honesty and impartial judgment and not based on views of the politicians who are not of one quality class. As known in Armed Forces Tribunal, wherein a non lawyer appointed as Administration Member of the Bench, in par with that of a retired constitutional H.C. veteran Judge, but without Law qualification * i.e. without basic degree in Law, while at the same time, bright men of integrity with PG in law (LLM / ML), from good family background are appointed as Law Clerks / Assistants, while qualified lawyers are not in short in our country. Instead, A F T to consider Senior Members of the JAG dept. Legal Branch of the Indian Army, who is versed in Service Rules, and qualified Lawyer during induction stage into defence forces, such Lawyer to verify the petition statement, of ex-serviceman. Administrative Lapses in Judiciary lacks, transparency, clarity, with conflicting interest, track record and not based on personal identities. To convince, a case study, OA7/2013, followed by RA16/ 2013, wherein a soldier inducted during National Emergency, into regular Army, Signal Boys Regiment, at the early age of about fifteen, when the then P.M. of India, Sri.Lal Bahadur Shastri broad casted to the nation, during the National Emergency, inviting men to join Defence, besides self son of an ex-serviceman of World War II, of Royal Indian Army, Artillery, who a recipient of Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. It was unfortunate, that the son of the said Ex-serviceman was invalided by a constituted medical board, to Category "EEE" after three years and two hundred and sixty six days and discharged from the Army, from Military Hospital, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. The Board said 60 % disability afforded and assured compensation with “Army Disability Pension for Hyperidrosis (Palms) and Idiopathic (Soles), advising to seek suitable job in civil. On my return from Army Unit, to my home town, inter acting with other ex-servicemen, revealed that my Signal Records, have wrongly entered my Army Discharge Service Code, wrongly and as well wrongly in my original Army Discharge Book but however mentioned “invalided by a Medical Board, with the Diagnosis Hyperidrosis(palms) and Idiopathic (soles). Under Army Rule 13.III.IV instead of 13.III.III. By this wrong recording of service code only, P.C.D.A. (Pensions) got misled, by mistaking me as discharged on my own request, therefore rejected my Disability Pension, while I had an outstanding credible service, acclaimed FIRST in English debate, and in essay writing, in Annual Inter Company literary Competition consequently for three years, during training in Boys Regiment and as well in Sports, Cross-country, Boxing, Rugby etc. Self was recommended, for entry into Army Cadet College. Please note, 13.III.IV indicates "Recruits who have been returned, on their own request on reporting, expressing their disinterest and Commanding Officer exercising his powers, considering applicant unlikely to become an efficient soldier Please view Pg.56 and 57, The Army Rules 1954, Rule 13, attached for your ready reference, which would be self-explanatory .In my case, ought to be 13.III.III., having been found Medically Unfit, invalided for further service, authentically by the constituted “Army Medical Board” Hence, PCDA (P), treated my case as non-pensionable case. * Which was, for no fault of mine. From then on, my genuine case has been dragged on with unworthy delay and deprive of “Army Disability Pension” *Lack of meticulous care in record-keeping of soldier’s personnel-records, displays poor documentation. With the result, my case OA7/2013, was unfairly dismissed, and RA 16/2013 hastily dismissed, when I exposed the facts of reality, and became a whistle-blower for constructive criticisms. Expositions made. 1. Poor documentation work:- for which ESM suffer’s for no fault of his. a. Wrong Service Discharge Code. Entered in Army Signal Records, Jabalpur, M.P. As under Army Rule 13.III.IV instead of 13.III.III . This simple mistake by them, had misled the P.C.D.A.(Pensions),as though self was discharged from Army, on my own request. Xerox Copy attached of the relevant Pages, No. 56 and 57 of The Army Rules 1954, Rule 13. b. Army ‘Corps of Signals, of Indian Army, being a technical unit for Telecommunications, have not yet computerized, Soldier’s personnel records, to meet exigencies, which self pointed out. None of my petitions addressed to Signal Records were even acknowledged, while the address was under A.P.O. No., like Post Box No. and hence Regd. Letters not accepted by Post Offices nor civil telephone attended nor e-mail messages accepted, except for the influential officers, enquiring soldiers details.This section pragmatically neglected. c. Even after knowing well that self, have not left Army on VRS or own request, but for having been invalided by an Army Medical Board, at Military Hospital, Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh. Officers of Signal Records, Jabalpur, M.P., had no empathy for the invalided soldier’s suffering, on account of their mistakes by wrong-entry, , not prepared to make necessary corrective-action and have not come to the rescue of the aggrieved soldier. Despite all this Major Bhusan, inhumanly threatening that he will not make the necessary correction or for making the P.P.O., even after this old ESM, taking the trouble to travel from Chennai to Signal Records, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, hence been unworthy for all the harassment and humiliation meted out to this old and sick, senior citizen self did ask were you behaving with your father like this, and reported the matter to the Lt. Col. Incharge and the Commandant of Signal Records and as well as the Commandant of No.1 Signal Trg. Centre, under whose jurisdiction the Signals Records worked. Mental Agony continued and alas had a massive heart – attack, with the result admitted in Civil Hospital and had astent fitted to the LHS Coronary. d. Poor realization of facts, and lack of competent investigation,by Armed Forces Tribunal, Chennai Regional Bench, which had led to my hardships and mental agony by this aggrieved ex-serviceman, by deprive of my legitimate “Disability –Pension” for several years from the time of discharge from the Army, while similar Recruits, even of peace-time, with even six month of service, awarded the Army Disability Pension. e. “ Long Roll “ submission from Signal Records, Jabalpur, sent thro. CDA Chennai, in a shabby state, in an irregular, non standard size of paper, which carried details of other soldiers as well, which is illegal, as per Data Protection Act. f. Further, followed by “ Long Roll “sent in Bits and Pieces by Signal Records, Jabalpur, which depicts the very poor quality standard of records for documentation submitted for Courts perusal, with deficiencies and defects . Had no courtesy to express regrets, nor was interested to correct the same on pointing out in the Open Court, all because training not given to soldiers in specialized Documentation Centres, like INSDOC, DRTC exist in our country, to keep abreast with updates. 2. Armed Forces Tribunal, Chennai Regional bench: Had not an iota of concern to instill justice by fair Policy and Practices , towards a fair and just, uniform practice, but instead unfairly dismissed my case OA7/2013, owing to “Ego and Arrogance”. On submission of the Review Application. RA16 /2013 , same hastily dismissed. 3. Filed, Writ Application WP2989/2014, with the High Court of Judicature at Madras, well in time through “Surana and Surana” Law Firm, same numbered and listed once, later the same not listed for hearing, despite request put up to Registrar(Writs) and as well as to Registrar (Judicial), and my several reminders to P.A. of the Honourable C.J. Madras High Court, for early hearing, to avail the priority provision to senior citizens, since aged about 70(seventy) years then with geriatric diseases, but were all of vain. Hence, alas after a waiting of two years, the case was withdrawn, returning back the case to “Chennai Regional Bench of Armed Forces Tribunal”, seeking a Special Leave to Appeal, the S.C.(Supreme Court), under Section 31, of the Central Government Act. * Whereas the same is again causing deliberate-delay, as other cases bypass, overtaking with neglected attention. All this because of the unfair monopolistic rights given to the Tribunal Act, 2007. Since, delayed numbering of M.A. 148 and M.A. 149 /2017 and till now neither passed, for hearing to S.C. by the usual order or refusal with reasonable remarks. Unfortunately, ‘An appeal to Supreme Court, shall lie with the Leave of the Tribunal, and such leave shall not be granted unless it is certified by the Tribunal’. This certainly needs review in this modern innovative age, to avoid unreasonable monopoly of Sec.31, with the Armed Forces Tribunal Act, 2007. Hence, where is the scope, for an appeal before the Supreme Court, during this modern innovative age? WOULD THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA, TAKE THE AUTHORITIES CONCERNED INTO TASK, FOR THEIR POOR DISPLAY IN PUBLIC PERFORMANCE AND FOR THE DELIBERATE INJUSTICE CAUSED TO THIS EX-SERVICEMAN BY ABUSE OF POWERS, ACTS OF ATROCITY BY THEIR UNWANTED "EGO AND ARROGANCE" MERCILESSLY ACTED ON THE SENIOR CITIZEN OF ABOUT 71 YEARS WITH GERIATRIC DISEASES. Most importantly holding up the "Leave to Appeal” to the Supreme Court, by the Administrative Member of the Bench of AFT Chennai. Senior Defence Officers posted in Military Courts in par with constitutional H.C. veteran retired Judges, who without a basic degree in Law, have not fallen from the sky, but for illogical placement with Political Lien, and not on merits. While those with PG in Law, appointed in HC’s as ‘Law Clerk/Legal Assistants’. Hence, honorable placement supposed to be committed, with accountability and responsibility, while handling Public Services officially. “Neither issuing the Order or Reject with valid reason, was expected from this Honourable Court, by the Administrative Member, neither he belongs, to the family of the nawabs/kings, but generally from low or middle class family with a humble entry, inducted into the NDA, with family support or of near and dear ones, with mere academic of 10+2, who forgetting the past, without fear in god the almighty and creator of all. This emotional expression by the Aggrieved ESM, who has been harassed and humiliated to the core, with deprive of ESM’s basic claim and dragged to his old age of 71, with geriatric diseases, with multi-organ defects, who had a recent, massive heart-attack and stent inserted, in Kauvery Hospital, of this City of Chennai, incurring heavy medical expenses, by my beloved son. Dr. P.K.Chandran, Ph.D., F.I.E., C.Eng., M.B.A., LL.B., PgD.L.L., L.L.M. Corporate Member-Chennai Press Club, Foundation Member & 1st General Secretary - Chennai Society for Fast Justice(Regd.), Managing Editor & Publisher "Marine Waves" Ex.Chief Engineer (Marine) and G.M. Tech., Ex.Director,Sri Nandanam Maritime Academy, Thirupattur,T.N., www.themarinewaves.com, www. seafarersvoice.com, Fellow / Member of Professional bodies in INDIA and Overseas. CHARTERED ENGINEER w/ Marine Specialization, and a qualified LAWYER (Master of Laws, with Labour Laws, Industrial Relations and Administrative Laws). Research Scholar -Ph.D Law. Fellow Chartered Engineer and Corporate Lawyer c.c. president@bjp.org, amitshah.bjp@gmail.com, tamilnadubjp@gmail.com bjphqo@gmali.com, Chandran Peechulli <chandranpeechulli@gmail.com> 20:38 (11 hours ago) WOULD THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA, TAKE THE AUTHORITIES CONCERNED INTO TASK, FOR THEIR POOR DISPLAY IN PERFORMANCE AND FOR THE DELIBERATE INJUSTICE CAUSED TO THE EX-SERVICEMAN BY ABUSE OF POWERS, ACTS OF ATROCITY BY THEIR UNWANTED "EGO AND ARROGANCE" MERCILESSLY ACTED ON THE SENIOR CITIZEN OF ABOUT 70 YEARS WITH GERIATRIC DISEASES. Most importantly holding up the "Leave to Appeal” to the Supreme Court, by the Administrative Member of the Bench of AFT Chennai. Senior.Defence Officers posted in Military Courts in par with H.C. Judges, without a basic degree in Law, have not fallen from the sky, but for placement with Political Lien and not on merits. While those with PG in Law, appointed in HC’s as Law Clerk/Legal Assistants. Hence, on honorable placement, supposed to be committed, accountable and responsible, for all his official acts,* while handling Public Services, who neither issuing the Order or Reject with the reason of his kind, nor he belongs to the family of the Nawabs/Kings BUT generally from Low or Middle Class family with a humble entry, inducted into the NDA, with family support or of near and dear ones, with mere academic of 10+2, forgetting the past, without fear in God the almighty, and creator of all. By an Aggrieved ESM, who has been harassed and humiliated to the core, with deprive ESM - Fellow Chartered Engineer and Lawyer, at 71, with geriatric diseases after a recent, massive heart-attack and stent inserted, in Kauvery Hospital, of this City of Chennai. Chandran Peechulli <chandranpeechulli@gmail.com> 'Truth is stranger than fiction. You cannot think these things up.' 'What happens is weird enough.' It was in the interest of transparency that records are held and they are made PUBLIC .

The Registrar,A.F.T.,Chennai Regional Bench.Rudra Road,St.Thomas Mount,Chennai. 6.01.’18. Ref: Diary No.8320 dated the 6th March’17, (M.A.148/2017 and M.A. 149/2017). Harassment and Humiliation, unfairly continues to the Senior Citizen, Ex-sERVICEMAN One should agree, that the AFT Chennai Bench has shown disrespect for the Rule of law, in the case of a Jawan (ESM) in OA7/2013 and followed by RA16/2013, which was hastily AND unfairly dismissed, after serving in the emergency period of the nation 1962~66, which also in his early teenage, at least when matters surfaced with the new bench, to have reviewed for any flaw in the existing laid down service rules existed, rather than harassing with unwanted formalities, but for simplification of procedural laws, when applied for”Spl. Leave to Appeal ” as a remedy to seek justice, in the Supreme Court. Ref: Diary No.8320 dated the 6th March’17 In fact any Indian citizen, should get his dues on his service discharge and not remain as to be obligatory to claims, causing unworthy mental agony, amidst his search for an earning to his and dependents, on his Army discharge, while under unprotected severance of training but with exemplary service with no black marks, but for medical unfitness, invalided by a planned constituted medical board of the government, and thrown like a fish out of water in civil life. Why deprive anyone’s legitimate dues with neglect and discrimination, with inequalities causing violation to the fundamental rights, enshrined to the “Indian Constitution” and while the A.F.T., had been pleased to award disability pension to all those who served for even lesser period, that also in the peace period of the nation. Who is to be penalized in this case, as this deteriorates the spirit of national unity and patriotism of citizens in the country? H.E. Lt.Governor of Puducherry , Smt. Kiren Bedi rightly asserts herself that : Public Officials in administration, should continue to remain accountable, responsible, even after they retire from service, so be committed, accountable and responsible for their acts, while in service AND not to shirk their responsibility by laying down their office voluntarily to escape as well. Hence, all the officials of the “PEOPLE S ELECTED GOVERNMENT” is answerable to the people who had trust to vote for them and hence have to observe the Rules, regulations and due procedures, in the course of their duties, be it administrative, financial or otherwise, she told the delegation. "Hence all procurements, small or big, including those urgently needed ones, have to be followed and done according to the due processes. It's not a matter of choice, but an essential duty of the official in-charge and of all who approve the proposal. Any public official who takes the risk of violating the processes can be tracked even after retirement, money recovered, and that criminally charged and pensions held back. Officers may go, but the relevant files remain to speak, which speaks for themselves, “she said in a group message later. Besides, Bedi said, even the Lt governor would not have the luxury of enjoying immunity from any lapses, even after relinquishing from such responsibilities. CASE-STUDY :- Special Leave to Appeal - SC (M.A.148/2017 and M.A. 149/2017), Since the matter came up for hearing, in such a juncture, when self was bedridden, soon-after the massive heart attack and stent fitted, at Kauvery Hospital. Entrusted one of the practicing advocate to attend, who known to be the nearest to my residence, and he gladly accepted the advance of 2k and took my signature on the blank standard vakalatnama format, saying in case he could not represent, he would entrust to someone else to attend, as the military veteran will just scream, before hearing. When self, telephonic-ally contacted of the outcome, Advocate an (Ex.Lt.Comdr.)Mr.SP Ilangovan said, the Lt. Gen.(Admn.Member)was very furious during the hearing day, since I could not present myself, who hence convinced that I am convalescing after hospitalization and stent fitted to LHS Coronary, hence bedridden soon after the massive heart attack and hence my case is passed over and set aside, could be attended after the Lt.Gen.’s term of office finishing, i.e. end of Dec.2017. Having heard the change in command at AFT Chennai Regional Bench, known from Advocate Soloman, self then asked as to why Advocate did not tell me of the change as yet,when he said he will vigorously take it up after the exit of the said Lt.Gen. Felt something fishy and asked my case to be handled by Advocate Soloman, and from whom known that the case was not passed and set aside, but the case was withdrawn, hence have to apply afresh. Tried to reach out over phone, to Advocate (Ex.Lt.Comdr.)Mr.SP Ilangovan, but all of vain, hence sent an email message. Have now left to apply fresh, without valuing the precious time already lost, since deprived and dragged as of victimization to my septuagenarian age. It is also learnt to know that the case is withdrawn by Advocate Dayalan. All in a confusion/smoky state. Background: Self, a Whistle – Blower, for raising the issue, as to why should a senior retired Defence officer be appointed, in this modern innovative age be obligestoserve as the Administrative Member of quasi-judicial bench of the Armed Forces Tribunal, in par with that of a veteran constitutional retired Judge, of the High Courts, while he is not qualified with even a basic degree in Law, WHILE at the same time Madras High Court, recruits fresh bright Undergraduate BL / PG ML candidates, as Legal Assistants / Law Clerks, while there is no short of Law graduates. Besides, considering the crude nature, of the Defence officers with their life-time experience, brings along with them EGO and ARROGANCE, for testimony view the unfairness M.A.148/2017 and M.A.149/2017, as to how the case is handled, on 11th Aug. 2017, when it came up for hearing, all without empathy / humanity, but for exploitation, while the aggrieved septuagenarian was sick in bed, soon after a massive heart attack, and attended for angioplasty with stent fitted, who then responsibly arranged / entrusted his case to be heard and argued by a practicing advocate, who has been practicing in AFT Chennai, who later heard to have ditched me through the signature, self made in Vakalatnama (is a document in writing, appointing a lawyer or pleader to represent the clients matter in a court of law). God the almighty and creator, save the honest, law-abiding citizens of India, from the evil elements, in this country where the corruption is rampant and going unchecked. PLEASE DO BE HONEST. IS IT NOT, ANOTHER BLOT TO A.F.T., CHENNAI REGIONAL BENCH, ADDING TO FURTHER BETRAYAL AND INJUSTICE TO AGGRIEVED EX-SERVICEMAN? ADDING FUEL TO FIRE? Chandran Peechulli chandranpeechulli@gmail.com to Sp, bcc: vu2dsp 3 Jan 2017 To Lt.Comdr. S.P. Ilangovan, *A practicing lawyer with Chennai Regional Bench of the ARMED FORCES TRIBUNAL. Special Leave to Appeal – SC VERY URGENT On top Priority please. Since the matter came for hearing * when self was bedridden, soon-after the massive heart attack and stent fitted, at Kauvery Hospital, Chennai. Entrusted you to attend, the hearing and argue. You have gladly accepted, also accepted the advance of 2k soon after. When telephonic-ally contacted of the outcome, you said that the Lt. Gen. Admn. Member was very furious on knowing my absence, for which you explained the situation, requested for the file case to be passed, set aside to be taken up later, i.e. after the exit of Lt.Gen who is finishing-up his term in Dec.2017. Now from hearing the news of ‘Change in command’ of New Lt.Gen. posted in place, at AFT Chennai Regional Bench, asked you to pass on my papers (Case file) to Advocate Soloman, and now understand that you have withdrawn my case instead, complicating the case as of now, that we have to apply fresh, without valuing the precious time already lost, since deprived and dragged already to my septuagenarian age, which you are very well aware of. It is also learnt that the case is withdrawn through Advocate Dayalan, while vakalat form was signed for you, by me. All in a confusion/smoky state. My calls to you from morning not going through and hence this e-mail message. Please arrange to pass on my case file to Advocate Soloman at your earliest and oblige. With regards P.K.Chandran SHOULD THE DISCRETIONARY MEASURE MADE BY YOU, NOT BE CONDEMNED, BY CONSIDERING, AS AN ABUSE, OF VAKALATNAMA SIGNED WITH YOU? IS IT NOT, ANOTHER BLOT TO A.F.T., CHENNAI, ADDING TO FURTHER BETRAYAL AND INJUSTICE, TO AGGRIEVED EX-SERVICEMAN? ADDING FUEL TO FIRE ? Best Regards, Sincerely yours, Dr P.K.Chandran (Ex-Serviceman, 6286018, Rect. of the National Emergencies) and son of the Ex-Serviceman of the 2nd World War, Royal Indian Army, Artillery. M107-12, ‘Prefab Flats’ 29TH Cross Street, Besant Nagar, Chennai-600090.

PLEASE BE HONEST. IS IT NOT, ANOTHER BLOT TO AFT, CHENNAI REGIONAL BENCH, ADDING TO FURTHER BETRAYAL AND INJUSTICE TO AGGRIEVED EX-SERVICEMAN? ADDING FUEL TO FIRE ? Chandran Peechulli chandranpeechulli@gmail.com , to vu2dsp 03.01.2018 20:34 To Lt.Cmdr. S.P.Ilangovan, A practicing lawyer with Chennai Regional Bench of the ARMED FORCES TRIBUNAL. Special Leave to Appeal – SC, VERY URGENT On top Priority please. Chandran Peechulli chandranpeechulli@gmail.com 03.01.2018,12:51 to Sp, bcc: vu2dsp Since the matter came-up for hearing * when self was bed-ridden,soon-after the massive heart attack and stent fitted, at Kauvery Hospital. Entrusted you to attend the hearing, and you gladlyaccepted also accepted the advance of 2k soon after.When telephonically contacted of the outcome you said the Lt. Gen. was very furious, not knowing of my bed-ridden after massive heart-attack, soonafter stent fitted to the LHS Coronary, but seeing my absence, for which you told the file is therefore passed,set aside to be taken up, after the exit of Lt.Gen., who is finishing his term in Dec.2017. Having now heard of the change in command at AFT Chennai Regional Bench, asked you to please pass on my papers (Case file) to Advocate Soloman, and now understand that you have with -drawn my case instead, complicating the case as of now, that we have to apply a fresh, without valuing the precious time already lost, since deprived and dragged already to my septuagenarian age, which you are very well aware of. It is also learnt that the case is withdrawn and not set aside by Advocate Dayalan, while vakalat form was signed and given to you. All in a confusion/smoky state. WHAT A GRAVE INJUSTICE THEREFORE ABUSING VAKALAT My calls to you from morning not going through and hence this e-mail message. Please do arrange to pass on my case file, to Advocate Soloman at your earliest and oblige. With regards P.K.Chandran (Ex-Serviceman). Corps of Signals, Boys Regiment entry Exc.Boy OC(’65). • SHOULD THIS NOT BE CONSIDERED, AS AN ABUSE, OF THE VAKALATNAMA SIGNED ? IS IT NOT, ANOTHER BLOT TO AFT, CHENNAI REGIONAL BENCH, ADDING TO CAUSE FURTHER BETRAYAL AND INJUSTICE TO AGGRIEVED EX-SERVICEMAN? ADDING FUEL TO FIRE ? • Where is Nyayam, Needhi and Dharmam. " LIFE IS FULL OF COMPROMISES " NOT for good in all cases of public services, which has to be fair and reasonably fast, when looked at any angle, to focus and visualize. " ALL IN THE MINDS OF THE HUMAN BRAIN " as to how we look at depending on the individual's perception, built over by their past deeds, of the said individual's background/veracity.• Capitalize your visionary, of the good, sacred and divine thoughts. • Best Regards Sd. Authentical system s copy. Dr P.K.Chandran (Ex-Serviceman of the National Emergencies) and son of the Ex-Serviceman of the 2nd World War, Royal Indian Army, Artillery. C.c. aftdelhi@yahoo.in A FellowCharteredEngineer&Corporate Lawyer* Specialised in Labour & Administrative Laws. Sharing with clarity, truthfulness and transparency will yield sincere friendship, companionship, build real unity, comradeship, solidarity and true patriotism to the nation. The above-said characteristics be with all alike, irrespective of Officers or Non Officers of the Defence Forces, WHO CAME TO SERVE THE NATION TO SAFEGUARD FROM EXTERNAL THREATS which is itself the true solidarity and patriotism for building the strongest nation of the world. THEN "No country will dare to come near to attack us" EX-SERVICEMAN, SIGNALS Dr.Chandran Krishnan Peechulli, Fellow-Chartered Engineer & Corporate Lawyer specialized in Labour Laws and Administrative Laws.

PLEASE BE HONEST. IS IT NOT, ANOTHER BLOT TO AFT, CHENNAI REGIONAL BENCH, ADDING TO FURTHER BETRAYAL AND INJUSTICE TO AGGRIEVED EX-SERVICEMAN? ADDING FUEL TO FIRE ? Chandran Peechulli <chandranpeechulli@gmail.com> 3 Jan (5 days ago) to Sp, bcc: vu2dsp To Lt.Comdr. S.P.Ilangovan, A practicing lawyer with Chennai Regional Bench of the ARMED FORCES TRIBUNAL. Special Leave to Appeal - SC VERY URGENT On top Priority please. Chandran Peechulli <chandranpeechulli@gmail.com> 12:51 (7 hours ago) Since the matter came for hearing * when self was bedridden,soon-after the massive heart attack and stent fitted, at Kauvery Hospital. Entrusted you to attend, the hearing and you gladly accepted, also accepted the advance of 2k soon after. When telephonic-ally contacted of the outcome, you said the Lt. Gen. was very furious seeing my absence, for which you told the file is therefore passed, set aside to be taken up, after the exit of Lt.Gen who is finishing his term in Dec.2017. Having heard the change in command at AFT Chennai Regional Bench, asked you to pass on my papers (Case file) to Advocate Soloman, and now understand that you have withdrawn my case instead,complicating the case as of now, that we have to apply fresh, without valuing the precious time already lost, since deprived and dragged already to my septuagenarian age, which you are very well aware of. It is also learnt that the case is withdrawn by Advocate Dayalan, while vakalat form was signed for you. All in a confusion/smoky state. My calls to you from morning not going through and hence this e-mail message. Please arrange to pass on my case file to Advocate Soloman at your earliest and oblige. With regards P.K.Chandran SHOULD THIS NOT BE CONSIDERED, AS AN ABUSE, OF THE VAKALATNAMA SIGNED ? IS IT NOT, ANOTHER BLOT TO AFT, CHENNAI REGIONAL BENCH, ADDING TO FURTHER BETRAYAL AND INJUSTICE TO AGGRIEVED EX-SERVICEMAN? ADDING FUEL TO FIRE ? Best Regards Dr P.K.Chandran (Ex-Serviceman of the National Emergencies) and son of the Ex-Serviceman of the 2nd World War, Royal Indian Army, Artillery. Please don't print this e-mail unless you really need to - SAVE TREES. Confidentiality Note: The information in this email is confidential and may be legally privileged. It is intended solely for the addressee. Access to this email by anyone else is unauthorised. Any use, distribution, copying or disclosure by any other person is strictly prohibited and may be illegal. If you have received this in error, please notify the sender by reply e-mail and delete the original and all copies from your system immediately.

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