SALVO FIRED AGAIN AT AKRAMA SAKRAMA


THE HIGH COURT HAS AGAIN CONTINUED ITS DISPLEASURE AND STAYED THE GOVERNMENT ACTION AND DIRECTED IT TO FOLLOW THE PROCEDURES LAID DOWN TO FORM BMPC.

ON A PLAINT BY MR.KUMAR, THE COURT DIRECTED THE STATE TO CONDUCT ELECTIONS TO CONSTITUTE THE COMMITTEE AND REFUSED TO ENTERTAIN THE STATE`S PLEA REGARDING THE NOTIFICATION ISSUED ON 28-05-2014, AN AMENDMENT TO KTCP ACT.

BUYERS BEWARE?

STILL BUYING PROPERTIES, EXPECTING THE NOTORIOUS SCHEME TO REGULARISE ILLEGALITIES? 

THINK BEFORE YOU INK SUCH PACTS!!!

DO NOT THROW YOUR HARD EARNED MONEY INTO DRAIN !!!!  CHECK AND DRAIN !!!

THERE IS A SAYING IN TAMIL, EVEN, IF YOU WANT TO THROW MONEY IN THE LAKE (DRAIN), COUNT IT AND THROW IT? HENCE, TAKE CALCULATED RISKS !!!

PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION ON THE RECOVERY OF GOVERNMENT LANDS


THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA HAS ISSUED NOTICES TO THE CENTER AND THE STATE GOVERNMENT ON A PIL FILED BY MR.HIREMUTT, ON THE RECOVERY OF THE GOVERNMENT LANDS AND ACTION PROPOSED TO BE TAKEN ON THE IRREGULARITIES.

THE PIL IS FILED ON THE BASIS OF THE A.T.RAMASWAMY COMMITTEE REPORT AND THE STF REPORT HEADED BY SRI.V.BALASUBRAMANIAN.I.A.S.(RETD).

THE NEW GOVERNMENT MIGHT TAKE SERIOUS NOTE OF THE ISSUE AND TAKE STRICT ACTION AGAINST THE OFFENDERS AND ENCROACHERS.

SOME ILLEGAL AND UNAUTHORISED (CLAIMED TO BE)GATED COMMUNITIES VALUED OVER RS500 TO RS800 CRORES AND APARTMENTS BUILT ON INDUSTRIAL LANDS IN PATTANDUR AGRAHARA WILL BE REEXAMINED AND ULTIMATELY THE GOVERNMENT WILL RECOVER SUCH PROPERTIES.

HAD THE BUYERS WERE DILIGENT AND CONDUCTED THOROUGH A ENQUIRY INTO THE TITLES AND THE COMPLIANCE, BEFORE THE PURCHASE, WOULD NOT HAVE LANDED IN THIS SITUATION?

BMTF- HAS NOT SHUT SHOP – AAG TO THE COURT


THE GOVERNMENT HAS STATED THAT IT HAS NOT ISSUED ANY ORDER/NOTIFICATION REGARDING THE TERMINATION OR DISCONTINUANCE OF THE TASK FORCE AND THE FORCE WILL CONTINUE.

A MEGA RESIDENTIAL PROJECT IN BANGALORE EAST IS UNDER THE LENS FOR THE ALLEGED IRREGULARITY/VIOLATION, IN THE SANCTION OF BUILDING PLAN BY BDA !!!!!

 

DLF & SAUDELA CONSTRUCTIONS AND BMTF


THE BMTF CHIEF HAS WRITTEN TO THE CHIEF SECRETARY,GOVT OF KARNATAKA, ON THE ALLEGED VIOLATIONS OF THESE (3)(DLF, SAUDELA AND THE OTHER)BUILDERS AND HAVE REQUESTED THE CS TO TAKE IMMEDIATE ACTION AGAINST 27 ERRING OFFICIALS INCLUDING THE FORMER BDA CHIEF, MR.BHARAT LAL MEENA. 

IT CAME AS A SURPRISE THAT THE TAINTED, THE ARRESTED AND THE  RELEASED TOWN PLANNING MEMBER HAS BEEN REINSTATED BY THE GOVERNMENT. THE GOVERNMENT HAS SOUGHT THE CONCRETE DOCUMENTS AND EVIDENCE AGAINST THE OFFICERS WHO ARE INVOLVED IN DLF & SAUDELA ROAD WIDENING AND ENCROACHMENT SCAM, TO INITIATE ACTION.

THE CIVIC ACTION GROUP WHICH HAD ISSUED A PRESS PUBLICATION HAS STATED THAT THE GOVERNMENT MUST IMMEDIATELY TAKE STEPS AND STOP THE CONSTRUCTION.  BUT, INSPITE OF BMTF CRIMINAL CASE AND LOKAYUKTA INVESTIGATION, NONE OF THE ALLEGED CULPRITS HAVE BEEN ARRESTED. THE ALLEGED VIOLATORS ARE ROAMING FREE. 

IT IS ALSO SAID THAT THE VIOLATORS ARE WIELDING INFLUENCE ON THE OFFICERS NOT TO INITIATE ANY ACTION.  THE ALLEGED VIOLATORS HAVE MISREPRESENTED THE FACTS WITH A CLEAR INTENT OF DECEPTION TO OBTAIN FINANCIAL GAINS AND HAVE NOT BEEN ARRESTED TILL DATE.

IT IS A MIRACLE THAT THEY ARE COLLECTING MONEY BY GETTING THE SALE AGREEMENTS SIGNED BY THE BUYERS.  THE BUYERS, WHO ARE ALSO THE BENEFICIARIES OF THESE VIOLATIONS ARE TRIGGER HAPPY TO SIGN THE SALE AGREEMENT AS THEY ARE GETTING THE PROPERTY FOR A LESSER PRICE.

IN SOME CASES, THE ALLEGED VIOLATORS ARE MISLEADING THE BUYERS, ARE COMPELLING THEM TO SIGN THE SALE AGREEMENT, WHICH IS TOTALLY UNFAIR AND ONE SIDED AND ARE DEMANDING PAYMENT.  MANY UNSUSPECTING BUYERS, WITHOUT THE KNOWLEDGE AND THE INTENSITY OF THE LEGAL BATTLE GOING ON IN THE CMM COURT(CRIMINAL CASE), LOAKYUKTA COURT AND HIGH COURT ARE SIGNING THE AGREEMENTS.

THE ALLEGED VIOLATORS ARE GOING AHEAD WITH ILLEGAL CONSTRUCTION WITH AN INTERIM STAY ORDER FROM THE HIGH COURT.  ONE OF THE BUILDER DOES NOT EVEN HAVE A VERY IMPORTANT CLEARANCE FROM THE BBMP. 

THE MARKETING TEAM FROM THE ALLEGED VIOLATORS/BUILDERS ARE NOT EVEN AWARE OF THE CRIMINAL CASES AGAINST THE COMPANY AND THE PROJECT AND ARE COLLECTING HUGE SUMS OF MONEY AND GOD ONLY KNOWS WHETHER THESE PROJECTS FINALLY FINDS THE SUNSHINE OR GROPE IN DARKNESS WITH FULL FLEDGED LITIGATION.

THE CIVIC ACTION GROUP HAS WRITTEN A LETTER TO BESCOM NOT TO SUPPLY POWER BASED ON THE CRIMINAL CHARGES IN CMM COURT, LOKAYUKTA COURT AND HIGH COURT.  THEY HAVE REQUESTED THE AUTHORITIES NOT TO SUPPLY POWER.

IT HAS ALSO COME TO LIGHT, THEY HAVE APPROACHED THE RESERVE BANK OF INDIA, TO INITIATE AND TAKE SUITABLE ACTION AGAINST SOME OF THE BANKS WHO ARE SANCTIONING HOME LOANS TO THESE PROJECTS AND HAS REQUESTED THE RBI TO RECALL THE LOAN SANCTIONED, FROM THE BORROWERS.

ONE OF THE ALLEGED VIOLATORS AND BUILDERS DOES NOT PRODUCE OR SUBMIT ANY DOCUMENT TO THE BUYERS FOR LEGAL VERIFICATION AS IF, IT CONTAINS THE ATOM BOMB FORMULA, IN A BID TO CONCEAL AND HIDE THE FACTS ABOUT THE PROJECT. 

CHEQUE BOUNCE CASES: – IMPRISIONMENT IS NOT A MUST-SUPREME COURT OF INDIA


Imprisonment is not a must while punishing a person who issues cheques which bounce, the Supreme Court stated in the case, Kaushalya Devi vs Roopkishore. In this case, the drawer of cheques was convicted under the Negotiable Instruments Act. However, he deposited Rs 2 lakh out of Rs 3.5 lakh against the cheques. The magistrate felt that under that circumstance, fine would suffice and imprisonment was not necessary. He imposed a fine of Rs 4 lakh and allowed time to pay the balance. This order was challenged by the payee, but the Supreme Court agreed with the magistrate that jail sentence was not called for in this particular case.

Kaushalya Devi Massand Appellant versus Roopkishore Khore Respondent

Date of Decision: 15/03/2011

Judge(s): Hon’ble Mr. Justice Altamas Kabir and Hon’ble Mr. Justice Cyriac Joseph.

Subject Index: Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 — section 138 — conviction under — quantum of sentence — in question — the ld. Magistrate viewed that imposition of a fine payable as compensation to the Appellant was sufficient to meet the ends of justice in the instant case. The High Court confirmed the order of the ld. Magistrate, with an increased fine — the Supreme Court held no interference with the order of the High Court, except to the extent of increasing the amount of compensation payable by a further sum of Rs.2 lakhs — appeal partly allowed.