Friday, 7 November 2014
Our Heartfelt Gratitude to His Excellency, Sri Rajnath Singh-ji
It is with deep gratitude we wish to thank Sri Rajnath Singh-ji, the Hon’ble Home Minister of India.
As early as on 10.06.2014 and then through a reminder on 17.07.2014 we had written to the Hon’ble Home Minister informing him about our sorry plight and we had requested him to intervene since two judges of Supreme Court of India – Justice S.J. Mukhopadhaya and Justice R. Gogoi – had misused their powers of superintendence, causing us great harm and unimaginable hardship.
We had made these representations as a last attempt to get some justice and mercifully for us the Hon’ble Home Minister has heard our cry of help and is making attempts to curb and curtail the misdeeds of the trustees and the compromised judges, as well as prevent miscarriage of justice for granting us relief. This is an onerous task requiring great tact, diplomacy and goodwill, and we are extremely grateful to Sri Rajnath Singh-ji who is genuinely trying to help us.
On 25.10.2014 we received two letters from the Govt. of Pondicherry intimating to us that our complaints to the Home Ministry have been forwarded to it, who in turn has directed the Collector and IGP of Pondicherry to take immediate action and send report.
On receipt of these letters on 27.10.2014 we tried to meet first the IGP but he was out of station. But we were informed that due process of law will be followed and we will be kept abreast of things.
Thereafter on 29.10.2014 we went to meet the Collector. Unfortunately he was not available in his office so we were directed to the Special Officer, who gave us a very patient and sympathetic hearing. We also met the Revenue Officer, who intimated to us that our complaint dated 10.06.2014 had reached their office already. Thereafter the Deputy Collector also heard in detail about our stressful circumstances and was considerate enough to assure us that matters would be dealt with expeditiously. We would like to thank all these Officials who have given us some hope.
We pray that the report is submitted soon and gives us much-awaited relief.