Saturday, October 15, 2011

Gandhigiri succeeds, Thanks to Mr.Mirji, Commissioner of Police

Gandhigiri succeeds, Police Acts, Thanks to 

Commissioner of Police

Bangalore: Sri Pranob Mohanti, Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) has ordered  the Police Inspector Rajarajeshwari Nagar Police Station Mr. Yogendra Kumar to take action against anti social elements under Goonda Act and warn them not to enter and indulge in illigal activities in Sachidananda Nagara Layout in the jurisdiction of Rajarajeshwari Nagara.
After collecting details from the joint delegation of Sachidanda Nagara Nyayapara Andolana (SNNA) and India Against Corruption (IAC) on on Friday, 14th October 2011 regarding the illegal activities by anti social elements and orders of various courts including Supreme Court  regarding the legality and ownership issue of the layout, he told the Inspector  that the 'Order of Supreme Court is supreme and  everyone must abide by it.'
He collected the details from the Police Inspector too and directed him to invoke Goonda Act against culprits if they continue illigal activities..
Mr. Mohanti has also directed the Inspector to remove all illigal structures constructed by the anti social elements, when the delegation called his attention towards the the illgal  constructions by anti social elements in Survey Number 240.
SNNA with the support of IAC staged Gandhigiri in the premises of  Commissionerate of Police on 13th October 2011 Thursday along with roses and submitted the memorendum  Commissioner of Police Sri. Jyothi Prakash Mirji, and requested to provide protection to the genuine site owners against illigal activities by anti social elements and land mafia.
About 80 people waited the Police Commissioner's office for about 5 hours to meet Police Commissioner Sri Mirji, as he was busy with the Chief Minister Sri Sadananda Gowda in the inspection of Metro works.
Mr. Mirji, after hearing the grievances of the site owners of Sachidananda Nagara assured that he look in to the matter and assigned Joint Commissioner of Police Mr. Pranob Mahanti to sort out the issue.
Earlier, Rajarajeshwari Nagar police declined to register cases against the anti social elements supported by land mafia who were indulging in creation of documents against court judgments and illegal constructions in the layout. However Police started to register complaints against offenders after DCP (West) S.N. Sidramappa who verified documents with SNNA delegation on 3rd October 2011, directed to register cases. But they refused to warn the offenders to stop the illegal constructions.

Then SNNA decided to stage Gandhigiri.

Click the image above to view the report appeared in The Hindu   regarding Gandhigiri.

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