[Reader-list] more on state-sponsored fake encounters
Rajendra Bhat Uppinangadi
rajen786uppinangady at gmail.com
Thu Sep 10 15:10:11 IST 2009
Dear all in the list,
this is how the life of a human is degraded, asking, seeking compensation,
and death is priced, that is why terror breeds,
"Ishrat's mother filed a petition in the high court in 2004 demanding
death compensation and a CBI probe. Ishrat Jahan’s mother’s Petition
alleged that it was a fake encounter as one of the many that the
present government regime in Gujarat headed by Narendra Modi had done
to achieve Political Mileage to publicly create panic and sympathy
that the Chief Minister was sought to be assassinated."
Which if objectively seen, the family is particular about the compensation
for the death, not about the acts of travelling as husband and wife to
different destinations, dual passports of the dead, and ofcourse, that is
why faith does not preach terror, but the terrorists carry always large sums
of money, arms and ammunitions and id cards, passports of different
nations.!Ultimate analysis displays the role of "wealth" as the motivator,
not faith for terrorism.
Even media talks of "names" if it is good trp of a faith, not otherwise.!
On Tue, Sep 8, 2009 at 5:29 PM, Javed <javedmasoo at gmail.com> wrote:
> An Open Letter to Hon'ble Prime Minister
> Dr. Manmohan Singh
> Hon’ble Prime Minister of India
> September 8, 2009, 1.02am
> Dear Dr Manmohan Singh.
> I had written a small article in
> The Hindustan Times in June 2004. It was called ‘Come Shoot Me: I am a
> Terrorist’. It was to express my anguish on Ishrat Jahan’s killing in
> The Magisterial Enquiry, which is mandatory in every encounter case
> (and which was never done in the Batla House encounter) has finally
> termed it Ishrat jahan’s killing as a fake encounter yesterday in a
> metropolitan court. It is not a matter of surprise for us as we knew
> that she was killed in cold blood. Perhaps you will also agree that
> such things are happening and happened in Gujarat under Modi. But I am
> not writing to talk about how bad Modi is.
> I am writing this to ask you a small favour.
> I know you have absolutely hectic schedules and thousands of issues to
> handle so I am putting down here the facts, gathered from various
> media reports.
> On June 15, 2003, the Ahmedabad city crime branch, then headed by the
> now jailed IPS officer D G Vanzara, shot four young people –Ishrat
> Jahan, Javed Shaikh alias Pranesh Pillai, Amjad Ali Rana and Jisan
> Johar. It was propagated that these four young people were alleged
> Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) operatives who were allegedly on mission to kill
> chief minister Narendra Modi.
> Ishrat, was a 19-year old student of Khalsa College in Mumbra, a Mumbai
> Ishrat's mother filed a petition in the high court in 2004 demanding
> death compensation and a CBI probe. Ishrat Jahan’s mother’s Petition
> alleged that it was a fake encounter as one of the many that the
> present government regime in Gujarat headed by Narendra Modi had done
> to achieve Political Mileage to publicly create panic and sympathy
> that the Chief Minister was sought to be assassinated.
> The crime branch carried out the operation and the same agency
> conducted investigation.
> When the petition was heard by Justice KS Jhaveri , he immediately
> proposed, almost on line taken by the Supreme Court in the infamous
> Sohrabuddin fake encounter case, for which Vanzara was jailed along
> with other policemen, that a five-member team - all of the rank of
> additional DGP - should probe this case.
> The encounter was done by the infamous D. G. Vanzara and his team who
> are presently arrested under Orders of the Hon’ble Supreme Court in
> the case of fake encounter of Sohrabuddin and his wife Kausarbi.
> Sohrabuddin’s encounter has been admitted by the state to be fake and
> recently on 11/08/2008, they have agreed to deposit an amount of Rs.
> 10.00 Lakhs as interim ex-gratia compensation for being paid to the
> Kith and Kin of the two.
> There are allegedly 28 encounters which were fake and have been covered up.
> In Ishrat Jahan’s matter the CBI was impleaded as a Party and it took
> a stand that if the Court so orders they are willing to carry out
> fresh investigations and unearth the truth. Such stand triggered panic
> with the State Government and it seems even with some Officers of
> Central Home Ministry. After UPA came to power some tainted CBI
> officers placed in Gujarat during the NDA with questionable track
> record were removed after a lot of pressure and almost two years but
> they soon found plush positions in Delhi under UPA regime.
> To our dismay we realized last month through the media reports that
> the Ministry of Home Affairs in an affidavit stated that Ishrat, Javed
> and two others Jisan Johar and Amjad Ali Rana were all operatives of
> Pakistan-based terror group Lashkar-e-Toiba.
> Maintaining that the four were terrorists, the Union government told
> the high court, "No proposal for CBI investigation is under
> consideration of the Centre nor does it consider the present case fit
> for CBI probe."
> Moreover, the Centre claimed that there is no question of independent
> inquiry, as an additional DGP (CID & Intelligence) had carried out an
> independent probe into the incident and the officer is neither working
> with crime branch nor is he a subordinate to the crime branch, which
> carried out the operation and later investigated the case itself."
> If you remember Hon’ble prime Minister when I met you regarding the
> Package for the Gujarat 2002 victims along with other activists from
> Gujarat I had jokingly said, “The news that UPA has replaced NDA at
> the centre has not reached your Home Ministry as yet’. I had said this
> precisely in the connection of how the tainted officers promoted by
> the BJP were still being pampered under the UPA.
> The reason behind filing of the Affidavit by the Central Government
> was to dissuade the Court from appointing a strong S I T and give a
> message that even the Central Government had approved the act of fake
> encounter. But for the magisterial enquiry the Central Home Ministry
> had left no stone unturned to prove that Ishrat deserved to be killed.
> The logic used always is what will happen to the morale of the
> officers. My question is what happens to the morale of the officers
> when they torture innocent young people, when they kill them, when
> they illegally detain them, beat them. What happens to their morale
> then? Do they just go home and sleep?
> Why don’t we as nation stop playing the farce of being a secular
> nation and why don’t we remove the article from the constitution which
> says all citizens are equal?
> The affidavit filed by the Home Ministry is a proof of the fact that
> in Ishrat Jahan’s fake encounter case UPA has connived with the
> Gujarat government in a blatantly communal manner. With 3 days to go
> before assembly bye election in 7 seats in Gujarat 5 more innocent
> boys have been picked up in Baroda and declared' terrorists'.
> I do not know if this letter will be also lost on the way and find
> itself in a dustbin as I have never received any acknowledgment from
> your office, so I will be forced to circulate it to others to lodge a
> strong protest against this blatant connivance of the Home Ministry
> with the Gujarat government.
> My request to you is that if your government has any political will
> then please ask your home ministry to tender a public apology for
> filing the affidavit against the innocent girl who was so brutally
> murdered. It requires some courage and conviction.
> You are fond of poetry.
> Faiz ke chand lines apki nazar kar rahi hoon:
> Tujh ko kitnon ka lahoo chahiye ae arz-i-watan, Jo tiray arz-i-berang
> ko gulnaar karein
> Kitni aahon se kaleja tira thanda hoga, Kitne aansoo tiray sehraon ko
> gulzaar karein
> (The blood of how many do you need O motherland;That which will
> brighten your colourless earth;
> How many sighs will soothe your heart; How many tears will cause your
> deserts to bloom.)
> Sincerely Yours
> Shabnam Hashmi
> Member, National Integration Council
> [shabnamhashmi at gmail.com]
> Jaspal Singh, IPS (retd) former Minister, Gujarat writes to SIT on
> Gujarat riots 2002
> Calls Gujarat riots "a thoroughly thought out elaborate and heinous
> strategy to communalise the society at large in Gujarat, with a view
> to derive political benefits"
> Jaspal Singh,IPS (retd) (former: Cabinet Minister, Government of
> Gujarat , Mayor of Vadodara, Commissioner of Police, Vadodara,
> Gujarat) wrote the following letter on 7 September 2009 to Dr. R.K.
> Raghavan, Chairman, Special Investigation Team (SIT), Dr.Jivraj Mehta
> Bhavan, Block-11, 1St Flr, Old Sachivalaya, Gandhinagar:
> Sub: Gujarat Riots of 2002 – Action thereon
> Apropos my letter dated Jun 06, 2009, I write to compliment you for
> pursuing investigations in to the Gujarat riots of 2002 with vigour by
> recording statement of Mrs.Zakia Jafri, widow of late of Mr.Ehsan
> Jafri, a former member of the Parliament, Shri R.B.Sreekumar, IPS
> (Retd), former DGP of Gujarat, and Mr.Rahul Sharma a serving IPS
> officer of Gujarat cadre. While the progress of the case does bring
> some comfort to the victims of the genocide unleashed in Gujarat, lot
> more remains to be done as expeditiously as possible, so as to instil
> a sense of hope in the hearts and minds of Indians, that the rule of
> law would be respected and no one would be spared for flouting it. The
> happenings of 2002 have brought shame and disgrace of unfathomable
> proportions, and only investigation by the SIT under your command can
> redeem the honour of the country.
> I list below some of the matters which need to be investigated in
> detail in pursuance of trust reposed in you, and your team by the
> Hon’ble Apex Court. Your efforts will assuage the terribly dented
> image of our great country, and hence your responsibility is immense.
> As a retired IPS officer I consider it a matter of pride that the job
> to redeem the honour of the country has been entrusted to the SIT
> headed by a IPS officer. The outcome of the SIT’s investigation and
> actions following it may prove to be a benchmark in the history of our
> 1. Communalisation of Gujarat: The mayhem in Gujarat was the
> result of a thoroughly thought out elaborate and heinous strategy to
> communalise the society at large in Gujarat, with a view to derive
> political benefits. Towards that end the exclusivist, fundamentalist
> and sectarian pseudo religious groups among Hindus and Muslims played
> a leading role, aided and abetted by those at the helm.
> 2. Examiniation of participants in the crucial meeting chaired by
> the CM – Narendra Modi:
> Examination of the following persons is crucial for the purpose of the SIT:
> a) Smt.Swarnakanta Varma IAS, the then Acting Chief Secretary
> b) Mr.Ashok Narayan, IAS, the then Home Secretary
> c) Dr.P.K.Mishra, IAS, the then Principal Secretary to the CM
> d) Mr.Anil mukim, IAS & Mr.A.K.Sharma, IAS Secretaries to CM
> e) Mr.P.C.Pande IPS, then Commissioner of Police Ahmedabad
> f) Shri K.Chakravarty, IPS, the then DG of Police, Gujarat
> g) Shri G.C.Raiger, IPS, the then Addl. DGP of Gujarat
> h) Shri Nityanand, IPS, Secretary in the Home Department.
> 3. Representative of CBI: The SIT must examine Shri Rajendrakumar,
> the then Jt.Director, Central Intelligence Bureau (CBI) in charge of
> Gujarat who had insisted on the state DGP to deem the burning of the
> train at Godhra as a terrorist act mounted by the ISI.
> 4. Examination of Ministers: Examine all those ministers of Shri
> Modi Government about the details of the meeting held at the residence
> of the CM on 27.02.2002, including the then Minister of State for Home
> Shri Govardhan Zadapiya who had admitted in the State Assembly about
> the meeting convened by the CM. It may be mentioned that the State
> Assembly was in session on the day the tragic events took place at
> Godhra. This can be verified from the official records of the State
> Assembly. This will clarify that the CM had directed the officers to
> permit free play of Hindu revengefulness on the Muslims (Reference to
> June 03, 2002 issue of the weekly – Outlook).
> 5. Whether prompt action taken: Examine whether there was delay in
> requisitioning army and central para military forces with a view to
> give free hand to the anti Muslim rioters.
> 6. Law and order Review meeting minutes: Examine the minutes of
> the law and order review meetings chaired by the CM, the Chief
> Secretary, and the DGP jointly, or otherwise and subsequent follow up
> action by subordinate officers in the police department, and executive
> magistracy from District Magistrates to Mamalatdars. If minutes were
> not kept it would be obvious that monitoring of the implementation of
> decisions could not haven been done.
> 7. Follow up action: Examine how the monitoring of the
> implementations of the decisions in these review meetings was done by
> the CM to DGP without minutes of these meetings.
> 8. Media reports – sources: Conduct deeper probe in to the source
> of media reports about the meeting chaired by the CM, where the CM
> directed the officials to be soft on Hindu rioters.
> Investigation on the above lines could provide evidence of extra
> judicial confessions.
> Some further investigations that are necessary are:
> a) Examination of documents on the communications between and among
> the CM’s office, CS Office, Home department, DGP Office and the
> Commissioners of Police of Ahmedabad, Baroda, and SPs of major riot
> affected districts in the period from 27.02.2002 to 31.05.2002.
> Similar correspondence from the relevant police stations to district /
> commissionrate level officers also be examined to find out whether
> there were major omissions and commissions to facilitate the Pogram
> against the Muslims
> b) Examination of documents on communications between the DGP and
> the State Control room in Gandhinagar, and the Commissionarates,
> besides offices of the DSPs, Addl. DGP (Intelligence)
> c) Examination of entries in the registers and log books of the
> police patrol vehicles in cities and important towns.
> d) Examination of documents on various incidents and action
> reported by DGP and CP Ahmedabad and riot affected districts to their
> higher officers.
> e) Examination of reports by DGP, Home department, Chief Secretary,
> ADGO (Intelligence) to the Central Government and to find out veracity
> of reports and efforts of anyone to suppress truth.
> f) It is on record that the Gujarat State intelligence branch had
> sent daily reports to Shri B.K.Haldar, Jt. Secy, MHA, New Delhi from
> 13.03.2002 onwards. Besides, daily reports which were sent on various
> specific incidents that took place in Gujarat. A study of these
> reports will indicate that there was anti-minority prejudice explicit
> in the actions of the state police which prompted them to avoid arrest
> of Hindu rioters and concentrating on penalising the Muslims. Analysis
> of the statistics prepared by the Add. D.G., Intelligence, Gujarat in
> the form of daily reports will reveal that the casualties in the
> police action weighed heavily against the Muslims, as also the
> destruction and damage to properties.
> g) Action must be taken to procure data regarding representations
> from the riot affected people and general public received through
> phone calls, written complaints and personal representations from
> 27.02.2002 to 31.05.2002. It is also necessary to examine the quality
> and character of response to these by the enforcing officers. In case
> responses are found to be inadequate, and unprofessional, an adverse
> inference can be drawn against the concerned officers.
> h) Examination of documents on meetings held by CP, Ahmedabad and
> other police commissionarates and affected districts during the same
> period to find out the nature of instructions given and decisions
> taken thereon and the extent of their implementation.
> i) Examination of concerned officers from DGP to field officers
> at the police station level on their failure to comply with the
> directions and instructions on handling of communal situation in
> Gujarat as per Gujarat State Police Manual Vol-III, Rule 21 to 31, and
> DGP Gujarat’s booklet on “Criminal Riots – Strategy and Approach”
> forwarded to all senior police officers by the then DGP Shri
> K.V.Joseph vide his letter No. SB/49/1050/1175 dated 19.11.1997,
> compilation of Government instructions captioned –“Criminal Peace”,
> and recommendations of Justice Reddy Commission and the Commission
> headed by Justice Dave.
> j) Officers in charge of areas where large scale violence
> happened should explain the reason for their dereliction of duties in
> violation of the provisions of Gujarat Police Manual Vol-III, Rules
> 24, 134, 135 and 136. It is relevant to note that such culpable
> connivance by government functionaries with the rioters had prompted
> the Apex Court to portray the Gujarat bureaucracy as modern day Neros
> and the Hon’ble Supreme Court had actively intervened to correct the
> aberrations by ordering :
> i) Transfer of Bilkisbano rape case to CBI in April 2004
> ii) Transfer of Bilkisbano and Best Bakery cases to Maharashtra in April
> iii) Review of 2000 odd closed cases (August 2004)
> iv) Creation of SIT to reinvestigate 9 major carnage cases (March 2008)
> v) Order of the Supreme Court to the SIT to investigate on all points
> contained in the complaint filed by Mrs.Jafre (April 2009)
> k) SIT should go in to the series of circumstances indicating
> criminal motive of the CM, Gujarat and his collaborators in projecting
> the Godhra train fire incident as an outcome of conspiracy by ISI and
> a terrorist act. There is sufficient evidence to prove that even
> before the investigating or intelligence agency had any information
> about conspiracy behind the Godhra fire, the CM, Gujarat, a national
> leader of BJP, declared it to be a consequence of conspiracy. This is
> the starting point of anti minority carnage. The CM made a statement
> in the state assembly that the Godhra train incident was a pre-planned
> terrorist act and was a result of a conspiracy.
> l) In fact the Gujarat police brought out the questionable
> conspiracy element only by the end of March 2002. The Apex Court had
> not supported the Gujarat State Government’s application of provisions
> of the then prevailing POTA on the accused of the Godhra train fire.
> m) Revelations by some witnesses in the Godhra train fire case in the
> operation ‘kalank’ brought out by ‘Tehelka’ magazine about the Gujarat
> police bribing them to give false evidence. The then Home Secretary
> Mr.G.C.Murmu, and Government pleader Mr.Arvind Pandya tried to tutor
> the then Addl. DGP. Shri R.B.Sreekumar to support Government’s
> conspiracy theory during his cross examination by the Nanavati
> Commission. The then Godhra Collector Ms.Jayanti Ravi openly stated
> that the Godhra incident was criminal and she did not mention either
> about the conspiracy or it being a terrorist act.
> n) In fact in my view the ill motivated declaration of ISI being
> behind this conspiracy was a part of the larger conspiracy to
> perpetuate genocidal crimes against the minority community for
> ensuring political consolidation of the majority community in favour
> of the BJP to procure electoral dividends. Simultaneously the Sangh
> Parivar could achieve their ever pursued hidden agenda of treating the
> Muslim minority as second class citizens. Having denied proper relief
> and rehabilitation in pre-riot vocations/trades, commerce and
> agriculture, many riot victims were forced to compromise with the
> perpetrators of the violence and consequently not even 25% of the
> cases reviewed on the Apex Court’s orders could end up in prosecution
> of accused persons.
> o) Abnormality and impropriety in the following actions by Shri
> Modi government after the Godhra incident need to be uncovered, as
> they are linked to the plans to inflict maximum damage on the Muslims.
> I. A condolence resolution was passed in
> the state assembly to condone those who were killed in the train fire,
> though no person for whom such resolutions are customary were killed.
> II. No condolence resolution was passed to
> condone the death of Ehsan Jafri, a former MP as was customary. This
> was in total violation of legislative norms.
> III. No discussion in the state assembly on the
> riots was held for over 10 days as the assembly remained closed during
> the period.
> IV. The CM and BJP leaders supported the
> Gujarat Bandh call given by the VHP on 28.02.2002.
> V. Neither the CM or any senior BJP leader
> made any appeal for peace on the eve of the Bandh on 28.02.2002.
> VI. Parading of dead bodies of Godhra fire
> victims in Ahmedabad city was done in violation of all regulations in
> this connection. Please enquire in to how the dead bodies were handed
> over to unauthorised persons viz. VHP leaders and not the legally
> entitled kin of the diseased. SIT should procure all documentary
> evidence about the whole process viz. Which officer had released the
> dead bodies to the VHP. Please procure and confiscate the relevant
> records immediately. Who were the persons who received the bodies, why
> unidentified dead bodies were also handed over to such unauthorised
> persons. The concerned officers be asked to produce the details of
> Government order, if any, in this connection. In case relevant
> officers take the cover of non availability of records, they should be
> prosecuted for deliberate destruction of evidence.
> p) Mr.P.C.Pande the then Commissioner of Police, Ahmedabad should
> be examined on the following fatal acts of negligence facilitating the
> blood bath in Ahmedabad city.
> I. Non initiation of preventive
> measures as per numerous instructions including those in Gujarat
> Police Manual etc. from 27.02.2002 onwards when anti minority riots
> II. Why imposition of curfew on
> 28.02.2002 was delayed up to 1300 Hours?
> III. Why no redeployment of the SRP and
> additional police force was not done on 28.02.2002? The SRP continued
> to be at the same places as they were before.
> IV. Please examine as to what follow up
> action he had taken on the state IB reports as cited in the affidavits
> filed by the then Addl. DGP Intelligence.
> V. What further action did he take on
> his letters to the DGP, and the Secretary Home, about the role of VHP
> in fomenting trouble and extortion of protection money from
> q) Examine the officers of the state intelligence branch Ahmedabad
> City and other major riot affected areas as to whether they reported
> the anti minority stance of the police at the ground level during and
> after the riots resulting in non registration of FIRs by the riot
> victims. Misinformation of the intensity of crimes, clubbing of
> numerous offences as just one single incident.
> r) Not arresting Hindu accused promptly, and not taking them on
> remand for collecting additional evidence, and recovery of looted or
> stolen property.
> s) Prejudicial stand of Special Public Prosecutors some of who were
> office bearers of the Sangh Parivar.
> t) Examine the officers in charge of the riot affected areas
> regarding the instructions given by them in response to distress calls
> from the riot victims, monitoring of the implementation of these
> instructions, any disciplinary action taken against anybody for non
> compliance etc. Examination of relevant documents in the CP or SP
> offices, Offices of Range DIGs/IGs and SDPOs, and police station
> officers absolutely imperative.
> u) Electronic and print media had brought out graphically the
> pictures of parading of dead bodies, ghastly scenes of riots etc.
> These be procured and analysed, and further probes be done like
> arresting those found indulging in violence.
> v) Many Sangh Parivar leaders and accused in anti minority carnage
> had boasted about their active involvement in the riots to Shri Ashish
> Khaitan, the Tehelka correspondent in the video. Make further
> inquiries about the information brought out in operation ‘kalank’.
> These revelations are extra judicial confessions. The forensic test of
> all these persons is also necessary.
> w) Please examine state home department officials and DGP, Shri
> K.Chakravarty about follow up action initiated by them on the state IB
> reports regarding prejudices of the state police against the riot
> victims. Please examine Home Secretary Shri Ashok Narain, as to what
> action he had taken on the demand by the National Minority Commission
> about highly inciting and incendiary speech of the CM in 2002.
> x) Please examine the Secretary, Law Department for appointing
> supporters and office bearers of the Sangh Parivar as Special Public
> Prosecutors to present cases against the accused belonging to Hindu
> y) Please examine the District Magistrates of relevant districts as
> to why they recommended supporters and office bearers of the Sandh
> Parivar for appointment as Police Public prosecutors to the state law
> z) Please examine the Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi, about the
> details of instructions given by him to the Chief Secretary, Home
> department officials and the DGP during the riots and subsequently.
> Did he notice any acts of omission or commission by such officers, if
> so what action he had initiated to correct the system and discipline
> those who derelicted their duties. Did the CM initiate any curative
> measures to redress the grievance of the victims before the
> intervention by the NHRC, the Apex Court, and the national level
> bodies. If no such action was taken, then this must be deemed as part
> of a conspiracy to perpetuate violence on the Muslim minority and
> subversion of criminal justice system. Please examine Mr.Modi on the
> action taken by him about malicious role of one of his cabinet
> ministers, Mr.Bharat Barot in inciting anti minority violence as
> reported by the CP, Ahmedabad.
> It is quite likely that the Government functionaries who collaborated
> with the CM and the Sangh Parivar in executing anti minority violence
> will refuse to provide relevant evidence to the SIT. Therefore the SIT
> will have to depend on the documentary evidence in Government and
> police records heavily. Once clear picture about planning and
> execution of conspiracy emerges, the relevant culprits should be
> confronted and their forensic test be carried out.
> I strongly feel that a few officers known for their competence,
> professionalism and integrity need to be inducted in to the SIT from
> the Gujarat Police. The supervisory officers in the SIT at present are
> handicapped by their lack of knowledge Gujarati language. To overcome
> this problem I would strongly recommend the induction of the following
> officers in to the SIT.
> 1. Mr.Satish Verma, IPS 1986
> 2. Mr.Rahul Sharma, IPS 1992
> 3. Mr.Rajnish Rai, IPS 1992
> 4. Dr.(Mrs) Neerja Gotru Rao, IPS 1993 and
> 5. Mr.Hasmukh N. Patel, IPS 1993
> For probing points contained in the complaint filed by Mrs Jafri.
> Any failure by the Indian Judicial system to bring under the clutches
> of law, the real planners and executioners of anti-minority genocide
> in 2002 would further energise anti Indian forces internationally and
> particularly those jihadi groups who have been denigrating the Indian
> State authorities for their failure to protect the minority community.
> The Islamic terrorists who had claimed responsibility for explosions
> and terror acts throughout India since 2002 have declared their
> dastardly acts as revenge and retribution for Gujarat genocide. These
> groups will fully capitalise on any situation which will provide
> immunity from prosecution to the CM, Shri Narendra Modi and his aides
> and attract frustrated riot victims to their camps to the detriment of
> our national interest.
> Praying for expeditious actions on the above suggestions/requests.
> Yours sincerely,
> Jaspal Singh IPS (Retd)
> 4, Green Park, Akota, Vadodara 390020
> Telephone: 0265 2332555
> Email: jaspalofbaroda at yahoo.com
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