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@Milap Choraria




In some of my innovative ideas, I was seems to be cheated, when my work was not recognised in my own name. On 30th June 1997 I submitted a concept before Indian Railway based on which TATKAL Scheme was lunched. Recently I started to get information under Right to Information Act-2005. The Central Public Information Officer, Railway Board, informed me that my suggestion letter is not available in file, though I deposited the same against signed receipt. I wanted to see the file, and after going by file, it seems that Railway had manipulated the matter not to recognise my name for the Scheme. Still my enquiry is going on under the Right to Information Act-2005. I may be compelled to go Court for my legitimate right to get recognised my work. 


On 20th March 1997 I submitted a Petition before the Election Commission of India suggesting thereby to issue direction under Article 324 of the Constitution of India, under which every candidate for the State Assemblies and Parliament should file affidavits disclosing information relating to criminal Case pending against them, details of the properties and educational details. Thereafter, by Letter no. 509/Disqln./97-J.S.I Dated 28th August 1997 Election Commission issued an Notification asking every candidate to furnish such information. On 27th October 2005 I submitted application under Right to Information Act-2005 to know what action was taken on the basis of my said Petition. By Letter dated 17th November 2005 Election Commission replied that my Petition is not available on records. Thereafter I submitted photocopy of the petition and signed receipt, then Election Commission accepted that yes My petition is available in the file and examined found not fit. Under the Right to Information Act-2005 I sought photocopy of my Petition and wanted access to entire file relating to entire proceedings by which my Petition is found not fit and further wanted to access to file by which said Notification is issued. With my utter surprise Election Commission supplied me photocopy of my Petition, but from which it appears that the same was edited photocopy. However my applications to access were refused against which I filed Appeal. However, I am determined to access to the file. Since this is a matter of principle.


I submitted detail Model of New Civil Procedure Code and suggestions to amend in various Laws before Supreme Court by filing Writ (Civil) Petition No. 151 of 1996. The Hon’ble Court passed order, but I was understood that my name was not recognised even recent amendments in Civil Procedure Code are based on my suggestion. My detail suggestions are posted in other Websites.


In the year of 1999-2000 I developed a Model of New Constitution for India based on my several Articles published in several Hindi and English Newspapers. I submitted the same before the National Commission for Review of Working of the Constitution of India and I received Letter from the Secretary of the Commission in response to my said Book, and Commission forwarded me its each Report. But I find that my name was not included in the persons who submitted representation, though my representation was voluminous one. Therefore, I decided not to disclose Model of New Constitution for India, before get it registered under Copy Rights Act. Therefore, on 27th September 2004, I submitted my application to the Registrar of Copyrights, New Delhi-110001, which now get registered vide Registration No. L-23511/2005. Now I decided to publish it on the Website for kind comments from the people who eager to see good governance, corruption free strong democracy, unity amongst people.