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All dates or documents relates to sufferings of the atrocities caused by the Respondent No. 25 to 32 with the help, support and protections from the State are not referred or included in the LIST.

In some places the meaning of the word Petitioner (Milap Choraria) also mixed up with his Cooperative Society.

Annexures annexed in the Writ Petition are without enclosing the annexures referred therewith, unless specifically not mentioned.

  • 00/00/1932 Revenue Survey was conducted in Bengal by the Dominion Government of India, and Published Records of Rights and related Map with regards to various properties including C. S. Khatian No. 530 and 534 within Mouza Sahapur, P.S. Behala, Kolkata-700038 showing its measurement as 1.10 Acre equivalent to 66 Cottas of Land (720 Sft. = 1 Cottah) Ref: Para: 3 at Page: 6. ANNEXURE- "A-1" at Page : 99.
  • 23/12/1947 One Balaram Paul claiming himself as owner of the Properties measuring 0.50 Acre equivalent to 30 Cottahs comprised in C.S. Khatian No. 534 as aforesaid, under some false representations or otherwise executed one alleged deed in favour of Respondent No.28. Ref: Para: 4 at Page 6.
  • 16/09/1948 One Nalini Mohan Dey husband of the Respondent No. 32 Purchased properties measuring 0.60 Acre equivalent to 36 Cottas comprised in C. S. Khatian No. 530 as aforesaid from its the then Owners. Ref:Para: 5 at Page : 6.
  • 00/00/1948 Said Deed executed by Balaram Paul in favour of Respondent No.28 was seized in a criminal case, from the clerk of Advocate of Balaram Paul. Ref: Para: 4 at Page:
  • 1964 From some records it appears that Respondent No.28 is a habitual Cheater and caused fraud upon several persons. Ref: Para: 6 at Page: 7.
  • 08/05/1954 Said Balaram Paul still claiming himself as owner of the Properties measuring 0.50 Acre equivalent to 30 Cottas, comprised in C.S. Khatian No. 534 as aforesaid, also executed another alleged deed in favour of said Nalini Mohan Dey, and delivered physical possession of the properties except one part, which according to him was tenanted to one Abdul Latiff Mistry. Ref: Para: 7 at Page : 7.
  • 18/01/1955 One administrative order was passed by the Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Alipore (Kolkata), rejecting application of Respondent No.28 to deliver him the alleged Deed executed by said Balaram Paul in his favour with finding that the said alleged deed was benami and Respondent No.28 was Benamdar of said Balaram Paul. Ref: Para: 8 at Page: 7.
  • 7/02/1955 Respondent No.28 by his own hand and pen admitted in a letter written to Late Shri Rabindra lal Chakraborty that he is not possession holder of the properties referred in the Deed Executed by Balaram Paul and requested him to support financially so he can acquire the properties. In case if he get the property, he will give large part of the property to him. Ref: Para: 9 at Page: 8.
  • 00/00/1956 R. S. Survey was conducted by the Government of West Bengal and Published Records of Rights and related Map with regards to various properties including R. S. Khatian No. 530 and 534 corresponding from C. S. Khatian No. 530 and 534 within Mouza Shahapur, P.S. Behala, Kolkata-700038 and total measurement of both the Khatian were described as 1.098 Acre say 1.10 Acre equivalent to 66 Cottas. Ref: Para: 10 at Page: 8 ANNEXURE "A-1" at Page : 99
  • 00/00/1963 Title Suit No. 301 of 1963 of 4th Court of Munsif, Alipore (Kolkata) was filed by Nalini Mohan Dey against Legal heirs of Rabindra Lal Chakraborty in respect of properties comprised in said R. S. Plot No. 219 within said R. S. Khatian No. 534, which according to Balaram Paul was tenanted to one Abdul Latif Mistry, but possessed by force by the Legal heirs of Rabindra Lal Chakraborty. Ref: Para: 11 at Page: 8
  • 28/09/1977 Judgment in Title Suit No. 301 of 1963 by 4th Court of Munsif, Alipore dismissing the Suit filed by the husband of Respondent No.32. Ref: Para: 11 at Page: 8.
  • 07/08/1979 Judgment in Title Appeal No.1179 of 1979 of the 11th Addl.District Judge at Alipore (Kolkata) by which Judgment and decree passed by the learned Munsif in Title Suit No. 301 of 1963 by 4th Court of Munsif Alipore was affirmed. Para: 12 at Page: 9.
  • 1981 Respondent No.25 got vacated a large property belonged to his mother Smt. Savitri Devi Jhunjhunwala from a Tenant under a civil litigation after alleged payment of Rs.22 Lakhs in black money and thereafter under the Joint Venture with Kedar Nath Fatehpuria constructed a multistory complex of three buildings. Relationship Ref: Para:13 at Page: 10 ANNEXURE-"A-2" at Page: 100-101.
  • 1982 Respondent No.32 and her daughter, claimed in writing, that they are owners of 70 Cottas of the land, out of which one litigation is pending in respect of the properties measuring 3 Cottas 13 Chittaks 26 Square Feet. Ref: Para: 14 at Page: 11.

09/12/1981 Petitioner entered in initial agreement with the Respondent No.32 and her daughter, to purchase their alleged 70 cottas of landed properties comprised in C. S. Khatian No. 530 and 534 as aforesaid. Ref: Para: 14 at Page:11.

02/02/1982 Letter from the then Lawyer of Petitioner Ld. Mr. Aloke Nath Ghosh, Advocate to Lawyer of the Respondent No. 32 and her daughter Ld. Mr. Swapan Kumar Chakraborty with subsequent correspondent. Ref: Para: 14 at Page:11.

05/02/1982 Petitioner entered in written agreement with the Respondent No. 32 and her daughter to purchase their alleged 70 cottas of landed properties comprised in C. S. Khatian No. 530 and 534 as aforesaid. Ref: Para: 14 at Page:11.

00/03/1982 Petitioner entered in Agreements to sale Flats. Ref: Para: 16 at Page:11.

31/05/1982 / 28/06/1982 Respondent No. 32 and her daughter executed 14 Sale Deeds in respect of 35 Cottas of Landed Properties comprised in entire R. S. Plot No. 194, 205 and 207 in favour of nominees of Petitioner. Ref: Para: 15 at Page:11.

October 1982 Under ill-advice from his the then Lawyer Mr. Aloke Nath Ghosh, Advocate Petitioner formed a Cooperative Housing Society giving Promotership to each one who booked flats with him. Ref: Para: 19 at Page : 12..

29/12/1982 Letter from Petitioner to the Officer-in-charge, Behala Police Station and others referring his offer for rehabilitations of the Tenants. Ref: Para: 17 at Page : 12.

09/01/1983 Proposal for rehabilitation was accepted by the Tenants and approved by C.P.I. (M) Leaders. Ref: Para: 18 at Page : 12.

00/02/1983 In consideration of ill advise from his the then Lawyer Mr. Aloke Nath Ghosh, Advocate, Petitioner got Registration of his Society, in which he provided Membership to all those who booked flats with him. Ref: Para: 19 at Page : 12.

04/03/1983 Mr. Prabhu Dayal Sureka and Respondent No. 30 attended the meeting of Managing Committee of the Cooperative Society as its Board Member. But thereafter, they never interested to attend the Meeting of said Managing Committee. Ref: Para: 19 at Page : 12.

25/03/1983 / 31/05/1983 Under his fiduciary relationship with the Members of his Cooperative Society, Petitioner without any payment of consideration money transferred properties comprised in R. S. Plot No. 194, 205 and 207 in favour of his Cooperative Society. Ref: Para: 20 at Page : 12.

4-08/06/1983 Ld. Mr. Jayanta Kumar Dasgupta Munsif, 5th Court of Munsif, Alipore passed Orders in 36 Suits, on application of Petitioner, but under embracement, not recorded the same and subsequently when Petitioner taken steps against such anomaly, even wrongly recorded orders were removed or changed. Ref: Para: 21 at Page : 13 ANNEXURE "A-3" at Page 102-105.

27/06/1983 Subsequently between 8.6.1983 and 26.07.1983 Order though wrongly recorded on 04/06/1983 in most of suits were removed or changed. Ref: Para: 21 at Page : 13 ANNEXURE "A-3" at Page : 102-106.

13/07/1983 / 26/07/1983 Petitioner filed 19 Applications U/S 340 of Criminal Procedure Code against interpolation in or removal of the wrongly recorded orders of different suits. Ref: Para: 22 at Page : 13.

00/00/1983 Petitioner himself developed a Model of a New Civil Procedure Code and sends it by Regd. Post to the then Law Minister of India Shri Asok Sen by Registered Post. Ref: Para: 23 at Page : 13.

16/09/1983 Tenants obtained Ad-interim Injunction order against Petitioner and his Society in T. S. No. 108/83, which was modified on 04.10.1983 after contest. Ref: Para: 24 at Page : 14.

00/09/1983 Petitioner filed 31 Revision Applications against removal or change of Orders in different Suits. Ref: Para: 22 at Page : 13.

22-23/09/1983 Revised Proposal for rehabilitation was also accepted by the Tenants, but not materialised. Ref: Para: 25 at Page : 14.

04/10/1983 Injunction order obtained on 16/09/1983 by the Tenants in T. S. No. 108/83 against Petitioner was modified, which not remains beneficiary for blackmailing objects against Petitioner. Ref: Para: 24 at Page : 14.

10/10/1983 Once again on request from the C. P. I. (M) Leaders Petitioner entered in written agreement with the representatives of the Tenants that Compromise Petitions will be approved by Shri Som Nath Chatterjee, M. P. Ref: Para: 25 at Page : 14.

22/10/1983 Joint Meeting with Tenants at the residence of Shri Som Nath Chatterjee, M. P., was held. Ld. Mr. Pranab Chatterjee, Solicitor corrected the draft of Compromise Petition. Ref: Para: 26 at Page : 14.

00/11/1983 Respondent No. 25 purchased adjoining properties belonged to Satamita Apartment Association with the help of Respondent No. 27. Ref: Para: 27 at Page : 14.

25/11/1983 Petitioner was lifted by force from the Court compound in presence of about 500 litigants, Advocates and others, at the behest of Mr. Jayanta Kumar Dasgupta, the then Munsif Learned 5th Court, Alipore, and implicated in a false case of theft of Court Records. Ref: Para: 28 at Page : 14.

27/11/1983 / 29/11/1983 Under arrangement on 27.11.1983 Ananda Bazaar Patrika published a news that Petitioner caught red handed when he was stealing Court Papers, while another Newspaper from same Group The Telegraph 29.11.1983, published true story relates to forcible lifting of Petitioner. Ref: Para: 28 at Page : 14 ANNEXURE "A-4" at Page : 106.

14/12/1983 Petitioner lodged Complaint before Chief Justice of India and Kolkata High Court against Mr. Jayanta Kumar Dasgupta, the then Munsif, 5th Court Alipore for removal or change of Orders and his lifting by force. Ref: Para: 28 at Page : 14.

23/12/1983 Petitioner filed Application for according sanction under section 197 of Cr. P.C., against Mr. Jayanta Kumar Dasgupta, the then Munsif, 5th Court Alipore. Ref: Para: 28 at Page : 14.

28/12/1983 Tenants under abetment from their Leader Respondent No. 29, stolen one Diesel Generator Set and one Type Writer of Petitioner from his property. Ref: Para: 29 at Page : 15.

04/01/1984 After complaint from Petitioner against News published under arrangements, Ananda Bazaar Patrika hold detailed enquiry and published fresh News in detail with reference to interpolations in the order sheets and lifting of Petitioner by force. Ref: Para: 28 at Page : 14.

17/02/1984 Mr. Srikanta Bhattacharyya, Advocate issued a Certificate manipulating the meaning of Injunction Order against Petitioner in Title Suit No. 108 0f 1983. Ref: Para: 30 at Page : 15. ANNEXURE "A-5" at Page : 107.

27/02/1984 Lawyers Notice dated 27th February 1984 upon Ld. Mr. Srikanta Bhattacharyya, Advocate. Ref: Para: 30 at Page : 15. ANNEXURE "A-5" at Page 108-110.

29/02/1984 To restrain the construction of boundrywall Tenants filed a Petition Under Section 144(2) of Cr. P. C. against Petitioner and hurled brickbats and Bombs upon the Labours of Petitioner. Ref: Para: 30 at Page : 15.

02/03/1984 During manufacturing of the BUMBS, blast were taken place, injuring two people including one antisocial Gopal Das but false complaint was lodged against Petitioner. Ref: Para: 31 at Page : 16.

05/03/1984 When anticipatory bail application was moved on behalf of the Petitioner with reference to Bomb Material Blast case District Judge disclosed that he had been telephoned by Advocate General not to grant anticipatory Bail. Ref: Para: 31 at Page : 16. ANNEXURE-"A-6" at Page 111-113.

07/03/1984 After knew about Telephone from Advocate General to District Judge, Petitioner sends his protest Letter to Respondent No. 29 with copies to District Judge, Alipore, Advocate-General, and others. After receipt of Letter Shri Acharya directed Intelligence Branch, West Bengal Police to enquire the whole matter, which was done. Ref: Para:31 at Page : 16 ANNEXURE-"A-6" at Page : 114-116.

10/04/1984 Petitioner filed Writ Petition being No. C.O. 4044(W) of 1984 for Police help before B. C. Basak, J of the Calcutta High Court as His Lordship then was and order were passed. Ref: Para: 32 & 34 at Page : 17. ANNEXURE "A-8" at Page 119.

07/05/1984 Protest Letter to Shri Som Nath Chatterjee, M. P., with reference to two page Pumphlate published by the tenants. Ref: Para: 33 at Page : 17. ANNEXURE-"A-7" at Page : 117-118.

09/05/1984 In the said Writ Petition being No. C.O. 4044(W) of 1984 when Learned Mr. Dipankar Gupta, Bar-at-law, appeared with sentiment pleadings that he is appearing on behalf of his poor driver, B. C. Basak, J of the Calcutta High Court as he then was, withdrawn order passed earlier. Ref: Para: 32 & 34 at Page : 17. ANNEXURE "A-8" at Page 120-121

1984.  Affidavit being document No. 5887 dated 14.5.1984 affirmed by anti-social Gopal Das in respect of confessing of the facts relates to his burning when he and tenants were involvement in manufacturing of Bombs. Ref: Para: 35 at Page : 18. ANNEXURE-"A-9" at Page: 124-127.

02/08/1984 Protest Letter to Ld. Mr. Dipankar Gupta, Bar-at-Law, against his sentimental pleadings before Honble High Court. Ref: Para: 34 at Page : 17. ANNEXURE "A-8" at Page : 122-123.

31/08/1984 Petitioner was discharged from said false criminal case recorded at the behest of Learned Mr. Jayanta Kumar Dasgupta. Ref: Para: 36 at Page : 18.

06/09/1984 Reportedly after enquiry Mr. Jayanta Kumar Dasgupta, was dismissed from Judicial Service by Honble Calcutta High Court as the first such case of dismissal of any Judicial Officer in Indian Judicial History. Ref: Para: 36 at Page : 18.

19/09/1984 / 14/01/1985 Three Applications Under Section 144(2) of Cr. P. C. filed by the Tenants against Petitioner but subsequently each one were filed under section 144(5) of Cr. P. C. Ref: Para: 37 at Page : 19.

18/12/1984 Petitioner requested in writing to all of his Cooperative Members including Respondent No. 30 to make payment of Rs.5/- per square Feet of their requisitioned accommodations, but considering the regular trouble caused by the Tenants at the Properties they did not make any payment, nor they were bothered about the working of the Cooperative Society till not joined hands to blackmail Petitioner under abetment from Respondent No. 25. Ref: Para: 38 at Page : 19. ANNEXURE-"A-10" at Page: 128.

23/01/1985 Message from Deputy Superintendent of Police. Ref: Para: 39 at Page : 19. ANNEXURE-"A-11" at Page: 129.

30/01/1985 Petitioner met with Deputy Superintendent of Police as per message, and understood that the then Chief Minister Shri Jyoti Basu directed District Magistrate 24-Parganas to remove Petitioner, on false claims that properties was belonged to Respondent No.28. D.M. directed to Deputy Superintendent of Police to implement order of C.M. Ref: Para: 39 at Page : 19.

01/02/1985 Letter to the then Deputy Superintendent of Police Shri Md. Nizam, with copies to Shri Jyoti Basu and Mrs. Ranu Ghosh, after knowing about such illegal order issued by Shri Jyoti Basu for removal of Petitioner from his absolute property. Ref: Para: 39 at Page : 19.

13/02/1985 Lawyers Notice by Regd. Post to Respondent No. 27 against his plan to encroach property of Petitioner. Ref: Para: 40 & 42 at Page : 19 & 20. ANNEXURE "A-12" at page: 130

19/02/1985 After receipt of Lawyers Notice Respondent No. 27 lodged false First Information Report against Petitioner as Behala P. S. Case No. 54 dated 19.2.1985. Ref: Para: 40 & 42 at Page : 19 & 20.

21/02/1985 Deputy Superintendent of Police informed that after receipt of Letter from Petitioner, Mrs. Ranu Ghosh, the then D. M., 24 Parganas, withdrawn her earlier direction issued under order of Shri Jyoti Basu for removal of Petitioner from his property. Ref: Para: 39 & 41 at Page : 19 & 20. ANNEXURE-"A-11" at Page: 129.

06/02/1986 Letter was written by Respondent No. 27 to the Officer-in-Charge, Behala P.S., admitting thereby that First Information Report lodged by him on 19th February 1985 against the Petitioner is based on untrue informations. Ref: Para: 40 & 42 at Page : 19 & 20. ANNEXURE "A-12" at Page 131.

1985-1986 Under instructions from Shri Jyoti Basu, Shri Kamal Basu, the then Mayor of Respondent No. 19 arranged contract for rebuilding of burnt portion of New (Hogg) Market in favour of Company of Respondent No. 25 namely M/S. Martin Burn Limited under some unholy arrangements between Shri Jyoti Basu and Shri Kamal Basu on the one side and Respondent No. 25 & his relations on the other side, under which lease was granted against payment of premium of Rs.1.08 Crores against the then prevailing premium in the vicinity much more than Rs. 15.00 Crores. Ref: Para: 43 at Page : 20. ANNEXURE "A-13" at Page 132-133. 21/03/1986 Respondent No. 19 sanctioned two Plans each for two multistoried buildings in favour of Petitioner (R.S.Plot No. 206), and his Cooperative Society (R.S.Plot No. 205). Ref: Para: 45 at Page : 21.

00/06/1986 7 Tenants being inhabitants at R. S. Plot No. 205 vacated their respective tenancy premises after admission before the Ld. Court in respective Execution Proceedings against respective Decrees and delivered Physical Possession to Petitioner. Ref: Para: 45 at Page : 21.

00/06/1986 Taking advantage of development happened by peaceful vacant of the 7 Rooms by the tenants, Respondent No. 25 and 27 and their other associates met secretly with the tenants being inhabitant of R. S. Plot No. 194 suggesting them to send Petitioner in hell. Ref: Para: 46 at Page : 22.

18/07/1986 Severe attempt to murder of the Petitioner took place with 42 stab wounds all over his body. Ref: Para: 46 at Page : 22. ANNEXURE "A-15" at Page: 137.

00/08/1986 Advocates always likes Petitioners honesty and moral standard, as a result personal hearting relations were developed, and maintained till they not influenced by Mafiadom. After knew about attempt to murder from Ld. Mr. P.K. Ray, Bar-at-Law Ld. Mr. Debal Banerjee, Bar-at-Law send his hand written letter to Petitioner for his early recovery. Ref: Para: 84 at Page: 43. ANNEXURE "A-31" at

05/08/1986 Protest Letter to Shri Bhola Nath Mukherjee, Area Councilor, against his involvement at the behest of Respondent No. 25 to bailout one of the accused in attempt to murder of Petitioner. Ref: Para: 46 at Page: 22.

Between 18/07/1986 and 05/08/1986 Respondent No. 25 got forged one letter and forwarded it through his covering Letter. Letter was got forged with object to create fear in the mind of Petitioner that he can be painted as a dreaded criminal. Ref: Para: 47 at Page: 22. ANNEXURE "A-16" at Page: 138

July 1986 Respondent No. 25 instigated to Respondent No. 30 to create pressure upon the Petitioner compelling him sell of the properties to Respondent No. 25. Ref: Para: 48 at Page: 23.

10/08/1986 Shankar Lal Bhatter and his son Respondent No. 30 met with Petitioner and requested that Respondent No. 25 is interested to purchase property of Petitioner, so why he should not sell him. Petitioner refused to accept such proposal. Ref: Para: 48 at Page: 23.

After 10/08/1986 Shankar Lal Bhatter and his son Respondent No. 30 met with each person, who booked the flats with Petitioner and subsequently made members in his Cooperative Society. Ref: Para: 48 at Page: 23.

06/09/1986 / 15/10/1986 Extra Ordinary General Meeting on 6th September 1986 and General Meeting on 15th October 1986, of the Petitioners Society was held in which Allotments of the proposed Flats and remaining properties were made in favour of the then all 24 Members of the Cooperative Society of Petitioner. Ref: Para: 48 at Page: 23.

1986 Plans earlier sanctioned by Respondent No. 19 in favour of Satamita Apartment Association were revised granting illegal sanction of plans for three Buildings of Ten Stories in severe violation of prevailing Building Rules in favour of Companies of Respondent No. 25. Ref: Para: 49 at Page: 23.

on or about 26/09/1986 Respondent No. 25 conveyed another story to Petitioner with reference to one (host) Advocate and used the name of Shri B. K. Basu, the then Commissioner of Kolkata Police. Ref: Para: 51 at Page: 25.

06/10/1986 Under arrangement from Respondent No. 25 News was published in The Telegraphs regular feature under heading "CALCUTTA ROUNDUP", under sub-heading "Antisocials terrorise slumdwellers". Ref: Para: 50 at Page: 24. ANNEXURE-"A-18": 140.

22/10/1986 Petitioners Protest Letter against said News in Telegraph dated 6th October 1986 challenging the Newspaper to use his good office to arrange enquiry from CBI, so truth shall come out. Ref: Para: 50 at Page: 24. ANNEXURE-"A-18" at Page: 141-145

26/10/1986 Petitioners Cooperative Society issued Allotment Letters to each of its Members. Ref: Para: 48 at Page: 23.

28/10/1986 After one month from new story conveyed, Petitioner wrote a Letter to Respondent No. 25 to confirm his alleged information in writing, otherwise should not maintain any further connections with Petitioner. Ref: Para:51 at Page: 25. ANNEXURE "A-19" at Page: 146

05/11/1986 Respondent No. 25 confirmed his alleged story in writing. Actually story was a clear threat to Petitioner that he can be removed from his property with the help of Shri Bikes Kali Basu, the then Police Commissioner of Kolkata, if he would not sell the property to him. Ref: Para: 51 at Page: 25. ANNEXURE "A-19" at Page: 147-148.

14/11/1986 Under instructions from Shri Jyoti Basu, Respondent No. 19 created fake Municipal Holding No. 161/N, Binoba Bhave Road, Ward No. 119, Kolkata, in favour of Respondent No. 28. Surprisingly before creation of said fake Municipal Holding Respondent No. 25 referred in his aforesaid Two Letters dated 5th August 1986 and 5th November 1986. Ref: Para: 52 at Page: 25. ANNEXURE "A-20" at Page: 149.

10/12/1986 Petitioner published a Public Notification in Newspaper and started Construction of one Building at R. S. Plot No. 205 and one Building at R. S. Plot No. 206 as per sanction plans. Ref: Para: 53 at Page: 26.

24/01/1987 Membership of 7 Persons (including Respondent No. 30) of Petitioners Cooperative Society were seized by operation of Cooperation Law who refused to accept the allotment made by the Society on 26th October 1986. Ref: Para: 54 at Page: 26.

26/02/1987 Petitioner send a Letter to Mr. Bikes Kali Basu, I.P.S., the then Commissioner of Kolkata Police, to find out alleged Advocate who had misused his name for illegal threats. Ref: Para: 55 at Page: 26.

12/03/1987 Respondent No. 25 with the help of one Ram Gopal Saraogi made payment to adjudged Cheat Respondent No. 28. Ref: Para: 56 at Page: 26.

11/03/1987-16/04/1987 To cover-up the threat of the Respondent No. 25 Kolkata Police sent two Letters to Petitioner, in response to his Letter dated 26/02/1987. Ref: Para: 55 at Page: 26.

19/03/1987 Respondent No. 19 got received a Complaint from Respondent No. 28 based on aforesaid fake Municipal Holding created on 14th November 1986. Ref: Para: 57 at Page: 26.

19/03/1987 On the basis of a said Complaint from Respondent No. 28, based on said fake Municipal Holding created on 14th November 1986, Respondent No. 19 conducted following proceedings within one working day or within 6 hours of a working day: (1) enquiry was directed, (2) alleged Local inspection and enquiry was conducted (3) alleged 12 Page Typed Report (Without Type Writer facility) was prepared by Mr. Tarak Banerjee in the language of Respondent No. 28, (4) alleged Report was submitted (5) Meeting of the respective authority were held and alleged Report was accepted (6) sanctioned Plans of Petitioner were revoked and (7) Local Police were directed to stop construction activities run by Petitioner. Ref: Para: 57 at Page: 26. 19/03/1987 Police intimated in Writing to Petitioner to stop the Construction at his Property, which Petitioner complied with. Ref: Para: 57 at Page: 26.

06/04/1987 Petitioner filed Two Writ Petitions against aforesaid order of Revocation of sanctioned Plans by Respondent No. 19 and related Police Direction. In the Writ Petitions Respondent No. 28 was made Respondent No. 6. Ref: Para: 57 at Page: 26.

19-23/04/1987 Agent of Respondent No. 25, namely Ram Gopal Saraogi published advertisement in Newspapers for sale of the property of Petitioner. Ref: Para: 57 at Page: 26.

07-10/05/1987 On the basis of the informations and papers collected from Ram Gopal Saraogi Petitioner send his protest letter to Respondent No. 25 with copies to others. Ref: Para: 57 at Page: 26.

26/07/1987 News published in the Bengali Daily Newspaper Ananda Bazaar Patrika with regards to underhand arrangements between Railway Authorities and Respondent No. 25. In this News for the wrong doings committed by Respondent No. 25 entire Marwari Community was defamed. Ref: Para: 58 at Page: 27.

28/07/1987 Letter to Mr. S. N. Agarwal, Chief Engineer, Eastern Railway, with reference to News published in the Ananda Bazaar Patrika date 26th July 1987 that 6 Bighas of Railway Land is transferred to Respondent No. 25. Ref: Para: 58 at Page: 27.

05/08/1987 Petitioner filed Title Suit No. 348 of 1987 in the Court of 5th Munsif, Alipore, for declaration that the Execution of Sale Deeds in favour of his Cooperative Society were just as Name lenders and without any payment of consideration money. This was a fact. that Benami Transaction based on fiduciary relationship is legally valid even under Benami Transaction (Prohibition) Act, 1988. Ref: Para: 59 at Page: 28.

00/00/1987 Petitioner understood that Respondent No. 25 using his black money and muscle powers with the open support from Shri Jyoti Basu in working against Petitioner to black mail him through various means and methods. Ref: Para: 61 at Page: 29.

00/08/1987 Complaint was lodged by Group of 7 persons headed by Respondent No. 30 against Petitioner before Cooperation Directorate to got hold enquiry of working of the Cooperative Society. This complaint was not maintainable under various provisions of the Cooperative Law and respective Rules. Ref: Para: 60 at Page: 28.

19/08/1987 The Railway published false clarification in Ananda Bazaar Patrika. Ref: Para: 58 at Page: 27.

09/11/1987 Petitioners Letter to Railway authorities against illegal agreement between Railways and the Companies of Respondent No. 25. Ref: Para: 58 at Page: 27. ANNEXURE "A-21" at Page: 150

20/11/1987 Memo Letter No. F. No. 29690/3/DOR/PG-87 from the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, with reference to complaint against such transfer of Railway Land in favour Respondent No. 25. Ref: Para: 58 at Page: 27. ANNEXURE "A-21" at Page: 151-152.

20/11/1987 Lawyers Notice to the Deputy Registrar and another of the Cooperation Directorate, against non-maintainability of alleged complaint made by 7 persons. Ref: Para: 60 & 62 at Page: 28 & 30.

30/11/1987 Petitioner lodged a complaint to Income Tax Department against leakage of information to Respondent No. 25. Ref: Para: 71 at Page : 33(36). ANNEXURE: "A-25" at Page : 158-159

20/01/1988 Petitioner through one of his Private Limited Company purchased Properties comprised in R. S. Plot No. 219 measuring more or less 10 Cottas of Land from the Legal Heirs of Rabindra Lal Chakraborty. Ref: Para: 63 at Page: 30.

31/03/1988 Judgment was pronounced by Kolkata High Court setting-aside the orders of Revocation of Sanction Plans issued by Respondent No. 19 and Instructions issued by Respondent No. 17 to Stop Constructional activities, in which Respondent No. 28 was suggested by way of observations to go to appropriate authority if he wants Injunction against Petitioner on allegations that construction are made on his property. Respondent No. 28 never followed this. Ref: Para: 57 at Page: 27.

30/05/1988 Dispute Case No. 43/RCS/87-88 was filed by Respondent No. 30 and one Arjun Mondal, ARCS, was appointed as Arbitrator. Ref: Para: 64 at Page: 30.

30/05/1988 Respondent No. 32 and her Daughter published advertisement to give impression that they still are owners of the properties, which already sold to Petitioner. Ld. Mr. P. K. Ray, Bar-at-law, informed the same to the Petitioner. Respondent No. 32 and her Daughter filed Title Suit No. 333 of 1988 of Ld. 5th Court of Munsif, Alipore against Petitioner for declaration and injunction with manipulation of area of Suit Properties to blackmail the Petitioner. Ref: Para: 65 at Page: 31.

21/06/1988 Division Bench of Kolkata High Court headed by Honble Mr. Justice G. N. Ray refused to grant stay against application filed by Respondent No. 28 against Judgment of High Court dated 31/03/1988. Ref: Para: 66 at Page: 31.

25/06/1988 Petitioner published advertisement in Baratman in response to advertisement of Respondent No. 32 and her daughter. Ref: Para: 63 at Page: 30.

13/07/1988 Without intimating to the Petitioner, Respondent No. 19 fixed date as 22/07/1988 for hearing. Ref: Para: 66 at Page: 31.

22/07/1988 Mr. D. K. Nath, Municipal Engineer in presence of one Mr. Mahendra Rungta admitted that Corporation will compels Petitioner to sell properties to Respondent No. 25. Ref: Para: 66 at Page: 31.

23/07/1988 Mr. Debbarata Bandopadhyay, Deputy Municipal Commissioner (Buildings) admitted in presence of Ld. Mr. S. K. Kapoor, Bar-at-Law that hearing is fixed mere a hoax for revoking the plans of Petitioner only. When he find nothing to revoke the Plans, he adjourned the hearing without fixing next date to restrain the constructional activities taking advantage of Order dated 21.06.1988 of Honble High Court. Ref: Para: 66 at Page: 31. 02/08/1988 / 25/11/1988 Mr. Shanti Lal Jain, Councilor, Respondent No. 19 Telephoned to Petitioner and conveyed the message of Shri Kamal Basu Mayor of Kolkata to sell the property to Respondent No. 25. Ref: Para: 66 at Page: 31. ANNEXURE-"A-22" at Page: 153

05/08/1988 File of Dispute Case No. 43/RCS/87-88 instead to hand over the appointed Arbitrator Mr. Arjun Mondal illegally delivered to another person Mr. N. Goswami, CDO, without having any appointment or authority to adjudicate the dispute. Ref: Para: 64 at Page: 31.

12/09/1988 Petitioners Letter to Shri Kamal Basu the then Mayor of Kolkata Municipal Corporation against illegal favour to Respondent No. 25. Ref: Para: 66 at Page: 31.

27/09/1988 Letter to Prof. S. Nurul Hasan the then Governor of West Bengal, Shri Jyoti Basu, the then Chief Minister of West Bengal and Shri Buddha Dev Bhattacharyya, the then Minister of West Bengal, with reference to claim of the to Respondent No. 25 that he has support from the powerful politician. Ref: Para: 66 at Page: 31.

04/10/1988 In the Appeal filed by Respondent No. 28 against Judgment of Honble Kolkata High Court Judgment dated 31. 3. 88 and after knew about the aforesaid advertisement dated 30.05.1988 Petitioner filed application for addition of Party which was granted by the Honble Court presided by G. N. Ray, J. as he then was. Upon pleading from Mr. P.K. Ray, Bar-at-Law on behalf of Petitioner Honble Court directed Respondent No.19 that hearing must be by 7th November 1988. Ref: Para: 66 at Page: 31.

October 1988 Petitioner filed Title Suit No. 138 and 139 of 1988 of Ld. 7th Court of Assistant District Judge, Alipore against Respondent No. 32 and her daughter for specific performance by execution of Sale Deeds in respect of Properties comprised in R. S. Plot No. 195 and 206. Ref: Para: 63 at Page: 30.

02/11/1988 After direction by Honble High Court fixing for decision as 7th November 1988, Respondent No. 19 issued Show Cause Notice upon Petitioner. Para: 66 at Page: 31. ANNEXURE "A-22" at Page: 154-155

03-25/11/1988 Mr. Alokesh Sen, Special Correspondent of The Statesman, taken Interview of Shri Kamal Basu, where he admitted that originally sanction of Three Buildings for Ten Stories in favour of Companies of Respondent No.25 were illegal. But at the later stage Two Buildings were legalised. This admission itself is evidence of Criminal Misconduct on the part of Shri Kamal Basu, as under the then prevailing law no building higher than 38.36 Meters could have been sanctioned in the respective area. Statesman not published the said interview as such Petitioner sent his letter by Regd. Post to Mr. Alokesh Sen. Ref: Para: 49 at Page: 24 ANNEXURE "A-17" at Page: 139.

07/11/1988 When hearing started it was transpired that Deputy Municipal Commissioner (Building) was already having with him written Order. But, when Petitioner attended the hearing along with Ld. Mr. S. K. Kapur, Bar-at-Law, together with written objection, Deputy Municipal Commissioner was forced to insert the objection in his order and as such sign his order only on 9th November though giving date of 7th November 1988 again Plans of the Petitioner were revoked on new but fake and completely flimsy grounds that property have no passage and that the sanction of the Plan were obtain excess than actual property. Ref: Para: 66 at Page: 31.

13/11/1988 Petitioner consulted his long time Lawyer Mr. B. C. Dutt, Advocate in the matter of order of revocation dated 7th November 1988. Ref: Para: 68 at Page: 33.

09/01/1989 Petitioner filed Writ Petition against revocation of Plan and Honble High Court appointed Special Officer to submit report, taking help from High Court Panel Surveyor. Ref: Para: 66 at Page: 31.

00/02/1989 Kolkata High Court after going through the Special Officers Report, Camera Photos and Map, directed to Respondent No. 19 to withdraw its revocation Order and permitted to Petitioner to make construction in accordance with the sanctioned plans. Ref: Para: 66 at Page: 32.

17/03/1989 When alleged Arbitrator refused to show file of Dispute Case to his Advocate, Petitioner applied for Certified Copy of the entire Order Sheet of Dispute case No. 43/RCS/87-88. Ref: Para: 67 at Page: 32.

28/03/1989 Protest Letter to renowned lawyer Ld. Mr. B. C. Dutt, Advocate, who appeared against Petitioner in the same matter in which he was already consulted on 13/03/1989 by Petitioner and paid consultation fees. Ref: Para: 68 at Page: 33. ANNEXURE-"A-23" at Page: 156.

31/03/1989 One Page of Balance Sheet for the year ending March 1989 showing the names of Directors of M/S. Martin Burn Limited including Respondent No. 25. Ref: Para: 13 at Page: 10. ANNEXURE-"A-2" at Page: 100-101.

06/05/1989 Dispute Case No. RCS-112-113/88-89 was filed against Petitioner. Most absurd thing was that on the day of filing of the Dispute Case Plaintiffs of Dispute Cases sought Injunction against Petitioner on the false claims that he (Petitioner) is avoiding service of the summons. Ref: Para: 69 at Page: 33.

16-18/06/1989 From one advertisement the relationship between Respondent No. 25 Mr. Kedar Nath Fatehpuria, Om Prakash Fatehpuria, Kailash Nath Fatehpuria and Bijoy Kumar Fatehpuria all directors of M/S. Martin Burn Limited. Ref: Para: 13 at Page: 10. ANNEXURE-"A-2" at Page: 100-101.

25/08/1989 Notice was published by Messers Pankaj Shroff & Co, Advocates, Calcutta-700 001 in The Telegraph with reference to one property purchased by Two Companies of Respondent No. 25. Ref: Para: 71 at Page: 33(34) . ANNEXURE "A-25" 160-170.

28/08/1989 Letter to Mr. N. Goswami, alleged Arbitrator in Dispute Case No.43/RCS/87-88, as under a hatched plot in presence of Respondent No. 30, Prabhu Dayal Sureka and several others, he insulted the Petitioner and threatened him out from the alleged Court Room. Without pre-plan there were no scope of presence of Mr. Prabhu Dayal Sureka. Ref: Para: 70 at Page: 33. ANNEXURE-"24" at Page: 157.

16/11/1989 Complaint letter by Petitioner to Appropriate Authority, Calcutta, Income Tax Department and other authorities in respect of concealment of money actually paid in the transactions, as well as complaint against use of the black money. Ref: Para: 71 at Page: 33(36). ANNEXURE: "A-25" at Page: 160-170

16/11/1989 Complaint before Income tax department against Respondent No.30 and 6 others, in consideration of their false claims that they have paid total Rs. 3,44,000/- (odd) to Petitioner against their actual payment of Rs.52,000/- (odd). Ref: Para: 72 at Page: 38. ANNEXURE-"26" at Page: 171-174.

11/12/1989 Letter to Respondent No.25 with reference to his threats that he "is in a position to use Shri Jyoti Basu, the then Chief Minister of West Bengal to harass the Petitioner". Ref: Para: 73 at Page: 38. ANNEXURE "A-27" at Page: 176-178

06/01/1990 Certified Copy of the Entire Order Sheet of the Dispute Case No. 43/RCS of 1987-88, was delivered after more than 9 months from application dated 17th March 1989. But, one correction without initial was appears as such same was returned back. Ref: Para: 74 at Page: 38. ANNEXURE A-"28" at Page: 179.

10/01/1990 Appeal were filed against alleged Award pronounced by Mr. N. Goswami, in Dispute Case No. 43/RCS of 1987-88 without any authority or appointment. Ref: Para: 75 at Page: 38.

17/01/1990 One Line Injunction Orders were passed against Petitioner in Dispute Case Nos. RCS-112-113/88-89, without assigning any reason or grounds. Ref: Para: 75 at Page: 38.

01/02/ 1990 Certified Copy of the Order Sheet of the Dispute Case No. 43/RCS of 1987-88, was re-supplied after putting initial with noting: "correction on verification of the records". Ref: Para: 74 at Page: 38. ANNEXURE A-"28" at Page : 180.

05/02/1990 In the Appeal filed against alleged Award pronounced by Mr. N. Goswami, in Dispute Case No. 43/RCS of 1987-88 records were called for. Ref: Para: 76 at Page: 39.

08-10/02/1990 Shri Kamal Basu, the then Mayor of Kolkata made statement "as long as Mr. Jyoti Basu was fit and holding the reins of powers, he would remain unchallenged". He further says that "Jyoti Basu may be target, but they cant challenge him". He made such statement when West Bengal CPI (M) Leader Mr. Biman Bose leveled charges with regards to newly constructed Market by M/S. Martin Burn Limited the Company of Respondent No. 25. Mr. Shanti Lal Jain, BJP Councilor issued Press Statement in favour of Mr. Basu showing his intimacy, as he also shown to Petitioner on 02/08/1988. Ref: Para: 44 at Page: 21. ANNEXURE "A-14" at Page: 134-136.

Between 02/02/1990 / 16/02/1990 After receipt of directions from Respondent No. 13, to send the records of the said Dispute Case No.43/RCS/87-88 and after going through the grounds of Appeal No. 3 of 1990, Mrs. Mira Pandey Respondent No. 12 and Mr. Mihir Ranjan Choudhury, ARCS, and group of Respondent No. 30 and its one Member Prabhu Dayal Sureka, forged 1st and 2nd page of the Order Sheet to insert the name of Mr. N. Goswami. Ref: Para: 76 at Page: 39. ANNEXURE A-"28" at Page: 181-184.

09/02/1990 Mrs. Mira Pandey, Respondent No.12, issued Unofficial Order No. 48 upon the State of West Bengal to issue Notification to takeover the management of the Cooperative Society of Petitioner to make ways for acquiring the property by Respondent No.25. Ref: Para: 78 at Page: 40.

14/02/1990 Registrar was informed about automatic cessession of Membership of the group of 7 Members / persons Letter under operation of the law w.e.f. 24th January 1987. Ref: Para:

16/02/1990 Dealing clerk for Certified copy of the Cooperation Directorate wanted back Certified Copy of entire Order Sheet of Dispute Case No. 43/RCS/87-88, re-supplied on 01/02/1990 to insert one order which according to him was inserted after supply of Certified copy under instructions from Mrs. Mira Pandey, Respondent No.25. Such request was not acceptable to Petitioner as such he placed such information in record by his letter dated 18-20th February 1990 to Mrs. Mira Pandy, by Regd. Post. Ref: Para: 77 at Page: 39.

17/02/1990 Without applying mind, but under abetment from aforesaid Unofficial Order No. 48 dated 9th February 1990 from Mrs. Mira Pandey, (based on arranged Award under criminal misconduct), State of West Bengal issued Notification No.673-Coop/A/8A-1/90, with sole object to arrange property in favour of Respondent No.25. Ref: Para: 78 at Page: 40. ANNEXURE A-"28" at Page: 185-186.

19/02/1990 After forgery of Order Sheet Memo Letter No. 1602 was send to Petitioner, falsely claiming that one order was omitted inadvertently at the time of supply of the Certified copy. Ref: Para: 79 at Page: 40. ANNEXURE-"28"at Page 187.

19/02/1990 Respondent No.30 got forged one slip with forgery of signature of Petitioner. Ref: Para: 72 at Page: 38. ANNEXURE-"26" at Page : 175.

23/02/1990 Income Tax Department, West Bengal, published Notification for GRAND AUCTION SALE of various properties. ANNEXURE-"25" Ref: Para: 71 at Page: 33(34).

09/03/1990 Letter from Shri Dilip Kumar Chakraborty, Ex. M. P., dated 9th March 1990 to Shri Bhakti Bhusan Mondal, Minister of Cooperation, West Bengal. Ref: Para: 80 at Page: 40. ANNEXURE "A-30" at Page: 190.

27/03/1990 Letter of Petitioner to Shri Bhakti Bhusan Mondal, Minister of Cooperation, West Bengal. Ref: Para: 80 at Page: 40-41. ANNEXURE "A-30" at Page: 191.

29/03/1990 Honble Mr. Justice Amulya Kumar Nandi of Kolkata High Court set-aside the injunction order passed against Petitioner by Ld. Mr. J. C. Moulick the then Munsif of 5th Court at Alipore, in Suit filed by Respondent No. 32 and her daughter. Ref: Para: 81 at Page: 41. ANNEXURE "A-29" at Page 188-189.

20/04/1990 Petitioner filed Application Under Section 340 of Cr. P. C. against forgery of Order Sheet in Dispute Case No. 43/RCS/87-88 which was registered as Misc. Case No. 3 of 1990 of West Bengal Cooperative Tribunal. Ref: Para: 82 at Page: 42.

25/04/1990 A joint meeting of Petitioner and Mr. A.N. Mazumdar, Dy. RCS, was called at the Chamber of West Bengal Minister Shri Bhakti Bhusan Mondal, which was started but blocked by Mr. Mazumdar giving some secret information. The absurd thing of the day was that after going back of Mr. Mazumdar Mr. Mondal refused to recognise the Petitioner, even to Mr. Dilip Chakraborty, Ex-M.P., and further refused that he had called any joint meeting. Ref: Para: 80 at Page: 40. ANNEXURE "A-30" at Page: 192-195.

07/05/1990 News was published against contract, based on some unholy arrangements given to Martin Burn Limited (Company belongs to Respondent No.25 and his relations) by Respondent No.19. ANNEXURE "A-13 & 14" Ref: Para: 43 & 44 at Page: 21.

13/07/1990 Letter to Respondent No.19, with copy to Shri Bhakti Bhusan Mondal, Minister of Cooperation, West Bengal suggesting him to resign in consideration of his mental health as were appeared on 25th April 1990, when he failed to recognise even Shri Dilip Chakraborty, Ex-M.P. Ref: Para: 80 & 83 at Page: 40 & 42. ANNEXURE "A-30" at Page : 192-195

25-26/07/1990 Four (4) Appeals were filed by Petitioner but registered as Unregistered Appeal Nos. 15, 16, 17, 18 all of 1990 before West Bengal Cooperative Tribunal for want of Certified Copies. Subsequently, all those appeals were dismissed on the flimsy grounds that Petitioner failed to file Certified Copies, which actually withheld by the Respondent No. 12 for long Period under Criminal Misconduct to got favour for the Respondent No. 25 through Respondent No.30. Ref: Para: 86 at Page: 44.

17/08/1990 Protest letter to Mr. P. K. Ray, Bar-at-Law, against his appearance in a matter well conversant to him by Petitioner together with one Letter form Mr. Debal Banerjee, Bar-at-law written by him some time in July 1986 after attempt to murder on Petitioner. Ref: Para: 84 at Page: 43. ANNEXURE "A-31" at Page: 196-197.

05/09/1990 2,000 Copies of 28 Pages Memorandum were send by Petitioner, published under heading "A MATTER OF THE CALCUTTA MAFIA and challenges to ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE" to different authorities including President of India, all Members of Parliament, all West Bengal M.L.A.s and all Kolkata Councilors and other various authorities. Ref: Para: 85 at Page: 43. ANNEXURE "A-36" at Page: 222-236.

06/09/1990 Once Allotment from the Chief Ministers Quota was received, Mr. A. K. Bhattacharyya, the then learned Member of Respondent No.13 started making comments against Petitioner. Ref: Para: 86 at Page: 44. ANNEXURE "A-32"at Page 198-200.

21/09/1990 News with reference to Memo Letter (MIC/Cop/301/29.8.90) marked "Confidential" sent by Shri Bhakti Bhusan Mondal, West Bengal Cooperative Minister to Chief Secretary Mr. T. C. Dutt to ask Ms. Mira Pandey, the then Registrar of Cooperative Societies, "may be asked to go on leave immediately" and upon question by newsmen Mr. Mondal replied contradictory replies like: (1) "I was sick and I might have signed the letter unknowingly; (2) possibly his signature may be forged (3) he will get enquired the matter. Ref: Para: 83 at Page: 42. ANNEXURE "A-30" at Page: 192-195.

03/11/1990 Unregistered Appeal No. 15 of 1990 was dismissed under embracement of the aforesaid Allotment in favour of the then member of Respondent No.13, on the flimsy grounds that Petitioner failed to file Certified copy of the impugned order under Appeal, though same was withheld by the Respondent No.12 under Criminal misconduct. Ref: Para: 86 at Page: 44. ANNEXURE "A-32" at Page : 201-202.

08/11/1990 Protest Letter to Mr. Milon Chandra Bhattacharjee, Advocate, the then Government Pleader against his criminal misconduct to influence and abet Advocate of Petitioner, in his presence, when he appeared in the said Misc. Case No. 3 of 1990. Ref: Para: 87 at Page: 44. ANNEXURE "A-33" at Page: 203-205.

17/11/1990 Memo Letter No. 10666/SC/PILC/90 from the Supreme Court of India with reference to Memorandum dated 5th September 1990. Ref: Para: 85 at Page: 43.

19/12/1990 Two News was published, as S.S. Ray, ex-Chief Minister of West Bengal demanded probe into assets of Basus family and Mr. Sudip Bandopadhyay, the then MLA alleged that Basu accepted kickbacks from builders. Ref: Para: 89 at Page: 46. ANNEXURE-"A-35" at Page: 219.

15/01/1991 Mr. A. K. Bhattacharjee, Member Respondent No.13, under his embracement as aforesaid dismissed Unregistered Appeal Nos. 17 and 18 of 1990 on the flimsy grounds that Petitioner failed to file Appeal within time. Ref: Para: 88 at Page: 45. ANNEXURE "A-34" at Page: 206-207.

18/01/1991 Under embracement of allotment of the property from Chief Ministers Quota just at the verge of Retirement, Misc. Case No.3 of 1990 filed against forgery of Order Sheet was dismissed with false recording that the applicant (Petitioner) and his Advocates were not present. Ref: Para: 88 at Page: 45. ANNEXURE "A-34" 208-209.

24/01/1991 Memo Letter No. 329 Coop/H/3P/2/83(1) acknowledging that with reference to said Memorandum dated 5th September 1990 received by Chief Minister of West Bengal. Ref: Para: 90 at Page: 46.

22/02/1991 Dr. Manash Bhunyan, M.L.A., (W.B.), fixed the date to raise the matter of atrocities suffered by Petitioner in West Bengal Assembly, but under some conspiracy he changed his plan and severe attempt to murder of the son of Petitioner was caused under Police Protection by staging a Truck accident. Ref: Para: 91 at Page: 46.

22/02/1991 First Information Report recorded by the Police giving wrong direction of the Truck accidence being arranged / staged to kill the son of Petitioner under a plot hatched by Respondent No. 25 and his associates. Ref: Para: 91 at Page: 46. ANNEXURE "A-36" at Page: 220-221.

26/03/1991 Under criminal connivance and misuse of Judicial Office, Ld. Mr. J. C. Moulick, the then Munsif, 5th Court, Alipore, ignoring 16 Rulings of different High Courts, referred in Writing by Petitioner, and the Principles Laid down by Supreme Court, passed injunction order against Petitioner to support blackmailing objects. Ref: Para: 92 & 93 at Page: 47 & 48. ANNEXURE "A-37" at Page: 237-238.

01/04/1991 Petitioner filed unregistered Appeal No. 4 and 5 of 1991 before West Bengal Cooperative Tribunal, but most surprisingly and under criminal connivance files of the aforesaid Appeals were missing or got stolen by Mr. Mihir Ranjan Choudhury, ARCS, Secretary of Tribunal, who was party in forgery of the aforesaid Order Sheet. Ref: Para: 94 at Page: 49.

10/04/1991 Letter to Mr. Mihir Ranjan Chowdhury, ARCS, earlier who received Dispute Case and subsequently join hands in forging of the Order Sheet. Ref: Para: 94 at Page: 49. ANNEXURE-"38" at Page: 239.

16/04/1991 Petitioner received a letter from his Advocate in respect of the judicial proceedings adopted by A. K. Bhattacharyya, the then learned Member of West Bengal Co-operative tribunal, in respect of the Appeal No. 32 of 1990 and Misc. case No. 1 of 1991, dismissing the same on flimsy grounds. Ref: Para: 88 & 95 at Page: 45 & 49. ANNEXURE "A-34" at Page 210- 218.

11/06/1991 Letter from Mrs. Ratna Bhattacharjee, Grand Daughter of Respondent No.32 confirming thereby connivance between members of said Mafiadom against Petitioner. Ref: Para: 96 at Page: 49.

19-20/06/1991 Protest Letter to Mrs. Maity Ghosh, Advocate against her threat to Petitioner. Ref: Para: 102 at Page: 53-54. ANNEXURE "A-43" at Page: 247.

05/07/1991 Letter to Learned Mr. N. K. Khaitan, Advocate of Respondent No.30, in the said Misc. Case No.3 of 1990, with reference to his involvement in various Criminal Misconduct including said false recording of 18th January 1991 in Order Sheet of Misc. Case No. 3 of 1990. Ref: Para: 102 at Page: 53-54. ANNEXURE "A-43" at Page: 248.

1991 Application for according sanction, jointly before the President of India and Honble Chief Justice of India, against Prabir Kumar Mazumdar and Shyamal Kumar Sen, JJ., as the then their Lordships were. Ref: Para: 100 at Page: 52.

12/09/1991 Letter jointly to Shri Har Kishan Singh Surjeet, General Secretary, CPI (M), Shri Som Nath Chatterjee, M.P., and Shri Biman Bose, West Bengal CPI (M) Leader. Ref: Para: 97 at Page: 51. ANNEXURE- "A-39" at Page:240- 243.

13/09/1991 One person claiming him as "Jagneswar Sinha from 9th Floor, Bomboo Villa, 168, A. C. Ch. Bose Rd., Cal-14" (Exclusive address of Income Tax Department) came to residence of Petitioner at about 2.00 P.M. with false claims that he had come from Income Tax Department, while subsequently it was transpired that he was from the Solicitors of Respondent No.25 to create a false affidavit of service to obtain Rule in Contempt Proceeding initiated against Petitioner. Ref: Para: 98 at Page: 51-52. ANNEXURE "A-40" at Page: 244.

18/09/1991 Letter dated 13/09/1991 from B. M. Bagaria & Co., Solicitors, posted only on 18/09/1991 in violation of direction of the Honble Kolkata High Court, in Contempt Proceeding initiated by Respondent No.25 against Petitioner, though before posting the said Letter Respondent No.25 obtained Rule nisi by filing false Affidavit of Service that Petitioner refused to receive service of Notice on 13th September 1991. Ref: Para: 99 at Page: 52.

21/01/1992 Shri Gouri Shankar Gupta, Advocate, released from his cases by Petitioner considering his Professional Criminal misconducts. Ref: Para: 102 at Page: 53-54. ANNEXURE "A-43" at Page: 249.

06/04/1992 Letter from Shri George Fernandes, the then M.P., and now Defence Minister of India, to the then Union Home Minister Shri S. B. Chavan, with reference to harassment of Petitioner caused by Respondent No.25. Ref: Para: 105 at Page: 55-56. ANNEXURE "A-46" at page: 260.

15/04/1992 Petitioner filed application Under Section 340 of Criminal Procedure Code against Respondent No.25 in the Contempt Proceeding, which was recorded as Misc. Case No. 1 of 1992 of Kolkata High Court. Ref: Para: 98 at Page: 52.

17/04/1992 Reply Letter from the then Union Home Minister Shri S. B. Chavan, to Shri George Fernandes, the then M.P. Ref: Para: 105 at Page: 55-56. ANNEXURE "A-46" at Page: 261.

23-29/05/1992 Title Suit No. 348 of 1987 was dismissed without hearing on merit whether the Deeds executed in favour of the Cooperative Society were without any consideration money or not or whether made under any fiduciary relationship or not. This was gross miscarriage of Justice to Petitioner. Ref: Para: 103 at Page: 54. ANNEXURE-"44"at page : 254-255.

03/06/1992 Application to the Chairman, Railway Board, for according Sanction against Railway personnel, responsible for illegal agreement between Railways and Respondent No.25. Ref: Para: 58 at Page: 28.

25/06/1992 Petitioner tendered his unconditional apology, withdrawing Application for according sanction against Mr. Prabir Mazumdar And Shyamal Kumar Sen, JJ. Ref: Para: 100 at Page: 53. ANNEXURE "A-41" at Page: 245.

19/09/1992 Complaints filed by Petitioner against learned Mr. Gouri Shankar Gupta, Advocate and Kishan Lal Bagaria Solicitors, and another complaint against Mr. Tapash Kumar Sarkar, Advocate were disposed off in illegal manner without any objection or hearing but by Resolution by the Bar Council of West Bengal, to save brethren Advocates. Ref: Para: 101 at Page: 53. ANNEXURE "A-42" at Page: 246.

26/10/1992 Letter to Mr. Jai Chand Lal Sethia, famous gambler of Kolkata and Partner of Shri Chandan Basu, against his threat to Petitioner. Ref: Para: 104 at Page: 54. ANNEXURE "A-45" at Page: 256.

30/10/1992 Letter to Shri Chandan Basu, son of Shri Jyoti Basu and others, with copies to Shri Jyoti Basu and others with reference to claim of Jai Chand Lal Sethia that he is partner of and working on behalf of Shri Chandan Basu against Petitioner. Ref: Para: 104 at Page: 54. ANNEXURE "A-45" at Page: 257-258.

21/11/1992 Letter to M. R. Choudhury, Advocate (Long Time Advocate of Petitioner) against his message to compromise with Respondent No.25, otherwise Respondent No.25 will spoil the life of Petitioner. Ref: Para: 102 at Page: 53-54. ANNEXURE "A-43" at page: 250-251.

03/12/1992 Reply Letter from M. R. Choudhury, Advocate with reference Petitioners letter dated 21st December 1992. Ref: Para: 102 at Page: 53-54. ANNEXURE "A-43" at Page: 252-253.

24/12/1992 Reply of Letter dated 30th October 1992 addressed to Shri Chandan Basu as aforesaid from Shri Jyoti Basu, through his confidential Assistant Mr. Jay Krishana Ghosh assuring thereby appropriate actions. Ref: Para: 104 at Page: 54. ANNEXURE "A-45" at Page: 259.

06/01/1993 Letter to Shri Jyoti Basu with reference to contacts between Petitioner and Shri S. K.Todi, which were destroyed when Mr. S. K. Todi become middlemen between unscrupulous promoters and Shri Jyoti Basu. Ref: Para: 106 at Page: 56. ANNEXURE-"47" at Page: 262-263.

05/04/1993 Letter to Dr. Manash Bhunya, M. L. A. Ref: Para: 107 at Page: 56.

05/04/1993 Letter to Shri Duli Chand Surana who claimed himself as agent of Shri Chandan Basu and West Bengal Minister Shri Subhas Chakraborty. Ref: Para: 110 at Page: 57. ANNEXURE-"50" at page: 270-271.

20/04/1993 Letter to Shri Jyoti Basu, the then Chief Minister of West Bengal against his open misuse of the Powers and abuse of authority to support blackmailing activities caused by Mafiadom of Respondent No.25 against Petitioner. Ref: Para: 110 at Page: 57. ANNEXURE-"50" at Page: 272 280.

23-30/04/1993 Letter from Mr. Dilip Ghosal, Inspector, Assessment Department, Respondent No.19. Ref: Para: 109 at Page: 57. ANNEXURE-"49" at page: 265.

03/06/1993 Letter to Mr. Dilip Ghosal, Inspector, Assessment Department, Respondent No.19, during visit his office he confessed before the Petitioner that Municipal Holding No. 161/N Binoba Bhave Road, in favour of Respondent No.28 was created on 14th November 1986 under instructions from Shri Jyoti Basu, the then Chief Minister of West Bengal. Copy of the letter was also sent to Shri Jyoti Basu. Ref: Para: 109 at Page: 57. ANNEXURE-"49" at Page: 266.

12/06/1993 Letter from Mr. Dilip Ghosal, Inspector, Assessment Department, Respondent No.19. Possibly this Letter was dictated by some Senior Officer having IAS rank from Writers Building. Letter was typed and posted from Writers Building Post Office under Registration Receipt No. 2954 dated 14th June 1993. The Writers Building was the Head Quarter of Shri Jyoti Basu, 10 Kilometer away from the Office of Mr. Dilip Ghosal. Ref: Para: 109 at Page: 57. ANNEXURE-"49" at page: 267.

14/06/1993 Envelop by which Letter dated 12th June 1993 was posted on 14th June 1993 on behalf of Mr. Dilip Ghosal, Inspector, Assessment Department, Respondent No.19, from Writers Building, Post Office. Ref: Para: 109 at Page: 57. ANNEXURE-"49" at Page: 268.

01/07/1993 Letter to Mr. Dilip Ghosal, Inspector, Assessment Department, Respondent No.19, asking him some clarification like why he send his Letter dated 12th June 1993 on 14th June 1983 from Writers Building in the Language like of an IAS or IPS Officer, whether he was on duty on 12th or 14th June 1993 at his Office. This Letter was never replied. Ref: Para: 109 at Page: 57. ANNEXURE-"49" at Page: 269.

08/07/1993 Application to Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, the then President of India, Under Section 19 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988, 197 of the Criminal Procedure Code, to prosecute Shri Jyoti Basu, the (then) Chief Minister of West Bengal, with copy to Shri Jyoti Basu, by Regd. Post at his residential address. Ref: Para: 110 at Page: 57. ANNEXURE-"50" at page : 281- 288.

24/07/1993 Petitioner negotiated with a Promoter for Joint Venture, who claimed that he do the same on approval from Shri Hashim Abdul Halim, Speaker of West Bengal Legislative Assembly. When said Promoter and Petitioner met with Shri Hashim Abdul Halim, he describing Fatehpurias and his relations Respondent No. 25 as Powerful and offered to mediate between Petitioner and Respondent No.25 through said Fatehpuria. Ref: Para: 108 at Page: 56. ANNEXURE "A-48" at Page: 264.

9-11/08/1993 Petitioner received one letter (sent under some arrangement and to demoralise him) dated 9th August 1993 from O.C. Murder Section, Detective Department, Kolkata Police Head Quarter, in which falsely ask to come to his office with relating papers to death of his alive son, as such Petitioner send strong protest Letter dated 11th August 1993 to the Secretary, Home (Police) Department, against further threat for death of son of Petitioner. Ref: Para: 111 at Page: 58. ANNEXURE-"51" at Page : 289.

1993 Thereafter men and agents of Respondent No. 25 and Shri Chandan Basu, Mr. Manik Chand Sethia, with the help of the anti-socials including one Umed Kumar Choraria and under Police protection, demolished Boundrywalls at the property of Petitioner. Ref: Para: 111 at Page: 58.

01/11/1993 Memo Letter No.406/3/93-AVD.IV from the Government of India, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Department of Personnel & Training in response to the said Application to President of India for according sanction to prosecute Shri Jyoti Basu. Ref: Para: 112 at Page: 58. ANNEXURE "A-52" at Page 290.

06/12/1993 Letter, Money Receipt dated 18.11.1993, and draft of Letter addressed to Governor of West Bengal forwarded by Respondent No. 23. Ref: Para: 115 at Page: 59. ANNEXURE "A-55" at Page : 293-301.

16/12/1993 Representation was sent to Governor of West Bengal, with copies to The Chief Minister of West Bengal, Chief Secretary to the Government of West Bengal, Director-General and Home Secretary of the Government of West Bengal, all by Registered Post as per draft forwarded by Ld. Mr. Gopal Subramanium, Senior Lawyer. Ref: Para: 115 at Page: 59. ANNEXURE "A-55" at Page : 293-301.

31/05/1994 Memo Letter No.11/3/94/PM PII/517988 from the Prime Ministers Office informing thereby that Revenue Secretary is directed for appropriate actions, but no such actions were surfaced till date. ANNEXURE "A-25" Ref: Para: 71 at Page: 33(36).

22/06/1994 Letter to Mr. Biman Bose, Member CPI(M) Central Committee informing thereby that the fundamental rights of the petitioner were infringed by "Mafiadom under the umbrella of Shri Jyoti Basu". Ref: Para: 134 at Page: 69. ANNEXURE- "A-64" at Page : 322.

24/06/1994 It was reported that during 1990 when Mr. Kedar Nath Fatehpuria, along with Mr. C. K. Jain, Solicitors sitting in the Chamber of Ld. Mr.Bhasker Sen, Bar-at-Law conveyed him that "this man (Petitioner) is not of such kind of person who can be allowed to sit in your chamber". Ref: Para: 114 at Page: 59. ANNEXURE-"53" at Page 291.

03/10/1994 Mr. Kedar Nath Fatehpuria used anti-socials to get vacate a large property namely called as Alexandra Buildings, situated at Jawahar Lal Nehru Road, Kolkata, a prime property, hurling Bombs upon the residents. Even after repeated calls Police from Bhawanipore Police Station not turned up. One resident, conveyed the terrible situation to Mr. Arun Bhagat, the then Director of Respondent No. 7. Mr. Arun Bhagat telephoned Mr. Manish Gupta, the then Home Secretary about the same. Thereafter under his instructions the Lal Bazar H. Q. of Kolkata Police arrested Mr. Fatehpuria, but in the midnight W. B. Minister Matish Ray personally come to Bhawanipore Police Station and arranged his Bail from a Criminal Case registered under Non-Bail-able sections. Subsequently Officer-in-Charge of the Police Station was made scapegoat for illegal release of Mr. Fatehpuria. The story was stated by the person, who himself telephoned to Mr. Arun Bhagat, and he also informed that subsequently Mr. Manish Gupta was working for settlement between Mr. Fatehpuria and the residents. In considerations of such informations Petitioner send his protest letter To Mr. Manish Gupta the then Home secretary. News about arrest of Mr. Fatehpuria and reaching of Minister at Police Station were published in Newspaper. Ref: Para: 116 at Page: 60. ANNEXURE : 53 at Page 291.

15/11/1994 News with heading "BASU ACCUSED OF MISAPPROPRIATION", in English Daily from Kolkata namely Amrita Bazaar Patrika was published. Ref: Para: 117 at Page: 61. ANNEXURE "A-54" at Page: 292.

21/01/1995 First Information Report to Officer-in-Charge, Golabari Police Station, against goods of Rs.67,960/- stolen by one anti-social Pawan Kumar Jaiswal from the Flat of Petitioner at 9th Floor, at 45, Moulana Abdul Kalam Azad Road, Howrah-711001, who were acted as agent of Respondent No.25 and Manik Chand Sethia. Ref: Para: 117 at Page: 61.

21/01/1995 Letter to the then Union Home Secretary Shri K. Padmanabhaiyya, against threats to Lives and liberties of Petitioner. Ref: Para: 117 at Page: 61.

24/01/1995 Letter to Mr. Manish Gupta, the then Home Secretary of West Bengal. Ref: Para: 117 at Page: 61.

03/03/1995 Petitioner forwarded his Model of a New Civil Procedure Code, which he invented in 1983 to A. M. Ahmadi, CJ, as the then His Lordship was by Regd. Post. Ref: Para: 129 at Page: 66.

27/03/1995 Letter from Shri S. P. Boral, Jt. Secretary to the Government of West Bengal to the District Magistrate, Howrah, as Mafia Leader arranged dispossession of Petitioner with the help of local criminals, from a small flat of one Room, at 9th Floor, 45, Moulana Abdul kalam Azad Road, Howrah-711001, which he purchased under agreement. In spite of direction from Union Home Secretary Police took no action. Ref: Para: 121 at Page: 62. ANNEXURE-"A-56" at Page: 302.

06/04/1995 Letter No. MP/AJ/1120/95 from Shri Rasha Singh Rawat, M. P., to Shri P.V. Narsimha Rao, the then Prime Minister. Ref: Para: 119 at Page: 62.

08/04/1995 Letter to District Magistrate Howrah against Criminal activities conducted against the Petitioner. Ref: Para: 121 at Page: 62. ANNEXURE-"A-56" at page: 303-304.

17/04/1995 Letter to Respondent No. 23. Similar Letter was posted about 100 Senior Lawyers of Supreme Court. Ref: Para: 120 at Page: 62. ANNEXURE "A-55" at Page : 293-301.

19/04/1995 Letter to Shri Har Kishan Singh Surjeet, General Secretary, of Communist Party of India (Marxist) against misrule of Shri Jyoti Basu in favour of Mafiadom. Ref: Para: 122 at Page: 63. ANNEXURE-"57" at Page: 305-308.

08/05/1995 Reply Letter from Respondent No.23, questioning thereby the morality of Petitioner, while earlier he prepared Draft of Letter. But, under influence or otherwise he declined to get prepared and move the Writ Petition on behalf of Petitioner. Ref: Para: 120 at Page: 62. ANNEXURE "A-55" at Page : 293-301.

15-21/05/1995 Some time in April 1995 Ms. Mamta Banerjee, M. P. given the matter of Petitioner to Special Correspondent of the Bengali Daily Newspaper Baratman. Said Reporter sat 4 days with the Petitioner to study the matter and after preparation of News send it to his Newspaper at Kolkata to publish the story. But when Petitioner was expecting the News relates to his matter, interviews of Mr. Fatehpuria was published. Said Special Correspondent informed Petitioner that his Newspaper conveyed him not to deal with the matter further. However, he got published the matter in Bengali weekly Coalfield Times with reference to atrocities suffered by Petitioner and his family members. News was published with Photo of Shri Jyoti Basu and his son Chandan Basu. Ref: Para: 118 at Page: 61.

17/05/1995 Strong Protest Letter to Respondent No. 23. Ref: Para: 120 at Page: 62. ANNEXURE "A-55" at Page : 293-301.

23/05/1995 Letter from Respondent No. 23, admitting thereby "As far as the merit your matter is concerned I am prima facie satisfied that there is a cause of action at least to file a Writ Petition under Article 32 of the Constitution of India for appropriate reliefs". Instead of admitting his mistake in questioning the moral standard he ask Petitioner to tender apology for no fault. Ref: Para: 120 at Page: 62. ANNEXURE "A-55" at Page : 293-301.

09/08/1995 Petitioner filed Writ Petition (Civil) No.559/95 based on Vohra Committee Report, with prayers to direct Election Commission to ask for disclosure of certain Informations by the candidates for Parliament or Legislatures. Ref: Para: 123 at Page: 63. 29/08/1995 Writ Petition (Civil) No.559/95 was dismissed. Ref: Para: 123 at Page: 63. ANNEXURE "A-58" at Page : 309.

02-03/11/1995 The Statesman published a story in its two issues under heading "CMC gifts 50 cottas to promoter", and "Promoter pays politicians, Govt. staff to get project going" with reference to Respondent No.25. Ref: Para: 124 at Page: 64. ANNEXURE- "A-59" at Page: 312-313.

01/12/1995 Petitioner filed another Writ Petition (Civil) No. D-18372/95 with object to restore his earlier Civil Writ Petition No. 559/95, after knew about admission of another Writ Petition on the same issue based on Vohra Committee Report. Ref: Para: 123 at Page: 63.

04/12/1995 Letter of learned Mr. Rajiv Dhawan Senior Lawyer, who conveyed "Many thanks for your letter, which combines juristic concern with the intensity of one having suffered personal atrocity". Ref: Para: 125 at Page: 65. ANNEXURE-"A-60" at Page: 314.

06/12/1995 Petitioner filed Public Interest Litigation being Writ Petition (Criminal) No.3/96. Ref: Para: 126 at Page: 65.

19/01/1996 As per observations forwarded by Honble Mr. Justice G. N. Ray, as he then was Petitioner, withdrawn Writ Petition (Criminal) No.3/96 to file a fresh Writ Petition. Ref: Para:126 at Page: 65. ANNEXURE "A-61" at page: 315.

29/01/1996 Writ Petition (Civil) No. D-18372/95 was disposed off. Ref: Para: 123 at Page: 64. ANNEXURE "A-58" at page: 310.

07/02/1996 Petitioner filed a Public Interest Litigation being Writ Petition (Civil) No. 151/96, in which he submit his Model of new Civil Procedure Code along with other suggestions. Ref: Para: 127 at Page: 66.

11/03/1996 Writ Petition (Civil) D-2595/96 was dismissed. Ref:Para:123 at Page: 64. ANNEXURE "A-58" at Page: 311.

20/03/1996 Petitioner filed a Petition before the Respondent No. 21. After receipt of this Petition and using the Format of Affidavit suggested by Petitioner, under paragraph 9 of the Petition Respondent No. 21 issued a Notification in August 1996. But, ignoring the facts on record, Election Commissioner Mr. Krishna Murthy claimed that he innovated such affidavit. When Petitioner sends him protest Letter against his such false claims he not replied. Ref: Para: 130 at Page: 67.

29/03/1996 Writ Petition (Civil) No. 151/96 was disposed off, transferring the Writ Petition before Honble Chief Justice of India Administrative Side. Ref: Para: 128 at Page: 66. ANNEXURE "A-62" at Page : 316

15/05/1996 Petitioner filed Writ Petition (Civil) Nos. D-8304/96 and D-8305/96. Ref: Para: 131 at Page: 67.

21/05/1996 Petitioner filed Writ Petition (Criminal) No. 8495/96. Ref: Para: 132 at Page: 68.

06/06/1996 Petitioner send a letter to Respondent No. 22, by Regd. Post as per observations made by Mr. A. M. Ahmadi, CJ, of India as he then was and forwarded the New Model of Civil Procedure Code innovated by him. Ref: Para: 128 at Page: 66. ANNEXURE "A-62" at Page : 317

05/08/1996 Writ Petition (Civil) No. D-8304/96 was dismissed. Ref: Para: 133 at Page: 68. ANNEXURE "A-63" at Page: 318.

05/08/1996 Writ Petition (Criminal) No. 8495/96 was dismissed based on Office Report. Ref: Para: 133 at Page: 68. ANNEXURE "A-63" at Page : 319-321.

05/08/1996 Writ Petition (Civil) No. D-8305/96 was withdrawn. Ref: Para: 133 at Page: 68.

09/08/1996 Indian Express published lead News under heading "I cant break politics-crime-nexus, says Indrajit". Shri Indrajit was the then Union Home Minister. Ref: Para: 137 at Page: 70. ANNEXURE "A-66" at Page: 329.

17/10/1996 Letter to Shri Har Kishan Singh Surjeet and other CPI(M) Leaders to persuade to Shri Jyoti Basu to hand over the matter relates to his Nexus with Respondent No. 25 to Respondent No. 7 for enquiry. Ref: Para: 134 at Page: 69. ANNEXURE- "A-64" at Page : 323-324.

21/10/1996 Petitioner send letter to Mr. Bhure Lal, the then secretary Respondent No. 6. Ref: Para: 135 at Page: 69. ANNEXURE "A-65" at page : 325.

06/11/1996 Letter No. Secy/Com/96 on behalf of Shri Bhure Lal, Secretary, Respondent No. 6 calling Petitioner. Ref: Para: 135 at Page: 69. ANNEXURE-"65" at page : 326.

16/12/1996 Petitioner met with Shri Bhure Lal, the then Secretary, Respondent No. 6, and after going through more than 50 documents Mr. Bhure Lal called his one of the sub-ordinate Mr. Vishwapavan Pati, and dictated order for appropriate action in the respective matter. But, thereafter no action was taken for the reasons best known to Commission. Ref: Para: 135 at Page: 69. ANNEXURE-"65" at Page: 327-328.

20/02/1997 One Mr. Samar Nag Managing Director of M/S. Shelter Properties Developers P.Ltd. of BA-2, Sector-I, Salt Lake City, Kolkata published Advertisement in such a way as if was published by an Advocate by stating as "My clients" but name of Advocate was missing from the entire advertisement. The Name of alleged seller of the property was referred as Respondent No. 28. The detail of the properties was referred were belonged to Petitioner. At the last of the advertisement one Telephone number was referred for contact, which was contact number of Mr. Manik Chand Sethia. After enquiry it was reported that said Company is Benami Company belongs to Mr. Chandan Basu, son of Shri Jyoti Basu. Under influence from Shri Jyoti Basu, Company though then having its authorised capital just of Rs. 50 Lacs, gets Loans of Rs. 50 Lacs from Life Insurance Corporation and Rs.300 Lacs (Rs.3 Crores) from Pearless Abasan Finance Ltd., in severe violations of Reserve Bank Guidelines. Ref: Para: 136 at Page: 69.

03/03/1997 Petitioner once again requested for security. The Home Ministry forwarded this Letter to Delhi Police, which conducted the enquiry, but security was not provided. Ref: Para: 137 at Page: 70. ANNEXURE-"66" at Page: 330-331.

18/09/1998 News published in the Hindustan Tiems under heading "China punishes 5,000 judges, prosecutors in eught months". ANNEXURE-"69" Ref: Para: 148 at Page: 74.

27/08/1999-27/11/1999 Office of Petitioner was demolished by one anti-social Chandan Bose alias Baman Bose, who was agent of said Manik Chand Sethia and stolen goods, Books and Papers lying in more than Ten Boxes and one Almirah. Petitioner lodged First Information Report, by Registered post to Respondent No. 17 but Police took no action. Ref: Para: 138 at Page: 70. ANNEXURE-"67" at Page: 332.

17/02/2001 Manik Chand Sethia (a Member of Mafiadom controlled by Respondent No. 25 and front man of Shri Chandan Basu) informed one Shri Mina Lal Bhansali, that he had spent about Rs.8,00,000/- to get the property of Petitioner. Ref: Para: 139 at Page: 70. ANNEXURE "A-68" at Page: 333.

22/10/2002 Writ Petition (Civil) filed vide filing Diary No. 17454/2002 was refused to received to its Registration as a Writ Petition Under Order XVIII Rule 5 of Supreme Court Rules, 1966 (inserted in 1997) Ref: Para: 148 at Page: 74. ANNEXURE "A-69" at Page 334-335.

09/09/2003 Letter to Honble President of India Dr. A. P. J. Kalam, and Honble Chief Justice of India Mr. Visheshwar Nath Khare. Ref: Para: 156 at Page: 78. ANNEXURE "A-70" at Page : 336-338.

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