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Why ACB Acting As Postman In Corruption Case ? Not Doing Preliminary Enquiry On Complaints

 





Mumbai:The Anti Corruption Bureau Mumbai acting as postman and transfer corruption complaints to parent department . Is Civil authorities have right to register FIR? The ACB has to see that offence is cognizable or not as per SC Lalita Kumari order. As per amended PC act 1988 there is no restriction to register FIR. ACB can do preliminary inquiry as the corrupt employee has not protection under section 17A . It is not part of his duty to do corruption. 

An RTI activist Kamlakar Shenoy got information about corruption cases transferred to other civil department without any provision of law. Police cannot transfer any complaint to civil authority where a request of FIR is made out. Police can only reject complaint as no offence made out or issue NC to bring permission of court. 



Date; 1.5.23

189-184-178/ DG-ACB/almost every officer in ACB is committing

 offence u/s 166(a)(b) IPC/ 4500 crores fraud ACB folder and file

To,

Addl CP, ACB Mumbai unit

Cc

1.      DG-ACB

2.      Addl DG-ACB

3.      Chief secretary

4.      Addl Chief secretary

 

Sub: agenda of the subject to be discussed in meeting dt. 2.5.23 at 4 pm

Reg: working of ACB department which demolished the importance of mandatory provisions of CRPC and destroys the spirit and purpose of prosecution.

1.       I am alert senior citizen aged 65 years, working with several other alert citizens for better working and to provide better working conditions to the officers of ACB depat.  Our intention to meet your office is to educate the junior officers and motivate them to work honestly and to discharge their duty diligently.

 

2.       We feel there is need of interaction between the alert citizens and investigating officers along with Senior most officers to have better co-ordination between citizens and police officers. Hence, request the presence of young officers during the meeting. 

 

3.       The following issued shall be discussed ( not to find faults ) to enable your department to work more efficiently amongst others 

 

i.                     Forwarding of complaints disclosing cognizable offence to HPC and other departments.

ii.                   Violation of section 154, 156(2) 157 CRPC by not registering FIR in IPC offences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

iii.                Chart of complaints forwarded by ACB ( refer chart E & J)

Year

Total complaints forwarded

MHADA

SRA/ HPC/ GRC

BMC

ANY OTHER DEPT

2016

671

35

40

180

416

2017

2279

45

137

760

1337

2018

1974

47

108

565 (6)

1254 (6)

2019

1808

53 (5)

158 (1)

433 (43)

10581 (40)

2020

1112

34

63

349 (22)

666 (9)

2021

1846

112

90

646 (51)

998 (11)

2022

1914

116 (5)

98

665 (47)

1035 (05)

TOTAL

11604 ( 246)

442

694 (1)

3598 (169) 

16287 (71) REPLIED

 

a.       Present status of the 11604 complaints forwarded

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

iv.                 Chart disclosing complaint received, forwarded, discreet and open enquiries

Year

Complaint received

Chart D

Complaint forwarded

Chart E

Discreet enquiries Chart F

Present status of discreet enquiry

Open enquiry

( F)

Present status of open enquiry

FIR reg.

 

(H)

Undisposed complaints

Diff

2015

 

 

132

1

12

0

Not given

 

 

2016

949

671

60

2

43

8

 

278

+60

2017

3343

2279

79

3

15

8

 

1064

-81

2018

2869

1974

50

4

8

3

 

895

+50

2019

2608

1808

29

2

63

50

 

800

+ 29

2020

1713

1112

19

2

26

22

 

1672

+1090

2021

3466

1846

14

8

79

69

 

1620

+14

2022

3978

1914

14

13

32

32

 

2064

+14

Total

18926

11604

397

35

278

192

 

8393

+1468

 

a.       Present status of 397 discreet 278 Open enquiries and copies of intimation of outcome of enquiry sent to complainant

b.      Present status of 35discreet + 192 open enquiries

c.       Status of 8393 complaints not forwarded to other departments

d.      CRPC section to carry out enquires for months and years.

e.      Total FIR registered in this period.

 

v.                   SOP to be followed by ACB from receipt of complaint till the registration of FIR or the complainant is informed that no offence is disclosed.

 

vi.                 SOP followed after the complaints are forwarded to other department along with copy of reminders sent to other departments.

 

vii.                Sections and provision of law relied upon to seek advice and opinion form other departments of the accused before registration of FIR.

 

viii.              SOP to be followed when complaints are received against

i.                     Officers of rank up to ACP

ii.                   Officers of the rank up to Addl CP

iii.                  Officers of rank above Addl CP

iv.                 Three levels of submission for taking final decision on complaints against above officers Regulation 9(2) delay in discharge of duty act 2005.

 

ix.                 depriving the complainant their fundamental right to prosecute the public servant by

 

i.                     not registering FIR in IPC offences (refer section 156(2) CRPC). Section 154, 156(2), 157 CRPC and Lalitkumar judgement, GOI circular 5.2.14

ii.                   indefinitely waiting for sanction even after lapse of the stipulated period and SC judgements in SubramaniumSwamy v/s ManMohan Singh and Vineet Jain v/s state of UP that if no reply is received in 90 days it shall be termed as deemed sanction.

 

x.                   For not maintaining complaint register as per GR 17.6.2016 and consequential action as mentioned in the GR.( copy Attached)

With regards


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