Why Yogi government is running away from providing information concerning the action taken against corrupt judges ipso facto obvious

 

Registration Number DPLAW/R/2021/60107

Name Yogi M P Singh

Date of Filing 04/10/2021

Status REQUEST TRANSFERRED TO OTHER PUBLIC AUTHORITY as on 04/10/2021

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Registration Number DPCNF/R/2021/80009

Name Yogi M P Singh

Date of Filing 04/10/2021

Status REQUEST TRANSFERRED TO OTHER PUBLIC AUTHORITY as on 15/12/2021

Details of Public Autority :- Law Department.

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Registration Number DPLAW/R/2021/80049

Name Yogi M P Singh

Date of Filing 15/12/2021

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Registration Number DPAPT/R/2021/80060

Name Yogi M P Singh

Date of Filing 17/12/2021

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Public Authority Details :-

   

* Public Authority Appointment Department

   

Personal Details of RTI Applicant:-

Registration Number DPAPT/R/2021/80060

Date of Filing 17/12/2021

* Name Yogi M P Singh

Gender Male

* Address Mohalla Surekapuram , Lakshmi Narayan Baikunth Mahadev Mandir, Jabalpur Road

Pincode 231001

Country India

State Uttar Pradesh

Status Details not provided

Educational Status Literate

  Above Graduate

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Mobile Number +91-7379105911

Email-ID myogimpsingh[at]gmail[dot]com

Request Details :-

Citizenship Indian

* Is the Applicant Below Poverty Line ? No

((Description of Information sought (upto 500 characters) )

* Description of Information Sought Corruption has a direct impact on the validity of human rights, largely because of two reasons. On one side, corruption deprives societies of important resources that could be used for basic needs, such as public health, education, infrastructure, or security. On the other hand, corruption has direct damaging consequences in general on the functioning of state institutions, and in particular on the administration of justice. Corruption decreases public trust in justice and weakens the capacity of judicial systems to guarantee the protection of human rights, and it affects the tasks and duties of the judges, prosecutors, lawyers, and other legal professionals. By seeking impunity, corruption has a devastating effect on the judicial system as a whole. One of the goals of human rights is to fight corruption and its implications on the administration of justice, as is to act against corruption through an independent and strong administration of justice. 

PIO may provide the following information to the information seeker point wise as sought. 

1-Department of justice may provide the initiatives of the government of Uttar Pradesh undertaken by it to overcome the growing corruption in the state judiciary as law order can not be maintained through a derailed judiciary in the state for the last five years. 

2-Please provide the statistics of the government of taking action against the wrongdoer judicial members against whom action taken by the Government of Uttar Pradesh on the complaints of allegations of corruption of the last five years. 

3-Please provide the name name and designation of judicial members against whom the government of Uttar Pradesh took action in the last five years on the complaints of allegations of corruption. 

4-Please provide the statistics of the complaints of allegations of corruption received against the judicial members in the state and how many of them entertained and how many of them culminated into action against the corrupt judicial members for the last five years in the state of Uttar Pradesh.

* Concerned PIO soniyukti4

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  1. Corruption has a direct impact on the validity of human rights, largely because of two reasons. On one side, corruption deprives societies of important resources that could be used for basic needs, such as public health, education, infrastructure, or security. On the other hand, corruption has direct damaging consequences in general on the functioning of state institutions, and in particular on the administration of justice. Corruption decreases public trust in justice and weakens the capacity of judicial systems to guarantee the protection of human rights, and it affects the tasks and duties of the judges, prosecutors, lawyers, and other legal professionals. By seeking impunity, corruption has a devastating effect on the judicial system as a whole. One of the goals of human rights is to fight corruption and its implications on the administration of justice, as is to act against corruption through an independent and strong administration of justice.

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